Thomas Sowell announced last week that he will no longer write his weekly columns. It's a serious loss--A Conflict of Visions is one of the ten best books on any subject I've ever read--but at age 86 it's quite understandable. Michelle Malkin writes goodbye:
Asked once how he would like to be remembered, Sowell responded: “Oh, heavens, I’m not sure I want to be particularly remembered. I would like the ideas that I’ve put out there to be remembered.” Mission accomplished. Though it has been decades since he taught in a formal classroom, his students are legion.