Aside from the occasional genocide, oppression, evil and torture, etc., it is inarguable that public policy could be implemented more rapidly in an autocracy.— David Harsanyi
The most inspiring David Harsanyi quotes that may be undiscovered and unusual
A true fascist is anyone who wants to take away my air conditioning or force me to ride a bike.
Throughout the Old Testament, God warns his chosen people about the perils of assimilation, shiksappeal and false gods.
Common Core, the initiative that claims to more accurately measure K-12 student knowledge in English and math, also encourages children to step up their "critical thinking."
I believe that the war on drugs is a tragically misplaced use of resources - an immoral venture that produces far more suffering than it alleviates.
In summation, like your beloved pet rock, Twitter is useful only in your imagination.
The realization that you can't predict the future -- and mold it -- could only come as a shock to an academic.
Political correctness is one of the engines of nannyism.
Allowing and even encouraging offensive ideas is vital for the intellectually health of a free society.
'This is how democracy works,' Barack Obama lectured the country before giving everyone the specifics of his expansive one-man executive overreach on immigration. If you enjoy platitudinous straw men but are turned off by open debate and constitutional order, this speech was for you.
Obama acknowledges his overreach openly every time he argues that he intends to do the job of an obstinate Republican congress.
Most nanny-state initiatives begin on a local level.
Twitter's popularity and usefulness are mysteries to me.
Washington has a mysterious power to turn perfectly reasonable, wholesome, well-meaning human beings into equivocating crooked gasbags.
Are you sick and tired of these moralizing moralizers imposing their morality on the rest of us? I know I am.
The Founding Fathers worried that some common impulse of passion might lead many to subvert the rights of the few. It's a rational fear, one that is played out endlessly.
Ferguson argued that British involvement in World War I was unnecessary, far too costly in lives and money for any advantage gained, and a Pyrrhic victory that in many ways contributed to the end of the Empire.