Cullen Hightower Quotes
A day's pay for a day's work is more than adequate when both the work and the pay are appreciated as much as they are expected.
Adolescence is the period of life when we first become obsessed with trying to prove we are not a child-an obsession that can last a lifetime.
After our ages-long journey from savagery to civility, let's hope we haven't bought a round-trip ticket.
A good education prepares a child to be a good employee and a good citizen-in that order, with the importance of the former never exceeding the importance of the latter.
Every U.S. citizen owes allegiance to our nation. Some Americans consider that anything less than high treason is allegiance.
If television encouraged us to work as much as it encourages us to do everything else, we could better afford to buy more of everything it advertises.
One difference between savagery and civilization is a little courtesy. There's no telling what a lot of courtesy would do.
Only the poor can know all the disadvantages of poverty. Only the rich can know all the disadvantages of wealth.
Sometimes we deny being worthy of praise, hoping to generate an argument we would be pleased to lose.
The American way is the way most law-abiding Americans live - in debt. Does this make a balanced budget un-American?
The gratification of a thoughtless pleasure soon evaporates; the pleasure of a gratifying thought never ends.
The mistakes made by Congress wouldn't be so bad if the next Congress didn't keep trying to correct them.
We are all born equal-equally helpless and equally indebted to others for whatever our survival turns out to be worth.