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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:

'We tried to warn this administration back when they canceled the Keystone Pipeline' that it was also 'canceling national security, foreign policy and energy. They all kinda go hand-in-hand.'

— Former Keystone XL pipeline worker Neal Crabtree Tucker Carlson, host of FOX News Channel’s Tucker Carlson Tonight: Biden's response to the Russia-Ukraine war further proves he hates the middle class.

We armed the Soviet Army as he was killing Ukrainians and the New York Times endorsed all of it. But now, because Putin invaded Ukraine, effectively encouraged by the Biden administration to do that, which is true, because that happened, we are going to send billions of dollars to the Saudi theocracy and then to the Iranians and then to Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela and at the same time, we're going to embrace green energy, which means giving the government of China complete control over a power grid here in America. That's our plan. Are you confused by it? Don't be. It's a moral victory. Let us know when you get tired of winning.

Katie Pavlich, Editor of Biden claims His climate agenda isn't hurting domestic oil production. Here are the facts.

Meanwhile the White House, as Biden indicated during his remarks, will continue to pursue a climate agenda that drowns oil and gas companies in regulation with a goal of making the industry extinct. White House officials, Press Secretary Jen Psaki included, continue to claim putting pipelines back online or back into construction would take too long to have an impact on prices now. It may take some time to bolster oil and gas infrastructure, but it will take decades for the U.S. to completely transition to alternative forms of energy. Given how inefficient current alternative energy sources are at keeping things running, it may never happen.

Spencer Brown, managing editor for Townhall: As Biden seeks more foreign oil, world leaders won't take his calls.

That Saudi and Emirati leaders would decline Biden's calls is unsurprising given his previous attempt to secure more oil supplies from foreign producers was equally — and also embarrassingly — unsuccessful. …

None of Biden's undignified begging and subsequent global embarrassment would be necessary had his administration built on the energy independence enjoyed during the Trump administration. But due to his own stubbornness or fear of angering the radical climate alarmists within his party, Biden is set to keep panhandling his way around the world looking for oil to make up for shortages his policies created.

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