Good requires the willingness, now and then, to look bad.
Populism is mostly the desire for better elites.
Loyalty is two-thirds sloth and one-third poor alternatives.
No government censors so rigorously as a mob.
Both sides are always guilty, and never equally guilty.
Feelings can be every bit as wrong as thoughts.
An ounce of exit is worth a pound of voice.
The great political divide is not between left and right, populist and elitist, or authoritarian and libertarian. It is between people who are consumed by politics and people who are sane.
Respectable opinion is a sandbox, and it is the children who play at its edges who guard it most zealously from the children who are not allowed to play at all.
We search for truths, and find equilibria.