Matthew Yglesias Is a Bad Writer, a Bad Thinker, and a Rather Bad Person

Exhibit A. Exhibit B. And last, but not least, exhibit C, which links to a piece I wrote about Yglesias's genuinely awful writing and ratiocination skills. I see that nothing has changed in the nearly three years between the writing of my piece and today. In addition to noting that Yglesias can't write and can't cogitate, …

Introducing Yousefzadeh’s Law

Or re-introducing it, in the event that you are a longtime reader/acquaintance. Anyway, here is my law: "There is no meritocracy in the field of punditry." See, e.g., Touré: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLz6jhSHZps (Via Don Boudreaux.) Touré actually believes that senators have to deal with gerrymandering. The mind reels. Remember that pundits like Touré are paid ungodly amounts of money …