Monday, November 22, 2010

Supreme Court Rules Against Diversity

"By a 5-4 ruling, in Christian Legal Society v. Martinez, the court decided in late June that if a Christian group wants to be recognized at an American university, it does not have the right to restrict its membership or leadership to practicing Christians" — ‘Diversity’ run amok.

Isn't a certain amount of exclusivity a necessary component of diversity? This is the type of ruling one might expect from a SCOTUS without a single Protestant member. No diversity when it comes to the majority who made the country.

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