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:
Leah Barkoukis, online features editor at Townhall.com: Liberal magazine sounds the alarm: Biden's presidency on 'brink of failure.' According to [Jonathan Chait for New York magazine], Biden hasn’t abandoned his moderate roots. Instead, “he found himself trapped … between a well-funded left wing that has poisoned the party’s image with many of its former supporters and centrists unable to conceive of their job in any terms save as valets for the business elite. Biden’s party has not veered too far left or too far right so much as it has simply come apart.”
Guy Benson, Townhall.com's Political Editor: Wharton Analysis: True cost of House democrats' spending bill is actually $4.6 trillion.
I'll leave you with the painful reminder that none of this would be happening if tens of thousands of Republican voters hadn't allowed themselves to become convinced that their votes didn't matter in Georgia this January, allowing Democrats to sweep a pair of Senate races. All of this garbage would be dead on arrival in the Senate. But the political winds are blowing in a rightward direction. If Republicans nominate palatable candidates and right-leaning voters turn out en masse (as they did in Virginia), Democrats could very well lose both chambers in less than a year:
Dennis Prager, nationally syndicated radio talk-show host, columnist and author: Fear is deadlier than viruses.
Most fears are stoked by governments and their allies in mass media and in Big Tech, who in turn suppress contrary opinions. Therefore, please understand that when you hear only one opinion, and that opinion is designed to make you afraid, there is a good chance that your fears are irrational.
Determining whether your fears are rational or irrational is one of the most important things you will ever do. The quality of your life and the life of your society depend on your making that distinction.
Greg Gutfeld, host of Gutfeld! and cohost of The Five: Looking at issues through prism of race takes real thinking off table.
So we know why this is happening. We see how life works effectively through filters on incentives, reciprocity, responsibility, self-defense and family. Like a good wedding photographer or a good porn director, we can view every issue from different angles. But if all you see is race – then you can't see anything else coming.
All you see is just what's fuming in your narrative-corrupted brain. Which is why MSNBC and others are melting like a popsicle being eaten in a tanning bed.