Thursday, May 30, 2013

Racist, Lying, Affirmative Action Columnist Mary Sanchez Just Wants You to Know That She Hates Jason Richwine (Not That She’s Ever Read or Listened to Him!)

By Nicholas Stix

This is the America of 2012: Moronic, lying, lazy scum like Mary Sanchez are wield influence, get paid loads of money, and routinely get journalism awards, while our most brilliant people, like Jason Richwine get fired, whitelisted, shunned, and must try and find a way to keep a roof over the heads and feed their wives and little children.

[Link to the Heritage study, for which Richwine crunched the numbers.

Previously, on Mary Sanchez at WEJB/NSU:

“Racist, KC Star DNC Propagandist Mary Sanchez Brags That American Whites’ Days are Numbered, While Calling on Them to Embrace Their Own Destruction, and Failing to Explain Who Will Pay the Bill for Her New, Non-White Nation, or: Die, Whitey, Die, Version MMMDLIX.”]

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Conservativism needs to purge eugenics obsession
By Mary Sanchez
May 14, 2013 12:00 am
Muscatine Journal
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Jason Richwine is a type in American politics.

[What the heck is that lede supposed to mean?]

He holds a doctorate from Harvard. He writes studies, appears at conservative conferences in suit and tie, and expounds the same old nonsense about immigrants that we've been hearing since the Know Nothings had their last hurrah.

[Oh. So there are all these morons with Harvard doctorates “expound[ing] the same old nonsense…”? Like who?]

Sure, his work is perfumed with the air of scholarly respectability, but his eugenics-based beliefs bear more than a whiff of white supremacism. [N.S.: Liar.]

Remarkably — or maybe not so remarkably — that was no bar to getting a perch as a senior policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation, one of the nation's most influential think tanks.

One of his learned opinions is that Hispanics are genetically [lie; he never said that, even though it’s true] inferior intellectually and will never fully assimilate into U.S. society.

Yes, you read that right.

If you're unfamiliar with Richwine, he garnered notice as co-author of a study Heritage published recently in hopes of defeating immigration reform legislation in Congress. The paper argues, unconvincingly [Liar], that changing current immigration law will cost the United States trillions of dollars. [Make that 6.3 trillion, though Rector and Richwine’s estimate was extremely conservative. The likely cost will be over $20 trillion.]

Having read Richwine's report, a curious blogger at the Washington Post looked up his other work and discovered his 2009 Ph.D. dissertation. In it, the young scholar argued that IQ should be the means used to select immigrants, observing by the way that there are too many intellectually inferior Hispanics already in the country.

The resulting furor pretty well torpedoed Heritage's messaging on the Senate immigration proposals, and on Friday Richwine announced his resignation.

It would be difficult to convey the offensiveness of Richwine's dissertation, titled "I.Q. and Immigration Policy," better than by quoting a few choice lines.

"No one knows whether Hispanics will ever reach I.Q. parity with whites, but the prediction that new Hispanic immigrants will have low-I.Q. children and grandchildren is difficult to argue against," Richwine wrote. "From the perspective of Americans alive today, the low average I.Q. of Hispanics is effectively permanent."

A Heritage had this to say about the dissertation: "This is not a work product of The Heritage Foundation. Its findings in no way reflect the positions of The Heritage Foundation. Nor do the findings affect the conclusions of our study on the cost of amnesty to the U.S. taxpayer."

That statement may be sincere, or it may be no more credible than the think tank's report on the cost of amnesty. That study tried to argue that giving them legal status would wind up costing $6.3 trillion over 50 years. It's a regurgitation of an old Heritage study, also long debunked [Liar] for ratcheting up projected costs while ignoring economic benefits.

In fact, Republicans from Rep. Paul Ryan and Sen. Marco Rubio to Grover Norquist — hardly a softie — have decried the Heritage study as deeply flawed. [What are the flaws? They never read it, either!] It's pathetic scholarship [Liar], which is to say the same fine stuff Heritage is known for. Heritage must have been familiar with Richwine's dissertation when it hired him. In any case, his toxic views fit right in with a vein of sentiment — I hesitate to call it thought — that has informed much of the conservative movement since "The Bell Curve," by Charles Murray and Richard Herrnstein. [If only!]

In his dissertation [Which Sanchez never read.], Richwine dredged up the old pseudo-science of eugenics. [Liar.] That's the same baseless theories about racial and ethnic superiority that have caused nations to embrace selective sterilization, slavery, apartheid and worse.

It's dangerous stuff, and Richwine knows it.

He counseled using euphemisms like "skill-based" when proposing which immigrants should be welcomed via IQ tests, to "blunt the negative reaction."

Negative reaction, Jason? To the proposals of a guy who feels permitted [English, please] to warn that more Latinos — sorry, low-I.Q. immigrants — will lead to "more underclass behavior, less social trust." That's code for criminals and degenerates. [It’s not code at all.] For some reason, I'm thinking of those old Thomas Nast cartoons of apelike Irish immigrants.

Richwine is offensive, but he's also wrong. [No, he isn’t.]

Hispanics are assimilating at the same rates as previous immigrant groups [Liar], in some ways even faster [Liar] due to technology. (Note: This column is written in English, by the daughter of an immigrant from Mexico.)

Immigrants have lower rates of criminal conduct than native-born people. [What study? What immigrants? This statement is so vague that I don’t even know if she’s lying.] And a new study shows that Hispanic high school graduates have now overtaken white students in rates of enrollment into college. [Liar.]

And it's long been noted that immigrants have exceptionally high rates of entrepreneurship in starting small businesses. [No; that’s a lie that has been endlessly repeated.]

Unfortunately, it's not difficult to get some people to believe that they are somehow "better" than whole ethnic groups not that different from them. [Not that different?] And that any social policy that might impact another person's well-being will "take" something from them. [Especially when it’s true.]

But set aside the prejudiced hatreds being stoked. [Says the revanchist reconquista!]

Richwine and his ilk on the right also argue against something that Americans hold dear. And that's the very promise of this country. He's attempting to undercut the lofty ideals of opportunity enshrined at the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty.

"Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore ..."

[Gimme a break.]

A very powerful faction among our nation's so-called conservative movement wants to scribble in, "Just don't let them be Hispanic." [the so-called conservative movement does nothing but Hispander.] They have forgotten where we came from. All of us. [Mexico?]

Mary Sanchez is an opinion-page columnist for The Kansas City Star. Readers may write to her at: Kansas City Star, 1729 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, Mo. 64108-1413, or via e-mail at


Anonymous said...

Seriously, why even bother fighting the gutter scum like Sanchez anymore?

Let's all pull a mass John Galt and let the lefties collapse in on themselves.

Where I live now is no longer America in any way, there's no point in fighting about it; it won't change what the tsunami of human waste that's rolled in, and they aren't leaving anytime soon, especially with all the handouts every agency under the sun is tripping over themselves to hand out to them.

Crying about it is a bad joke, the tears just add to the misery of this nightmare.

I think back to that old TV commercial when I was a kid with the Indian crying looking at all the trash along the road. If that same Indian could see my town now he would break down in violent hysterics and need IV tranquilizers.

I am high tailing it out of this hellhole. I am off to an area with less appeal to the third world hordes where life is hard and the climate is brutal, any state with the lowest welfare benefits.

It wasn't what the lefties did to Richwine that pissed me off, it's to be expected from that lot of the scum of the earth. I was beyond outraged how many on the right seemed not only content to see Richwine thrown under the bus, they couldn't rush fast enough to help in the process.

Thank you for sticking up for the good man.

The IRS crimes, the Bengazi crimes, the AP crimes, and the Sebelius treachery are nothing compared to the big story of what was done to Jason Richwine and what it means for the future.

The storm clouds have covered the sky, funnel clouds are forming all over. This is going to get ugly.

Anonymous said...

People like this just make it up as they go along, don't they?

David In TN

Anonymous said...

Well, now I know why the Chicago Tribune's Spanish-language "HOY!" birdcage liner was continuously publishing her anti-gun MEGA-RANTS in the last few months. Nothing but your standard news-media-issued Latina-Communist.