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America needs fewer laws, not more prisons.
It is important to have a sounder distinction between democracy and thievery than simply counting votes.
Beggaring the taxpayer is the main achievement of the welfare state. The federal tax system has turned individuals into sharecroppers of their own lives.
The key to contemporary American political thinking is the neutering of the State -- the idea that modern government has been defanged, domesticated, tamed.
A law is simply a reflection of the momentary perception of self-interest by a majority of a legislative body.
Politicians have sought to maximize social progress by maximizing the number of people labeled to be criminals.
Without a realistic concept of government, political philosophy is only an exercise in moral aesthetics.
Democracy must be something more than two wolves and a sheep voting on what to have for dinner.