Sowell: Learning From History & Experience

>Sowell: Unhealthy Arrogance

Or not.

He will be missed.

14 responses to “Sowell: Learning From History & Experience

  1. I will surely miss his commentary and just wish I had the chance to shake this mans hand.

  2. I have read Mr Sowell’s writings for a long time,a man who really seems to have a good understanding about the world,how we got where we are,and,perhaps,how to avoid the same pitfalls in the future.His writings will be missed but the gentleman has certainly earned himself a nice/peaceful retirement.I hope he enjoys his time off but occasionally will feel the urge to occasionally write a article.

  3. He’s had some good insights.

    “Because the middleman is essential to the overlords, these rulers may protect him when necessary from overt violence. On the other hand, during periods when resentments reach the point where the governing powers themselves are at some risk, nothing is easier than to throw the middleman minority to the wolves and not only withdraw protection but even incite the mobs in order to direct their anger away from the overlords.”

  4. thesouthwasrght

    Can’t say how sorely disappointed I was in him to see him go all uniparty against Trump. Outside of that I have always enjoyed Dr Sowell ‘ s insight.

  5. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.

  6. Truly he will be missed. It is rare these days that those of high scholastic achievement have not lost their common sense along the way.

  7. As I have said before, there are indeed some decent Black people in this country, and in the world. They should be protected just as one would protect ANY decent person. The difficulty comes in deciding which are decent, and which are not. ESPECIALLY if you have limited resources available, and not much time to make the decision. Once again, here’s a primer on how to tell the Good Blacks from the Chimps and Sheboons:

    Good Blacks do not dress like Chimps and Sheboons.
    Good Blacks do not talk like Chimps and Sheboons. Please note that this does not mean Blacks who don’t speak perfect English are Chimps or Sheboons, but instead goes to the core of what they are saying, as opposed to their elocution and enunciation.
    Good Blacks do not act like Chimps and Sheboons.
    Good Blacks do not hang with Chimps and Sheboons. What this means is that if you see a crowd of Chimps and Sheboons struttin’ down de Boulevard, there are no Good Blacks in that crowd unless they are being held there under duress.

    Do what you can to treat the Good Blacks like any other decent person, but spare no mercy on the Chimps and Sheboons who look only to pillage and destroy.

    • MichiganderJim

      “…but instead goes to the core of what they are saying, as opposed to their elocution and enunciation.”

      Huge insight…always look to the referents and not the words. But I thought we’re supposed to go by clothing and badges.

      • That helps as well. Falls under the “Good Blacks do not dress like Chimps and Sheboons” banner, regardless of which “Good Blacks” and which “Chimps and Sheboons” one might be contemplating. Not all Chimps and Sheboons are Black. A helluva lot of them are Blue…

  8. William Munny

    Can’t recommend highly enough, his book, “Black Rednecks and White Liberals”

  9. It’s rare, but I actually saw a nigger today. First one in months…
    If it weren’t for certain poLICE retaliation. I am sure it would’ve been killed on the spot. The pigs can be proud. They serve and protect the ones who otherwise, would rightly and promptly be cleansed from the population.
    I love hearing stories about blacks who rape and murder cops wives and daughters. Good times. 🙂

  10. Conflict of Visions was an excellent book.