Although I did enjoy reading your thoughts about the Federalist Society, I feel compelled to make note of some errors in your writings.
I am both an Elk and a Shriner. Elks do not have any form of headwear, be it funny hats, antlers, or otherwise. Nor do Elks have a secret handshake. Shriners do wear funny headwear, though they are fezzes and do not qualify as hats, due to the lack of a brim. Shriners do have secret handshakes, as do Masons (of course all Shriners are Masons, but not all Masons are Shriners), as well as a plethora of other secret things, none of which I may divulge.p>Frankly, I’d recommend that you guys over at the Federalist Society give thought to something secret; maybe a secret wink or nod, or even a special grimace, such as that which Durbin will undoubtedly have once John Roberts is confirmed. br> — L. Bryan Williams /p> p> The liberal mindset never ceases to amaze me. Membership in the relatively benign Federalist Society is a serious “threat” to our freedoms, but somehow membership in the very activist, anti-Christian ACLU is a plus! Recall we were told by the mainstream media that the “Promise Keepers,” a male organization formed to give men mutual support and encouragement in meeting their responsibilities to society, were a “threat” at the same time that Hillary and the whole rest of the world’s radical feminists met in Red China to devise ways to extract more OUT of society. Give me a break! br> — Gordon Paravano