I know this will just create more controversy, but I have an exam to study for and not enough time to write out another diatribe explaining how I find fault with the actual study.
Anyone can call me an unpolished, naive young college student disillusioned by his lack of real-world experience. But can you say the same for National Review columnist Jonah Goldberg? I'm sure every liberal reading will prematurely say "YES" but just wait. Goldberg follows in the footsteps of great conservative intellectual William F Buckley Jr. as editor of the National Review.
And regarding the aforementioned Berkeley study the San Francisco Gate states, "At the National Review Online, columnist Jonah Goldberg termed the research "more bogus than a $6 Rolex."
Now if you will excuse me, I have some studying to do. Look forward to a full examination of the ORIGINAL study which will be forthcoming.
P.S. - all personal beliefs and politics aside, when the San Francisco Gate refers to the article with "Getting in touch with the Mussolini inside: A trip inside the conservative mind is a perilous journey indeed" you can rest assured that the findings pleased their liberal appetites.