I'm an immigrant and I've always wanted to write something about America.
I have never spent a day in my adult life where I didn't learn something, and if there is a born-again quality to me, that's it.
I don't think a reporter should give advice or make predictions.
Illegal immigrants have been a problem in America for hundreds of years...Just ask any Indian.
If you tailor your news viewing so that you only get one point of view, well of course you're going to think somebody else has got a different point of view, and it may be wrong.
I'm a reporter. I'm not a scholar.
I think it's impossible for any of us not to find television, and the political process at its best on television, compelling.
Do we elect a man because of what he stands for, because of where he stands on the issues, because how he makes the nation feel?
There's no such thing as an independent person.
Do you think in many ways, sir, you're the victim of circumstance now?
As a journalist, one tends to think there's nothing off limits
Do I think I was put here on earth to be a journalist and to seek truth? No, I don't.
I've always shied away from conventional wisdom, though I know the power of it.
I've always been very zealous about not invading other people's private spaces.
I have gone through a period of seeking to understand what or how strong or what are the connections I have to God.
I'm a big fan of CNN. I watched it from the beginning.
I think I am very mainstream - I'm committed to good works in my life.
I think sometimes negative campaigning, like so much, is in the eye of the beholder, and I don't think we'll ever get rid of it.
There will be good days and bad, which means that some days I may be cranky and some days really cranky!
[President Bush should] quit hiding behind the Secret Service, come out and face the nation and explain his failure to protect the country.
Patriotism is (like) loving your family whether it is good or bad, while always striving to make it better. Nationalism simply insists 'Hey my family is the best'..
Scholars will argue with each other about everything.
It is essential for politicians to make a connection with us, as Franklin Roosevelt did, as Teddy Roosevelt did, as John F. Kennedy did, as Ronald Reagan did.
We have been through a period where we see power leaching away from Washington. Who is more important in the world today: Bill Clinton or Bill Gates? I don't know.
There's a whole industry of conservatives saying, 'Ah, it's those damn liberals,' and a whole group of liberals saying, 'It's all those damn conservatives.'...
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