Archives for 


Walter E. Williams: Fairness and Justice

 Oxfam reports that the richest one percent of people in the world own 48 percent of the world’s wealth. Many claim that we should be alarmed by income inequality because it hampers upward mobility. Others argue that because income is distributed so unevenly, justice and fairness require income redistribution. Let’s look at fairness and justice. […] Continue reading →

Back to the future of education

Lawson Bader,  “It’s your kids, Marty, something has got to be done about your kids!”  Doc Brown’s line at the conclusion of Back to the Future did more than hint at future sequels. It captured the underlying motivations of modern parenthood. Unfortunately, it also says much of modern government. There is no greater threat to […] Continue reading →

How To “Fix” The Super Bowl

Derek Hunter,   (I know I normally write about politics, and if you want to read about that I suggest you check out my column from Thursday on the climate change hoax. It’s pretty good and has some good jokes in it.) I have to start out by saying there isn’t anything wrong with it, but […] Continue reading →

NFL’s latest conspiracy? It’s Katy Perry #Illuminati

Forget Deflate-gate.  If you ask Mark Dice, a conservative author-activist from San Diego, the biggest problem facing the NFL heading into Sunday’s Super Bowl isn’t under-inflated footballs. It’s halftime performer Katy Perry, who Dice insists is a “Satanic Witch,” and her affiliation with a shadow government bent on world domination. And you thought Bill Belichick […] Continue reading →

The Most Expensive NFL Victory Dances

The National Football League names its price for crotch-grabbing, sombrero-wearing, and snow angels.    In the National Football League, $30,000 will buy you a crotch grab, a poncho-and-sombrero performance, or two goal post dunks. That odd price list may be news to you, but it probably isn’t to Marshawn Lynch, who has paid the league more than $130,000 in fines this […] Continue reading →