Weekly Free Press

Famous quotes containing the words weekly, free and/or press:

    Vanity—has brought more virtues to an untimely end than any other vice.
    Anonymous, U.S. women’s magazine contributor. Weekly Visitor or Ladies Miscellany, p. 211 (April 1803)

    For I choose that my remembrances of him should be pleasing, affecting, religious. I will love him as a glorified friend, after the free way of friendship, and not pay him a stiff sign of respect, as men do to those whom they fear. A passage read from his discourses, a moving provocation to works like his, any act or meeting which tends to awaken a pure thought, a flow of love, an original design of virtue, I call a worthy, a true commemoration.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    My advice to any diplomat who wants to have a good press is to have two or three kids and a dog.
    Carl Rowan (b. 1925)