Gone around the Corner

On one part of the Corner, Mark Hemingway reasonably warns about confusing correlation with causation. On another part of the corner, Andy McCarthy doesn’t even bother with correlation:

Preliminary indications are that the youth vote (ages 18-29) was way up: an increase of somewhere over 2.2 million (maybe way over) from 2004 (a year in which it was very high), and as much as 13% over 2000. The Left’s dominance of the academy is now having a material impact on electoral politics. As we think about the future of conservatism, we ignore that at our peril.