What is Charles Murray missing in his argument for a basic income for every person in the US? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer...Show More Summary
The concept of an Unconditional Basic Income has become a hot topic on the interwebs. Conservative Charles Murray started things up in 2006 with the publication of In Our Hands, which created a brief stir and then sunk into oblivionShow More Summary
Charles Murray, Wall Street Journal: When people learn that I want to replace the welfare state with a universal basic income, or UBI, the response I almost always get goes something like this: "But people will just use it to live off...Show More Summary
Following up on my previous post, Interest In Negative Income Tax Spreads: 'Freeing The World Of Bullshit Jobs': Wall Street Journal Saturday Essay: A Guaranteed Income for Every American, by Charles Murray (American Enterprise Institute): When people learn that I want to replace the welfare state with a universal basic...
In 2012, the midway point of the Obama era, the conservative thinker Charles Murray published a long lament of the experience of white America, titled “Coming Apart.” Murray, two decades earlier, had co-written the notorious book “The...Show More Summary
Sons of Anarchy alum Charles Murray has signed an overall deal with 20th Century Fox TV, whose cable division Fox 21 TV Studios produced the gritty FX drama series. Under the pact, he will serve as executive producer and showrunner on...Show More Summary
Economist Gerald Jaynes takes issue with conservative scholar Charles Murray’s Bubble Quiz and his implied definition of “mainstream America.” Photo by Photo by Cpl. Jad Sleiman/DOD I once debated Charles Murray in Chicago. He was aShow More Summary
by Charles Mudede SkyTrain in the suburbs of Vancouver, B.C.. Charles Mudede Vancouver's Evergreen Line Will Be in Service in 2017: SkyTrain, the second-longest urban rail system in the Pacific Northwest (it has 42 miles of track, Portland 60), is to complete a new line, Evergreen Line, early next year. Show More Summary
CHARLES MURRAY: Lessons from the Bubble Quiz #4: Wrapping up.
CHARLES MURRAY: Lessons from the Bubble Quiz #3: An increasingly heritable elite?
CHARLES MURRAY: Lessons from the Bubble Quiz #2: The bubbliest zip codes for growing up.
CHARLES MURRAY: Lessons from the Bubble Quiz, Part 1. Flashback: Do you live in a bubble? Take the quiz, based on Charles Murray’s Coming Apart.
Our sold-out upcoming seven-night cruise on the Danube River (NR has chartered the AMA Sonata, and we have with us Jonah, Rich, Jay, Ramesh, JOS, Mona, Charles Murray, DPJ, and other NR stars aboard) sails from Budapest on May 9. (It...Show More Summary
Photo by Gary Cameron/Reuters Editor’s Note: A few weeks ago, we asked you to take the bubble quiz, based on Charles Murray’s 2012 book, “Coming Apart: The State of White America, 1960-2010,” meant to test how well you know mainstream white American. Show More Summary
Charles Murray in Design News: "The maker movement helps translate technology into products,” said Kipp Bradford, a prolific inventor, design engineer, and research scientist at MIT’s Media Lab. “It helps do that in ways that are funky, creative, ridiculous, absurd, stupid, and sometimes profoundly beneficial.”More here
Despite his humble upbringing and latter-day immersion in mainstream America, Charles Murray, too, lives in a bubble. Photo by Jim Young/Reuters As readers and viewers flock to Charles Murray’s updated Do-You-Live-in-a-Bubble? quiz on...Show More Summary
April 13, 2016 Posted by Jay Livingston Does anyone remember what Charles Murray said about Black political choices in his 1984 book Losing Ground – the part where he says that African Americans had been “screwed”? Call it “Jesse Jackson-ism” – the willingness of Blacks to support demagogues like Jackson and Louis Farrakhan. Show More Summary
Charles Murray continues his exploration of the scores and ZIP codes from the bubble quiz in a third post. Photo by Randall Hill/Reuters Editor’s Note: A few weeks ago, we asked you to take the bubble quiz, based on Charles Murray’sShow More Summary
"If loving Waffle House is wrong, I don't want to be right." From the comments to the Althouse blog post on Charles Murray's "Are You in a Bubble?" quiz. How did you score? I got a 37.
"Murray calls this insular group 'elites,' but a better term might be 'fancy people.'... To help people figure out if they were fancy or not, Murray devised a quiz in his book. Last month, PBS Newshour adapted his questions into an online...Show More Summary