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  1. HabaneroBuck commented on Matt Bors about 11 hours ago

    And, Jase, more to your point, I am speaking about legitimately working on the data of inmates.

  2. HabaneroBuck commented on Matt Bors about 11 hours ago

    Jase, all adult criminal convictions are a matter of public record. They are readily available in your local newspaper. Yes, there are some aspects of records that are protected, but not charges for which an individual has been convicted.

  3. HabaneroBuck commented on Glenn McCoy 1 day ago

    SAT scores do mean something. The majority of Americans have taken the SAT and know what their score was, and can therefore have an honest evaluation of others based on that score. IQ….182 for Clinton? 170 for Obama? Not buying that for a second. The correlation between what we see and those numbers is non-existent. I will admit that both Bushes don’t come across as particularly intelligent either. Reagan, at least when he was a little bit younger, demonstrated a keen intellect.

  4. HabaneroBuck commented on Matt Bors 1 day ago

    I work in a correctional system. I have access to everyone’s records that I care to look up. Never seen a simple petty crime sent to prison. Maybe county for a stint, but not a state system. Sorry to bust any bubbles. I’ll keep searching the records and get back to you when I find one….I’ve looked at thousands.

  5. HabaneroBuck commented on Matt Bors 3 days ago

    Actually, this toon didn’t nail it, for the fact that the justice system is so overrun with actual criminals that the false narrative of,“locking them up for just smoking pot” only takes lodge in the deranged minds of those who reject reality. Most everyone in prison has multiple charges involving violent crimes, burglary, theft, and drug-dealing that were committed multiple times That’s the fact, jack.

  6. HabaneroBuck commented on Steve Benson 20 days ago

    Pretty sure the mom, McSpadden, should be in jail pending trial for strong arm theft and assault with pipes against the aunt selling Michael Brown memorabilia on the street.

  7. HabaneroBuck commented on Gary Markstein 27 days ago

    It’s probably because he drugged them (they were all hazy on the details) and intimidated them that there were no criminal charges. I mean, talk about a war on women….

  8. HabaneroBuck commented on Chip Bok about 1 month ago

    All of these comments and not a single mention of Cass Sunstein. Interesting. Net Neutrality is merely a fix to a problem that does not currently exist in order to make the internet a government-regulated commodity, a public utility. From there, it is a small step away from enacting the “Fairness Doctrine” for the benefit of all the public users of the utility.

    If anything, as Hiram said, this is merely a grab to insure that the elite (they control the government, corporations, media, banks, etc…) control it all. It is an authoritarian move, no matter how you slice it.

  9. HabaneroBuck commented on Matt Bors about 1 month ago

    Why settle for a cure for cancer? I say, let’s cure death. Seems reasonable.

    85% (at least) of cancer is lifestyle related.

  10. HabaneroBuck commented on Matt Bors 3 months ago

    I must say that this is a rare Bors strip with which Convservatives (not “Republican leadership”) can agree. Everything we are supposed to believe about the Middle East is too farcical to take seriously, yet here we are.