Dr. Williams is old school professional and he grew up the old fashioned way and, using the phrase that was used in the old Smith-Barney ad, "he earned it." He grew up poor and has said many times that the best thing that ever happened to him was military service and spending time in the South. The South, of course, was a segregated society back then and Dr. Williams learned from that experience if he wanted to make it in America, he had to operate within the circumstances that he faced and he learned that lesson well. He worked his way through school and excelled and says proudly that anyone can make it in America, regardless of race, creed and whatever else might be of challenge through hard work and persistence. Further, he is a keen believer in the individual and his or her worth and that what they earn should not be taken and redistributed to others as a general rule. He refuses to follow group think nor does he subscribe to political correctness and is outspoken about it in a very polite way.
Now I know that some of my readers have varied views and that's fine, but I hope that they will at least read some of his words and think about what he says, for Dr. Williams doesn't oppose a "hand up" but a "handout" and there is a huge difference between the two. There are times that some sort of welfare assistance might be required, but preferably it should be provided by voluntary means not regulatory ones. When we look back in our own nation's existence and see that the federal government has expended close to twenty-two trillions dollars on such programs with little positive to show for it, the background truth of what he says becomes clear. And today with the increasing drumbeat for more, including complete support for illegal migrants who cross our borders, this is truly madness.
Here's a recent column by Dr. Williams on the subject of America's crisis with immorality. I personally think he's spot on but, of course, to each his or her own. He is, however, an indisputable American Patriot who is not afraid to speak his mind and also show his love for the land that has been so good to him.
Since my automatic link is not working at the moment, just copy and paste the link below to your browser and it will bring up his article. When there, if you click on his byline, it will bring up a list of a number of good commentaries he has written recently. They are all very good if you are an individual thinker: