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McCutcheon v. FEC: Oral Arguments 10/8/13 (No. 12-536) - The Supreme Court of the United States

... are going to say: What do you mean we can't say who we want to give money to; we have a right to do that. [JUSTICE SCALIA] General Verrilli, it seems to me -- it seems to me fanciful to think that ...

Panama Refining Co. v. Ryan - The Supreme Court of the United States

... Court sustained the provision upon the authority of Field v. Clark, supra, repeating with approval what was there said, ? that "What the President was required to do was merely in execution of the act of Congress." Id., pp. 409-411. Thus ...

State of the Union 1995 - Bill Clinton

... of the people who were here then, many of whom didn't return, we did cut the deficit. We began to do what others said would not be done. We cut the deficit by over $600 billion, about $10,000 for ...

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State of the Union 2000 - Bill Clinton

... 't know where it's going. All we can do is decide what we're going to do. But when all is said and done, we need to know we did everything we possibly could to maximize the chance that China will ...

Essays of Michel de Montaigne (Chap. 3.12) - Michel de Montaigne

... , they hanged themselves. If any one shall think that, amongst so many other examples that I had to choose out of in the sayings of Socrates for my present purpose, I have made an ill choice of this, and shall ...

You Don't Need A Weatherman To Know Which Way The Wind Blows - Weather Underground

... the struggles of Third World people, rather than merely joining fights to improve material conditions, even though these fights are certainly justified. This is not to say that we don't take immediate fights seriously, or fight hard in them, but ...

The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates - John Milton

... other, receav'd Allegeance from the people, that is to say, bond or Covnant to obey them in execution of those Lawes which they the people had themselves made, or assented to. And this ofttimes with express warning, that if the ...

Laches (Full Text) - Plato

... not be lazy? LACHES Certainly, he should. SOCRATES And shall we invite Nicias to join us? he may be better at the sport than we are. What do you say? LACHES I should like that. SOCRATES Come then, Nicias, and do ...

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Symposium (Full Text) - Plato

... side by side and to say to them, ?What do you people want of one another?? they would be unable to explain. And suppose further, that when he saw their perplexity he said: ?Do you desire to be wholly one ...

The Metaphysical Elements of Ethics (Introduction) - Immanuel Kant

... means of the respect which we have for it. To have a duty to this, therefore, would be as much as to say to be bound in duty to have a duty. When, therefore, it is said: "Man has a duty of self ...

State of the Union 1834 - Andrew Jackson (US President)

... which an enemy will aim to assail us, and unless we are prepared to meet him on this element we can not be said to possess the power requisite to repel or prevent aggressions. We can not, therefore, watch with ...

Colasterion - John Milton

... be between those whose mindes cannot bee sociable. But what should a man say more to a snout in this pickle, what language can be low and degenerat anough? The fourth Argument which I had, was, that Mariage beeing a Covnant, the very beeing ...

The Dawn of Day (Book III) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... , and a Republican into the bargain? Perhaps not: perhaps I must not even recall what Niebuhr in his time dared to say to the Germans: that no one had made such an impression of true greatness upon him as Carnot. 168. A Model ...

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Civil Rights Cases - The Supreme Court of the United States

... attempt would have been sustained. We do not say that the remedy provided was the only one that might have been provided in that case. Probably Congress had power to pass a law giving to the courts of the United States ...

The Laws (Part 3) - Plato

... us consider one of them, that which was caused by the famous deluge. [Cleinias] What are we to observe about it? [Athenian] I mean to say that those who then escaped would only be hill shepherds,?small sparks of the human ...

The Shining - Stanley Kubrick

... from my interview, it was as though I had been here before. We...we all have moments of deja vu, but this was ridiculous. It was almost as though I knew what was going to be around every corner. Ooohhhhh... WENDY laughs ...

Book of the Stranger - Game of Thrones

... intently at BRIENNE. BRIENNE looks away. TORMUND smiles. DOLOROUS EDD notices their interaction. DOLOROUS EDD (to SANSA): Sorry about the food. It?s not what we?re known for. SANSA: That?s all right. There are more important things. A Night's Watchman enters ...

State of the Union 1839 - Martin Van Buren

... United States.    The financial operations of the Government during the present year have, I am happy to say, been very successful. The difficulties under which the Treasury Department has labored, from known defects ...

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The Dawn of Day (Book II) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... within me would have had leisure to conceive and to comment upon this incident. What are our experiences, then? Much more what we attribute to them than what they really are. Or should we perhaps say that nothing is contained ...

Jones v. Flowers - The Supreme Court of the United States

... returned that Jones was "no better off than if the notice had never been sent." Malone, 614 A. 2d, at 37. Deciding to take no further action is not what someone "desirous of actually informing" Jones would do; such a person would ...

McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission - The Supreme Court of the United States

... dissent's view, it is perfectly fine to contribute $5,200 to nine candidates but somehow corrupt to give the same amount to a tenth. It is fair to say, as Justice Stevens has, "that we have not always spoken about corruption in ...

Light in August (Chapter 11) - William Faulkner

... sight had begun to fail. He did not distinguish his son's face until the buckboard had stopped and the sisters had billowed shrieking through the door. Then Calvin rose; he gave a long, booming shout. ?Well,? Nathaniel said; ?here we are ...

Arabian Nights,Vol. 2 (Chap. 1) - Richard F. Burton

... heard from within Nur al-Din Ali's voice and had said to herself, "O would Heaven I saw what like is this youth against whom the Wazir warned me, saying that he hath not left a virgin in the neighbourhood without taking her ...

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Life Of Pelopidas - Plutarch

... receiving the letter, he put it under his pillow, and returned to what he had been speaking of with Phillidas, and these words of his are a proverb to this day amongst the Greeks. Now when the opportunity seemed convenient for ...

Life Of Themistocles - Plutarch

... by many, seeing himself splendidly served at his table, turned to his children and said, "Children, we had been undone if we had not been undone." Most writers say that he had three cities given him, Magnesia, Myus, and Lampsacus ...

The Bells - Game of Thrones

... all of us. They say every time a Targaryen is born, the gods toss a coin and the world holds its breath. JON: We're not much for riddles where I'm from. VARYS: We both know what she's about to do. They pause ...

State of the Union 1889 - Benjamin Harrison

... and associations of all persons on the civil-service lists. It is not too much to say, however, that some recent Congressional investigations have somewhat shaken public confidence in the impartiality of ...

State of the Union 1909 - William Howard Taft

... that in Federal courts, and without making invidious distinction it is perhaps not too much to say that, speaking generally, the defects are less in the Federal courts than in the State ...

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State of the Union 1859 - James Buchanan

... would be converted into mutual distrust and hostility.       But we are obliged as a Christian and moral nation to consider what would be the effect upon unhappy Africa itself if we should reopen the slave trade. This would give the trade ...

Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 1) - Martin Luther

... and upon others, upon the angels of heaven, if anyone should dare to preach any other gospel than Christ's own.          VERSE 9. As we said before, so say I now again. If any man preach          any other gospel unto you ...

The Readie and Easie Way - John Milton

... I should perhaps have said though I were sure I should have spoken only to trees and stones; and had none to cry to, but with the Prophet, O earth, earth, earth! to tell the very soil it self, what her perverse inhabitants are ...

DeFunis v. Odegaard - The Supreme Court of the United States

... own assessment taking all factors into accountit admitted minority applicants who would have been rejected had they been white. We have no choice but to evaluate the Law School's case as it has been made. IIIThe Equal Protection Clause did ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 5.2) - Thucydides

... two Argives perceiving that their proposal was agreeable, departed with a promise to send ambassadors to the Boeotians. On their arrival the Boeotians reported to the Boeotarchs what had been said to them at Lacedaemon and also by the Argives who ...

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Of the Motives of Pure Practical Reason (Chap. 1.3) - Immanuel Kant

... between freedom and the mechanism of nature in one and the same action, we must remember what was said in the Critique of Pure Reason, or what follows therefrom; viz., that the necessity of nature, which cannot co-exist with ...

Ethics; Book 9 - Aristotle

... they would not join them in any Action, because, as we said, they conceive this feeling of kindness Suddenly and so have but a superficial liking What it does seem to be is the starting point of a Friendship; just as Pleasure ...

The Mysterious Stranger and Other Stories (Chap. 8) - Mark Twain

... with horror, for if we had not meddled with her career she would have been spared this awful fate. Satan noticed these thoughts, and said:         "What you are thinking is strictly human-like?that is to say, foolish. The woman ...

Hour 2: Filibuster of the Confirmation of John Brennan - Senator Rand Paul

... should go off when we find that what we're - what is going on here is that it takes that much for him to say he's going to obey the law. Now, the President has said, don't worry because he ...

Life Of Marcus Cato - Plutarch

... what had happened. Manilius, also, who, according to the public expectation, would have been next consul, he threw out of the senate, because, in the presence of his daughter, and in open day, he had kissed his wife. He said ...

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Life Of Poplicola - Plutarch

... as one may presume must follow such a battle), and the armies laid to rest, they say that the grove shook, and uttered a voice, saying that the Tuscans had lost one man more than the Romans; clearly a divine announcement; and the ...

State of the Union 1883 - Chester A. Arthur

... National Government may lawfully interfere in the premises, and what, if any, supervision or control it ought to exercise, is one which merits your careful consideration.      While we cannot fail to recognize the importance of the vast railway systems of ...

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