Andrew Schlafly (and about a gazillion other people) have their profiles up on NNDB.com, which is all well and fine – although they really need to work on their criteria for inclusion… unless “spawn of Mother Schlafly” counts as noteworthy.
What is fun, however, is that it’s grouped together a bunch of people who have worked on the Harvard Law Review over the years. It’s hardly a full list of everybody involved in the HLR since 1887, but the 39 names listed there make for some impressive reading… well, nearly all of them.
In the list, we have:
- 1 President (Obama),
- 5 US Supreme Court Judges (and 4 other judges),
- 1 Secretary of State,
- 1 Homeland Security Czar,
- 1 Solicitor General,
- 1 Deputy Attorney General,
- 1 White House Counsel,
- CNN’s Senior Legal Analyst,
- 2 University Presidents (Rice & Utah),
- President of the ACLU
- 3 CEOs
- and a bunch of law firm partners.
And then we get Andrew Schlafly… “Conservapedia founder”. This man has two degrees from two top universities (paid for by Mummy) and that is the best he has to offer? His Mummy must be so proud.