I've been saying, ever since Ann Althouse's insane ebola post, that she is now a conspiracy theory nutcase.
But The Atlantic is also reminding me that's not a hinderance to career success for white people:
White people don't care about being right - or doing wrong.
They just want their way.
And their way is to control the narrative.
Notice, Bill O'Reilly is totally wrong, but he - not someone who knows what he's talking about - gets to be the big shot on TV.
Ann Althouse's ebola scaremongering?
It's just brought her closer to the neanderthals.
She doesn't care how it looks - or is.
Few whites do, because ethics and intelligence aren't respected.
That's why a quack, like Dr. Oz, still has a TV show - but a well-respected doctor can't and doesn't.
America's a nation of snake oil salesmen, relying on a shitty education system to ply their trade.
What did Ann's fellow blogging law professor, Glenn Reynolds, say?
The best thing about being a law professor is they get to just say shit, without caring if it's correct.
Those two must teach the most fascinating classes,...