Milton Friedman (1912 – 2006) was an American statistician, economist and author, and a Nobel Prize winner for economic sciences. Friedman is well known for his researches on monetary history, consumption analysis and stabilization policy. He was one of the most popular economists of the 20th century (right after John M. Keynes). Friedman was President…
We don’t lump people by groups or social interests. And let me add, in the party of Lincoln there is no room for the intolerance and not even a small corner for anti – Semitism or bigotry of any kind. Many people are welcome in our house, but not the bigots. – Ronald Reagan
Washington didn’t use his right to free speech to defeat the British… he shot them.
Millions of individuals making their own decisions in the marketplace will always allocate resources better than any centralized government planning process. – Ronald Reagan
The gun has been called the great equalizer, meaning that a small person with a gun is equal to a large person, but it is a great equalizer in another way, too. It insures that the people are the equal of their government whenever that government forgets that it is servant and not master of…
Never let the fear of striking out get in your way. – Babe Ruth
The religion of Islam above all others was founded upon the sword… Moreover it provides incentives to slaughter, and in three continents has produced fighting breeds of men – filled with a wild and merciless fanaticism. – Winston Churchill
No matter how disastrously some policy has turned out, anyone who criticizes it can expect to hear: “But what would you replace it with?” When you put out a fire, what do you replace it with? — Thomas Sowell
Cowardice asks the question, ‘Is it safe?’ Expediency asks the question, ‘Is it politic?’ But conscience asks the question, ‘Is it right?’ And there comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular but because conscience tells one it is right. – Martin Luther King, Jr.
It is not, what a lawyer tells me I may do; but what humanity, reason, and justice, tells me I ought to do. – Edmund Burke