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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:

Alexander Hall, associate editor for Fox News Digital: Karine Jean-Pierre scorched for commentary on cartel violence at border: 'Completely out of touch'.

GOP rapid response director shredded Jean-Pierre and the Biden Administration’s credibility, 'According to DEA Administrator Anne Milgram, cartels are ‘killing Americans with fentanyl at catastrophic and record rates like we've never seen before,’' he wrote. 'To claim success amid this devastation is an insult to the hundreds of thousands who have lost loved ones.'

Tucker Carlson, host of FOX News Channel’s flagship primetime cable news program, Tucker Carlson Tonight: The January 6 videos touch a nerve because they threaten Dems' lies.

If there was a security failure on January 6, and demonstrably there was, it was probably Nancy Pelosi's fault, and after looking at thousands of hours of footage, we came to the conclusion that many others have reached, which is the Capitol Police were not prepared for what happened, and that's fascinating when you think about it, because there was ample warning. The federal intel and law enforcement agencies knew perfectly well there could be a massive distur-bance at the Capitol, but the frontline officers on duty that day didn't know and yet the people who kept that information from the frontline officers were overwhelmed by thousands of people milling around the Capitol building? The people who fell down on the job, who didn't do their job, they were not punished. They were rewarded, and you have to ask yourself, why is that?

Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives: This is the biggest scandal in American history.

Clearly there ought to be a mechanism for making the Chinese Communist dictatorship pay COVID-19 victims for the disaster it caused. One step might be a COVID-19 tariff on all Chinese imports (the proceeds of which would go into a COVID-19 Compensation Fund that every American family affected by the pandemic could apply to).

Other countries could be urged to establish similar tariffs. Then Xi Jinping and his dictatorship would learn that lying, covering up, and hiding the truth has enormous costs for those guilty of killing millions and forcing the spending of trillions.

Stephen Moore, senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation and an economist with FreedomWorks: Is this the greatest ripoff in American history? America has spent $100 billion of your money on climate change. How’s that working out?

In the wake of this epic policy failure, the Democrats aren't backing off. Biden's latest budget calls for $500 billion more for climate change over the next decade. Talk about throwing good money after bad. We shouldn't be too surprised because, as Milton Friedman used to remind us, anytime a government program isn't working, the politicians' response is: 'We aren't spending enough money.'

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