“Is there any way we can solve this problem with more freedom instead of less?”
— Penn Jillette.
3:26 pm • 14 December 2012 • 112 notes
“In the Gilded Age of the late 19th century, the American rich walked tall. They dressed the part. Top hats, canes, tails, spats, you name it. They built glorious mansions for all the world to see. They traveled in style, and did so publicly. They were profiled in popular magazines. Indeed, they were idolized and studied and emulated.”
— Jeffrey Tucker.
8:17 pm • 10 December 2012 • 8 notes
“I don’t want just words. If that’s all you have for me, you’d better go.”
— F. Scott Fitzgerald.
(Source: likeafieldmouse, via racheldotgov)
9:41 pm • 8 December 2012 • 11,523 notes
“Is there traffic congestion? Ban all cars! Water shortage? Drink less water! Postal deficit? Cut mail deliveries to one a day! Crime in urban areas? Impose curfews! No private supplier could long stay in business if he thus reacted to the wishes of customers. But when government is the supplier, instead of being guided by what the customer wants, it directs him to do with less or do without. While the motto of private enterprise is ‘the customer is always right,’ the slogan of government is ‘the public be damned!’”
— Murray Rothbard.
10:01 pm • 4 December 2012 • 152 notes
“If the market were completely unregulated, cereal companies could just put razor blades in their cereals!”
Because that’s a really great way to get people to buy a product.
This post brought to you by “Honey Bunches of Razors” and “Frosted Syringe Puffs”.
(Source: anarchowario, via haereticum)
8:38 pm • 3 December 2012 • 166 notes