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“I just want to have fun.”

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“We will not leave Ukraine defenseless at any point in this conflict, period.”

U.S. national security adviser JAKE SULLIVAN, explaining the Biden administration’s decision to provide Ukraine with controversial cluster bombs.

“Many universities have for too long … concluded, wrongly, that the touchstone of an individual’s identity is not challenges bested, skills built, or lessons learned but the color of their skin.”

U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice JOHN ROBERTS, writing the majority decision in a June 29 ruling that struck down affirmative action admissions programs at Harvard and the University of North Carolina.

“I just want to have fun.”

CHIRLANE McCRAY, wife of former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, in a New York Times interview explaining the two are separating but not divorcing. They plan to continue sharing their house while dating other people.

“Hear our pain and our deep request to leave us alone to allow us to keep our identity.”

Rabbi HERSCHEL GLUCK, an Orthodox Haredi Jewish leader in Britain, commenting to Reuters against a parliamentary proposal that would require all homeschooled children to register with the government.


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