Kagan also signed a law school professors' amicus brief that argued the Solomon Amendment abridged free speech rights, which the U.S. Supreme Court soundly rejected 8-0 in 2006.
In 2007, Kagan delivered a speech at West Point. She told cadets she was "in awe of your courage and dedication" -- proof, say supporters, that she supports the military.
That's big of her. She backed a policy that marginalized men and women carrying out a law that was enacted by her old boss, President Clinton, and remains in force under the Obama administration. The law school picked on people in no position to fight back.
She was a bully in an ivory tower, and she didn't even know it.