The 20th century, among its various disgraces, managed to give both “science” and “rationality” a bad name.
If a common tactic never works, it’s not supposed to.
Every new law represents a new opportunity to report our neighbors anonymously to the authorities.
The paean to independence of mind is the infallible sign of the crackpot.
Sex was a lot better in the movies when they weren’t allowed to show it.
We try to convince ourselves that villains are unhappy: it should be enough to know that they are bad.
There may be no stupid questions, but my God, the answers!
Censorship, under more competent rule, would indicate something worth reading.
A few facts about an artist’s life can, if you’re not careful, spoil his work for good.
Americans are ruled by a government that intrudes in every conceivable matter yet cannot count its population, its votes, or its dead.