Maureen Dowd is an eminent American author and columnist for ‘The New York Times.’ She received the ‘Pulitzer Prize,’ in 1999, for her series of columns on the ‘Monica Lewinsky’ scandal. In 1983, she joined ‘The New York Times’ as a Metropolitan Reporter. Some of her notable works include ‘Bushworld,’ ‘Are Men Necessary?,’ ‘Are Men Obsolete?,’ and ‘The Year of Voting Dangerously: The Derangement of American Politics,’ besides others. We have gathered some famous sayings by Maureen Dowd, which have been collected from her writings, books, thoughts, columns, reports, and interviews. We bring to you a corpus of quotes by Maureen Dowd on people, success, motivational, sports, silence, attention, evil, celebrity, technology, men, optimism, sex, party, presidential, contempt, charity, earth, etc.