There is so much to do, and I want to continue my efforts.
The law is very special to me.
What good is telling America's children that they will have equal opportunity for education if they don't have the skills that will even get them to the point of benefiting from education, because they didn't have the child care, the health care that would enable them to grow as strong and constructive human beings?
We must try to understand the true weight of law enforcement officers' burdens.
We must heal the divisions caused by intolerance and bigotry.
The Department of Justice transcends party because we're building on the Weed and Seed program.
I collected child support in Dade County, and they wrote a rap song about me, so the kids knew about it, and they started asking me questions about child support. What happens if she wastes the money? What happens if he doesn't pay? And I answered the questions.
Do and act on what you believe to be right, and you'll wake up the next morning feeling good about yourself.
Being a lawyer is not merely a vocation. It is a public trust, and each of us has an obligation to give back to our communities.
I think our young people are our most precious possession.
Though the Attorney General of the United States carries many responsibilities and undertakes many tasks, there can be none more important than the pursuit of civil rights on behalf of all the people of this country.
What we must do is to sit down together as reasonable people and make our government do what is right, and stop doing what may be wrong-headed or wasteful.
The president really shouldn't be involved in terms of dictating what course the investigation should take.
All lawyers are going to have to - if we really want to attain civil justice - address the issue of how complicated we have made the laws: what we have done to ensnarl the American people in bureaucratic rules and regulations that make access to services or compliance with the law sometimes difficult, if not impossible.
I think, clearly, where you have a situation in which the Solicitor General tells me, 'I cannot in good faith argue a certainly legal position,' and if the president told us to argue that position, we would have to tell him, 'No, we can't do that, Mr. President.'
A street criminal can steal only what he can carry, but with a stroke of a pen, the dialing of a telephone or the pushing of a computer key, the white collar criminal can and does steal billions.
The Bar Association can do so much in teaching people how to resolve conflicts without knives and guns and fists.
Anybody that thought that I tried to protect the president has forgotten that I asked for the expansion of the Monica Lewinsky matter.
Diversity is valued, and it is prized. We learn to appreciate each other and each other's struggles. From diversity, we draw our enormous and our lasting strength.
Too many Americans mistrust their government. And unnecessary government secrecy feeds this mistrust.
I just try to do my best and make the best judgments I can.