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commented on Ted Rall
3 months ago
I am personally disappointed in you, Mr. Rall. Your work has always had the hallmark of someone who looks past the headline and gets to the heart of a story before reacting. This is one more of the “shocking” science headlines that lazy journalists generate out of press releases on subjects they do not understand. I respectfully request you read this analysis of the study you describe.http://io9.com/does-researching-casual-marijuana-use-cause-brain-abnor-1565519493
commented on Clay Jones
almost 2 years ago
Mr. Jones’ dismissal from his staff position had nothing to do with politics…his or the newspapers. The papers are cutting staff at a rate as alarming as their own loss of circulation. Here we all are reading these great cartoons for free instead of buying the increasingly archaic newspapers. It’s really our fault! Sorry, Clay.
The guilty can Go Pro on this site for $10.00 a year, some of that money goes to the creators, I did. So should you. No, I don’t work here.
commented on Steve Kelley
about 2 years ago
My grandfather used to tell me that if a Republican politician promised to build a bridge they would spend the money on consultants and we would not get a bridge. The same promise from a Democrat would result in a crappy bridge well over budget. I prefer at least getting a bridge.
commented on Michael Ramirez
over 2 years ago
applies to all lawyers and politicians
commented on Ben Sargent
about 3 years ago
Casey uttered that particular bon mot in a Mets uniform. Just sayin’.
commented on Tom Toles
about 3 years ago
commented on Dick Locher
over 3 years ago
Mr. Ewing, Bloomberg ran as a Giuliani backed Republican his first two terms and as an Independent in his third.
Wolfhound, you are going to need a dictionary.
commented on Jim Morin
almost 4 years ago
They would put him in jail along with their Nobel Prize winner.
commented on Signe Wilkinson
over 4 years ago
Legalizing drugs in the US would do more to stabilize world politics than any other action. Every terrorist group in the Middle East, every armed rebel group in South America, and every armed to the teeth street gang in our cities finance their lives of crime with black market profits made possible by Prohibition. The cost in life and treasure is enormous. Far less harm to society at large if we just treat the morons that would become addicted to these substances the same way we deal with the alcoholic…treatment and disgust.
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