The Federalist Society

Showcase Panel III : Are Constitutional Changes Necessary to Limit Government?

Engage Volume 8, Issue 2, May 2007

May 3, 2007

Frank H. Easterbrook, William N. Eskridge, Jr., Daniel H. Lowenstein, Richard D. Parker, David B. Sentelle

Dean Reuter: Good morning, and welcome to the third day of the Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention. This is, I don’t mind telling you since you’re here, the single best day of the Convention. Now, I know what you’re thinking; if you were here yesterday, I announced that yesterday. But I was only kidding then. And of course, when I said that yesterday, I had no idea how long the metal detector line would be to see the Vice President. So, this off ers me an opportunity to issue an official Federalist Society apology for that  inconvenience. We were very excited to have the Vice President as our guest at the Convention, but we were just as troubled and distressed by the complications as you. So, we are sorry for that. All that having been said, today is the best day of the convention, so I’m glad you’re here....

2006 NLC Showcase Panel III  

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