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The University of California-Davis had a document called The Principles of Community. In this document, religious discrimination was defined as:
“The loss of power and privilege to those who do not practice the dominant culture’s religion. In the United States, this is institutionalized oppressions toward those who are not Christian.”
According to the Constitution of the United States of America:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;
The courts of course have generally recognized "Congress" to mean any government entity. What is most ironic is that most of these court cases have been brought by liberals from the same mold as those at UC Davis to prevent anyone and everyone form putting a manger in front of Smalltown City Hall.
It is not my intention to discus the policy because it is obviously absurd.
No my question is; why is it that we are allowing college campuses to become havens for liberals to be free of Constitutional constraints?
For decades now US college campuses have inhibited free speech, by conservatives.
They have been tolerant of any aberrant lifestyle imaginable but don't go out of their way to support the students who choose to live a healthy, straight lifestyle with a wife and children.
Right to peaceful assembly is selectively enforced. On one of the Grand Rapids area campuses, one you would consider fairly conservative by national standards, a conservative group was not allowed to have a bake sale because they were critical of homosexuality. Do you think the campus chapter of the LBGT was denied this access?
Right to redress of grievances. College campuses are structured to where liberal groups have much more success at appealing decisions than conservatives.
Now we have thrown out religious freedom.
So the question again. Why is this being tolerated? Why is it that college administrations can ignore the constitutional rights of it's students like this? They are a governmental entity. They are funded by our tax dollars. Wouldn't you think they would be required to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America?