Brothers Judd cites an editorial about Solicitor General Elena Kagan’s opposition to military recruiters while she Dean of Harvard Law School. What gets missed by the author and even by Judd is that it wasn’t the military who decided on the policy for which Kagan punished them. It was decided by Congress. If Kagan had had the courage of her convictions, she would have banned Congressional money and staffers, not the USA military, from Harvard. But that would have been inconvenient for her, so she took out her pique on a target that couldn’t fight back and had no control over the issue. It’s the same as if she would expel a graduate student for doing immoral research as directed by his professor, while keeping the professor on because he’s a Name. Yeah, that sounds plausible.