We have collected the best Truism Quotes by famous authors including Barry Ritholtz, Ari Graynor, Bari Weiss, John Podhoretz, Brian Deese and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.
Never forget this simple truism: Forecasting is marketing, plain and simple.
There’s a certain truism that you can’t be self-conscious in comedy.
To many American Jews, it is a truism that Barack Obama was the anti-Israel president. It was Mr. Obama who signed the Iran deal, which Israel portrayed as a mortal danger. It was Mr. Obama whose most contentious relationship with a foreign leader was with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The defense of ObamaCare’s constitutionality relies mainly on the truism that everyone is sure to get sick at some point in their lives, and this makes the health-care market unlike any other market.
One truism of federal budgeting is that growing deficits force difficult spending decisions, and when they do, programs to help the poor are usually first on the chopping block.
It may be a truism that the country cannot be strong abroad unless it is strong at home, but it’s also a fact that the country’s economic prosperity depends on its security abroad – not only in the core of the liberal democratic world but often well beyond it, too.
The daily deluge of tales of lechery and trauma holds a hidden but crucial truism: sexual harassment routinely feeds on income inequality. After all, it’s much harder to exploit an equal.
The second truism that we must understand is that poverty does not create our social problems, our social problems create our poverty.
It’s a truism that you can investigate anything forever.
It’s a truism to say that my state, Texas, isn’t a red state: It’s a nonvoting state.
It is a truism that children need more of Mother than of money.
Ezra Taft Benson
And it has become a kind of a truism in the study of creativity that you can’t be creating anything with less than 10 years of technical knowledge immersion in a particular field.
This would seem to be a truism in contemporary American politics: The electorate opts for serious leaders, but almost always men who are able to poke fun at themselves – and the gravitas of their position.
Everybody wants peace. That’s a truism. There is no point in accomplishing through war what you can accomplish through peace.
Realistically, it’s the great truism that screenwriters are fungible, that at the end of the day a studio is not going to want to fire a movie star. And they’re really not going to want to fire a star director because the director has the hand on the tiller of a ship.