"The secular community looks to one source: the state."
This is a very broad and very general statement that has no basis in fact. Not every secular person or non-believer is by default a supporter of the state. Shapiro outright stated "It isn't to argue, either, that they don't vote Republican; many of them do." The secular and the non-religious are a very broad, very diverse group of people who don't often agree on everything. Shapiro presents no evidence that secular-minded people are more statist. And Christianity doesn't by default make someone capitalist either. It's a false comparison and an asinine one at that.