“You can always debate about what you should have done.
The question is what are you going to do?”
-Hubert H. Humphrey

“Public sentiment is everything.
With it you can accomplish almost anything.”
-Abraham Lincoln

“Be careful when you follow the masses.
Sometimes the “M” is silent.”
-sign in El Arroyo Restaurant, Austin, Texas

“The brave have many admirers,
And the kind, a life filled with family and friends,
The wise understand the frailty of human nature and
The breadth of the company they keep,
Only the bully must live, alone, with his cowardice.”
-Rep. Adam Schiff

“Well behaved women rarely make history; express yourself.”
-Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez,
Lockwood shop in Jackson Heights

“Seek the truth and speak the truth.”
-Dan Coats, Director of National Intelligence, 1/29/19

“In my country, the people can do as they like, although it often happens that they don’t like what they have done.”
-Winston Churchill, 1946

“It changes your perception on reality…It would make us feel part of planet Earth as a civilization rather than individual countries.”
-Avi Loeb, Harvard Astronomer

“This job is absolutely maddening. We are spending all of our time simply trying to avert disaster and maintain the status quo. I don’t know why anybody would want to run for Congress if all you do is try to convince the President to not hurt the country.”
-Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT)

“Modern politics isn’t built for a let’s-wait-and-see-what-all-the-facts-reveal approach to events. It’s built to incentivize whoever has the first and toughest (and most memorable) quote, even if the facts ultimately undermine it.”
-Chris Cillizza, 2/18/19

“Your occasional reminder that our current president lies as easy as you and I breathe air. Every day all day, reflexively.”
-Lin-Manuel Miranda