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Where is the outrage in the black community for black-on-black crimes?

A recent editorial by George Mason University professor of economics Walter Williams.


Each year, roughly 7,000 blacks are murdered. Ninety-four percent of the time, the murderer is another black person.

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"Problems that black people face today have very little to do with . . . slavery or . . . discrimination"

How much can we blame on slavery?

My notes from the interview–

How much political progress have blacks made in America since the death of Dr. 440 more words


Does my buying a $100 worth of groceries create a trade deficit?

There is a lot that is misunderstood about trade and deficits. I find it sometimes dizzying. Who is right? Who can simplify it for me? 103 more words


Walter Williams Remembers Frederic Bastiat

March 9, 2016—In a post on his official Facebook page, the professor of economics at George Mason University Walter E. Williams discussed Frederic Bastiat’s important contributions. 696 more words

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Avoiding Poverty

Unanimous agreement on anything is near impossible.  We are complicated beings with different priorities and assessments of reality.  Mike Huckabee once said that he believed it would be impossible to get a state legislature to pass a resolution unanimously even if it was stating the value of motherhood. 460 more words

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Driver charged in deadly hit-and-run

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Police have found the driver who struck and killed a woman Saturday night then left the scene.

Walter Williams, 49, was charged with vehicular homicide, leaving the scene of an accident involving death, DUI, reckless driving, public intoxication, no driver’s license and no insurance. 69 more words