The great conservative writer, social commentator, and economist Thomas Sowell, 86, has penned his final column.
Through the years here at TruthRevolt, we turned to Sowell’s commentary regarding many important matters to this country. Though it’s sad to see the end of his career, there are nearly 40 years of wisdom to mine from his life’s work.
And as expected, Sowell didn’t go away without leaving some parting wisdom and reflection on his life, politics, and the state of America. Below are some of the highlights from “Random Thoughts, Looking Back” at Jewish World Review and “A Farewell Note” at National Review:
Black adults, during the years when I was growing up in Harlem, had far less education than black adults today — but far…
View original post 563 more words