“The line was once that the Sun literally never set on the British Empire; but now very comes the prospect that, figuratively, the Brits may experience their very own a solar eclipse for some time to come.” — Clyde Peterson, Houston.
“Never lose your temper with the press or the public is a major rule of political life.” — Dame Christabel Pankhurst, English suffragist (1880-1958).
“Michael Cohen is suing the Trump Organization for nearly $2 million in legal fees he says he is owed. Guess who’s gonna have to sit by himself at the next Trump Organization reunion.” — Clyde Peterson.
“What some call health, if purchased by perpetual anxiety about diet, isn’t much better than tedious disease.” — Alexander Pope, English poet (1688-1744).
“At the rate they’re going the number of Democrats running for the 2020 presidential nomination will soon exceed the nation’s general population figure by something like six to eight dozen.” — Clyde Peterson.
“If merely ‘feeling good’ could decide, drunkenness would be the supremely valid human experience.” — William James, American psychologist (1842-1910).
“Was never ever a fan of those overwrought, overdramatized, lowbrow, dimwitted and infantile TV soap operas … and then everyday politics became one.” — Clyde Peterson.