“You start overruling things, what happens to the country thinking of us as a kind of stability in a world that is tough because it changes a lot?” —Stephen Breyer (pictured above), a justice of the United States Supreme Court.
“We’ve become so used to psychiatry being a palliative care field of medicine, that we’re with you for life. … And I think we’re selling our patients short,” —Ben Sessa, a psychiatrist.
“The bottom line is, where’s the beef?” —Jennifer Poulakidas, a lobbyist for public universities, on federal funding for STEM research.
“I did date a psychopath once,” —Maria Konnikova, author of a new book about con artists.
(Previous quotes from our sources here)