Endanger Related Quotes

In nature we find not only that which is expedient, but also everything which is not so inexpedient as to endanger the existence of the species.

Konrad Lorenz

There are no innocents in Gaza, don't let any diplomats who want to look good in the world endanger your lives - mow them down!

Michael Ben-ari

There is a barbarism in the American soul, and we must protect some of it by law. To root it out is to endanger our lives on the one hand, and our liberty on the other.

Charlie Pierce

The British Museum was founded with a civic purpose: to allow the citizen, through reasoned inquiry and comparison, to resist the certainties that endanger free society and are still among the greatest threats to our liberty.

Neil Macgregor

He and I had a bridge that no one else traveled that made us artistic lovers, passionate without a touch of the flesh. He made me thrive, and valuing that, I could do nothing that would endanger it.

Susan Vreeland

Telescopes and binoculars endanger the ever-distant sublime.

Mason Cooley

It is the hard-boiled employer, not the soft-hearted species, that incites most of our strikes and does most ot endanger the harmonious progress of democracy.

B. C. Forbes

“No protracted war can fail to endanger the freedom of a democratic country.”

Alexis De Tocqueville

Mercury emissions will continue to harm the environment and to endanger the health of children and pregnant women, until this Administration puts public health before politics.

Mark Dayton

Do not needlessly endanger your lives until I give you the signal.

Dwight D. Eisenhower