It's such a self-evident fact that all races are interchangeable that there's no need to rebut Richwine's methodology or logic.
Any idea or person that goes against leftist ideology is automatically "racist," and therefore universally regarded as bad. And stupid. Here are a few examples:
Here's Charles Johnson's Little Green Footballs
on Richwine's refusal to apologize for his heresy:
Of course he doesn’t apologize; that’s the standard posture when right wing racists are exposed. They always double down and insist they were just “telling un-PC truths.”
And check out columnist Mary Sanchez
, who condemns Richwine for "toxic views" and "pathetic scholarship" that are clearly "offensive and wrong." Then she tosses this "fact" into the bonfire:
Immigrants have lower rates of criminal conduct than native-born people. And a new study shows that Hispanic high school graduates have now overtaken white students in rates of enrollment into college.
So, it's "offensive and wrong" to state that Whites have a higher IQ than Hispanics, but there's nothing wrong with asserting that immigrants make better citizens and scholars than native-born Americans. Viva la Raza superior!
But this statement signed by minority and leftist student groups at Harvard
is so full of righteous outrage, it sounds like a satire of political correctness:
"We condemn in unequivocal terms these racist claims as unfit for Harvard Kennedy
School and Harvard University as a whole. Granting permission for such a dissertation
to be published debases all of our degrees and hurts the University’s reputation."
See? Just lob that "racist" label at something or someone, and they're automatically beyond discussion. No counter-argument needed. The Harvard fatwa, by the way, was signed by 24 groups, including all the usual suspects, such as the Latino Caucus and the Progressive Caucus. But it also brought together the LGBTQ Caucus and Arab Caucus, as well as both the Israel and Palestine Caucuses. And people accused Richwine of being devisive!