Walter Williams

Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at George Mason University. In 1980, he joined the faculty of George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., and is currently the John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics. He is also the author of Race and Economics: How Much Can Be Blamed on Discrimination? and Up from the Projects: An Autobiography. Williams participates in many debates and conferences, is a frequent public speaker and often gives testimony before both houses of Congress. This editorial was made available through Creator's Syndicate.
Anti-Americanism on College Campuses

Anti-Americanism on College Campuses

The true tragedy is that so many Americans are blind to the fact that today’s colleges and universities pose a threat on several fronts to the well-being of our nation.

A More or Less Perfect Union

A More or Less Perfect Union

Ginsburg explores the U.S. Constitution and features interviews with and gains the perspectives from constitutional experts of all political views — liberal, conservative and libertarian.

The Worst Enemy of Black People According to Malcolm X

The Worst Enemy of Black People According to Malcolm X

“The worst enemy that the Negro have is this white man that runs around here drooling at the mouth professing to love Negros and calling himself a liberal, and it is following these white liberals that has perpetuated problems that Negros have.” — Malcom X

Economics Reality: Good and Bad Economics

Economics Reality: Good and Bad Economics

Economics is fun and simple. It’s made complicated by some economics professors. Let’s apply some simple tools of economics to reveal outright myths, lies and tricks.

The New Racism

The New Racism

The new racism, born in academia, is just as ugly as the old racism.

College Diversity Bureaucracies Undermine Education

College Diversity Bureaucracies Undermine Education

Unless the cycle of promoting and nursing imaginary grievances is ended, diversity bureaucracies will take over our colleges and universities, supplanting altogether the goal of higher education.

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