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I No Longer Believe in the Profession of Journalism

Two years ago, on Feb.13, 2015, I wrote a post on this site titled “I Believe in the Profession of Journalism,” a line taken from the Journalist’s Creed written by Walter Williams, founder and first dean of the University of Missouri School of Journalism. 329 more words

True Commitment to Free Speech

The true test of one’s commitment to free speech does not come when he permits others to say things with which he agrees. Instead, the true test comes when one permits others to say things with which he disagrees.

Walter Williams

"We have poverty of the spirit . . ."

A Must-Listen

h/t EconomicPolicyJournal

Much of what see has nothing to do with one person discriminating against another or one group discriminating against another.  Problems have to do with government subsidies. 203 more words


Walter Williams on How the Public Education System is Failing Black Students

From Walter Williams’ article:

According to The Nation’s Report Card, only 37 percent of 12th-graders were proficient in reading in 2015, and just 25 percent were proficient in math.

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3 Economists on Immigration

3 Economists, Views on Immigration

Is immigration a good or bad thing? Under what certain circumstances is immigration is a good thing?

This video features Thomas Sowell, Walter E. 105 more words


The Journalist's Creed

The first Dean of the School of Journalism of the University of Missouri was Walter Williams, a man who would later become the University’s President. There is one composition by which Williams became known far beyond his own locale and that is… 350 more words