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Manifesto No. 8

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Continuing Manifestos, a collection of 10(ish) life lessons and rules written by local creatives and illustrated by local designers.

Up today, lessons learned by attorney and the director of the Goldwater Institute's Scharf-Norton Center for Constitutional Litigation, Clint Bolick, illustrated below by Nina Miller:

See also: - Jackalope Ranch's 100 Creatives - The 10 Best Art Exhibitions and Installations I Saw in Phoenix in 2012

1. Everything really does go better with bacon, but pancetta is an awfully good substitute. 2. You can't lead if no one is following. 3. A life that is not a romance isn't worth living. 4. Washington, DC never looks better than it does receding into a rear-view mirror. 5. "Did you exchange a walk-on role in a war for a lead role in a cage?" (with thanks to Pink Floyd). 6. The biggest impact you can have in the world is mentoring others. 7. The only real James Bond is Sean Connery, and the only real pizza comes from New Jersey and its suburbs. 8. No matter how hard one tries, markets cannot be thwarted. 9. Never leave a positive sentiment unspoken. 10. Who is John Galt?

-- Clint Bolick

About the Creative: Clint Bolick serves as director of the Goldwater Institute's Scharf-Norton Center for Constitutional Litigation in Phoenix. A legal pioneer, Bolick has argued and won cases in the United States Supreme Court, the Arizona Supreme Court, and state and federal courts from coast to coast. He has won landmark precedents defending school choice, freedom of enterprise, and private property rights and challenging corporate subsidies and racial classifications. Before joining the Goldwater Institute in 2007, Bolick was co-founder of the Institute for Justice and later served as president of the Alliance for School Choice.

About the Designer: Nina Miller is a designer and an improvisor and instructor at The Torch Theatre in Central Phoenix. She worked as a designer for Fulton Engineering at ASU for the last year or so, and recently started a new position with The Center for Science and the Imagination. "IMAGINATION! SCIENCE! So excited," she told Jackalope Ranch in September.

More Manifestos:  Manifesto No. 1 (Tom Leveen + Jon Ashcroft) Manifesto No. 2 (Jill Anderson + John Walters) Manifesto No. 3 (Deborah Sussman + Anton Anger) Manifesto No. 4 (James E. Garcia + Casebeer) Manifesto No. 5 (Kim Porter + Peter Storch) Manifesto No. 6 (Jo Novelli + Safwat Saleem) Manifesto No. 7

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