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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:

Liz Peek, Fox News contributor: Another surprising reason Joe Biden should now step aside.

There are some 4,000 delegates who will elect the party’s nominee, and roughly 700 so-called Super Delegates who step in only if there is no apparent winner on the first round of voting. There is no legal obligation for any of those delegates to back Biden. In the event of some calamity – a health problem, for instance, or a humiliating defeat in the debate – the majority could choose someone to replace the president.

Lt. Col. Robert Maginnis, (ret.), retired U.S. Army officer and author of 11 books: Biden's open-border policy welcomes foreign spies.

In fact, some could be here to size up our security and infrastructure, and perhaps others are staging as sleeper cells ready for a future terrorist attack like 9/11 or something far worse, like insurgents armed and poised to attack critical infrastructure such as power plants, bridges and military bases in preparation for a broader war.

Those of us who have worn our nation’s military uniform and seen first-hand the actions of spies overseas, understand well what Biden’s open-border policy means: an invitation to our enemies to size up America in order to eventually kill, maim and perhaps defeat this country and that might start by compromising key military installations.

Ryan Walker, executive vice president at Heritage Action: Biden hopes seniors won't notice this cut in their benefits before the election.

The change of heart from Biden will cost seniors an extra $33 per month. Raymond James analyst Chris Meekins told Axios: 'President Biden's team is gambling that MA [Medicare Advantage] beneficiaries won't realize before the election the benefits Biden's team is causing them to lose come January 2025.'

Republicans should help Biden’s team lose that bet – given the rare popularity of MA, it shouldn’t be a big lift.

Last year, 90% of voters said a candidate’s plan for reducing the cost of health care would be important to them and 39% claimed they would likely cross party lines to vote for a candidate who makes reducing health care costs their top priority.

Gregg Jarrett is a Fox News legal analyst and commentator: NY v Trump has 'reasonable doubt' written all over it. But with Bragg, Merchan antics, outcome is unknowable.

In reality, none of the essential elements of the alleged crimes in the indictment have been met by prosecutors. There is no credible evidence that Trump engineered or even knew about booking entries by accountants that were not false at all. Nor is there any plausible evidence that he willfully violated campaign laws that were not violations at all. Where is the fraud that prosecutors argued in their opening statement? Like Bigfoot, it’s a fictitious missing link in the case.

This has always been a trial in search of an imaginary crime and a disgraceful charade.

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