"If you're sitting out there thinking that this indictment of Rick Perry for exercising the constitutional aspect of a veto is a farce and a joke, you need to stop, because it's neither. It's not a farce, and it's not a joke, and isn't funny, especially for him."
"I've got no dog in the fight in Ferguson. I think I'm like anybody else. I hate seeing all it is, but I'm not gonna sit around here and join this chorus of people thinking, 'We've gotta understand the rage. We gotta back off.'"
"So many myths, ladies and gentlemen, are on display each and every day in this country, so many myths. And the myths are what make up the daily Drive-By news agenda, and that is the daily news agenda of the Democrat Party."
"The attempt to criminalize the opposition has been a tactical effort of the Democrat Party and the American left for the last 25 or 30 years. It is done in large part because the left knows they cannot defeat conservatives and Republicans in a, quote, unquote, fair fight in the arena of public ideas. They just can't do it."
"The cop just didn't randomly pull the gun and start firing, although the myth wants you to believe that. The myth wants you to believe the cop, just because the suspect was black and big, felt frightened, felt scared -- 'cause the cop's racist, don't you know?"
"The myth that is driving what happened in St. Louis is that white cops shoot black kids all the time. That is the myth. That is the image being created. That is the purpose of all the coverage. The truth of the matter is, it is rare."
"So after all of this talk about the police being too militarized, what does the governor do? He calls out the National Guard. It's the military. And you know what else? He didn't tell Obama. Nixon didn't tell Obama. Somehow that's big news."
"What's dead serious about this Rick Perry indictment is the Democrat Party and their ongoing effort to criminalize political differences or opposition."
"Once again a video is being blamed for all the problems. First the video on Benghazi, now a video in St. Louis."
"There are stages that you are gonna go through with golf. There's the addict phase or stage where you will play as often as you can, and you will take lessons and you will buy clubs and you will do all this stuff. And you will get frustrated and you will get mad and you will wonder why you're doing it and you'll think, 'They ought to punish prisoners by making 'em play this game!'"