March 16, 2010
Christian Legal Society v. Martinez
The so-called Christian Legal Society once again is promoting discrimination against non-Christians and gays and wanting those being discriminated against to actually pay them for the priviledge of being discriminated against. That’s right. They want to have state recognition and be allowed the funding and privileges that go with state recognition in a public university. Then say only those who practice their faith may actively participate in the organization. All others may come in and watch as they spend the dispossessed funds.
All students must pay tuition that goes toward providing funding for resident student organizations (RSOs). The Christian Legal Society, joined by 22 other evangelical groups, the Boys Scouts, and several state Attorneys General, then want to spend that public funding that the schools says is reserved for only those groups that do not discriminate.