George W. Bush Appointed at Least 11, Fellow, Skull & Bones Members to Government Positions

See also the list of Bush’s Skull and Bonesman government appointees, published in Vanity Fair, July 2004 issue

From: Oil Empire, September 30, 2004. Election a ‘win-win situation’ for secretive Bonesmen, By Kris Millegan

Both major presidential candidates [John Kerry and George W. Bush] are members of a small secret society at Yale University – the Order of Skull & Bones. On different Sunday mornings, “Meet the Press” anchor Tim Russert asked George Walker Bush and John Forbes Kerry if they could talk about their memberships in this 172-year-old clandestine club.

Tossed off with nervous laughter, their answers were, “It’s so secret that I can’t talk about it,” and, “Not much, because it’s a secret.”

Should citizens be concerned about this unwillingness to discuss an elite organization? …

Three Bonesmen have occupied the Oval Office: William Howard Taft (who also served as chief justice of the Supreme Court), George Herbert Walker Bush, and his son. Members have included more than 20 U.S. senators, three U.S. Supreme Court justices and myriad lesser officials. …

George W. Bush has appointed 11 fellow Bonesmen to government jobs: Evan Griffith Galbraith, adviser to the U.S. mission to NATO; William Henry Donaldson, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission; George Herbert Walker III, U.S. ambassador to Hungary; Jack Edwin McGregor, member of the advisory board of the St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corp.; Victor Henderson Ashe, member of the board of directors of the Federal National Mortgage Association; Roy Leslie Austin, U.S. ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago; Robert Davis McCallum Jr., associate attorney general; Rex Cowdry, associate director of the White House’s National Economic Council; Edward McNally Sr., associate counsel to the president and general counsel to the Office of Homeland Security; David Batshaw Wiseman, an attorney in the Justice Department’s Civil Division; and James Emanuel Boasberg, an associate judge on the Superior Court of the District of Columbia.

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Related: Fleshing Out Skull & Bones — Investigations into America’s Most Powerful Secret Society

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