Tag: economics

the-living-legacy-of-thomas-sowell
27

Jan
2021

The Living Legacy Of Thomas SowellThe Living Legacy Of Thomas Sowell

In spite of their massive contribution to music, American blacks have produced very little in the way of towering intellects. If that statement is construed as racist, so be it, it is true nevertheless. They have produced a few however, the most outstanding of whom is Thomas Sowell, who will be celebrating his ninety-first birthday […]

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walter-williams-(1936-2020)
06

Dec
2020

Walter Williams (1936-2020)Walter Williams (1936-2020)

The great economist Walter Williams has died, aged 84. If you haven’t heard of him, that is hardly surprising. Black conservatives are anathema to the mainstream media, and black conservatives who tell it like it is, irrefutably, are either ignored or dismissed as Uncle Toms. Like his friend of half a century, Thomas Sowell, he […]

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‘herd-immunity’-is-a-failed-response-to-coronavirus
29

Jun
2020

‘Herd Immunity’ Is a Failed Response to Coronavirus‘Herd Immunity’ Is a Failed Response to Coronavirus

Eric Zuesse Denmark and Sweden are often compared regarding their handling of coronavirus-19 because the two Scandinavian countries are similar to one-another in many ways but took very different approaches to dealing with the coronavirus challenge. Whereas Sweden took a libertarian approach (meaning minimal regulations) and aimed to develop a ‘herd immunity’ to the disease, […]

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