"American" Sayings and Quotes
There were almost 11,000 American soldiers killed in Germany in April of 1945, the last full month of the war. That's almost as many as died in June, 1944. Right to the very end, it was absolutely brutal.
If anything, I don't have to convince the American public that we have a broken health-care system. I think the majority of Americans since they have to go through that health-care system, already know it.
My earliest memories are of watching 'Star Trek' and 'MASH' while my parents barbecued chicken in the back yard. I was an American kid, through and through.
I didn't fit in anywhere when I grew up, but I was always American, so to survive, I created this 'ideal America.' Finally I came to the U.S. and realised, 'Oh, I don't belong here, either.'
There's so much cynicism around in Britain, especially in the press. The American press might be naive, but at least you feel as if they're on your side.
We see some positive signs coming from our North American customers. The desire to move fast to 5G is certainly there.
My ancestors come from a part of southern China where most villages can trace their roots back at least a thousand years or even more. However, as a typical American, I have lived in four cities and moved at least seven times.
In November 2007, the White House issued a Declaration of Principles demanding that U.S. forces must remain indefinitely in Iraq and committing Iraq to privilege American investors.
The arc of the American story is long, it is bumpy and uncertain, but it always bends toward a more perfect union.
It is about the American people. When something is not ready, it is not working, it is not right, then we owe it to them to do the right thing and say, 'Let's hold.'
I happen to think that the Latino audience is an essentially traditional audience and will go to Fox News for traditional American values.
Inspired by the purse rather than the soul, the mercenary side fairly screams in many of the works put out by every day American publishers.
We need to consider nominations as thoroughly and carefully as the American people deserve. No one is entitled to a free pass to a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court.