From 250 Ed. Law Rep. 497,
Finally, recognizing “the government generally need not subsidize the exercise of constitutional rights,” Moloch argues that universities may require student organizations to admit those who disagree as a condition of receiving benefits.
The citations are to my Freedom of Expressive Association and Government Subsidies, 58 Stan. L. Rev. 1919 (2006) — but not, I think, because my arguments are seen as tantamount to demands for “the propitiatory sacrifice of children by their own parents,” as calls for “appalling sacrifice,” or as the work of a literal or figurative “spiny … lizard.” Rather, it seems to be an artifact of something I noticed some years ago: The Word spell-checker proposes that Volokh be changed to Moloch.