With each passing day, I become more and more convinced that the greatest threat to American freedom is the United States government.
Why am I a socialist? Simple: Because I believe in freedom.
I question the moral integrity of anyone who says they have no regrets.
Doing nothing is even worse than doing the wrong thing.
In a truly moral society, most of our current laws would not exist.
The idea that war can ever bring freedom is quite possibly the greatest deception that mankind has ever forced upon himself.
There is no such thing as a victimless crime, and people should be allowed to do as they please with their own bodies and with other consenting adults. If you believe otherwise, then you are an enemy of freedom.
True love means knowing that your love may never be returned, and loving all the more because of it.
To speak only one language is to do yourself a great injustice.
The world would be a far better place if more people listened to the wisdom of Hawkeye Pierce.
The greatest obstacle to human liberty is that the vast majority of people do not wish to be free.
The question deserves to be asked: Is hating one's nation really such a bad thing? Or perhaps more importantly, after the crimes our government has committed, what moral self-respecting person can truly love this nation?
Every adversity is just another opportunity to excel a little more.
We live in a nation where education and free thought are tantamount to treason, and I have to ask, under these circumstances, is treason such a bad thing?
The greatest courage is always quiet.