It's not the first time his behavior has been a bit erratic. A while back he sued Regnery -- a hack outfit that was kind enough to publish his work.
Now he's not showing up for work at the only paper corrupt enough to hire him? Ingrate!
For the past few months, Washington Times staffers have been asking one another: Where’s Richard Miniter?
Miniter, who came aboard in March to run the editorial pages—and remains on the newspaper’s masthead today—hasn’t been seen much around the Times’ offices since July, according to staffers.
My guess is he ate himself to death.