With his passing, there’s a greater gap in the debate between equal opportunity versus equal outcomes as the pathway to black prosperity.
On the menu today: reevaluating the labor share of income, COVID-19 vaccine approval in the U.K., Chinese investments in U.S. tech, and Walter Williams, R.I.P.
What the Electoral College says about the U.S. economy.
The company also said it plans to open new branches in underserved areas of Chicago, Los Angeles and Detroit.
If these reporters had winning arguments, they wouldn’t resort to misleading their audiences.
Oren Cass’s chart, part of his Cost-of-Thriving Index, purports to show that the typical male worker has a much harder time supporting his family.
In explaining her embrace of progressive causes, she implies that generosity is a virtue special to the Left.
A bipartisan plan to erase barriers to equity ownership would be productive and beautiful.
Market forces, not power dynamics between workers and their employers, drive inequality.