"The thing about democracy beloveds , is that it is not neat,
orderly, or quiet. It requires
a certain relish for confusion."            Molly Ivins
Molly Ivins with co-host: Dr. Marie Waters "I dearly love the state of Texas, but I consider that a harmless perversion on my part, and discuss it only with consenting adults."
  Molly Ivins
Molly at Dinner with Hosts: Margaret Moore & Dr. Marie Waters
"I know vegetarians don't like to hear this, but God made an awful lot of land
that's good for nothing but grazing."   Molly Ivins
Ivins Enthusiasts Filling Preston Hall Friends of the Center and Others
"I believe that ignorance is the root of all evil. And that no one knows the truth."  Molly Ivins
More Friends and Others A Few More  Center Friends
"The Founders were right all along, but the results are a lot funnier than they intended."   Molly Ivins
Book Signings at the Talk
"I believe that ignorance is the root of all evil. And that no one knows the truth."  Molly Ivins
"Writing a humor column for Ms. Magazine always sounded like the punchline of a joke to me. That estimable publication tends toward the sober... Still, being female is often a comical proposition in this world, and being a Texas feminist is a particularly oxymoronic vocation."     Molly Ivins
"Life's a funny old female dog, idn't she?  ........     All hawk and no spit."  Molly Ivins
Interview with RU-TV Student Reps
"Being a cynic is so contemptibly easy. ...you don't have to invest anything in your work.
No effort, no pride, no compassion, no sense of excellence, nothing."   Molly Ivins
Jo Alderman & Molly Preparing to Leave
Departing for Roanoke
"I still believe in Hope - mostly because there's no such place as Fingers Crossed, Arkansas."   Molly Ivins
1Molly Ivins Event Sponsored by: an Anonymous Donor, the Radford University Foundation, and
Radford's College of Arts & Sciences


Created by  W. Andrew  &  H. Lips     2001 H. Lips & W. Andrew     Last updated August 13th, 2013