There’s no point in betting what both parties can readily afford to lose.
There are always things you can’t say. Repression is measured by how many obviously true things you can’t say.
We used to suspect that our friends and neighbors were mad, and now, thanks to modern technology, we know they are.
Fascism is often confused with a shave, haircut, and shoeshine.
If you’re going to read only one book on a subject, don’t bother.
No means no — or yes, or maybe, or later, or never, depending.
It’s surface all the way down.
The idealist wants extra credit for the wrong answer.
First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win, and then they block you.
“Kill ’em all and let God sort ’em out” would be a fine description of communism except that it is atheistic, and thus the dead go unsorted.