Liberal professor

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A liberal professor is one known for promoting his liberal ideology rather than academic excellence. Many liberal professors share one or more of the following characteristics:

  • they were never approved by peer review that is customary for the position of "professor"
  • they exaggerate or outright lie about their credentials, research or background
  • they received an appointment due to affirmative action rather than merit
  • they received an appointment due to an unusual gift of the professorship for his benefit
  • they have never written or achieved anything of scholarly value
  • they use their position to claim expertise in areas beyond their training