You have to spend money to lose money.
You never find people endeavoring to convince you that you may live very happily upon a plentiful fortune.
One pays moderately for the item and immoderately to keep others from having it.
Having It All — in which the first word represents desultory acquisition, the second conformity, and the third inability to choose.
The poor often have money, just not for long.
Whatever the corrupt practice, everyone does not do it, and to say everyone does is a vicious attempt to wipe from existence those who do not.
There is only one way to get rich from holding office.
Billionaires start making trouble when they stop making money.
Capitalism has been the only loyal friend of the unfit; no wonder they hate it so.
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.