In City affairs, if there is no immediate enemy, there should at least be the appearance of one.
When one Revolutionist heard the proverb, “Mere assertion is no real proof,” he thought, “Even though it may be so in the City, it is good that the Bushes are so confined.”
There’s more to freedom than just not being locked up.
The simple survive,
the complex flourish.
Anyone who begins a sentence by saying, “Why, I can remember when…” should be let out of doors immediately before they can do further damage.