Felix Grundy was a congressman and senator from Tennessee and served as the 13th Attorney General of the United States.
|It is only while the public mind is held in suspense—It is only while there is doubt as to what will be the result of deliberations—it is only while we linger in this hall that any manifestations of uneasiness will show themselves. Whenever war is declared, the people will put forth their rights.||War & Peace|
|We are about to ascertain by actual experience how far our republican institutions are calculated to stand the shock of war; and whether, after foreign danger has disappeared, we can again assume our peaceful attitude without endangering the liberties of the people.||Freedom & Liberty|
|We shall drive the British from our Continent. They will no longer have an opportunity of intriguing with our Indian neighbors and setting on the ruthless savage to tomahawk our women and children.||Terrorism|
|Where is the money?||Budgets & Budgeting|