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"If you call the teaching of Anne Frank filth, you call the teaching of Ruby Bridges filth...What does that do in terms of the common good?" — @rweingarten  on what calling curriculums "filth" does for teachers, parents, and kids

"The voters care about [inflation, crime, the border...] and instead, the Republicans are going to commit to this fantasy narrative about Hunter Biden." — @davidfrum  on the misguided priorities of the incoming Republican House majority

"You can't help falling in love with him in this interview. I certainly did— He really gave me a gift."— @HowardStern  on The Boss, Springsteen

“We always want to understand what drives a person. Why do some people work harder than others? And Bruce has his things that he had to work out, and he did it.”— @HowardStern  on @springsteen 

@SenLouiseLucas : “I think it's time for legislators to stop giving a mouth-lip service and do something about coming up with some common sense gun control and violence prevention measures.”

@timkellernyc , a pastor and New York Times bestselling author, explains why forgiveness must be an essential element of everyone's lives

“The ‘Iger’ promise’ of this greater focus on content will hopefully breath new life into the amount of time that people are spending with the service”— Tom Rogers on the re-appointment of Bob Iger as chief executive of Disney

“I always assumed these guys always have a song in their head…but when you learn about them, its like everything is the opposite of what you think songwriting is about.”— @HowardStern  on learning @springsteen  would go years without writing a song


"Donald Trump, you have a copy of the warrant. It explains what they were looking for, what statutes they think were violated, what judge signed off on that...If you believe this is such an abuse, release the warrant and let us decide for ourselves." @neal_katyal 

Congressional districts in Orange County, Calif. in 2016 and in 2018

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"I'm a single-issue voter now, and that single issue for me is whether or not you support democracy or whether or not you stand up against disinformation." -- @gtconway3d 

If Trump runs in 2024, 16% of Republicans say they'll vote for the Democratic candidate, someone else, or not at all, rather than the former president.

"This has been an extraordinarily successful two years legislatively. Any way you cut it. Republicans have to admit this privately and they are. It’s been a hell of a run." -- @JoeNBC