We’ve collected the best Headlines Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Bill F. Walsh, Sylvia Mathews Burwell, Megan Ganz, Michael Hayden, Philipp Lahm. Use them as an inspiration.
While natural disasters capture headlines and national attention short-term, the work of recovery and rebuilding is long-term.
If you fall in love with someone, it doesn’t matter who they are. I’ve had lots of girlfriends who weren’t in the public eye. It is hard, all the intrusion: you have a row with someone, and even though you’ve sorted everything out, you get the are-they-going-to-split headlines for the next ten days.
In Raleigh, partisan battles, power struggles and lawsuits might grab the headlines, but we have to work together where we can. To look beyond ourselves to see what’s right for the state, regardless of who’s in power. That’s what the people of North Carolina want us to do, and what common sense demands us to do.
I never take ideas from the headlines. I feel that if a story is good enough, a real story that is, then it’s already been covered by the media, and if it’s not good enough, why would I want to bother with it?
The newspaper headlines may shout about global warming, extinctions of living species, the devastation of rain forests, and other worldwide catastrophes, but Americans evince a striking complacency when it comes to their everyday environment and the growing calamity that it represents.
I never wanted to be a pundit who chases headlines.
Joe Biden is that special combination of someone who is very talented and influential, but when he starts speaking, there’s inevitably going to be headlines written about something he said.
Many times, disagreements between the two political parties in Washington get all the headlines. What’s not reported is the fact that Republicans and Democrats agree on where we want to go, but we disagree on how we’re going to get there.
Kennedy invited us into the White House-the first time in the history of the White House picketers had been invited inside. This made front page headlines.
Today’s headlines and history’s judgment are rarely the same.
While consumer social like Facebook and Twitter gets the headlines, perhaps the greatest untapped potential for social networking lies in business applications.
You don’t have to be outlandish and saying crazy things and get out of yourself to get headlines or attention.
I love my job… but I find myself awkwardly straddling the divide between British Islam and the British media. I get pretty exhausted of having to constantly endure a barrage of lazy stereotypes, inflammatory headlines, disparaging generalisations, and often inaccurate and baseless stories.
That’s the misconceptions that people have, that Chuck Berry went to jail. They’re just totally wrong. It might have said something in the large papers in the bigger city headlines and things. But, you take a look at any of the local papers, and you will see that I was acquitted. I never went to jail.
The media thinks that only the cutting edge of science, the very latest controversies, are worth reporting on. How often do you see headlines like ‘General Relativity still governing planetary orbits’ or ‘Phlogiston theory remains false‘? By the time anything is solid science, it is no longer a breaking headline.
Women in sports television are allowed to read headlines, patrols sidelines, and generally facilitate conversation for their male colleagues. Sometimes, they even let us monitor the Internet from a couch.
An overall trend of political moderation in Latin America makes for far less interesting headlines, but it also makes for far better lives for our people.
Ironically, it is only when disaster strikes that the shuttle makes the headlines. Its routine flights attracted less media interest than unmanned probes to the planets or the images from the Hubble Telescope. The fate of Columbia (like that of Challenger in 1986) reminded us that space is still a hazardous environment.
I think it’s too easy often to find a villain out of the headlines and to then repeat that villainy again and again and again. You know, traditionally, America has always looked to scapegoat someone as the boogie man… there is a tradition in the most simplistic of action movies for there to be some horrible villain.
Phrases that have historical significance or become headlines don’t just magically appear in the moment. They are mindfully planned.
If who you were was entirely based upon the position you were in or the headlines you got in the newspaper, or you had essentially subcontracted out your self-worth to the judgments of others, then you’re going to be like tumbleweed. You’re going to be blown.
Chronic malnutrition, or the lack of proper nutrition over time directly contributes to three times as many child deaths as food scarcity. Yet surprisingly, you don’t really hear about this hidden crisis through the morning news, Twitter or headlines of major newspapers.
It’s no longer just reporting the headlines of the day, but trying to put the headlines into some context and to add some perspective into what they mean.
Islam is misunderstood by many. The extremists grab the headlines; those of us who want to practise our religion and live under this country‘s laws do not make the news.
Now, if you are like me – if you are like practically anybody in America – then you probably hold some negative opinions about the French, based upon movies, rumors, recent headlines, unfortunate run-ins with Parisian waiters, or… you know… all that unpleasantness surrounding the Vichy regime.
When I gain a pound it’s in the headlines.
It is grievous to read the papers in most respects, I agree. More and more I skim the headlines only, for one can be sure what is carried beneath them quite automatically, if one has long been a reader of the press journalism.