We have courts of law, instead of relying on the media or mobs. But politics is undermining law.
Author Archive | Thomas Sowell
I don’t know why we are spending our hard-earned money paying taxes to support a criminal justice system, when issues of guilt and innocence are being determined on television — and even punishment is being meted out by CNN’s showing the home and address of the policeman accused in the Ferguson, Missouri shooting.
New York schools that achieve excellence in education are under attach by unions, community “leaders” and the “progressive” elite.
In an age when scientists are creating artificial intelligence, too many of our educational institutions seem to be creating artificial stupidity.
When Hamas launches an attack on Israel, they know in advance that whatever Israel does in response will be limited by calls for a cease-fire, backed by political and economic pressures from the United States.
Americans who gather to protest the high-handed way this administration has sneaked illegal immigrants into their communities can expect the race card to be played against them. The time is long overdue to stop being intimidated by such cheap — and dangerous — political tactics.
Republicans’ launching of foredoomed symbolic actions like lawsuits and impeachment are an irresponsible self-indulgence.
“Do racial preferences work? What is the track record?”
But America’s upcoming birthday on the Fourth of July is a time when the gift most needed is an urgent warning about the dangers of losing the things that have made this country America.
President Obama has demonstrated, time and again, that he has no respect for the Constitution’s limitations on his power.
You cannot create instant freedom like you are making instant coffee.
It doesn’t matter what immigration policies you believe in if you don’t control your borders.