Morning Belz, Dec. 3
UFOs, Walter Williams and a kamikaze pilot.
Our gov’t takes UFOs way more seriously than you might think — Debrief
Walter Williams, famed George Mason economist, dead at 84 — Suffer No Fools
Canada attacks COVID with aggressive deficit spending — WSJ
Interview with a living Japanese kamikaze pilot — NYT
Bio of Caroline Branham, one of Washington’s slaves — Mount Vernon
LA parents not happy with closed playgrounds — LA Times
Unsolved: Florida county admin’s office bugged — News Journal
The Auburn-Alabama video is coming together. No time for more teasers but I think it’s gonna be good. Hopefully out tomorrow.
- Black State Fair, Minneapolis — Scuffed News
- Trump voters in rural Minnesota — Scuffed News
- The largest Confederate monument in America — Scuffed News
- Election night Trump party — Scuffed News
“I was more than anything a radical. I was more sympathetic to Malcolm X than Martin Luther King because Malcolm X was more of a radical who was willing to confront discrimination in ways that I thought it should be confronted, including perhaps the use of violence.” — Walter Williams, in a worthwhile interview with the WSJ from 2011
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