We’re well aware at NonDoc that it’s going to take a while before the entire world has visited our little site, and we’re not quite there yet.
So, if this is one of your first times to click onto NonDoc, here are five statements, five of the best quotes, from NonDoc articles in our first three weeks. If you missed one, click the name of who said the quote to access the full story.
“There is no such thing as race! The origins of all modern human beings can be traced back to Africa. Different branches spread out and began developing differently, but human beings haven’t been around long enough to evolve into any differences that matter. It’s our insistence on creating an ‘us’ and a ‘them’ that has led to different social classes, which is unfortunate. But physiologically, there is no such thing as a black race, or a brown race, or a white race. It’s nonsense.”
— Dr. Gordon Deckert, 85-year-old former “Medical Czar” of Oklahoma.
“It has released ambitions, and the problem with political ambition is that it’s a little tacky.” — Keith Gaddie, chairman of OU political science department
“I met a man who smells” — Andy Bowen, poet and mayor of Waynoka
“That was the largest media buy in the history of politics. I don’t believe it’s ever been beat.” — Marc Nuttle, international consultant and local campaign manager on 2001 Right To Work campaign
“Repeal all federal prevailing wage laws and regulations. Such a repeal will increase the efficiency of public investments, reduce the cost of government and eliminate the government’s preferential treatment of the politically powerful few.” — Mike Seney, senior vice president for the State Chamber of Oklahoma