Great article in Radar that checks in on the career consequences for four pundits who were terribly wrong about the war in Iraq and four that were right. The Iraq Gamble [NB: Adult language] illustrates the topsy-turvy way that the world of pundits works. Those who were dead wrong are ubiquitous in the media as foreign policy experts and raking in the money. Those who were right toil away in relative obscurity and poverty. The “right but poor” profiles include LRC columnist William Lind.
[Thanks Justin Raimondo]1:55 am on January 17, 2007 Email Stephen W. Carson