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Walter Williams

Never Ending Trade War

Do trade wars ever end up with a winner? Should we trade with totalitarian countries like China in the first place? If tariffs aren’t the proper route, how do we stop the Chinese from stealing our intellectual property? George Mason University Economics Professor, Walter Williams joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Free Trade And Free Minds

Can free traders be happy that the threat of tariffs actually worked with Mexico? What colleges are still committed to intellectual diversity? Professor of economics at George Mason University, Walter Williams joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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How Strong Is The Resistance Against Socialism?

Can and will Americans resist socialism? The left constantly refers to Sweden as an example of a model of government to follow, do they know Sweden doesn’t have a minimum wage and has a school voucher system? How can they ignore the suffering in Venezuela due to socialism? Professor of economics at George Mason University, Walter Williams joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Pathway To Economic Opportunity

Is school choice the pathway to opportunity for those in underprivileged communities? Is the educational establishment the worst enemy of black people? Is there plenty of money out there but in the wrong hands as Mayor De Blasio claims? Professor of economics at George Mason University, Walter Williams joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Funds And Guns

“The best thing they can do is to find a way to get out.” 80% of the victims of the violence in Chicago have been black men, but has it always been this way? How do you teach someone to value someone else’s life when they don’t even value their own? George Mason University Economics Professor, Walter Williams joins Dan and Shaun Thompson to discuss Chicago's street violence.

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Is Identity Politics A Dead End?

Are half of the kids attending college right now even qualified? Does identity politics do nothing but raise the potential for conflict between people? Is Tiny Dancer demanding success from minority students to simply virtue signal rather than build an infrastructure for them to achieve success? George Mason University economics professor, Walter Williams joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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