Tag Archives: Christian Legal Society v. Martinez

Zack’s #AskAnAtheist Twitter Campaign

Here are my humorous responses to the “Ask an Atheist” questions I welcomed on Twitter this past Wednesday.

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Do You Hate Atheists, Too? Join an Atheist Student Group!

I go through a little process when I write blog posts. Usually, I start by finding some ridiculous bullshit that someone’s spouting, then I decide whether or not it’s even worth my time. If it is, then I have to find a way to 1) make fun of the idiot without sounding unprofessional, 2) denounce […]

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

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 […]

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Queer and Queerer Ep. 13 – The Right To Discriminate and Allies Gone Wild

Zack and Peterson are back this week to talk about the Supreme Court ruling in Christian Legal Society v. Martinez and the good-intentioned but not always effective efforts of allies. Zack outlines the details of the case and the importance of nondiscrimination policies in higher education and highlights, in particular the dissent in the case. […]

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Supreme Court Upholds University Nondiscrimination Statement

When I first wrote about the case of the Christian Legal Society at the University of California’s Hastings College of Law, I offered that here was an issue that related to LGBT rights, religion, and higher education, so it was a quintessential topic for my blog. I followed up in April when the case, Christian […]

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Christian Students Demanding Freedom to Discriminate from Supreme Court

Today, oral arguments began in Christian Legal Society v. Martinez, the case in which a student group at the University of California’s Hastings College of Law is suing for the right to be recognized as a student group (with access to campus resources) and to be able to discriminate based on their religious beliefs (meaning […]

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An LGBT/Religion/Higher Ed Issue? I Can’t Not Weigh In

This matter is already getting a lot of coverage. It’s been in the Advocate, the Washington Post, and the New York Times. John thought it was worth mentioning on AMERICAblog, but was not very critical in challenging the premise. Meanwhile, Alex was rightly quick to criticize on Bilerico, drawing parallels with the previous case involving […]

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