They call it progress, but they don’t say where it is going. –Faulkner
Nothing occurs except the heaping up of tyranny and insult from Washington by the meanest most cowardly and unprincipled lot of men ever assembled together to curse any people. –Mary Custis Lee, 1868
Nothing is more ruinous to a nation than the defective education of its populace. –Jefferson
Never believe anything until the government officially denies it. –Unknown
Truth ever on the scaffold, wrong ever on the throne. ?
Always make the audiencde suffer as much as possible. –Alfred Hitchcock
It is when people forget God that tyrants forge their chains. –Patrick Henry
There are two kinds of problem drinkers–too much and too little. –Churchill on Field Marshall Montgomery
He is in the army, the coward. –London lady during the Blitz, asked where her husband was.
It is better to have learned and lost than never to have learned at all. –Somerset Maugham
In a healthy society, the government fears the people rather than the people being afraid of the government. America seems to be getting less healthy day by day. –Clyde Wilson
The best way to avoid temptation is to avoid temptation. — Christian Cameron
If only Longstreet had . . . . O. Henry