Thomas Sowell discusses the American Pastime, and talks about the difference between politics and baseball.
Thomas Sowell, author of Applied Economics, 2nd Edition: Thinking Beyond Stage One doesn’t think much of the $700 billion economic bailout: “It looked at first as a necessary evil, but ...
Sowell describes the constrained and unconstrained visions of the law, noting that the former applies to John McCain and the latter to Barrack Obama.
Thomas Sowell talks about the embarrassment society feels when talking about love, but not sex.
Thomas Sowell gives his reaction to President Obama and the current Republican presidential candidates.
Thomas Sowell discusses how people who have fancy diplomas are more likely to comment on subjects they do not have a background on.
Listen to John J. Miller interview Thomas Sowell, author of Intellectuals and Race.
Fallacies about race run rampant through our culture. For instance, racial discrimination is often listed as a root cause of criminality among blacks, but Sowell points out that black crime ...
We’re programmed to think that if we want to make it big in life we need to attend the crème de la crème of colleges. Thomas Sowell says that’s not ...