this is becoming like a conversation about firearms - it depends solely on whose hands they're in.
It's more about a lack or morality. When a corporation puts profit above all other considerations, whether at the direction of their stock holders or by management or both, morality has been vanquished. The same goes for government, when self-interest (staying in office or social programs like Social Seccurity) trumps public good, then morality goes by the way side.
It is not unconstitutional to teach religion in our schools, it is unconstitutional for religion and government to join together to as an overseer of the public. Unfortunately the courts have decided to ignore the writings of our founding fathers on this subject and had decided that government, at any level, can't even mention the word religion. Without some form of morality, which religion provides, taught in our schools our nation is quickly becoming a land of inmorality, as without morality to form self-restraint, there is no consciense, collective or otherwise, to answer to.
Both Corporations and Governments have gotten into the mentality that they are a better purveyor of the public welfare than the individual, the corporations through economic factors, such as stock dividends, products, and employment; while the government approaches it through socialistic programs for the benefit of all at the expense of the individual's rights. As such we see both joining in lock step to suppress the people's will in order to better provide their concepts of public good.