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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:

Will Alexander, retired U.S Marine who now works in real estate, and a former print journalist: Jesus Never Came To Bring ‘Peace’.

The woke response to people who refuse to violate their consciences is the sticking point. A tyrannical response makes division inevitable. It’s as old as “Thou shalt have no other gods before me.” This is where Jesus, Earth’s greatest Disrupter, brings the idea of peace into balance: “Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth? I did not come to bring peace, but a sword.”

The Christmas message should remind us to do the same. Drop the fear. Something sacred is being destroyed in America. With all the ruthless loss, suffering, and death that the woke crowd and their protectors have unleashed on good, hard-working, lawabiding people in this country, now is not the time for a misguided, milquetoast, misunderstood peace.

Monica Showalter, writer for American Thinker: Catwoman: Another political makeover and Kamala Harris looks even cringier.

In other words, she considers all the election integrity measures being done by statehouses across the country as America's greatest external foreign threats, which tells you a lot about how she views flyover country: a place to be conquered, not a place to serve.

That's what Harris is saying and standing for in that crummy response. The only national security threat she sees is the threat to her own grip on power through the country's free and fair elections. Me, me, me…just like the plastic surgery–obsessed Catwoman.

Liz Peek is a Fox News contributor and political commentator: Omicron clobbers Christmas … and Joe Biden.

Biden convinced Americans, helped by friendly media outposts, that our country’s tragic loss of life and horrific economic jolt was Trump’s fault, and an alarmed electorate bought the lie.

As of Biden’s inauguration date, the U.S. had recorded 123.9 deaths per 100,000 citizens; that was fewer than the UK’s 136.4 deaths per hundred thousand, but ahead of the EU, where deaths stood at 96.5. Just last week, the U.S. had suffered 242 deaths per hundred thousand citizens, ahead of the UK (219) and the EU (197). In effect, our cumulative comparative totals have been worse under Biden than under Trump.

Thomas Buckley, writer for American Thinker: Joe Biden, Marionette.

Of course, with a collaborationist press corps whose members now say it is an act of insurrection to say mean things about a President (apparently yet another successful Chinese export), an all-powerful staff (sorry, Kamala), and battalions of coddling servants and donors, it could be argued that Biden quite literally may not need to know where he is, who he is talking to, or what he is talking about at any given time.

Marionettes do not need cognition — and that’s the most terrifying scenario of all.

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