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  1. Grant D. DeLanoy commented on Darrin Bell about 1 month ago

    Just did a search of both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Neither contains any of the words race, creed or color. The Declaration was written 238 years ago so your 150 is off by 88. Whites (my race BTW) are the perpetrators of most of the racism in the USA because they have the power. Republicans have exacerbated race difficulties here at least since Nixon’s southern strategy of 1968. You’re not much interested in facts are you Jack?

  2. Grant D. DeLanoy commented on Steve Benson 3 months ago

    Unfortunately, in the present political climate, to be accused is to be convicted.

  3. Grant D. DeLanoy commented on Mike Luckovich 3 months ago

    Body cameras are a good idea. A better one is independent prosecutors for suspect cops. The present relationship between police and prosecutors is positively incestuous.

  4. Grant D. DeLanoy commented on Too Much Coffee Man about 1 year ago

    I see your point, Shannon.

  5. Grant D. DeLanoy commented on Steve Kelley over 1 year ago

    Yeah…no.

  6. Grant D. DeLanoy commented on Walt Handelsman almost 2 years ago

    “About Walt Handelsman

    Known for his wry sense of humor and thought provoking commentary,"

    Thought provoking? Cheap shot, more like.

  7. Grant D. DeLanoy commented on Gary Varvel about 2 years ago

    All you Christians need to mind your own business. A great many people don’t share your preconceptions. If you believe in the Christian god you also believe in the concept of free will. It’s not your job to make ethical choices for others.

  8. Grant D. DeLanoy commented on The Other Coast about 5 years ago

    Great movie and a perfect analogy for the state of comic strips today.

  9. Grant D. DeLanoy commented on Signe Wilkinson over 5 years ago

    Wow! This one got me thinking. Good job!

  10. Grant D. DeLanoy commented on Glenn McCoy over 5 years ago

    The joker costume is particularly apt as historically it was only the jester who was allowed to speak the unvarnished truth at court.