• The nice part about being a pessimist is that you are constantly being either proven right or pleasantly surprised

    George F. Will
  • National Review's premise was that conformity was especially egregious among the intellectuals, that herd of independent minds

    George F. Will
  • In this snug, over-safe corner of the world… we may realize that our comfortable routine is no eternal necessity of things, but merely a little space of calm in the midst of the tempestuous, untamed and streaming world

    George F. Will
  • In this age of 'whatever,' Americans are becoming slaves to the new tyranny of nonchalance. " James Morris

    George F. Will
  • People who have nothing much in mind for next week speak instead about the next century or millennium

    George F. Will
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