already posted here.
Not really. The article you cite is from the San Fran Comical, and takes a liberal slant - suggesting that the Scouts were arguing they deserved a "subsidy." As the article that I posted notes, what was at issue, instead, is whether Berkeley can treat the Scouts UNEQUALLY -- WITH DISCRIMINATION -- because Berkeley doesn't like their traditional viewpoint.
This isn't about a "Right to a subsidy" -- as the Chronicle implies -- its' about a right EQUAL TREATMENT, and a right to NOT BE DISCRIMINATED AGAINST BECAUSE OF ONE'S CONSTITUTIONALLY PROTECTED VIEWPOINTS.