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Public Intellectual’s Dream World

When so-called public intellectuals leave the lecture hall to comment on the world outside their podium, they display a disconnect to the world the rest of us live in. A trio of these sages shared their advice for the president with Julie Mason [1] of The Washington Examiner:

Perhaps these worthies may have missed:

The former Alaska governor may have gotten the best line on this one. She explained that she jotted down notes for a speech on her hand because, “It’s kind of a poor man’s teleprompter,” a none-too-subtle jibe at the chief executive’s seemingly constant companion.

Accuracy in Media [5] and Michelle Malkin [6] have more information on all of the above and more at their respective web sites. Malkin won the Reed Irvine award for investigative journalism that AIM bestows annually, named after the media watchdog’s founder.

Malcolm A. Kline is the Executive Director of Accuracy in Academia [7].