“American institutions rest solely on good citizenship. . . . New arrivals should be limited to our capacity to absorb them into the ranks of good citizenship.”
– President Calvin Coolidge, 1923
Hearing Dr. Benjamin Carson, during the Prayer Breakfast – yes, I watched it in real time – I couldn’t help but compare his frank wisdom to that of Calvin Coolidge.
“Let’s just say that if you hear the name ‘Homer’ and immediately think ‘Simpson,’ you’re part of the problem.” – Robert Tracinski