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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:

Gregg Jarrett, Fox News legal analyst and commentator, and author: Hunter Biden case uncovers new, unequal justice in America.

Where the Department of Justice refuses to act, Congress must. It has the backing of the American people who recognize corruption when they see it. A recent Harvard Harris poll found that 63% of voters believe that Hunter Biden engaged in illegal influence peddling, and a majority think Joe Biden was involved.

In an upcoming election where the incumbent president’s DOJ is prosecuting his likely opponent on dubious charges while simultaneously protecting Biden, it is imperative that any evidence of criminality be exposed for all to see. The money trail uncovered so far is a damning indictment of corruption at the highest level of government — the current occupant of the White House.

Liz Peek, Fox News contributor and former partner of major bracket Wall Street firm Wertheim & Company: Trump indictment turns 2024 election upside down, but not the way Democrats hope.

Lodging criminal charges is also an act of desperation. Anxiety in Biden Camp is running high, fueled by the Real Clear Politics average of polls showing the president running behind Trump.

President Biden is in trouble because this time round, he has a record to run on and it is not good. The liberal media is doing everything possible to help the White House make the 2024 election all about Trump, but in the upcoming contest voters will weigh the ageold Reagan question: are you better off today than you were four years ago? The answer will be a resounding no.

Greg Gutfeld, host of Gutfeld! and cohost of The Five: Logic and reason has become secondary.

We used to say, You're perfect just the way you are. But that doesn't create jobs for activists and drug companies. Meanwhile, an eighth grade teacher in England was reportedly caught on tape calling a student despicable for refusing to accept that her classmate identifies as a cat. Which raises the obvious question: If her classmate is recognized as a cat, what the hell is she doing in school? Shouldn't she be stuck in a tree somewhere or working down at the local cobbler catching mice? Mark my words – if this gets popular, schools are going to need genderless litter boxes.

Katie Pavlich, Editor of A Key Question for the White House After Hunter's Guilty Plea.

In the past President Biden has denied 'ever' discussing foreign business dealings with his son, despite emails showing they were business parters who shared office space, and has said Hunter is the 'smartest guy he knows.' Biden also said he had confidence Hunter did nothing wrong as DOJ conducted their investigation.

'My son has done nothing wrong,” Biden told MSNBC in May. 'I trust him. I have faith in him.”

But the federal charges and guilty plea from the younger Biden sets up a predicament. Given his statements of no wrongdoing, will President Joe Biden pardon his son?

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