JackNWNJ saidNo court has any business hearing this case to begin with.
At best, it's a case for civil court.
The student made her views known, as did the university. Leave it at that.
You guys are funny. You agree with the judges, because they ruled a certain way. If they had ruled in her favor, you'd be spitting nails.
discrimination shouldn't be tolerated regardless of ur religious views. Like they said keep it to urself. Basic human rights override freedom of speech.
That wasn't the argument made by the university (that Keeton was violating anyone's civil rights).
The accreditation process is also a problem. It results in a top-down state-imposed political point of view.
You may like this now, but what happens when a court decides to rule on your
point of view?
In the ideal white Liberal world, that would be common - they may as well set up an Inquisition now.