Friday, September 26, 2014

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Indiana and Washington residents, Walter Williams: Suffer No Fools  will be playing in your area. WIPB Muncie Channel 49 at 10pm ET and KTNW Richland Channel 31.1 at 12am PT.

State City/Market Station Channel   ID Primary Ch. Day Date Time Time Zone        
IN Muncie WIPB 49 49 Thurs 9/25/2014 10:00 PM ET
WA Richland KTNW 31.1/HD 31.1/HD Thurs 9/25/2014 12:00 AM PT

Broadcast times and channels for Walter Williams: Suffer No Fools Sept 25-29, 2014.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Walter Williams: Suffer No Fools

The latest release from Free To Choose Network is coming to your area soon!

Walter Williams: Suffer No Fools is the third release from Free To Choose Media in the last 10 months. This hour-long program documents the life and ideas of this remarkable American. The economist, author, and columnist pulls no punches in discussing major social and political issues of our time, including affirmative action, minimum wage, and the welfare state, just to name a few. This program promises to be an engrossing hour of television you won’t want to miss; mark your calendars or set your DVRs today!

Spread the word to your friends and colleagues, and visit our website for more information on this program and Free To Choose Network. If you don’t see your local public television station listed above, contact the station now and ask to see Walter Williams: Suffer No Fools in your town. We’ll keep you updated with new airdates for the program as they are scheduled; in the meantime, enjoy the broadcasts!

Friday, September 12, 2014

What teachers are saying about us.

Below is a sample of some of the teacher feedback we receive, commenting on the usefulness of our products, and the powerful impact they make on young minds. None of this would be possible without the generosity of our contributors; we encourage you to refer your friends in the education field to explore and all it has to offer. Thanks again for your support.

When Horses Fly


 This is one of the better videos I have had a chance to see and use in class. It takes a great example of horses being transported to illustrate the bigger picture of how trade must be addressed on a global scale. Very well done and relatable to middle and high school students. I am looking forward to using this video in class for years to come. - Petaluma, CA

 I have children of my own that live in Lexington, KY, and know the farm in this video. By adding personal photos and information, my students were more interested in what was happening. - Lakeland, FL