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:
Matt Vespa, Senior Editor at Townhall. com: Oh, so that's how 350,000 California recall votes vanished from CNN's vote tally.
Look, it’s a deep blue state, so I can see how things turned out Tuesday night. On a brighter note, Republican candidate Larry Elder had a strong showing, so keep an eye on him. He’ll be back to running for something in the future. Yet, for those who are still suspicious of the results the line “CNN declined a request for comment” in the AP story probably only heightened your concern. In a time where everyone, even liberals, is looking to challenge the validity of elections, these errors can easily set off a firestorm.
Jack Cashill, writer for American Thinker and author: The unsung death of ‘My Body, My Choice’.
On the same Thursday Harris was endorsing “My Body, My Choice,” Biden was endorsing “drastic and Spartan methods.” Death came suddenly to the old mantra, if not unexpectedly. Just 79 minutes after Harris breathed new life into it, President Joe Biden put the mantra out of its misery. Biden told America in no uncertain terms that the right of women to make decisions about their own bodies is his, not theirs. Going forward the new understanding is, “Your Body, My Choice.”
Greg Gutfeld, host of Gutfeld! and cohost of The Five: Twitter doesn't care about the spread of misinformation if they're the one spreading it.
They can even simply ban accounts of public officials while allowing the Taliban and China to run rampant on their platform.
Look at Larry Elder.
He could have been the first Black governor in California’s history.
And how did the press react? They united under a vile narrative in which the Black man running for office becomes the face of White supremacy. And ignore a White woman in a gorilla mask attempting to egg him.
This was repeated in various media outlets, in support of the Whitest face to ever grace the French Laundry without a mask.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, serves on the Judiciary Committee and is chairman of the Senate Subcommittee on The Constitution: Blood will be spilled over the Biden administration's mistakes in Afghanistan.
Further, I noted to Secretary Blinken, that he, along with Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley have all discussed steps they think the Taliban need to make to be welcomed into the community of civilized nations.
For officials in the Biden administration to believe that the Taliban wants to be welcomed into the community of civilized nations betrays either their radical ideological extremism or a hopeless naiveté.
The truth is that the Taliban doesn’t want to be welcomed into the community of civilized nations; they are vicious terrorists who want to kill us.