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Post-Election Thoughts: The "Idiocracy"

I keep reading about “idiots” in my news feed, directed by angry supporters of Hillary Clinton at anyone who voted for Donald Trump. These crestfallen partisans do not appreciate an irony: their very arrogance and desire to proscribe the freedom of others to speak and act freely actually helped to coalesce Trump’s support. 501 more words

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Dumb American youth...

Walter Williams  explains why  American youth are so dumb.   Basically you can thank the liberals who took over our public education system and changed learning into indoctrination.   134 more words

Black Scholar: Glad I Was Educated Before It Was ‘Fashionable For White People To Like Black People’

Authored by Caroline May, Reporter / 10/12/2016

URL of the original posting site: http://dailycaller.com/2016/10/12/walter-e-williams-glad-i-was-educated-before-fashionable-for-white-people-to-like-black-people/


African-American students are getting a raw deal because — in the name of diversity — the system is superficially propping up those students who are doing poorly, according to economist and conservative columnist Walter E.

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Sacrificed at the Alter of Liberal Feel-Good Policies

Here are some excerpts from an article by Walter Williams:

A very large percentage of all incoming freshmen have no business being admitted to college… the average combined SAT score for white students was 1576 out of a possible 2400.

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Skool Dazed, Skool Dazed, Deer O Goltun Ruel Daze

In college (I think it was in 1986), I had a class that was primarily white guys (one white girl) who were all beginning their lives as electricians. 1,067 more words


America's abandonment of traditional values has hurt the black community

My two favorite economists are Thomas Sowell and Walter Williams, who are coincidentally both black. Both have been around long enough to see how the Great Society welfare programs and the Sexual Revolution have affected blacks. 586 more words


O’Jays Unhappy With Use Of Song During RNC

The O’Jays are hopping off the “Love Train” when it comes to GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump. The “L.A. Times” reports Walter Williams and Eddie Levert objected to the use of their 1973 hit during the just-concluded Republican National Convention in Cleveland. 69 more words

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