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  1. bherbert commented on Non Sequitur 1 day ago

    In many ways, this is true. But it doesn’t go far enough. It’s really the states of California and Texas, with their uniform textbook adoptions, that control what content will be in textbooks. Authors often must write to the standards in those states because of the size of the markets.

  2. bherbert commented on Drabble 1 day ago

    Given Sears’ financial condition, let’s hope they bring your refrigerator before they go bankrupt and cease deliveries altogether.

  3. bherbert commented on Doonesbury 9 days ago

    Ignorant, incompetent people are already voting. They’re Rush’s “dittoheads” and views of Faux News Channel. Should we suppress THOSE people’s votes?

  4. bherbert commented on Doonesbury 9 days ago

    With presidential primaries and a general election coming, this is very much THIS YEAR’S (and next year’s) news. There’s still time to combat these ridiculous rules through the courts, but that process has to start now. And that requires awareness—which is what GT is promoting.

  5. bherbert commented on Doonesbury 9 days ago

    I hope not, c davies. I have always admired Canadians for their good judgment and common sense. Canada is an excellent example that the U. S. should try to emulate in many ways. Let’s hope that continues. I’m betting that it will.

  6. bherbert commented on Doonesbury 9 days ago

    Driving is a privilege. Voting is a right, supposedly guaranteed by the Constitution. These GOP voter suppression laws are their answer to a problem, and that problem ISN’T the all-but-nonexistent “voter fraud”—it’s changing demographics and the underlying unpopularity of conservative policies.
    Oregon has been leading the way in promoting voting. First through Vote By Mail (VBM), and recently by automatic voter registration when someone registers a car or gets/renews a driver’s license.

  7. bherbert commented on Pearls Before Swine 9 days ago

    Psychiatrists all over that area will be dealing with a sudden increase in the incidence of coulrophobia.

  8. bherbert commented on Get Fuzzy 11 days ago

    Vanity, thy name is Bucky.

  9. bherbert commented on Wizard of Id 13 days ago

    Don’t blame the Democrats for that. They’ve proposed spending several trillion on infrastructure repair and development. It was part of the stimulus bill in 2009.
    Republicans have consistently opposed doing anything because Obama would get credit for it. This is a one party problem, and it isn’t on the Dems’ doorstep.

  10. bherbert commented on Wizard of Id 19 days ago

    Trump paid people to come to his announcement of candidacy. That’s going far beyond planting people to ask friendly questions, which is what G W Bush used to do at his press conferences.