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:
'If we don't end war, war will end us.'
H.G. Wells Kurt Schlichter, conservative commentator, a retired Army Infantry colonel with a masters in Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College, and a former stand-up comic: America's shame.
Whichever it is, malice or just the kind of incompetence we have come to expect from the administration of Jimmy Carter², the result is the same. Mobs of Jew-h™ating monsters are terrorizing Jewish Americans right here, in our country, in 2023. And the fact that our ruling class will not stop it is America’s shame.
Republican Randy Feenstra represents Iowa's 4th congressional district: Here's how Bidenomics is crushing dreams of American families and businesses.
Biden’s wasteful spending policies have hurt American families, bankrupted our country and weakened our economy. We need to stop printing trillions of dollars and overturn the Biden administration’s costly executive orders that have decimated domestic energy development and exacerbated the affordability crisis facing hardworking Americans Byron York, chief political correspondent for The Washington Examiner: New poll exposes flaw in Trump opponents' plan.
So, if DeSantis were to drop out today, it appears the largest part of his support would go to Trump, and not to the mythical unity anti-Trump candidate.
For Haley, the numbers are different. Just 12% of those who support her today say they would go to Trump if she were to leave the race. But the bottom line is, there's a flaw with the let's-all-unite-behind- one-anti-Trump-candidate strategy. In real life, some of each candidate's supporters would go to Trump if their favored candidate were to leave — and that makes Trump harder, not easier, to beat.
Betsy McCaughey, former lieutenant governor of New York and chairman of the Committee to Reduce Infection Deaths: The fine print of Democrats' plan to turn migrants into voters. Right now.
If you read the fine print of New York City's 'Our City, Our Vote' law, enacted in December 2021, it says that anyone with a work authorization who has been in the city for a mere 30 days can vote, even if they entered the country illegally.
Biden's recent action fast-tracking work authorizations for Venezuelan border crossers, who make up about 41 percent of recent arrivals in New York City, will make tens of thousands of them eligible to vote under New York City's new law, as soon as they obtain their working papers.