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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:

“All great change in America begins at the dinner table.”

Ronald Reagan

Andrew Kerr, writer for Washington Free Beacon: Under scrutiny, Warnock claims without evidence Walker Is exploiting the people facing eviction from Ebenezer Baptist Church’s low-income apartment.

Columbia Tower filed removal proceedings against three additional tenants on Oct. 12, one day after the Free Beacon broke the news that the church-owned building had filed a dozen eviction lawsuits against residents of the building since the start of the pandemic. Two new eviction lawsuits seek $115 in past-due rent, plus $325 in fees.

Warnock told reporters on Tuesday his church has no involvement in the day-today management of the apartment building. But Warnock is the principal officer of Ebenezer Building Foundation, the 501(c)3 charity controlled by Warnock’s church that owns 99 percent of the apartment building through a network of shell organizations. Ebenezer contracted with Columbia Residential to manage the property 'on their behalf,' the residential management company told the Free Beacon.

Thaleigha Rampersad, video producer with the Washington Free Beacon: Stacey Abrams says she ‘supports law enforcement.’ Her record tells a different story.

During Georgia's gubernatorial debate on Monday, Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams said she 'supports law enforcement and did so for 11 years.'

Abrams chaired a left-wing group that doled out thousands of dollars to defundthe- police activists, however, and has called on cities to 'reallocate resources' from police departments.

'Our broader conversation has to be how we transform what we see as public safety,' Abrams told The View.

Tucker Carlson, host of FOX News Channel’s flagship primetime cable news program, Tucker Carlson Tonight: For midterm elections, Democrats are really running on fantasy, denial.

The shameless lying, the arrogance, the stupidity, the total incompetence, the unfairness, the relentless and vicious racism toward the majority of the American population, all of which together amount to, yes, attacks on democracy itself. If you believed in democracy, you would not act like this. No one has ever run a developed country with this degree of recklessness.

The question is, is anyone ever going to be punished for it? That's what's really on the ballot this November 8. So, for Republicans, the election should be easy, not that you should ever for a second underestimate their ability to screw it up anyway. They may. But the template for success is right in front of them. Just run against Joe Biden.

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