Quote of the day—Thomas Sowell

The grand fallacy of the political left is that decisions are better made by third parties who pay no price for being wrong. Much of the 20th century has been taken up proving how tragically mistaken that theory is, all around the world. But those who want to be the third-party decision-makers remain undaunted.

Thomas Sowell
March 6, 1999
THOMAS SOWELL: Back again – random thoughts
[This is true in economics, personal ethics, self-defense choices, and all but a few special cases mostly covered by the enumerated powers given to the U.S. government in the constitution.

At this point I’m convinced it’s only a fallacy or mistaken belief on the part of the useful and professional idiots. Those who are smart enough to rise and retain political power have to know the truth.

Evidence for making the case for the 21st century will be little different from the 20th is Venezuela.—Joe]

1 thought on “Quote of the day—Thomas Sowell

  1. To the brainwashed, feeling trump evidence every time. Rationality, logic, and mountains of dead be damned. Were going to do it again!
    Just as antifa thinks their against fascist. While acting out the very definition of fascism. Because antifascist is how they feel about what their doing.
    Thomas Sowell is brilliant to say the least. But he’s a prophet crying in the wilderness. Reading his entire works to educational incestuous retards is not going to change a thing. Its truly sad.

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