Chuck Pratt replaces Charles Murray on the series, which is slated to bow midseason. read more
A Fox drama series is searching for a new showrunner after a shakeup behind the cameras. TVLine reports that producer-writer Charles Murray (“Sons of Anarchy”) stepped down from his role on the musical drama “Star,” Lee Daniels’ follow-up to “Empire.”...
Charles Murray has stepped down as executive producer and co-showrunner on Star, 20th TV's midseason drama series created by Lee Daniels and Tom Donaghy. Murray joined the project after the pilot stage in early May as part of an overall deal with 20th Century Fox TV, the studio behind Star. Show More Summary
A search is under way to replace Charles Murray at the top of the Daniels and Tom Donaghy midseason drama. read more
by Charles Mudede For now, Vancouver B.C.'s limitless luxury is not so limitless. Charles Mudede Foreign Buyer Tax In Vancouver B.C. Appears to Have Worked a Little Too Well: Though British Columbia's finance ministry still claims that...Show More Summary
Some current thinkers I'd eagerly invite to a dinner party: Yuval Levin Nassim Nicholas Taleb Thomas Sowell George P. Shultz Stanley McChrystal Robert Caro Christina Hoff Sommers Charles Murray Jeff Bezos Henry Kissinger Arthur C. Brooks Tom Wolfe Amy Chua Mark Helprin David McCullough Heather Mac Donald Mario Vargas Illosa John McWhorter Richard Lamm
Sgt. Charles Judge, Jr. and Jonathan Michael Prins were both shot and killed by 25-year-old Joseph Elijah Mills on Saturday night outside the Frayed Knot Bar and Grill in Lake Murray, S.C.
CHARLES SALE - SPORTS AGENDA: Sky Sports have decided not to broadcast the next Grand Slam tennis tournament, the US Open, despite the massive interest that will be generated if Andy Murray wins Wimbledon.
Wally Bock: Improve yourself like George Washington. The "Coming Apart" election? An interview with Charles Murray. Maxim: Guess is not going for the anorexic look in fashion models. The New Republic: Gay Talese and a journalist's nightmare. Show More Summary
Back in the 1980s and 1990s, the Bradley Foundation gave a million dollars to Charles Murray to research and write "The Bell Curve." This book argued that African Americans are genetically inferior to whites and thus are not as smart. Show More Summary
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.