Thomas Gale Moore is an emeritus senior fellow at the Hoover Institution who specializes in international trade, deregulation, and privatization.
His current research focuses on global warming, environmental issues, regulatory issues, and privatization in former communist countries. He...
With the annual number of immigrants to the United States at an all-time high, the debate over immigration has reached a fevered pitch. Do today's immigrants come to this country just to go on welfare? Will immigration forever change America's ethnic, cultural, and political landscape?
Hoover fellow Terry l. Anderson knows how to break the gridlock in environmental policy. (A two-word hint: "property rights.")
In 1997, Margaret Thatcher asked Charles Moore (also known as Baron Moore of Etchingham) to write her biography, under two conditions: that she would never read the manuscript and that the work would appear only after her death. Twenty-four years later, Moore has just published the third and final volume of Herself Alone: The Authorized Biography. In this conversation, Peter Robinson and Moore discuss Thatcher’s final years as prime minister and her life out of office.
To Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, it embodies “a shadow of slavery’s power.” To the New York Times editorial board it represents “a living symbol of America’s original sin.” To filmmaker Michael Moore, it advances a “racist idea.”
Columnist Thomas Sowell, the Clarence Thomas of journalism, gives a tutorial on "eminent domain" to the under-educated among us ["How Left wins war of words," Opinion, May 30]...
Hoover Institution fellow Thomas Sowell discusses his new book Wealth, Poverty & Politics on Newsmax TV’s Steve Malzberg Show.
Creators Syndicate columnist Thomas Sowell has written about his experience having a piece wrongly attributed to him on the Web...
Senior Fellow Thomas Sowell discusses his research and perspectives on inequality, immigration, and race in the US on Uncommon Knowledge.
Thomas Sowell recently released the fifth edition of his classic book, Basic Economics: A Common Sense Guide to the Economy. Along with Free To Choose, Economics in One Lesson, and The Road Serfdom, it offers perhaps the best distillation of free-market economic ideas.
Senior Fellow Thomas Sowell discusses race relations, immigration, and the "War on Women" with FrontPage Mag.
Hoover Institution fellow Thomas Sowell talks about trade, immigration, China, environmentalism, education, and a few other things.
[Subscription Required] The Smithsonian should stop treating Clarence Thomas as an invisible man. From “At New Smithsonian Museum, Justice Thomas Is an Invisible Man,” by Adam J. White, Oct. 5, in the Weekly Standard.
(28:05) Hoover Institution fellow Thomas Sowell discusses his new book Discrimination and Disparities.
Hoover Institution fellow Thomas Sowell talks about equality, diversity, IQ, immigration, free enterprise, and a host of other issues.
It might be time for Clarence Thomas to hang it up. Well, that is, if Republicans build on their Senate majority. No one can replace the conservative jurist. Just choosing an adequate successor seems like an impossible task in light of the colossal contributions Thomas has made to originalist jurisprudence. That is why he might prefer to quit while there's a chance to replace him with someone who won't destroy his life's work.
When the Constitution of the United States was ratified in 1789, the infamous "three-fifths clause" gave the southern slaveholding states disproportionate power within the federal government. To what extent did this southern advantage help the southerner Thomas Jefferson win the presidency? And to what extent did Jefferson, author of the phrase "all men are created equal," use the power of his presidency to preserve and perpetuate the institution of slavery?
This week on Uncommon Knowledge, Hoover fellow and author Thomas Sowell discusses his newest book, Intellectuals and Race, which argues that the impact of intellectuals' ideas and crusades on the larger society, both past and present, is the ultimate concern. (38:27)
“The intellectuals have told them [African Americans] that the world is unjust, that other people are keeping them down, that the fact that they don't have what other people have, is somebody else's fault.”
I asked our guest at the beginning of the program tonight if we are still a capitalist nation...
One of the biggest voter frauds may be the idea promoted by Attorney General Eric Holder and others that there is no voter fraud, that laws requiring voters to have a photo identification are just attempts to suppress black voting.