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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: Excuse me, Gov. Hochul, you can't really say that about Black kids.

[New York Governor Kathy] Hochul stepped on this landmine on Monday when she said that black kids don’t even know what a computer is at the Milken Institute Global Conference in California. …

It must be nice being a Democrat; that’s all I’m going to say. If Hochul were a Republican, she would have been roasted for days and then used as an example of how Trumpism is evil by the liberal media.

Stephen Moore, Fox News contributor and author: That '70s Show — Is Biden taking America back to the age of Jimmy Carter?

In his infamous 'malaise speech' in the summer of 1979, Carter spoke of a national 'crisis of confidence' and lectured Americans about too much 'selfindulgence' and learning to consume less and conserve more. He even talked about 'threats to democracy.' Instead of inspiring the nation, he put the country in a funk.

Just like Jimmy Carter then, Joe Biden is offering four more years of austerity and sacrifice and bigger, more intrusive government. That platform won the incumbent Carter 41% of the vote in 1980.

Greg Gutfeld, host of Gutfeld! and cohost of The Five: Team Biden is lying to the American people to imprison its chief rival.

See, it seems nothing can get orange Godzilla down. Every cockamamie crime, every faux felony, every trumped-up charge. Meanwhile, Biden's being hidden in a crate by the Ark of the Covenant, but it's all starting to unravel, just like the plot of a Stormy Daniels movie.

Gregg Jarrett is a Fox News legal analyst and commentator: DA Bragg hoped Stormy Daniels would save Trump case, but something else happened.

Daniels claims to have had a tryst with Trump 18 years ago, which he denies. She denied it, too, in writing… but only after squeezing $130,000 from Trump when he ran for president a decade later by promising to go public. Her demands and threats intensified as the election drew near. Extortion? Sure looks like it. But Trump is on trial, not Daniels. Go figure. …

Bragg manufactured a phony case against a political enemy, and his lieutenants have polluted it with irrelevant, inflammatory and prejudicial garbage. The district attorney has made a mockery of fairness and due process. Judge Merchan should have stopped it. Instead, he has enabled and emboldened a corrupt prosecution.

If Americans care about our system of justice, they should be disgusted with this assault on the rule of law.

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