What is privilege? A term — beloved by parents, nuns, schoolmarms, jailers — to describe what doesn’t belong to you, and can be revoked at any time without reason or warning.
There are worse ways to judge a government than if the trains run on time.
Love is often cured by acquaintance.
Capitalism is a daily exercise in getting what you want without knowing what you want.
Men and women both know what men want, and neither know what women want, yet in the end, it’s women who get what they want.
The conservative stands athwart history with a radar gun, handing out the occasional speeding ticket to make quota.
Do what you love for a living, and learn to hate it.
Knaves suffer fools gladly.
What matters is not the size of the lie but its endless repetition: we imagine a big lie is easier to swallow because there is no point in wasting the propaganda apparatus on a small one.
If you are stupid, you think your political opponents are evil, and if you are evil, you think they are stupid.