Part four of an imaginary interview with the newly appointed president of the College. Note this is just for your information and amusement. Any connection to a real college president is strictly coincidental.
|University administration building during a calmer time|
As president I have to balance the sometimes conflicting paths we could follow. The law is not always enough. One must understand the history and intention of the law as part of a moral system. I will continue to remind people of the moral path that is right for our people and the College.
Divinely inspired text may contain the answers to all earthly questions, but the Due Process Clause most assuredly does not. The Court today continuesits quixotic quest to right all wrongs and repair all imperfections through the Constitution. Alas, the quest cannot succeed--which is why some wrongs and imperfections have been called nonjusticiable. (Legalize for: not appropriate or proper for judicial consideration or resolution.)
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