Random Thoughts By Thomas Sowell

Thomas Sowell

It’s always enlightening to read what Thomas Sowell is randomly thinking (Read here). Here are some excerpts from the article,

“When someone tries to lay a guilt trip on you for being successful, remember that your guilt is some politician’s license to take what you worked for and give it to someone else who is more likely to vote foe the politician who plays Santa Claus with your Money.”

“So long as public schools are treated as places that exist to provide guaranteed jobs to members of the teachers’ unions, do not be surprised to see American students continuing to score lower on international tests than students in countries that spend a lot less per pupil than we do.

-“Somewhere Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes says that the purpose of an education should be to produce a mind that cannot be humbugged. But today our educational system, from kindergarten to the universities, is engaged in the mass production of fashionable humbug – propaganda rather than education.”

-“Would you go to a funeral if you knew that your presence would be unwelcome and would just add to the pain of the mourners? Probably not. But New York’s mayor Bill de Blasio went to both funerals for the two New York City policeman recently murdered – and gave speeches. that epitomized what a truly despicable human being he is, eve by the low standards of politicians.”

-“Demographic “diversity” is a notion often defended with fervor but seldom with facts.”

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