Walter Williams: Americans Should Stop Falling for Left's Tricks

Monday, 27 Jan 2014 08:29 PM

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Americans must see through the increasingly liberal agenda being pushed in the United States, says Walter E. Williams, a syndicated columnist and economist at George Mason University.

"Americans need to grow up, not to fall for these tricks played by the left and modifying our language, and so that we cannot criticize anyone unless you're a racist or you start a 'war on women,''' Williams told "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.

"For example, with [Janet Yellen], the new chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank. As soon as somebody criticizes her, it's going to be a war on women and possibly a war on people of diminutive stature," Williams said Monday.





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