Government Power Is Like a Deadly Disease

FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 2023

But what is needed for a satisfactory solution of the burning problem of international relations is neither a new office with more committees, secretaries, commissioners, reports, and regulations, nor a new body of armed executioners, but the radical overthrow of mentalities and domestic policies which must result in conflict.
Ludwig von Mises, Omnipotent Government [1944]


June 15, 2023

The Socialism and Fascism of Franklin D. Roosevelt
Everyone is familiar with President Franklin Roosevelt’s embrace of socialism with his adoption of Social Security, a program that originated among socialists in Germany. With Social Security, the government, operating through the IRS, seizes a portion of income from young people and gives it to seniors. Like with all socialist programs, statists claim that Social Security reflects the voluntary compassion of young people.

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