Trump and his supporters are simply so ignorant that they can't recognize their support for state intervention in the market "for the good of the country" as being the "public good motive".
By getting rid of capitalist markets, socialists merely push the pathological monsters into political careers.
[T]here's no more reason to believe that arbitrarily raising the minimum wage will elevate the poor to economic security than throwing them off of a building will teach them to fly.
Once upon a short while ago, Republicans feigned acceptance of these principles as properly basic, but now it seems they professed these beliefs in vain.
If there's any chance of a civil political discourse at all, it's critical for conservatives and progressives to be on the same page as far as the definitions of the very terms we are debating.
Who's to blame for free men and women condemned to a waking nightmare of fear and death, where kill or be killed are their two best economic choices in one of the wealthiest nations on the planet?
[N]o man or woman with a patriot's heart could, in good conscience, put the mailed fist of government tyranny on the throat of men and women whose only real crime is being desperate and hungry.
Should we stop to think about the underlying assumptions that we've made our entire lives or allow those in media, in movies, in music, in politics, and behind golden microphones to tell us what we should and shouldn't believe and, more importantly, why we believe anything at all?