It is difficult to hear those who can’t speak for themselves over the din of those who presume to speak for them.
Democracy dies at scale.
Unable to reach the grapes, we conclude first that they are sour; and later, after meditating deeply, that sweetness is not worth having.
Social justice is to justice what social science is to science.
Intolerance, n. Insufficient deference to received opinion.
Things are so much as they seem that good-looking people really are more virtuous.
Good artists steal, great artists are stolen from.
conspiracy : party :: cult : church
We glimpse ourselves only when we gaze at something else.
Public schooling profits only that narrow band of students, neither clever nor dim, from which all future public schoolteachers will be drawn.