Tuesday, June 24, 2003

Major Issues Before the Supreme Court is an understatement. More on tap throughout the week. So far, they've already said that the ends justify the means in allowing a fundamentally discriminatory policy to stand at the University of Michigan Law School. Just because the outcome is desirable, doesn't make the way that outcome was achieved Constitutional. Apparently, the Equal Protection Clause isn't as important as making sure the right amount of the "right kind of people" graduate from school. It's not fair and it's an example of pandering and coddling.

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