Thomas Sowell discusses poverty around the world and in the United States. Poverty in America, he says, compared to the rest of the world, is not severe. Many poor people in poverty in the United States have one or two cars,...
What is called Black History Month might more accurately be called “the sins of white people” month.
Multiculturalism today celebrates all cultures but it is the poor who ultimately pay the price of that celebration in stunted development, missed opportunities and blighted lives.
The opportunities open to my young relatives in Harlem — and to other young blacks elsewhere — were not nearly as good as the opportunities open to me back in 1948.
On attacking mythical “climate change denier” and “trickle-down theorist” straw men to hide the real issues.
Thomas Sowell discusses economic inequality, racial inequality, and the myths that have continued to falsely describe the system of poverty among different racial and economic classes. Sowell explains the economic theories behind these...
A Success Academy charter elementary school in Harlem had a higher proportion of the children in one of its classes pass the statewide math exam than in any other class at the same grade level, anywhere in the state of New York.
It is amazing how many people have been oblivious to this middle-aged man’s spoiled brat behavior, his childish boastfulness about things he says he is going to do, and his petulant response to every criticism with ad hominem replies.
The latest tempest in a teapot controversy is over a lack of black nominees for this year’s Academy Awards in Hollywood.
Land prices skyrocket when the supply of land is artificially and drastically reduced, which means that housing prices become astronomical.
Bipartisan deals — so beloved by media pundits — have produced some of the great disasters in American history.
Republican voters’ turning to Trump is a sign of desperation and a telling indictment of what the Republican establishment has been doing for years.