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SummaryGeorge Will (born as George Frederick Will in Champaign, Illinois, U.S.) is a famous Journalist from USA, he is 75 years old and still alive, born May 4, 1941.
BiographyGeorge Frederick Will (born in Champaign, Illinois), is a journalist, writer and columnist for American, Pulitzer Prize winner and best known for his conservative comments. Son of a professor of philosophy at the University of Illinois, graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He was editor of National Review from 1972 to 1978, has been publishing a column in the Washington Post twice a week, which were reproduced in newspapers across the country. In 1976 he became a contributing editor to Newsweek. It's columns are reproduced in 450 newspapers linked to that union distributes.
Zodiac etc.He is born under the zodiac taurus, who is known for Security, Subtle strength, Appreciation, Instruction, Patience. Our collection contains 27 quotes who is written / told by George, under the main topics: Sports, Politics.
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Famous quotes by George Will (27)
"The nice part about being a pessimist is that you are constantly being either proven right or pleasantly surprised"
"Politicians fascinate because they constitute such a paradox; they are an elite that accomplishes mediocrity for the public good"
"A society that thinks the choice between ways of living is just a choice between equally eligible "lifestyles" turns universities into academic cafeterias offering junk food for the mind"
"Americans are overreaching; overreaching is the most admirable and most American of the many American excesses"
"A politician's words reveal less about what he thinks about his subject than what he thinks about his audience"
"Today more Americans are imprisoned for drug offenses than for property crimes"
"Being elected to Congress is regarded as being sent on a looting raid for one's friends"
"Baseball, it is said, is only a game. True. And the Grand Canyon is only a hole in Arizona. Not all holes, or games, are created equal"
"As advertising blather becomes the nation's normal idiom, language becomes printed noise"
"If your job is to leaven ordinary lives with elevating spectacle, be elevating or be gone"
"If you seek Hamilton's monument, look around. You are living in it. We honor Jefferson, but live in Hamilton's country, a mighty industrial nation with a strong central government"
"Pessimism is as American as apple pie - frozen apple pie with a slice of processed cheese"
"Football combines the two worst things about America: it is violence punctuated by committee meetings"
"Politics should share one purpose with religion: the steady emancipation of the individual through the education of his passions"
"Leadership is, among other things, the ability to inflict pain and get away with it - short-term pain for long-term gain"
"In the lexicon of the political class, the word "sacrifice" means that the citizens are supposed to mail even more of their income to Washington so that the political class will not have to sacrifice the pleasure of spending it"
"Some parents say it is toy guns that make boys warlike. But give a boy a rubber duck and he will seize its neck like the butt of a pistol and shout "Bang!""
"Look, three love affairs in history, are Abelard and Eloise, Romeo and Juliet and the American media and this President at the moment. But this doesn't matter over time. Reality will impinge. If his programs work, he's fine. If it doesn't work, all of the adulation of journalists in the world won't matter"