Tag Archive for Walter Williams

Is Internet Access A Human Right?

Thankfully, Vint Cerf understands that it’s not. Though it is time once again for the great Walter Williams column: Rights vs. Wishes. Internet Access Is Not a Human Right – NYTimes.com: But that argument, however well meaning, misses a larger…

Today’s Quotes: Hazlitt, Williams, and Sobran

“Ron Paul is not the answer to all our problems. He is simply the only candidate who’s convinced that neither is government.” — Eric Olsen “In Washington, D.C. it costs $7,000 in city fees to open a pushcart. In California,…

Walter Williams Asks: Do Rich Folks Suffer Inequality?

On the contrary, Dr. Krugman. I can’t imagine anything more democratic than every individual and family voting with their own dollars, on whether or not to purchase any Harry Potter products. Walter E. Williams: Do rich folks suffer inequality?: How…

Economics Round-Up: Friedman, Williams, Boudreaux

These very brief pieces from the great Dr. Friedman are d@mned brilliant. Worth your time. CARPE DIEM: Milton Friedman Responds To OWS Protestors: Milton Friedman’s tireless defense of the free market is a timeless message that would be just as…