I'm sorry to say that Harper's has a pretty high paywall -- but of course there's always the library.
Rules as always: add words at the beginnind and/or end to make a grammatical English sentence. No adding punctuation to the phrase. No meta-syntax using words as objects of discussion, e.g. "The phrase American justice clear time makes no sense" or similar.
It's even described as a sort of play, as was my own:
Every Man his Own WIfe
A Very Heroic Epyllion, in Four Fits
...with a Dramatis personae which included "the brothers,Ballaock, a pair of hangers-on" (see Daemonomania, pp.147-152 of the Bantam edition). OBVIOUSLY readers have assumed I just lifted it. And maybe I did.
“With the conclusion of our investigations into these matters,” Mr. Holder said, “I again commit to the people of Ferguson that we will continue to stand with you and to work with you to ensure that the necessary reforms are implemented.”
On Wednesday night, there were two dozen protesters outside the police department, and officers made a handful of arrests of those standing in the streets.