Big business has long aspired to be big government’s executor, and it nears its end.
In ’37 Stalin made a hash
Of party loyalists and army brass.
Decimation: One in ten are shot.
What’s the word when one in ten are not?
Books that are buried need not be burned.
No political ideology, according to its advocates, has ever really been tried.
One should fear, not the man who insists he is in charge, but the man who insists that he is not.
We punish speech because we have yet to devise an effective way to punish thought.
The logic of stealing an election demands the vigorous suppression of claims that it was stolen.
The world has always fought over ideas, whose truth is at best a minor strategic advantage.
Might doesn’t make right, just the rules.
The future will have no laws, only terms of service.
Rome’s interests, to Caesar, are indistinguishable from his own.