Many do-gooders and race hustlers insist that the black-white achievement gap in the US today is the product of racism. But how do you explain black students' stellar performance during Jim Crow?
A classic and cowardly defense tactic when one's ideas have failed logically is to shoot the messenger with pointless ad hominem attacks. Let's observe a recent example of this behavior.
The Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 was noble in intent, but disastrous in practice. A boon for frivolous lawsuits and little else, the ADA is a prime example of the futility that is legislating compassion.
What is the best way to increase the frequency of poor decision making in society? If you guessed 'government subsidies,' you're correct; they're the best way to punish the good for being the good.
A strong rebuttal to the critics of last week's controversial column, Dr. Williams illustrates mathematically that Social Security is, in fact, an unsustainable and immoral pyramid scheme.
The debate over whether or not Muslims have a right to exercise their rights and freedoms near Ground Zero has exposed many collectivists for what they really are. Why is this even being discussed?
Lincoln once noted that 'A house divided against itself cannot stand.' What, then, should be done when the 'house' consists not of warring geographical sections, but of the people vs. the government?
Nicknaming him 'The Undertaker,' Ayn Rand was once skeptical of Greenspan's capacity as a thinker and a human being. Given recent events, Rand's initial assessment seems sadly prophetic.
As the debate between looters and producers rages on, the titanic government handouts to seniors, many of whom are sitting on quite a bit of accumulated wealth, tend to be overlooked. Why?
The continued media attention paid to Al Sharpton, a proven hypocrite and notoriously divisive race hustler, far outstrips the relevance that Sharpton holds in either the black or white communities. Why?