“If you’re in that position, don’t you just do something crazy and erratic? I don’t know, jump out of a plane and forget to open your parachute or something spectacular. [Instead], you go with your niece to a clinic in Switzerland and off yourself over frozen dinners?”
Video from the rehearsal
“We talked about this farmer battle in Nevada earlier this week. And initially, I was all over that story. I really thought this is crazy – of course they should be able to graze… And then we find out one little teeny key element of this story: He hasn’t paid his grazing fees for over 20 years.”
But do they have TheBlaze?
“You have got to stand now, or you will be forced forever to hold your piece. Are you willing to pledge your lives, your fortunes, and you sacred honor?”
“It’s exciting because what else do we have to pass onto our kids? We’re going to pass onto your kids a less free America? There’s no way. This is the 1770s all over again.”
“I hope the entire world sees the monster that we are turning into… You need to see how far America has gone off track. Please, run from us. We are becoming a global danger.”
“I don’t know about you. I’m sick and tired of seeing the flag at half-mast. I see it at half-staff all the time… Am I the only one that’s sick of that? Am I the only one that’s like, ‘Why?’ It’s absolutely not reasonable.”
“I think he’s a great example of: You are who you are, and you’re going to take it with you.”
Some friends and I were talking about JC Penney the other day and the changes they have made and how they seem to have forgotten who brought them to the party.
“You will come out high as a kite after hearing and seeing things you never dreamed”
WARNING: This article will take you five minutes to read. But if you are brave enough, it will haunt you for a very long time – until you become glassy eyed or break out and make your dent in the universe.
Wednesday’s morning meeting with Glenn and his producers.
“[W]e can only claim freedom as our future if we fight for it. And I was inspired thoroughly by my parents because I watched them fight for freedom from beyond the Iron Curtain against all odds. And they succeeded.”
“Percy Foreman was a very, very liberal criminal defense attorney. He was incredible in the courtroom, and when somebody started attacking his integrity, he stood up and said, ‘I object. He’s casting aspersions on my asparagus’… So I was using a Percy Foreman line from criminal trials back probably 50 years ago.”
“It’s an ugly, ugly exchange. Very awkward. And Joy Behar just looks bad, as usual.”
“The spite… These guys are the worst people I have met. This is not a guy who falls to his knees and says, ‘Lord, just help me.’ These are not people who are afraid.”
“It is the most racist, sexist thing I’ve ever seen. You want to talk about people who just don’t care? They don’t care about the facts. They don’t care about people. They don’t care what really happens.”