To then accuse capitalism of causing the poverty — while in the very act of eradicating it — is to commit both a historical error and a profound injustice.
Consumers pay more and almost every food business suffers because a few big sugar companies have the political clout to get themselves a sweet deal.
The only way Congress can give one American $1 is to first take it from another American.
People in San Francisco often claim to be concerned about helping the poor. But their many laws make life much tougher for the poor.
Football is popular enough to thrive without politicians subsidizing it.
“You don’t need the government to dictate how to live your life, how much money you should make, how your family should be treated.”
The world of plunder can be replaced with a community of free people pursuing mutually beneficial peaceful production.