Quote of the Day:

Dana Perino

  • I get a choice every time I have to open my mouth: that it can be with civility and dignity and grace - or not.
  • New Year's Eve is a great time to think about making a resolution to change a behavior, improve upon a practice, or to start something new. Most people don't keep their resolutions very far into the year, but there's no reason to wait until Dec 31st to reboot.
  • Sarcasm is like cheap wine - it leaves a terrible aftertaste.
  • It's one of my favorite seasons of the year: Back to School. As a kid, I loved fresh school supplies, new outfits, the change of seasons, and the chance to crack open a new textbook.
  • A lot of people think that public speaking means that you are standing at a podium giving a speech, but public speaking comes in lots of different formats.
  • Good governance, safety, a chance to grow economically and professionally - those are important things.
  • I love road trips. If you haven't been on one in a while, it's time to put a trip on your calendar. Driving can help clear the cobwebs of your mind, and you can learn a lot about your fellow Americans while you're at it.
  • Millennials are the future of our country and of our political parties, and they shouldn't be unfairly characterized or labeled. They deserve to be heard.
  • Civility is a choice.
  • Never refuse a breath mint - you don't know why it's being offered.