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:
Derek Hunter, Washington, DC, based writer, radio host and political strategist: A bold compromise on abortion.
We’ve just spent years being lectured on how “trans women ARE women” by the part which, just a month ago, had a Supreme Court nominee incapable of defining what a woman is. Miraculously, once this leak happened, they all suddenly remembered basic biology and knew exactly what one is. But they still insist trans women are women, so let us take them up on that offer.
If, in fact, trans women are women, the need for abortions would be just as real, correct? Make the offer. Democrats can’t really deny “perhaps the most marginalized community in the country” their fundamental rights, can they? Would they?
Tucker Carlson, host of FOX News Channel’s flagship primetime cable news program, Tucker Carlson Tonight: Why is everyone so mad at Justice Alito?
Weak man and unhappy women. That's the party right there and also, by the way, people who commit violence, but when they commit violence, it's not insurrection. It's not a threat to our democracy. It's just taking to the streets and expressing yourself, even if you set fires and rush into state legislatures, into capital buildings. Not insurrection because the new rules are if you agree with the regime, you can do whatever you want and if you don't, go to jail.
And everybody knows this and that's why people who agree with the regime were out last night causing mayhem and violence on the streets of Los Angeles. They were so upset that voters in other states, states they don't live in, might have the right to exercise democracy and vote on abortion that they attacked the police.
Jason Chaffetz, FOX News (FNC) contributor and political commentator: Stacey Abrams got special treatment in office and even got wealthy on the taxpayer dime.
Now, as Abrams ramps up to run for governor again, her campaign website promotes her priority of 'putting money back in the pockets of families.' But it's apparent that during her stint as a Georgia legislator she was successful in devising schemes to put money back in the pockets of herself and her partners.
Greg Gutfeld, host of Gutfeld! and cohost of The Five: 'Health' is a trick to make your rights disappear.
So what do all these stories have in common? The tracking, the masks, the media exemptions? Honest, hardworking people are basically told you can't breathe the same air as us. And if you want to free yourself from being forced to do something, you have to become the person who does the forcing. That's government.
That's how liars get jobs at the Ministry of Truth. And it's all in the name of that magic, single word 'health.'
It's a trick to make your rights disappear. It's why the media tries to make gun rights a health issue by calling it gun violence. It's also why they track you, but not others.