Every wrong seems possible today, and is accepted. I don’t accept it.
Marriage is … in its origin a contract of natural law … It is the parent, and not the child of society; the source of civility and a sort of seminary of the republic.
The worst forms of tyranny, or certainly the most successful ones, are not those we rail against but those that so insinuate themselves into the imagery of our consciousness, and the fabric of our lives, as not to be perceived as tyranny.
The serious threat to our democracy is not the existence of foreign totalitarian states. It is the existence within our own personal attitudes and within our own institutions of conditions which have given a victory to external authority. The battlefield is also accordingly here — within ourselves and our institutions.
There can be no compromise on basic principles. There can be no compromise on moral issues. There can be no compromise on matters of knowledge, of truth, of rational conviction.
Muslims are nature’s way of telling us that multiculturalism is a really bad idea.
I have traveled around the world, have lived on three different continents, and subsequently concluded that cultural relativism only lasts until you actually try living in a foreign culture.
Having federal officials — whether judges, bureaucrats, or congressmen — impose a new definition of marriage on the people is an act of social engineering profoundly hostile to liberty.
The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly is to fill the world with fools.