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Wednesday, November 13, 2002
The Joy of Reynolds
"...I don't think the American academy is in a position to offer much moral leadership nowadays, on the war or anything else," writes Glenn Reynolds.
This may suprise some people but I agree with Reynolds. The academy has gone too far! I even hear that there is a Professor of Law at The University of Tennessee who believes "“Those who take anti-American stances should realize that there's a price to pay," does not know the difference between a correlation and a causal link, who hopes Saudi Arabia's government will soon "fall to factions sympathetic to Al Qaeda" because that will provide a better justification for taking over Saudia Arabia, who believes harassing people who comment on “arab sites” is a “Bugs Bunny-like prank”, who wants to humiliate the Islamic world and who just has some basic problems with logic.
In other words, for entertainment in the accident kind of way you should go to instapundit.com.