Capitalism has been the only loyal friend of the unfit; no wonder they hate it so.
You never find people endeavoring to convince you that you may live very happily upon a plentiful fortune.
To destroy a man’s property is to nullify that part of his life devoted to its creation or acquisition. It is to kill him, insensibly and by degrees.
Between most men and lunacy stands only the necessity of earning a living.
Justification is a kind of subsidy, and produces, like all subsidies, more of what is being subsidized.
What you see is, at most, what you get.
Markets tend naturally toward monopoly in certain commodities, like diamonds, or ideas.
A polity achieves decadence when the companies that help you make money make less money than the companies that help you spend it.
An unexpected consequence of social media has been to make public begging respectable.
Sound economic policy facilitates the parting of fools and their money.
Employees see poker chips as money: entrepreneurs see money as poker chips.