Rand M. wrote:Look for places that have either a very active Federalist Society, or a very active American Constituion Society. The more active one of those are, the more you can know about the students (and to a certain extent faculty) at a given school.
While it is true that you should be primarily thinking about which schools is best for your goals, there is nothing wrong with considering the environment you'll be learning in. However, over the past couple of decades, most schools schools have smartened up and now have faculty of all political stripes. It really is better that way. Just my .02.
I definitely responded to the OP, but I get the sentiment. I really have no idea why some people's lives are so bad that they waste everyone's time. Yes, it is an internet forum, and it's not really all that important. But that is all the more reason why these lame attempts to get people to laugh are pathetic. I'm sure though, that many posters will continue to waste everyone's time and their own energy. That's just the way it goes.