"The Drive-Bys are in a fit of outrage over what happened to two of their kind in Ferguson, Missouri. It almost seems like they're more outraged over what happened to them than what happened to the young teenager named Brown."
"I don't think you can deny it, folks. The Drive-By Media tells us every day that we are supposed to trust the government with every aspect of our lives. Every aspect: health care, housing, food, you name it, except the cops and except the military."
"I think the media has decided it's time now to start promoting the Hillary candidacy for 2016. They figure Obama is done. He's not running again for sure."
"The conventional wisdom on Obama is that his foreign policy is do nothing and sit around and wait, see what happens."
"Media people are rightly concerned about journalists being arrested at that McDonald's in Ferguson. For as many times and as often as I complain about the lack of professionalism and the overall horrible job I think the mainstream journalists do today, I do not nevertheless believe that any of this is called for."
"Journalists are talking about 'a police state.' When? Who's running things? Who's running Ferguson? Who's running the country? Who's running all these things now when this police state and all these horrible things are happening? Who's in charge? What kind of thinking is allowing this to happen? Who is it that believes in an all-powerful Big Government behaving in manners like this?"
"We have a president who is bragging about executive orders and executive actions -- and if Congress won't act, he will. I submit to you that all of this sends a message, a subtle signal that the law, if it doesn't apply to some people, it doesn't apply at anybody."
"We have the government of this country actively suing states which attempt to enforce existing immigration law. Immigration law counts for nothing anymore."
"I didn't know that I was in the Monday Night Football booth. I must have been dreaming. Am I dreaming now and I'm gonna wake up and realize I was there and got fired there, too?"
"People believe everything they see on TV. They believe everything that's published, and when they're confronted with what they believe, they're not gonna accept it."
"There are many, many examples of the overreaching power of a state, in this case the federal government, which goes unnoticed, and it would be helpful if it were noticed and if it were reported on."
"America 2014 has some very odd ideas about conflict resolution and expectations and how a wrong is dealt with and so forth."
"The rule of law combined with the honor system is what has kept, for example, elected officials and law enforcement officials honest."
"We have a president who is bragging about executive orders and executive actions -- and if Congress won't act, he will. I submit to you that all of this sends a message, a subtle signal that the law, if it doesn't apply to some people, it doesn't apply to anybody."
"Your classic low-information voter: They do not know what they don't know, and they don't want to know what they don't know, because they think they know it all."
"There is news on the Robin Williams front. His wife has issued a statement saying he was in the early onset stages of Parkinson's Disease."
"When lawlessness happens to be celebrated by the media and laughed at because whoever's breaking the law gets away with it and wins politically in the process, I don't think it can help but send a signal to people."
"I know people so well. I just do."