California: Boy Scouts Experience the Joy of Discriminatory “Nondiscrimination” Policies

Starting in 2016, judges in California will be forced to hang up their scoutmaster hats or lose their jobs writes Benny Huang:

In 2000, the Supreme Court upheld the right of the Boy Scouts, and every private club, not to be forced by government to accept members that it doesn’t want. Liberals didn’t like that decision and have spent the ensuing fifteen years trying to formulate alternative strategies to pressure the Boy Scouts to change, all the while pretending that they respect the right of the Boy Scouts as a private organization to freely associate. Which they don’t. They merely lost their case in the highest court and had to resort to plan B—ostracizing.

Their newest tactic is to tell judges what they’re allowed to do when off the clock. Oh no! A judge might be teaching youth the importance of trustworthiness, courtesy, and thrift, to name just three of the Scouts’ values.

… Organizations that remain in liberals’ good graces are given a pass to discriminate as they see fit.

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