Briefly, if you read Sharon Weinberger's Do Pentagon Studs Make You Want to Bite Your Fist? last week, you may be interested in the following:
This post could have been titled, "Those whom the gods wish to destroy, they first make mad." ...
McFate has apparently learned enough from her gender and sexuality courses in anthropology -- and let me stop to thank Yale University once again for unleashing this little darling onto the world -- to know how to turn them inside out. Indeed, I myself often "joke" with students that, "If you want to learn the arts of dictatorship, repression, and control, you can find all the answers in anthropology, especially in the more radical courses."
And this from friend Marc Tyrrell, Of joking relationships:
I do agree with Max in that I seriously doubt anything on the I LUV A MAN IN A UNIFORM! blog should be taken with any more than a grain of salt. It is an ongoing joke. But, having talked with her, I seriously doubt that it is a either about "laughing all the way to the bank" or "get[ting] fired". Having had her scholarship attacked as "shoddy", and being accused of being a spy both for the military and corporations, I would suggest that she is certainly under a large amount of pressure not only from the Pentagon but, also, from her fellow Anthropologists (and with friends like this, who needs enemies?).
That's it. Read 'em yourself.