Sunday morning was a study in editorial standards, or lack thereof. On the one hand, we had Bernie Sanders stop just short of telling Brian Stelter our political media lacks the editorial expertise to report on politics, and on the other,...Show More Summary
JOY PULLMANN: The Civil Disobedience Charles Murray Wants Has Already Arrived. The federal do-gooders who framed No Child Left Behind back in 2001 never envisioned that parents would take exception to their mandate that every child in grades three through eight (and once in high school) face annual math and reading tests. So the law […]
Honored that two of mine, The Litigation Explosion and The Rule of Lawyers, are among seven that author Charles Murray (most recently of By the People) has recommended if you’d like to understand the state of the U.S. legal system [Benjamin...Show More Summary
Widely discussed new Charles Murray book, By the People: Rebuilding Liberty without Permission, includes extensive discussion of failures of law and litigation system [Carlos Lozada WaPo review, Cato’s Letter, podcast and related post, J.D. Show More Summary
Caleb’s latest podcast is an interview with Charles Murray on his new book, By the People: Rebuilding Liberty without Permission. You can watch the podcast below or download the audio here. Be forewarned: if you’re like me, you’ll be...Show More Summary
Early last week, a watchdog website hosted by People for the American Way, a liberal advocacy group, reacted with alarm to a political-legal strategy outlined in a new
Killer Mike appeared on HBO’s Real Time With Bill Maher last night alongside Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Heather McGhee, John Waters, Charles Murray, and John Waters (!) and immediately distinguished himself as the perfect talk-show pundit. HeShow More Summary
Last night, Killer Mike appeared on HBO's "Real Time With Bill Maher" on a panel alongside John Waters, political scientist Charles Murray, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, and public policy expert Heather C. McGhee. They discussed racism, the supposed link between hip-hop culture and violence, Baltimore, and Bill O'Reilly. Show More Summary
As the race for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination heats up, one name keeps popping up as the GOP's go-to guy on poverty, economic inequality and social policy. "My views on this were shaped a lot on this by Charles Murray's book," Jeb Bush recently proclaimed, adding. Show More Summary
Charles Murray has written a new book that argues that it's time for civil disobedience. Government has become so oppressive, constantly restricting us with new regulations, that our only hope is for some of us to refuse to cooperate. Show More Summary
Charles Murray, already controversial for writing books on how welfare hurts the poor, on ethnic differences in IQ and on (less controversial, but my favorite) happiness and good government, has
The man most famous for the deeply racist "The Bell Curve" has found a solution to Big Government: Sue it to death
Our friend Charles Murray has a new book out this week, By The People: Rebuilding Liberty Without Permission. I’ll be hosting a book event for him this Thursday at AEI. But in anticipation of that we sat down for a more general conversation about the Baltimore riots and other topics in the news.
THE CASE FOR CONSERVATIVE CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE. Hey, if Hillary flouts the law, and Al Sharpton doesn’t pay his taxes, why should the rest of us pay attention? It’s a review of Charles Murray’s new book, By the People: Rebuilding Liberty Without Permission.
20 years ago, Charles Murray's racially charged thesis made him a very controversial figure. This year, however, Republicans can't get enough of him.
Baltimore shows the need for new ideas, but the GOP clings desperately to Ronald Reagan and Charles Murray
CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE: Scott Ott reviews Charles Murray’s new book, By The People: Rebuilding Liberty Without Permission.
Charles Murray, a scholar at the right-wing American Enterprise Institute, is most known for his book The Bell Curve, which argued that intelligence differences among racial groups explaining inequalities in America. It is widely regarded as an attempt to justify racism using pseudo-science. This...
The candidate said, "I like Charles Murray books... which means I'm a total nerd I guess." As it happens, "nerd" isn't the first word that comes to mind.
Moderate Jeb Bush says he's a fan of notorious racial intelligence 'science' scholar Charles Murray.