Facts are stubborn things.
~ John Adams
The facts speak for themselves.
~ Demosthenes, in De Falsa Legatione
“When facts are reported, they deny the value of evidence; when the evidence is produced, they declare it inconclusive.”
~ Augustine, in The City of God
There are three kinds of lies; lies, damned lies, and statistics.
~ Benjamin Disraeli
A fact is like a sack—it won’t stand up if it’s empty.
~ Luigi Pirandello
The plain fact is that there are no plain facts.
~ Kevin Stilley
The truth is more important than the facts.
~ Frank Lloyd Wright