Cronk: Mirror Universe Supreme Court (Christian Legal Society v. Martinez)

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How would things have looked in a mirror universe where the Supreme Court ruled the other way in Christian Legal Society v. Martinez?

My article today on The Cronk of Higher Education explores how things might have been different. Here’s a preview:

In a groundbreaking decision this week, the United States Supreme Court has ruled that nondiscrimination policies at American public universities are unconstitutional.

In a 5-4 decision for a case named Christian Legal Society v. Martinez, the court ruled in favor of the Christian student group, arguing that Hastings College of Law was violating students’ freedom of expression when it refused to recognize the group for its discrimination against “gay” and non-Christian students.

Yeah, that’s right. I used mocking quotes for “gay.”

The funny part about this satirical article is how little I had to invent.

Check it out for yourself over at the Cronk.

(Click here to see past articles I’ve written for the Cronk.)

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