A compilation of quotations on a variety of issues by national, state and regional writers, well-known personalities, just plain everyday people and from various publications collected by the editors of THE ADVANCE.
Quotes for our Times:
Jack Hellner, journalist for American Thinker: Press focuses on Ted Cruz, ignores the building crisis at the border.
Biden is violating his oath of office to uphold immigration laws while flooding Texas and other states with illegals, including many violent criminals, yet Cruz should resign because he left the U.S. for a day?
The drug-runners, human-smugglers, sex-traffickers, and gang members are ecstatic that we have opened our borders.
Here's another unasked question from the press: why do people of so many races fight to get into the U.S. since it has supposedly been systemically racist for four hundred years?
Leah Barkoukis, online features editor at Townhall.com: 'Very frightening': Dr. Scott Atlas explains how public health officials have damaged the American psyche.
“That has an impact, and at this point when you have people that keep repeating that kind of stuff, misinformation, totally ignoring the science on the masks, actually, completely ignoring and therefore pushing false information—they’re instilling fear and that’s what’s worrisome here, because when you look at the data on the surveys, over 70 percent of Americans say they will wear a mask after the pandemic is over. That’s very frightening,” he continued. “We have a damaged American psyche, and it's due to these public health officials that are just really not saying the real data, probably because they don't want to admit they were so wrong.'
Betsy McCaughey, Ph.D, former Lt. Governor of New York State and author of Beating Obamacare: It's a racist plan, not a rescue plan.
In New York City, 47% of small businesses have closed, and those hanging on have incurred a nearly 60% drop in revenue, according to TracktheRecovery.org, a Harvard University database. Minority businesses are often hardest hit, but government help should be based on need and viability, not a business owner's gender or skin color.
Matt Vespa, Senior Editor at Townhall. com: Oh, so that's what happened to those two NY lawyers who tried to attack cops with molotov cocktails.
So, what happened to them? Well, they reached a plea agreement. The details are not known, and we don’t know if these two clowns accepted it, but both potentially face spending the rest of their lives in prison given the charges lobbed against them if convicted. Federal prosecutors are allowing their legal teams to review the agreement. …
Frankly, these two should rot. Since we’re really stretching the definition of what a domestic terrorist is nowadays, I guess these two fit that description now, right?