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  1. Pearl Deans commented on Tom Toles 41 minutes ago

    A photo ID issued by a state college or University should suffice. But a lot of the new voter suppression laws disallow student IDs. Even for people who don’t vote early they might not be able to get to their precinct on Election Day because it’s been moved to some remote location not accessible by public transportation and on a road that’s not safe for pedestrians. The new laws have nothing to do about voter fraud, it’s voter suppression—cheating. Instead of persuading blacks and other non-whites, the poor, and college students to vote for them, Republicans have conspired to make it too expensive, too inconvenient, and too confusing to vote.

  2. Pearl Deans commented on Pat Oliphant 6 months ago

    kill them, kill them all and send their daughters to college!

  3. Pearl Deans commented on Ben Sargent 6 months ago

    Why was the NAACP going to give Sterling an award? Because he’s rich and he gave them big donations. Money talks, bs walks. Now that sponsors are pulling their support for the Clippers, Sterling has to take a walk.

  4. Pearl Deans commented on Tom Toles 6 months ago

    It’s not what Sterling said, it’s what he did (that he should be punished for). He had been abusing and discriminating against employees and tenants long before Magic Johnson’s selfie with his ex.

  5. Pearl Deans commented on Tony Auth 6 months ago

    shoulldn’t that be “I Am a Nightmare”?

  6. Pearl Deans commented on Jeff Danziger 9 months ago

    yeah, what ReasonsVentriloquist said…

  7. Pearl Deans commented on Pat Oliphant 9 months ago

    No big surprise. This is the same guy who thinks hanging out with Ted Nugent is cool.

  8. Pearl Deans commented on Jeff Danziger 12 months ago

    Oh yeah, I totally forgot about that. Nevermind…

  9. Pearl Deans commented on Tony Auth 12 months ago

    Birth Pangs? It’s the mother who has birth pangs, not the baby…

  10. Pearl Deans commented on Jeff Danziger 12 months ago

    Do I detect a hint of Misogyny in the cartoonist’s over-the-top caricature of Ms Brooks?