You think your political opponents are unqualified to vote, they think the same of you, and you’re both right.
There are men who believe in a government of laws, not men; but they are not the men who govern.
Anybody can equivocate; ambiguity takes talent.
Parade, n. Mob in waiting.
One obtains a reputation for prophecy by predicting what is already happening that no one else has noticed.
Gods and churches don’t make religions; they contain them.
To imagine oneself rejected on the basis of race, sex, or creed must be a great comfort, pushing away, as it does, the idea of more personal rejection.
An unexpected consequence of social media has been to make public begging respectable.
Most things are too big, and the bigger they get the worse they are.
About a century ago “poet” became a polite term for half-wit, and then it was “artist”, and it will be “scientist” sooner than you think.