Certainly not that of the Wall Street Journal columnists.
First, in Bret Stephens’ Dancing in the Nuclear Dark, a bit of alt-pop-culture:
Where do federal government reports go once they’ve been published and (lightly) chewed over by second-tier officials, congressional staffers and think-tank wonks? I picture them being packed into crates and stored in some vast warehouse, like the Ark of the Covenant in the last scene of “Indiana Jones.”
The film’s name was Raiders of the Lost Ark.
At the bottom of the page, Fay Vincent offers Ten Tips for New Executives which includes:
Be sure to manage down. Spend time with the lower-level employees in your company and try to be decent to all of them. A polite greeting to the elevator operator, a thanks to the mail delivery person and a kind word to the assistants will be appreciated.[Emphasis added]
The elevator operator? Might as well have guided people to be kind to the stenographers and the milkman.
The New York Observer sez:
IT’S WELL KNOWN AMONG THE SMALL WORLD of people who pay attention to such things that the liberal-leaning reporters at The Wall Street Journal resent the conservative-leaning editorial page of The Wall Street Journal.
Apparently, the fact checkers hate them, too.
(Link to the Observer piece courtesy of the Ace of Spades HQ sidebar.)