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  1. about 1 hour ago on Tom Toles

    Let us never forget the various TяumpubliKlan battle cries: “Billions for the billionaires, pennies for (or from…) the penniless!” OR, put another way, “Comfort for the comfortable and affliction for the afflicted!” OR, “It’s sweet for the elite, crumbs for the bums!”

  2. about 1 hour ago on The Academia Waltz

    Middletown, PA, the town on shore by TMI, received between 5 and 8 times more radiation from the accident at Chernobyl than it did from the accident at TMI. (Personal communication with the head of PA’s nuclear monitoring agency.) The elevated radiation in the area comes from the Brunner Is. coal-fired power plant, 3 miles down river. It burns 3.5 million tons of coal every year and releases a bunch of radioactive nucleides contained therein from the stack. It’s slowly converting to natural gas, on balance a big improvement, fracking notwithstanding.

  3. 1 day ago on Pearls Before Swine

    So does this guy donate more money than the NRA/Russians? I doubt it…

    OK, lessee… It’s well-reported that only 3% of all people own over 50% of privately held guns in the U. S. So a lot of guns belong to a relatively few people. And assault-style weapons are particularly dangerous in that they are readily available, easy to use, and are designed very specifically for the purpose of killing people. They have almost no other practical or legitimate use. Combine those two thoughts and it appears that we, as a society, are willing to tolerate massacres on a regular basis so that a rather small minority of people can indulge their whimsy and fetish for owning, often several, killing machines. There’s something profoundly wrong with that…

  4. 2 days ago on Tom Toles

    I was raised to be a Republican. But Nixon made me see the light early on, and I’ve never voted for a Republican since. However, that doesn’t mean that I’m enamored with the Democrats, or that I’m blind to their sundry malfeasance and incompetence. It’s uncommon that truly good people want a politician’s job. Inevitably once finds one’s self wresting skunks in that line of endeavor, and as we all know, when one wrestles a skunk, no one comes away smelling good.

  5. 2 days ago on Tom Toles

    Yes indeedy. And those various old iron sights add an interesting challenge as well.

  6. 3 days ago on Tom Toles

    I believe that when it comes to crazy people, the Congress-critters are just looking out for their own…

  7. 3 days ago on Tom Toles

    Look, you know, back when the Second Amendment was written, the only firearms known or even imagined were black-powder muzzle-loaders. So let’s for once be originalists: That was what the writers of the Bill of Rights had in mind, and perhaps that’s all that should be allowed now, at least without “extreme vetting.”

  8. 3 days ago on Tom Toles

    People do indeed kill people, guns just make it a whole heck of a lot easier for people to kill people, especially in quantity.

  9. 3 days ago on Tom Toles

    True. But you know, I wouldn’t trade places with either of them right now, or ever. It can’t be fun…

  10. 3 days ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    And a Great Horned’s food is often a skunk. The owls don’t seem to mind the smell at all; they’re a major predator of skunks.