The man I said I'd vote for President in my earlier posting 'Black Presidents'.
He gave a great interview for Larry Pratt's News Hour Radio on 2/5/11.
His autobiography is called 'Up From The Projects, An Autobiography'. I'm getting it soon and should do a review here.
This guy is an Economics professor at George Mason University. He is the John M Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University, as well as a syndicated columnist and author known for his libertarian views. In eco circles that's high octane stuff.
He grew up in the Richard Allen housing project in Philadelphia. Bill Cosby was a neighbor.
He served in the Army. According to Williams, he was made to serve. It was jail time or Army time. While serving, he fought racism in the ranks. The risk was great with court martial hanging over his head. Yet his efforts helped to break the racist code.
He's a prolofic writer and truthful and insightful. He spares no one. He is both persistant and consistant. Thus his communication skills are clear and I'd say has the ability to reach closed minds.
Of course the liberal race baiters are both embarressed and frightened by him. Their tired Uncle Tom remarks fall as flat as as an open can of cheap pop.
Unlike them, Williams is not petty and argues from a logical libertarian position. That is the bane of the truth spinners.
Search the web for him. He is easy to find. His columns at www.creators.com are nonpareil.
A man of experience and integrity, he is the antithesis of the Oval Office occupier. That fella would not do well in debate with Dr. Williams.
The usual solution is to try and dismiss him, usually derisively. Typical of the liars to avoid truth.
Walter Williams is hard to ignore.
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