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There is nothing in the Constitution that authorizes or makes it the official duty of a president to have anything to do with criminal activities.
The President seems to extend executive privilege way out past the atmosphere. What he says is executive privilege is nothing but executive poppycock.
A leader is someone who helps improve the lives of other people.
Recalling an old magistrate's words to a young attorney, The rain it raineth on the just And also on the unjust fella; But chiefly on the just, because The unjust steals the just's umbrella.
Divine right went out with the American Revolution and doesn't belong to the White House aides. What meat do they eat that makes them grow so great?
I've always been worried about people who are willing to work for nothing. Sometimes that's all you get from them, nothing.
When religion controls government, political liberty dies; and when government controls religion, religious liberty perishes.
I believe in a wall between church and state so high that no one can climb over it.
A judicial activist is a judge who interprets the Constitution to mean what it would have said if he, instead of the Founding Fathers, had written it.
Political freedom cannot exist in any land where religion controls the state, and religious freedom cannot exist in any land where the state controls religion.
Humor makes our heavy burdens light and smoothes the rough spots in our pathways.
The Supreme Court has made God unconstitutional.
Government is contemptuous of true religion when it confiscates the taxes of Caesar to finance the things of God.
Polygraph tests are 20th-century witchcraft.
A school prayer amendment would confer upon public school boards a power the First Amendment now denies to Congress and the states, that is, the power to establish religion.