Lightning Round: Charles Murray Favorite book this year: The Road to Character, by David Brooks, a brilliant and moving reintroduction of moral vocabulary to public discourse.
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Murray’s law is a set of conclusions derived by Charles Murray in his book Losing Ground: American Social Policy, 1950–1980. Essentially, it states that all social welfare programs are doomed to effect a net harm on society, and actually hurt the very people those programs are trying to help.
Tolerance and Diversity of Views on the Left? Not Anymore. Charles Murray, Milo, Ann Coulter, Bret Stephens…They’ve all felt the sting of the ‘open-minded’ liberal lash.
Charles Murray has the right ideas about our representative and constitutional republic, which the country has strayed from dramatically over the past century and a half. The transformation to a social welfare and entitlement state has taken awhile, but like an insidious cancer, it has nearly consumed our once exceptional country and great system of government.
That’s where the AEI’s Charles Murray reenters our story, along with many other mainstream conservative groups. Scaring the bejesus out of people requires new bogeymen, and lots of them.
Shutting down people you don’t agree with is about as un-American as you can get. Rigorous debate, honest discussion, open exchange of ideas—that’s the American way. But free thinking and speech are threatened today by a group with a sweet-sounding name that conceals a nefarious purpose.
Charles Murray: It’s for people over 21. So if you have two adults, that’s $20,000. So if you have two adults, that’s $20,000. I don’t want to do it for people under 21.
Feb 03, 2015 · In «By the People», Charles Murray lays out where we stand as a country in the second decade of the twenty first century after several defining changes in the twentieth century, including reinterpretation of the general welfare and commerce clauses of the constitution (late 1937 to 1942), the lawless legal system (1950 to 1970), systematic
Consumers of these racist ideas have been led to believe there is something wrong with Black people, and not the policies that have enslaved, oppressed, and confined so many Black people. The
Aug 14, 2017 · He made clear he was looking for something, but what that something was, beyond a “technology” of revolution, remained unclear. 1 When and where he found it is not: in the ideas of James Buchanan, the founder of the public choice school of political economy, sometimes called Virginia political economy, and the first U.S. Southerner to win