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When it comes to scaring the bourgeoisie into showing up at the polls, nothing works better than negative advertising.
The public understands that the government is broke, but many still don’t want to cut programs they enjoy or depend on.
I am really only interested in new information, not freelance opinion. I don’t really care what you think off the top of your head.
In the absence of evidence, superstition. It’s a Middle Ages thing. That’s my theory anyway.
I’m Christian. I’ve made mistakes. I believe fervently in second chances.
I’m not uncomfortable around guns – I’ve hunted for most of my life – but bringing them on stories is considered taboo.
If you want another world war, run up unsustainable debts.
Animals shouldn’t be mistreated.
I’m not much of an economic conservative, and I’m not conservative at all on foreign policy.
Billy Tauzin is one of the most interesting people in Washington. He is smart, funny, and interesting.
I was up late last night yapping about the elections on CNN and up early this morning doing the same thing in my daughter‘s kindergarten class.
You can look different but have the same values. That’s not diversity; it’s conformity.
Get-educated-quick schemes are usually about as sound as subprime mortgage-backed securities: Enticing but basically fraudulent.
Journalists typically don’t carry weapons, even in war zones, for fear of compromising their status as neutral observers. If you’re armed, the theory goes, other armed people will consider you a target.
The second you feel a political imperative, it destroys your art.
I like women.
Intelligence is not a moral category.
Trump is, in part, a reaction to the intellectual corruption of the Republican Party. That ought to be obvious to his critics, yet somehow it isn’t.
It is nice to be around people who think differently than you. They challenge your ideas and keep you from being complacent.
There are legitimate, even powerful arguments, to be made against the Bush administration‘s foreign policy. But those arguments are complicated, hard to explain, and, in the end, not all that sensational.
Carrying an automatic weapon in a Third World country beyond the easy reach of higher authority? The job description is like a bug light to borderline personalities.
Apart from its dangers, much of Iraq isn’t very interesting to look at. The landscape is flat and dun colored. The dirt just beyond the highway is littered with hunks of twisted and mangled metal, some of it the detritus of wars, some of it just unclaimed junk. The countryside looks muddy and broken.
I’d rather have dinner with Don King than with Mark Furhman. But then, I’m American. I have no perspective.
The rapid growth of prenatal testing has had some undeniably positive effects: A woman who knows she will bear a child with a handicap can plan to deliver in a hospital equipped for risky births. And many couples prefer the opportunity to prepare psychologically for the work of raising a disabled child.
Like everyone else, rich people respond to incentives.
Children born with Down Syndrome are not vegetables, nor are their lives demonstrably not worth living.
Speaking fluent English – like doing long division or successfully rewiring a 220-volt electrical outlet – is not a skill you’re born with. It’s something you learn, occasionally even by opening some old dictionary.
I have no time for political hacks who say things they don’t believe because they get paid to.
No agency is more acutely aware of how potentially damning and politically sensitive background investigations can be than the FBI; it conducts those investigations, after all.