Wednesday, April 21, 2004 Radio Show
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The Lost Father
The absence of fathers are important to the New York Times if they can be used to bash President Bush, but they are unimportant to the New York Times in the raising of children. A pacifist opinion piece in today's paper makes this point with unintentional eloquence. Also, France deports a polygamous, wife-beating Algerian iman.
The Negatives of Affirmative Action
Guest: Thomas Sowell, Rose and Milton Friedman Senior Fellow in Public Policy at the Hoover Institution and author of Affirmative Action Around the World: An Empirical Study.
Anger, Liberalism, and Racism
Dennis notes that Thomas Sowell seems so secure. One reason, certainly, is that he doesn't believe he's surrounded by racists. Another is that he knows he's succeeded without any government help. How can you be black and happy, if you believe you live in a racist country? But that's the message the educational system and black leadership spread.