|#9851||The distinction between Freedom and Liberty is not accurately known;|
naturalists have been unable to find a living specimen of either.
-- Ambrose Bierce
|#9852||The doctrine of human equality reposes on this: that there is no man|
really clever who has not found that he is stupid.
-- Gilbert K. Chesterson
|#9853||The end move in politics is always to pick up a gun.|
-- Buckminster Fuller
|#9854||The eyes of taxes are upon you.|
|#9855||The fact that an opinion has been widely held is no evidence that it is not|
utterly absurd; indeed, in view of the silliness of the majority of mankind,
a widespread belief is more often likely to be foolish than sensible.
-- Bertrand Russell, in "Marriage and Morals", 1929
|#9856||The fact that people are poor or discriminated against doesn't necessarily|
endow them with any special qualities of justice, nobility, charity or
-- Saul Alinsky
|#9857||The famous politician was trying to save both his faces.|
|#9858||The fashionable drawing rooms of London have always been happy to accept|
outsiders -- if only on their own, albeit undemanding terms. That is to
say, artists, so long as they are not too talented, men of humble birth,
so long as they have since amassed several million pounds, and socialists
so long as they are Tories.
-- Christopher Booker
|#9859||The first duty of a revolutionary is to get away with it.|
-- Abbie Hoffman
|#9860||The founding fathers tried to set up a judicial system where the accused|
received a fair trial, not a system to insure an acquittal on technicalities.
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