Sowell: Intellectuals and Race
So many fallacies, so little time.
Sowell: Budgeting fear
Only in Washington is a reduction in the rate of growth of spending called a “cut.”
Sowell: Shepherds and sheep
Too many among today’s intellectual elite see themselves as our shepherds.
Sowell: Guns and pensions
Is it really “guns versus butter?”
Prostitute vs. politician: Too close to call
It is her word against his.
Sowell: Prophets and losses
The Fed’s economic prophecies weren’t quite what they seemed.
Sowell: Shouting louder
It’s time to go back to square one on Benghazi.
Sowell: Do gun control laws control guns?
Many zealots seem utterly unconcerned about facts.
Sowell: Liberalism versus blacks
There is no question that liberals do an impressive job of expressing concern for blacks.
Sowell: The role of ‘educators’
John Dewey saw the role of the teacher, not as a transmitter of a society’s culture to the young, but as an agent of change — someone strategically placed.