Literary talent consists largely in pronouncing sonorous absurdities with absolute conviction.
The government can be a great deal worse than the populace, but no better.
There is a special reverence for literature found only in those who have spent their whole lives watching television.
An unending series of plausible occurrences is impossible in life, and insisted on in fiction.
Religion will persist forever because of reality’s stubborn refusal to accord with our primitive notions of justice.
Nothing offends like efficacy.
Regulation exists to manufacture non-compliance.
If a rule is required, then its outcomes will be imperfect.
Having life too easy dissipates more promise in America than having it too hard.
Hair length strongly correlates with silliness in women over 40.