Dear Mr. Chapman,
You never fail to incense me every Wednesday, but it's become entertaining – akin to watching monkeys at the zoo. Do you not think the fact that, in three years, you have encountered the kind of "liberal bias" that occurred recently only twice is some indication that maybe the problem isn't as rampant as you suggest? Maybe then your article, as usual, had little point, but ignoring this, you also had several incorrect statements.
The Lovenstein Institute does, at least as an entity, exist, and is as stated on their Web site a "think tank;" it's most likely only a Web site meant for satire and not something to be taken seriously, much like the joke your professor made. That's the point of humor you see: not to be taken seriously.
Further, you state that one's IQ has nothing to do with running the country, and name Nixon, Carter and Clinton as your "worst presidents in this country's history." You know, I really wish Jimmy Carter had been a war-mongering and selfish president too, because then maybe we could have gotten this whole "other countries having power" thing out of the way a lot earlier, and George would be following in a long and respected line of Truman-like bomb-droppers.
Finally, you embarrass yourself by calling the kind of education we receive "poor quality." If you don't like it you should leave, and then we wouldn't have to read your unnecessary and inflammatory articles every week.