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Thought For the Day: The Characteristic of A Well-Bred Man, Is To Converse With His Inferiors Without Insolence, and With His Superiors With Respect and Ease

“The characteristic of a well-bred man is, to converse with his inferiors without insolence, and with his superiors with respect and with ease.” – Lord Chesterfield, statesman and writer (22 Sep 1694-1773)

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Thought For the Day: Every Time I See an Adult on a Bicycle, I No Longer Despair for the Future of the Human Race

“Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the future of the human race.” -H.G. Wells, writer (21 Sep 1866-1946)

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Thought For the Day: The Real Destroyer of the Liberties of the People Is He Who Spread Among Them Bounties, Donations, and Benefits

“The real destroyer of the liberties of the people is he who spreads among them bounties, donations and benefits.” – -Greek Historian Lucius Mestrius Plutarchus

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Thought For the Day: Missing Context Is the Fact-Checker Euphemism for ‘This Claim Is Correct but We Don’t Want Anyone Screencapping This As Ammo

“‘Missing context’ is the fact-checker euphemism for ‘this claim is correct but we don’t want anyone screencapping this as ammo.’” – Noam Blum

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Thought For the Day: Individual Liberty Rapidly Decays Into Corruption and Anarchy Without A Meaningful Commitment To Personal Responsibility

“Individual liberty rapidly decays into corruption and anarchy without a meaningful commitment to personal responsibility based on our nation’s Judeo-Christian heritage. Traditional beliefs and values must therefore continue to serve as our touchstone and compass.” – Mark Alexander

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Thought For the Day: What Power Has Love But Forgiveness?

“What power has love but forgiveness?” – William Carlos Williams, poet (17 Sep 1883-1963)

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Thought For the Day: Evil Is Powerless If the Good Are Unafraid

“Evil is powerless if the good are unafraid.” – Ronald Reagan

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Thought For the Day: We Would Often Be Ashamed of Our Finest Actions If the World Understood All the Motives Which Produced Them

“We would often be ashamed of our finest actions if the world understood all the motives which produced them.” – Francois, Duc de La Rochefoucauld, writer (15 Sep 1613-1680)

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Thought For the Day: Freedom Means Trusting the American People and Equipping Them With Information To Assess Risks and Make the Best Decisions for Themselves and Their Families

“Instead of COVID-19 vaccine mandates, policymakers should focus on providing more clear and timely data on vaccine risks and benefits so Americans can make their own informed decisions along with the help of their doctors. Freedom means trusting the American … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: In A Perfect Union the Man and Woman Are Like A Strung Bow. Who Is To Say Whether the String Bends the Bow, Or the Bow Tightens the String?

“In a perfect union the man and woman are like a strung bow. Who is to say whether the string bends the bow, or the bow tightens the string?” -Cyril Connolly, critic and editor (10 Sep 1903-1974)

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