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Wall Street billionaires are predicting that Roosevelt-style railroad rate regulation will sooner or later bring about financial catastrophe. [ca. 1906]
There is an intentional disregard for human health and safety in many government agencies that are tasked with protecting it.
Corrupt and incompetent police officers have a long history of being protected by their colleagues, police internal affairs and the government.
Socialism is socialism. Government run enterprises are just as inept under democratic governments as they are under autocratic governments.
Tyrants are obvious, and easy to identify. It is the well entrenched and corrupt establishment that is truly insidious.
Marx called Darwin a plagiarist and Malthus a fraud. Now all Marxists are Malthusian Darwinists.
Behind the facade of elected government are a bunch of corporate controlled gangsters running the country.
The biggest criminals that I have met in life are working for the government. They make mass murderers look like amateurs.
, I believe in some type of free market system. I just don’t think you’ll find an example of one completely free from government intervention.
There has never been a more important time to vote for the Green Party!
Regulations in an "Idea Economy" are restraints on innovation.
Funny, I don't particularly care for either "laws" or "order". Liberty is messy. Freedom yields imperfect results.
The right to "liberty" and "pursuit" of happiness is incompatible with a government that makes choices for you.
Legislating morality grows big government immensely, and helps fashion the noose the government will use to ultimately hang you by.
You either limit the government, or you limit the scope of your life. Why is the government that precious to you in the first place?
Democratic Socialism devolves into totalitarian Socialism and eventually into full on Communism as people resist statism.
According to an original reading of the Constitution and Declaration, the intrusiveness that is an inevitable part of big government is an offense against its people.
Very few tyrants argued for the slavery of the masses. Instead, they argued for their right to protect the people from themselves.
There is a dangerous willful ignorance in governments to the adverse health effects of the various forms of electromagnetic radiation.
You can get to oppression through regulation, especially in an "Idea Economy" which necessitates liberty of the mind to explore.
Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) is a major problem from poorly tested products and it should be dealt with sooner rather than later by government regulators.
If you want to be lied to, all you have to do is believe everything that the government tells you.
On top of the government-hierarchy you need an unpolluted group of scientists to give a nation the best direction.
The term "racist" comes from the word "racialist": Someone that sees the world from a racial prism.
Whether voting Republican or Democrat, the result is the same: A corrupt corporate government.
The idea economy is a conversation. Try to channel or control that conversation and you will stop the chatter.
We are in the energy dictatorship that calls itself the United States of America.
It has been my personal experience that the government engages in a wide range of frauds with the common people.
Corrupt governments are run by corrupt politicians that run corrupt law enforcement agencies.
Government scientists are commonly as corrupt as the corporate government that employs them.
Police internal affairs is amongst the most corrupt departments that you will find in governments.
I sincerely hope that President Barack Obama’s government will be remembered as the peak of deregulated corporate corruption and not the ongoing rise of it.
Even Adam Smith's "invisible hand" occasionally needs a slap on the wrist.