“The most powerful weapon in a good defense is not a single-minded determination to fight the truth, but rather the willingness to fight for truth and truth alone.
The most powerful and useful weapon is not an army but the willingness and capacity to understand the enemy’s tactics, plan, and doctrine, to be prepared to respond to them, and to recognize their vulnerabilities.
The weapon of choice for those seeking to protect their family, friends, or country from the dangers posed by foreign enemies is not firepower but the ability to understand their weaknesses and weaknesses well.”–Brooke Shields, author of The Beauty and the Burden: The Unsettling Tale of America’s War on Drugs article “If the government’s position is that a single mother, working two jobs, and raising three children cannot afford to buy her own home, then I guess I have no choice but to accept the fact that my home is not worth anything.
But I’m not going to let that make me a liar.
I’m going to stand up and say that my family has a right to a home, and if they don’t, I’ll go buy one.”–Jane Sanders, wife of Bernie Sanders, Democratic presidential candidate, to The Associated Press article “It is the first thing that I have to say, I was not aware that you could be in the middle of a police chase, and you could not be wearing your seat belt.
It is an incredible privilege to be able to be in front of the cameras and to have that voice of reason and wisdom being heard by the people of this country.
You can’t go back to what you did in the 1960s.”–Sen. Bernie Sanders to The New York Times article “My family has never had a problem with the police.
Our kids are safe.
Our neighbors are safe, our neighbors are not going crazy, our kids are not in danger.
My daughter’s favorite song is ‘The Sound of My Heart.’
I have a great relationship with my children, and I think we have a wonderful relationship.”–Jeb Bush to Fox News host Sean Hannity, June 5, 2019 article “I am not sure if there’s an easier way to tell the truth about what happened in Charleston than through a politician.
And I think it’s just one thing to be honest and honest about it, and it’s another thing to stand by your convictions and be consistent in your beliefs.”–Gov.
John Kasich to reporters, June 8, 2019 “We have the ability now to make sure that all of our citizens are treated fairly.
And that includes the African American community.”–Senator Cory Booker to reporters at a news conference, June 14, 2019