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:
Monica Showalter, writer for American Thinker: Joe Biden hands out a $10,000 'gift' to the rich he'd like you to pay for.
Worse still, his $10,000 'gift' will be going primarily to the rich. He'll get the money to 'pay for' it by auditing the landscaper and the taco truck operator through the 87,000 IRS agents he plans to sic on them with audits.
Not exactly the 'preferential option for the poor' that his Liberation Theology buddies like to bruit about. For President Devout Catholic, it's a preferential option for the rich, and he can put his name on it.
Julio Rivera, writer for American Thinker: Stopping Biden after November.
Democrats will not go gently into that good night. Dark Brandon will follow the script and frustrate all attempts by a Republican majority to secure the border, regain energy independence, improve the supply chain, stop the academic brainwashing of our children, or curb inflation. Their agenda can be slowly rolled back so long as we can keep a new Republican majority from doing unto itself and their voters that which they consider too punitive to do to the other side of the aisle.
Liz Peek, Fox News contributor and former partner of major bracket Wall Street firm Wertheim & Company: Democrats' spin Biden success and wish upon a star for midterm magic but don't you believe it.
The one bright spot for households has been the robust jobs market, but a recent survey by Price Waterhouse shows half of business leaders cutting staff or planning to do so, with 52% implementing hiring freezes.
That crazy-strong jobs market that Joe Biden touts may disappear before November.
An uncertain economy, ongoing inflation and weaker jobs market won’t help Democrats. Neither will rampant crime and out-ofcontrol illegal immigration.
Today, 74% of Americans think our country is heading in the wrong direction. Americans will vote for change, and yes, we will have a red wave.
Linda McMahon, Chair of the Board and Chair of the Center for the American Worker for AFPI: Biden has forgotten America’s rural workers.
There is, however, much that can be done to empower our rural Americans. For starters, the Biden Administration can follow the Trump Administration’s blueprint and unleash American energy production. This will add jobs, lower energy costs, and protect our national security interests by ensuring energy independence. This government can also end its regulatory war on our economy. President Trump’s Administration cut eight regulations for each one it adopted. As a country, we saw record highs in economic growth and lows in unemployment and poverty. And this White House can take a lesson from the Trump Administration’s Pledge to American Workers and its efforts to upskill and reskill workers, advance apprenticeships, and support technical school education systems, all of which advance opportunities for the rural workforce.