Complaining about a problem without posing a solution is called whining.
I would rather go out of politics having the feeling that I had done what was right than stay in with the approval of all men, knowing in my heart that I have acted as I ought not to.
If I must choose between righteousness and peace, I choose righteousness.
I do not think partisanship should ever obscure the truth.
Any man who has met with success, if he will be frank with himself, must admit that there has been a big element of fortune in the success.
The reader, the booklover, must meet his own needs without paying too much attention to what his neighbors say those needs should be.