California State University bans Christian clubs, calls them "discriminatory"  The Left’s war on organized religion is continuing, especially on the nation’s college and university campuses, those bastions of “tolerance” that are actually becoming zones of speech control. In particular, Christians are becoming an endangered species, especially on California campuses where more and more exchange students from other cultures and religions are attending. As reported by The College Fix: When Cal Poly Sal Luis Obispo hosts its annual Open House this April, during which campus clubs typically greet and recruit prospective visiting students, one longtime mainstay at the university will be conspicuously absent: Cru. The Christian club will not be allowed to set up a table and pass out fliers, or meet and greet guests. It’s the same at Chico State, where Cru will not be allowed to showcase itself during the school’s annual fall recruitment drive. They’ve also been forbidden from hanging up posters in freshman dorms. Apparently, the First Amendment’s freedom of religion clause means nothing to student and university leadership at these institutions. FULL REPORT