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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: At the time, Biden's actions postdrone attack left this Fox News host aghast.

The Biden White House released a statement following the attack. It took days to contact the families of the fallen — a detail that shocked Fox News host Harris Faulkner.

This White House is unserious, with a dementia-ridden president and a cabinet that is fraught with incompetence. No wonder why people are dying under Biden’s leadership. We’ve been adrift for months, at home and abroad, and it was only a matter of time before we crashed into the reef.

Byron York, chief political correspondent for The Washington Examiner: Finally, Biden admits: There's a crisis at the border.

In a statement last Friday, Biden said he had directed administration officials 'to begin negotiations with a bipartisan group of senators to seriously, and finally, address the border crisis.' He finished the statement with a challenge to Congress: 'If you're serious about the border crisis, pass a bipartisan bill and I will sign it.'

A crisis! Finally, Biden has conceded what has been obvious from nearly the moment he took office. That won't make the Capitol Hill negotiations go any better — they are probably doomed to fail — but it is a major step in the president admitting reality.

Greg Gutfeld, host of Gutfeld! and cohost of The Five: Biden White House determined to let as many illegal aliens into the United States as possible.

You see, these barriers and deterrents are meant to protect the border. That's what the border means, dummy. It's a line separating two areas. And you're not supposed to cross that line without permission. Every country has them, and there are all sorts of laws about it. Think of those rubber things you put down at the supermarket checkout that separates your Wonder Bread and mayo from the guy behind you with rice, beans and pig knuckles. It clears up immediately what is yours and what is mine. They're what keeps one area distinct from another.

Spencer Brown, managing editor for The battle against CCP influence in the U.S. continues, and now there's a new group joining the fight.

Launching on Wednesday morning, State Armor aims to 'transform America’s decentralized system of federalism into a tremendous national security asset' by working to expose malign efforts undertaken by the CCP and educate policymakers and everyday Americans about 'threats to our supply chains, vulnerabilities caused by Chinese technologies, the pitfalls of enabling the Communist Party's gross human rights violations in China, and the CCP's violation of civil liberties in America.'

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