Monday, 31 May 2010

Walter Williams on discrimination

Hat tip Vulcan’s Hammer.


  1. This is fantastic. Completely agree.

    Discrimination has become a dysphemism for choice and ironically enough, choice has become a euphemism for coercion (antitrust, for example)

  2. Excellent. Completely agree. Paul should've known better than to get tangled up in it though ..

  3. Why Tim? If he's right to oppose anti discrimination laws in the sphere of commerce (prohibiting a prohibition on negroes at the lunch counter for example) he's right. Unless he's ashamed of his position and needs to hide behind weasel words and ummmm evasion.

    Judge Holden


Say what you mean, and mean what you say.

(Off-topic grandstanding, trolling and spam is moderated. If it's not entertaining.)