The Rev. Casey dunsworth

serves as Associate Campus Pastor to the Belfry, the Lutheran-Episcopal Campus Ministry to UC Davis

and as Program Director for LEVN, the Lutheran Episcopal Volunteer Network.

Apparently, social justice is just socialism.

I take great pride in my alma mater, California Lutheran University. Being a CLU student was one of the best things that ever happened to me. At CLU, I found a community committed to that which I was committed -- love of neighbor, social justice, economic justice, ecumenical and interreligious dialogue, higher education, among many many other things. Hilariously, the article I am about to link to was written by another CLU alum, who feels a bit differently about a few of those things. Read it and laugh.

Is CLU heading too far to the Left?

Seriously, though -- if I was going to write a parody about what conservatives think about social justice, I couldn't even write something this good. It's comedic gold. My favorite part is the end, where he writes, "All the warning signs are there. Economic Justice. Social Justice. Sanctuary. CLU is entering the waters of the loony Left, and seems to be trying very hard to be the religious equivalent of Berkeley." Hilariously enough, I went to CLU, and now I live in Berkeley. No wonder I love both so much. I had no idea that my socialism was a product of being a CLU student. 

Bahahahaha the internet is a beautiful place for crazy people [I don't exclude myself in this] to get to say whatever they want about whatever they want. Eric Ingemunson, you are hilarious.

What Would Casey Do?

We'll take it from here.