Our vision controls the way we think and, therefore, the way we act.
The future of small business, like the future for our children and our grandchildren, is not in the hands of politicians or bureaucrats. It is in our hands.
The old Republican coalition of northerners, big business, farmers, and professionals has given way to a modern Republican coalition of individuals and groups who share a common political goal: They all want to be left alone by the government.
America is a nation unique in the history of the world. It is not the product of an accident or evolution.
Federal, state, and local governments together spend 42 out of every 100 dollars we earn.
We often hear words like “realignment,” “dealignment,” and “revolution.” The lamentations of liberals are matched by the gloating of conservatives.
American journalists still have a protected status—a kind of diplomatic immunity, if you will—courtesy of the First Amendment
Financial costs are not the only burden. Regulations also result in a tremendous loss of one of our most valuable and limited resources—time.
In the 1980s an extraordinary leader attempted to take on big government and to roll back its power over the lives of its citizens.
We forget that good intentions are not enough, and that massive government programs carry unintended consequences.