Aphorism: half banality, half untruth.
Impossible to love our neighbor as ourselves: conceivable to doubt ourselves as our neighbor.
The arc of the eligible-voter universe bends toward fecklessness.
The common enemy that cements the bonds of the squadron in war is, in theory, the opposing army; in practice it is the brass.
To pretend that everybody rules is the shortest way to get your hands on everybody’s stuff.
Censorship is the appropriate punishment for writing that the censor understands.
Unwanted attention: What men give other women.
Conversation gets especially high praise from people who never shut up.
There are two kinds of philosophers: those who begin with the conclusions, and fill in with egregious reasoning; and those who begin with the reasoning, and arrive at egregious conclusions.
Some men I would trust with my life, others with returning a borrowed book, almost none with both.