Capitalism is the best economic system that we have devised this far. Any viable replacements usually only work on paper.
Birth and breeding clearly fit some people for positions of command and others for positions of service to their company/organization.
Competition breeds innovation far better than any other force.
Those who are capable of working but refuse the opportunity should not expect societal support.
In today's society, one can usually rely on simply putting in more effort in order to progress further up the social ladder.
A truly free society should value private property over any other.
A society that values merit is superior to one which rewards simply on the basis of existence.
Unions and labor organizations oftentimes fail to recognize the difficulty of being a CEO in their quest to better the case of workers.
Benefits from the state have fostered the false narrative of a petiable underclass that, in reality, is coddled and cosseted at nearly every step.
I wish to see a radical redistribution of power and wealth in this country as to reduce the societal divide poised by the present class system.
The human race can learn to overcome clashes over resources and instead turn to an existence based upon cooperation.
Markets are inherently flawed. Some things (at the very least) should be removed from their jurisdiction.
We must be very cautious of the dangers of commodification.
A majority of the economy is held by much too small of a class.
In modern society, rich people gain wealth at the expense of the poor.
Being a business owner requires its own form of hard labor, toils and tribulations which justify his/her own reception of profit.
In many cases, property not put to good use should be available for use by those who truly need it.
“From each according to their abilities to each according to their needs” is a fundamentally good idea.
A government which refuses to provide for everyone is an inherently violent entity. For this reason it has no right to exist in its current state.
The existence of billionaires and millionaires is the result of individuals essentially hoarding wealth from others.
The richest and most powerful among us are driving this country and environment to ruin, not leading any sort of push forward.
Labour is the superior of capital, and deserves much the higher consideration.
Big business has been reduced to an "oppressed minority" through spiteful state action.
Labour does not decide the value of a product. Worth is decided subjectively by the consumer and on a case-by-case basis.
Vigilantism within a community is an often preferable solution to crime than sentencing by the state.
Positions of power tend to attract those most likely to want to acquire power and most adept at doing so—people who are ambitious and unprincipled.
In the event of a standing military, participation should be made strictly voluntary.
Neither atheism nor religion should be enforced by the state.
“The common good” is an unattainable goal for any governing body. The legislative pursuit of it is narrow and short-sighted.
Individual liberties should be held higher in priority than the pursuit of public safety.
Any group enacted to preserve the "order" of a state by force is inherently criminal in nature.
There are alternatives that can fairly and effectively regulate organisations just as well as (if not better than) the government.
It is better not to think about actions in terms of legality or illegality but other standards of utility to oneself or others.
Any group of people is capable of abusing the state, and as such it should be relied on as little as possible.
Criminal penalties should be used to discourage people from consuming chemical substances widely agreed to be harmful.
It is OK that some state officials are entrusted with guns and ammunition that we in-turn bar ourselves from owning.
The practice of eminent domain is necessary and proper so long as the state provides adequate compensation.
I am comfortable with our society’s reliance on law enforcement, a robust national defense, and other apparatuses of the state in protecting my livelihood.
There is a general necessity for authority within society.
Those who cite "freedom" in order to allow destructive behaviors are blindly overlooking the usefulness of the state as a tool for promoting purity.
The regulation of communications is necessary as to prevent the spread of views which promote the undermining of the state.
The state is needed in order to protect liberty from delving into chaos.
I have faith in the capacity of the state and its collective intelligence to handle complex matters like monitoring the transfer of labour/products over national boundaries.
Individuals who make the job of police more difficult usually get what's coming to them.
Uncertainty, change, and risk are negative and should be suppressed.
Vigorous social authority—embodied in the family, the religious congregation, and other mediating institutions—is a bedrock of the good society.
Moral degeneracy is a rising issue within our society that needs to be fixed.
Society was better many years ago than it is now.
Mixing a wide range of ethnicities usually leads to chaos and destruction.
Straying from traditional gender role itself is a large source of mental instability.
A cabal of outsiders is undermining the western world.
Abstinence should be encouraged over contraception as a method of preserving the true nature of a sexual act.
Support for our military, troops, country, and flag, should not be subject to political debate.
"Patriarchy" as the left refers to it is really a desirable trait.
It’s perfectly OK for individuals to define their own roles and identities without regard to gender expectations.
Two consenting individuals should be able to do whatever they want with each other, even if it makes me uncomfortable.
The human body is much too sexualized for what it truly is, which naturally resembles art more than it does obscenity.
America is a nation of immigrants, and therefore should accept all migrants, regardless of nation.
Doing away with certain traditions will be beneficial for future generations.
Systematic oppression of racial and gender minorities is still present within our society.
Abortion is in no way comparable to the murder of a developed being.
In a racist society it is not enough to be non-racist, we must be anti-racist.
It is wrong that we live in a heteronormative society.
Because racism entails an imbalance of power, it is impossible to be racist against white people in a country like America.