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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:

Matt Vespa, Senior Editor at Townhall. com: Why John Fetterman faces a progressive rebellion in PA.

Oh, here we go with this crap again: Israel is accused of committing war crimes. They’re not. It’s another ludicrous talking point that’s meant to mask the Left’s misery that the IDF is overrunning the terrorists, their new best friends. Fetterman also doesn’t care, as he waved the Israeli flag in front of pro-Hamas demonstrators, some of whom were being arrested on Capitol Grounds.

Yet, it’s not just Pennsylvania. Minnesota and Michigan have enclaves of pro-terrorist voters, and they’re not happy with Biden or the Democrats for supporting Israel.

Leah Barkoukis, online features editor at What happened to the national Christmas tree 'perfectly sums up Joe Biden's presidency'.

A strong gust of wind in the nation’s capital on Tuesday knocked over the National Christmas Tree in what critics are saying is a perfect metaphor for the Biden administration.

Byron York, chief political correspondent for The Washington Examiner: Team Biden's double quarter pounder 'misinformation' campaign.

It's important to note that the White House did not accuse [Topher] Olive, [Post Falls, Idaho], of misrepresenting the price of his meal. Olive included the receipt in the video, and he really did pay $16.10 for his Smoky BLT Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese, plus fries and drink. But the Biden team worried about other Americans learning about the high-priced dinner — as if Americans somehow didn't already know things are terribly expensive. Now, [ Washington Post reporter Taylor] Lorenz reports, the Biden White House is 'working with social media platforms to counter misinformation.'

Greg Gutfeld, host of Gutfeld! and cohost of The Five: Western civilization is on the brink of collapse under Biden's divided nation.

Now they got the kids who are so desperate for relevance and identity, they'll take on any pose to convince themselves they're cool and hating America is their definition of that. Is there hope? Sure, as I've said, the West has come through before, but it's going to take effort. We're pretty short on Churchills and Reagans as we overdose on AOCs.

John H. Cox, attorney, CPA and investment adviser, former Republican nominee for governor of California, and author: California's homelessness crisis: The irony, the hypocrisy and Newsom's appalling lack of leadership.

We must make housing more affordable and provide the necessary health care to those in need. The key is affordable housing, which is the product of lower building costs. We need faster approvals, fewer mandates, less litigation and lower impact fees.

Homelessness has always been a tough challenge. But smart thinking and common sense, and a no-nonsense attitude such as the one Florida took in cracking down on homelessness, light the way forward.

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