Tuesday, October 29, 2013

There's always money in stupidity

One need never worry about "merit" in the right-wing (nepotism, need not be mentioned thank you very much), for having the temerity to be a mean-spirited idiot apparently comes with the security of perpetual employment somewhere.
Jason Richwine, who parted ways with the Heritage Foundation over his research arguing Hispanics are intellectually inferior to whites, has quietly begun writing semi-regularly for the flagship conservative publication National Review.
"Let's give a gig to the guy too bigoted for the Heritage Foundation!" I believe he inherited the John Derbyshire endowned Chair.

Meanwhile, Ward Churchill is probably still looking for a job.

[cross-posted at Firedoglake]


StonyPillow said...

Richwine was let go before the takeover. He'd be right at home at the new Heritage Foundation.

Anonymous said...

The guy who maintains that 2 and 2 equals 5 always has a big budget and a Fox News PR campaign to back him up.

The guy who maintains that 2 and 2 equals 4 can safely be ignored as being just another one of them pointy-headed intellectuals who think they're so smart.

pansypoo said...

but liberals have magical thinking.