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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:

Alfredo Ortiz, president and CEO of Job Creators Network, author, and co-host of the 'Main Street Matters' podcast: The lawlessness of Biden's student loan bailout workarounds.

Biden's student loan forgiveness actions are not only executive overreach but also bad policy. They fail to address — and, in fact, exacerbate — the underlying reason for the college debt crisis: unaccountable colleges that overcharge students. By transferring college debt from students to taxpayers, Biden gives colleges a blank check to continue rapidly raising tuition. …

Finally, Biden plans to announce another broad debt forgiveness plan in the coming months under a different presumed legal authority. While the details of his bailout plan may change, the program will still be executive overreach that violates the Supreme Court's ruling and Congress' will. His lawlessness threatens the American institution of divided government.

Jason Chaffetz, FOX News (FNC) contributor: Fluid situation: First Republican debate could bring game-changing moment for party and Trump.

It will be a tricky balance to strike. It won’t be good enough to simply be a pale imitation of Donald Trump. These candidates need to show that they, authentically, have the ability to stand up to the administrative state, push back against the biased media, dismantle destructive policies, and do it all without inflaming the very people whose votes will be needed to pass those policies. The candidate who convinces us that can be done could turn this debate into a watershed event.

Guy Benson,'s Political Editor: The latest allegation from Hunter Biden's lawyers is a problem for Garland, DOJ.

Of course, the substance of conservatives' criticisms against this special counsel appointment overwhelmingly pertains to the track record of David Weiss. Republicans aren't objecting to Weiss for the sake of objection. They're objecting to him specifically for multiple, demonstrable reasons. Elites within the Democrat/media alliance know this full well, of course. Their actions and framing of said actions are intentional. They're not even being terribly subtle about it. I suppose it's possible that Weiss truly has been stymied from above, is angry about how all of this has gone down, and will use his new status to aggressively pursue accountability. But I'm not holding my breath.

Garrett Ventry, public affairs professional and former Communications Adviser to the Senate Judiciary Committee and press aide for Senator Chuck Grassley: Disgraceful political theater in Georgia.

While subpoenaing Lindsey Graham to testify in this investigation, she shared a cartoon mocking him. Prior to the announcement of the indictment, her campaign launched a fundraising website, attempting to raise money from the charges against President Trump. No defendant could ever expect a fair trial with a prosecutor like Fani Willis. On top of this, who can forget the Grand Jury foreperson doing media hits with CNN and MSNBC during the investigation, talking about her dream of subpoenaing Donald Trump.

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