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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:

Byron York, chief political correspondent for The Washington Examiner: Recession and the 2024 campaign.

It is already clear that Biden intends to try it again in 2024. And it is the Republicans' task to 1) convince voters that the economy is, in fact, the most important issue in the election, and 2) convince voters that Republicans can bring the U.S. back to prosperity.

Larry O'Connor, talk show host and political commentator: Impeach the Secretary of State.

The recourse is for the attorney general to mount a criminal investigation into the matter and press charges against Blinken for perjury, but, of course, in Biden and Garland's corrupt DOJ, that will never happen. So, it's up to House Republicans to follow the only other course of action: Impeachment.

Sure, sure, they're already busy with the pending impeachment of Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas, but they can add Blinken to the docket as well. If Speaker Kevin McCarthy is unsure whether he should pursue this path, he should just ask himself: What would Nancy Pelosi do?

Mark Lewis, native Texan currently living in Thailand, teacher and author: Sixty years ago, Hollywood knew what a woman was.

Our Supreme Court justice isn’t a biologist, so she doesn’t know what a woman is. I wonder if she thinks she might be a man. Folks, I’m not a vet, but I know what a dog is. I’m not a botanist, but I know what a tree is. I’m not a bull, but I know what a cow is.

I’m not a psychiatrist, either, but I know what an idiot is, too.

Douglas MacKinnon, former White House and Pentagon official and author: Advice from a conservative to RFK, Jr.

In a growing number of quarters, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., is becoming the “candidate of the people.” A recent Fox News poll — which ABC did mention in its hit job on Kennedy – revealed that 19 percent of likely Democratic voters say they want RFK Jr., to win the nomination.

That growing popularity from someone who declares he does believe in science but still reserves the right to question “scientific authorities” and power-grabbing bureaucrats is petrifying the Biden White House and their sycophants in the media, the Democratic Party, academia, and Big-Tech.

The more they smear and censor RFK, Jr. the more working-class and disenfranchised Americans are going to want to hear his voice and listen to his solutions for the multiple entrenched- elite-created problems plaguing their lives.

Biden and Harris are far from a sure thing for the Democrats.

Tim Graham, executive editor of News-Busters and director of media analysis for the Media Research Center: Biden's puffball press corps ignores Hunter Biden in court.

This energetically neglected love-child story underlines the insincerity of liberals lamenting that conservative distrust of the press means we can't have 'shared facts.' You can't have those when liberals try to bury facts they don't like, and assault those who keep them above ground.

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