Dr. Walter Williams

Profit – Dr. Walter Williams explains why it is as necessary to a biz as breathing is for us

by Skip April 7, 2015

“Is profit a dirty word? Would the world be better off without them? Or are profits progressive — the only thing that can move potatoes from Idaho to Manhattan and medicine from America to Africa? Professor and economist Walter Williams explains.” (H/T: Café Hayek)

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Notable Quote – Dr. Walter Williams

by Skip July 4, 2014

Henry Ford benefited immensely from mass-producing automobiles, but the benefit for the common man from being able to buy a car dwarfs anything Ford received.  Individuals and companies that produced penicillin and polio and typhoid vaccines may have become very wealthy, but again it was the common man who was the major beneficiary.  In more […]

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Dr. Williams points out just one way that Democrats prove they no longer believe in the Constitution

by Skip December 11, 2013

Read through Founders notes, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Federalist and anti-Federalists papers and it becomes clear that they believed that our Rights came from simply being human – gifts from God and Nature’s God.  They are not bestowed upon any of us by the fact that Government exists.  In fact the existence […]

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“What is moral about the free market?”

by Skip November 12, 2012

One of my favorite economists is Dr. Walter E. Williams, Professor of Economics at George Mason University.  He is always able to take the complicated, boil it down, and make it easy to understand.  Given that the whole notion of what capitalism and the free marketplace can do (versus the socialistic turn we seem to […]

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