Noam Chomsky Quotes
I don't know what it means to say that 'the internet should have a voice in Washington'.
It is true that classical libertarian thought is opposed to state intervention in social life, as a consequence of deeper assumptions about the human need for liberty, diversity, and free association.
In some respects, South African apartheid was more vicious than Israeli practices, and in some respects the opposite is true.
Blacks have no rights - in fact they were three - fifths human according to the constitution to give slave owners more voting rights. So that's African Americans.
In the United States everyone is an illegal immigrant - everyone except the people in Indian Reservations. This is an immigrant society.
Capitalism denies the right to live. You have only the right to remain on the labour market.
Censorship is never over for those who have experienced it. It is a brand on the imagination that affects the individual who has suffered it, forever.
The United States invaded Iraq to gain control of one of the major sources of the world's energy.
I don't see any possibility of Britain and the U.S. allowing a sovereign independent Iraq; that's almost inconceivable.
I pretend no originality in observing that mass education was motivated in part by the perceived need to "educate them to keep them from our throats," to borrow Ralph Waldo Emerson's parody of elite fears that inspired early advocates of public mass education.