"This has always happened. We just finished a show on the Spanish-American War era, and Teddy Roosevelt is trying to tell people in the U.S. Congress who keep bringing up The Constitution, 'That might have been fine in the age of sail, but we live in the age of steam now. And all of a sudden Europe isn't that far away. And these oceans aren't protecting us as much as they used to.'
We've been dealing with that pretty much since minute one. So I think you can make that argument, 'We're in the age of drones now.' Either they're timeless and they're human rights and you're born with them, or as soon as things get dangerous enough, they're gone."
"If you want to know the scientific basis of atheism, you wanna talk to Richard Dawkins. If you want the historical and philosophical breakdown, you wanna talk to Sam Harris. If you want a modern day global feel of atheism, you talk to Christopher Hitchens. If you want a psychological breakdown of atheism, you talk to Daniel Dennett. If you want an atheist who dropped his cock in a blow-dryer, you talk to Penn Jillette."
"A long habit of not thinking a thing wrong, gives it a superficial appearance of being right, and raises at first a formidable outcry in defense of custom. But the tumult soon subsides. Time makes more converts than reason."
"The axis today is not liberal and conservative, the axis is constructive-destructive, and you've cast your lot with the destructive people. Fox has become an incredibly destructive force in our society. You can be better, and this is going to be your legacy if you're not careful."