From Marcus Aurelius

Look Back Over The Past, With Its Changing Empires That Rose And Fell,
And You Can Foresee The Future, Too.

2009-03-29 at 11:14:58

From Senator Robert M. La Follette

Every Nation has its War Party. It is Not the Party Of Democracy. It
Is The Party Of Autocracy. It Seeks To Dominate Absolutely.

2009-03-29 at 11:10:55

From Edward Abbey

The tragedy of modern war is that the Young Men Die fighting each other
instead of Their Real Enemies back home in Their Capitals

2009-03-29 at 11:06:58

From Lysander Spooner

That no government, so called, can reasonably be trusted, or reasonably
be supposed to have honest purposes in view, any longer than it depends
wholly upon voluntary support.

2009-03-29 at 11:05:14

From Sojourner Truth

If the first woman God ever made was strong enough to turn the world
upside down all alone, these women together ought to be able to turn it
back, and get it right side up again.

2009-03-29 at 11:02:58

From Sheldon Richman

It is our self-proclaimed protectors from whom need we protection the most.

2009-03-29 at 11:00:38

From John Adams

There is danger from All Men. The only Maxim of a Free Government ought to
be to Trust No Man Living With The Power To Endanger The Public Liberty.

2009-03-29 at 10:57:08

From Ariel Durant

A Great Civilization is not Conquered from Without until it has
Destroyed Itself From Within.

2009-03-29 at 10:51:40

From Hans F. Sennholz

War cannot be driven out by War, for the use of evil breeds more evil,
hostility breeds more hostility, and the use of force breeds more force.

2009-03-28 at 11:05:57

And More From Ludwig von Mises

To defeat the aggressors is not enough to make peace durable. The main
thing is to discard the ideology that generates war.

2009-03-27 at 00:27:53

From Mary Bennet Peterson

If any lessons can be drawn from Prohibition, it may be that the easy call
to Pass A Law to bring about a millennium does not always work, that the
supposed cure can be worse than the disease, and that the economic law of
supply and demand can be a lot more pervasive than the countervailing
legislated law of the land.

2009-03-27 at 00:25:15

From John C. Sparks

Expropriation of private property, without the consent of the owner, falls
squarely within the definition of stealing; certainly an immoral action.
Yet, that is the standard procedure in Federal urban renewal programs, and
the results are consistent with the surely immoral nature of the action,
notwithstanding the good intentions of civic leaders seeking to provide
better living conditions for residents of slum housing via government aid.

2009-03-27 at 00:23:26

More From Michio Kushi

Longevity means not only how long a person lives, but also how long that
persons influence lasts after his, or her, death. Someone who leaves their
Dream lives Forever; their Disciples can carry on their work for over a
Thousand years. Theories last Several Hundred years at the most. Material
remains for only a generation or Two.
And Those Who Leave Only Troubles Have Died Whole Still Living.

2009-03-25 at 01:46:43

From Georg W. Hagel

What experience and history teach is this: People and Governments never
have learned anything from history, or acted on principles deduced from it.

2009-03-24 at 22:40:52

More From James Madison

It is a universal truth that the loss of liberty at home is to be charged
to the provisions against Danger, Real or Pretended, From Abroad.

2009-03-24 at 22:37:30

As You Traverse This Life Please Try To Remember That There Are No Absolute Mistakes; There Are Only Errors In Your Perceived Judgement As To The Likely Outcomes Of Your Actions!!!