Llewellyn Rockwell Quotes

Llewellyn Rockwell Quotes: Americans are coming to their senses, and the libertarian theory of society and government is pointing the way. The times change, but the enduring principles that help us to interpret and understand the world do not. It remains true now, as then, as in the future, saecula saeculorum, that government provides neither an effective nor a moral means for solving any human problem.
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Llewellyn Rockwell Quote: The larger the government, the more our livings standards are reduced. We are fortunate as a civilization that the progress of free enterprise generally outpaces the regress of government growth, for, if that were not the case, we would be poorer each year - not just in relative terms, but absolutely poorer too. The market is smart and the government is dumb, and to these attributes do we owe the whole of our economic well-being.
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Quotes about Llewellyn Rockwell: Now, it is sometimes said that medical care is too important to be left to the market, and that it is immoral to profit from the illnesses of others. I say medical care is too important to be left to the failed central plans of the political class. And as for profiting from providing medical care, we can never be reminded enough that in a free society, a profit is a signal that valuable services are being rendered to people on a voluntary basis.
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Quote about Llewellyn Rockwell: The state is and has been in history a source of disorder and chaos, and this problem gets worse the more the state grows.
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Llewellyn Rockwell Sayings: The state always poses a greater threat to society than whatever problem it purports to solve.
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Llewellyn Rockwell Saying: In any government bureaucracy, they are not working for you but for the mythical blob called the 'public sector,' which is really nothing but a stash of stolen cash divided among the robber class.
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Sayings about Llewellyn Rockwell: To concede that there are social problems that cannot be corrected without the state is to give up the entire argument over the future of liberty itself.
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Saying about Llewellyn Rockwell: Repeal the entire Banking Act of 1933, and Austrian School economists will cheer, especially if the current system were replaced by a 100%-reserve competitive banking with no central bank. That banking reform would give us a sound money system, meaning no more business cycle, bailouts, or inflation.
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Llewellyn Rockwell Quotes: The most encouraging trend of our time is the widespread loss of faith in government. No longer do people look to the government as the great problem solver, economic planner, social unifier, or cultural czar. The government is more likely to be seen for what it is, a haven for grafters, liars, and would-be tyrants. Americans, like the Russians, no longer believe anything until it is officially denied.
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