The expressed desire to hear the unvarnished truth is among the world’s most popular lies.
Irreverence, n. The state or quality of not knowing what one reveres.
One wonders what people who oppose eugenics think history is.
It turns out to be entirely possible to know where you’re going and not where you came from, and vice versa.
“Middle age” is the most optimistic phrase in the English language.
You can never have too many henchmen.
There is no job so simple that its performance can be measured.
Community college used to be high school with ashtrays, and then that was college, and then they took away the ashtrays.
No prejudice is worth having unless one regards it, at least privately, as a mature, objective judgment.
To the problem of different opinions political science offers two solutions, idealism and realism. Idealism: different opinions should not exist. Realism: different opinions do not exist.