Is there no better icon than Machiavelli? He's important, but maybe a more general icon is available, such as a capitol dome, a crown, or a staff?--Patrickneil 18:12, 29 November 2006 (UTC)
New image 
No better alternative? I chose a picture that was a square, so the template wouldn't be so large. If you choose another image, please make it one that is either a square or a horizontal rectangle. The choice of Leviathan is fine, but its dimensions didn't work well for a stub template. -Justin (koavf)❤T☮C☺M☯ 02:08, 25 March 2008 (UTC)
Webster Quimley Society 
This is a whimsical group existing in name only, lazily and hazily devoted to anti-extremism. It came into nominal existence in 1964 -- the year Republican Presidential nominee Barry Morris Goldwater proclaimed in his convention acceptance speech at the Cow Palace in San Francisco:
"I would remind you that extremism is the defense of liberty is no vice! And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue."
The Webster Quimley Society is best known for its supposed membership button. The proposed button on the extreme left is made of redwood. On the extreme right -- birchwood. In the middle -- oak!
The group name is thought to be taken from an Oakdale, Stanislaus County, California resident -- Clarence Webster Quimley. While his personal politics were unknown, he is honored pseudonymously for the circumstances of his death.
While driving in traffic he sustained a fatal heart attack. He did not swerve left. He did not swerve right. He brought his car to a safe stop squarely in the middle of the road.
This whimsical group was the brainchild of a journalism professor. He is supposed to be Dixon Lewis Gayer, Sr. of Huntington Beach, California.