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2 images Star Parker is president of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education. Readers can respond to Star's column by emailing star-parker@urbancure.org. By Star Parker | Posted 4 hours ago Sometimes, the legacy of great men is that the world doesn't realize how great they were until...

Here’s a letter to the New York Times: Editor: So it has come to this: a contributing opinion writer – Dr. Richard Friedman – for the New York Times now advocates suppressing the speech of those who dissent from the mainstream consensus of “experts.” It’s terrifying… and...

The World Economic Forum knows never to let a good crisis go to waste. The organization behind the famous conference of politicians, executives, celebrities and “thought leaders” at Davos is now promoting an initiative called “The Great Reset.” The idea is to repackage shibboleths of...

Walter E. Williams died on Tuesday night after teaching his cherished class in price theory to first-year graduate students. Walter was an old school economic thinker, and he pursued the logic of economic reasoning consistently and persistently. Generations of graduate students at George Mason...

And again I say, when he says “our American ancestors,” he’s thinking only of our white ancestors. Maybe only of our white male ancestors. Maybe even only of our white male property‐​owning ancestors. Many millions of Americans would read these paragraphs and say, “My ancestors didn’t...

America has lost one of its greatest economists and public intellectuals. Walter Williams died Wednesday morning after teaching his final class at George Mason University on Tuesday. He was 84. For 40 years Walter was the heart and soul of George Mason’s unique Department of...