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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:

Newt Gingrich, Former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives: Biden's crumbling defense opens door to even bigger impeachment inquiry.

As former Bush press secretary Ari Fleischer said on 'Hannity,' 'If I was pitching clients right now and I said, ‘Hey, before we get going to this meeting, I've got George Bush on the line. He just wants to talk to you about the weather. Hey, Mr. President, it's great to have you here.’ Everybody in that room would go, ‘Oh, he can get the president on the line. Isn't that something?’ Everybody knows what that would be. The difference is no politician I’ve ever worked for would have gotten on that line. It would have been unethical. It was corruption. Joe Biden got on the line more than 20 times. That is corruption.'

Katie Pavlich, Editor of The Biden family bank statements have landed.

The new documents also include photos of then Vice President Joe Biden with a number of foreign individuals Hunter was engaged with, despite Biden saying he was never 'in business' or ever spoke about the dealings. He had dinner with them after payments were made to Hunter Biden.

Matt Vespa, Senior Editor at Speaker McCarthy sets a trap for Biden on impeachment.

When Hunter’s laptop was exposed, Joe Biden’s Justice Department worked overtime stymying any investigation into the president’s son. That knowledge worked its way up to the attorney general’s office, which appears to have lied regarding the independence of these federal investigations into Hunter Biden. Merrick Garland should also be impeached, but House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) is starting to set a trap for Joe Biden on impeachment. The red line McCarthy established was the White House’s refusal to turn over financial documents.

Betsy McCaughey, Ph.D, former Lt. Governor of New York State and author: Biden's DOJ attacks the rights of defendants. You could be next.

Trump's entitled to his opinion. After all, Smith's calling him a criminal. If the government were trying to lock you up for the rest of your life, you'd have a lot to say, too. No matter what you think of Trump, you should be alarmed by what Smith is trying to do.

Trying to muzzle any defendant goes contrary to what the Bill of Rights and two centuries of American law stand for: putting the rights of the defendant ahead of any other considerations.

The Babylon Bee: Chicago Mayor says that due to negative connotations we should stop using the word 'Chicago'.

'You can call it 'The Windy City' or 'Downtown Deep Dish' but do not, under any circumstances call it Chicago,' said the mayor of Chicago. 'That just wouldn't be appropriate.'

The city formerly known as Chicago has been under particular strain of late due to large 'mob-like' gatherings disrupting businesses with 'loot-like' behavior. Mayor Brandon hopes that calling the city literally anything else will cause the problem to go away.

At publishing time, the crime rate of the City-Which-Must-Not-Be-Named continued to rise for some reason.

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