“I challenge Hillary…”
Did you know Howard Stern is so pro-Israel?
She’s also a UT staff member.
“You have a small population of Jewish people in America, but they’re the most powerful.”
“I felt this necessity to live a spiritual life, because I only had an emotional life and physical life not spiritual and it was missing.”
“Can I ask you a question about guns?”
“They just want to do their job and yet all this hatred is coming at them.”
Police are calling it a “justifiable homicide.”
“And that isn’t just my opinion.”
“Christians who had been taken captive and remained in the city had four options …”
“I’m not going anywhere. I’m leading every poll. I’m going to win, and I’m going to make our country great again.”
“We can have a broader discussion about faith in public life that does not revolve around really hot-button policy issues.”
“They were only laughing and smiling.”
“This is a much more benign way of managing populations.”
“Calculation sort of sounds crass, but I guess that’s what it is.”
“If you had the opportunity to meet with him, what would you say?”
“The Highway Patrol was also very concerned that having it in the middle of the day could lead to having demonstrations of some kind.”
“But we haven’t gotten much further than that.”
“I guess my question to you is, which is it?”
Nobel prize in medicine awarded to three scientists for work on parastic diseases.
“That’s a pretty serious crime.”
“I have a legal right.”
“We’re killing babies all over the place.”
“I mean, quid pro quo.”
“I think you should drop out of the race.”
“He has strange ideas…”
“I told you, you don’t touch my boss.”
“Floating island of fire ants.”
“Westboro Baptist Church needs Jesus.”
One moderate presidential candidate accidentally gave the perfect summary of the conservative position on gun crime.
“We are blessed…”
“My success in Hell is assured.”
“Trolling level: getting audited by the IRS”
“There are things we’re not allowed to have.”
Students and staff were asked to shelter in place while police searched the campus.
“We feel like that the freedom of our students to express themselves will hold up in a court of law.”
“Can’t leave it in officials hands.”
“Liberal Americans who want all kinds of regulations are being irrational.”
“Since you’re always sweating…”
“Where does it end?”
“Treat all individuals they come in contact with dignity and respect.”
John Lennon, born 75 years ago on Oct. 9, 1940, was a vocal anti-war activist and a high-profile example of the lengths to which the U.S. government will go to persecute those who dare to challenge its authority.
“The answer to that is …”
“I’m looking right into the camera and I’ll say it again…”