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  1. pavlov commented on Tom Toles 13 days ago

    So the question I have for you is what skilled trade are you in. Not everyone is suited for the trades, I’ve in them for 40 years and can attest that some people shouldn’t touch a screwdriver let alone operate complex machinery, I can also state that the pay scale for many trades has gone down and that college or a trade school is still needed since most industrial arts programs have been scrapped in high schools across the country,

  2. pavlov commented on Tom Toles 21 days ago

    And the great thing about it is that it works at every level of government.

  3. pavlov commented on Views of the World about 1 month ago

    “U.K.’s Cameron calls for cuts to immigrant benefits” usa today
    Maybe the cartoonist drew the wrong guy.

  4. pavlov commented on Henry Payne 2 months ago

    18 U.S. Code § 1028 – Fraud and related activity in connection with identification documents, authentication features, and information

  5. pavlov commented on Steve Benson 2 months ago

    Neither do felonies: 18 U.S. Code § 1028 – Fraud and related activity in connection with identification documents, authentication features, and information

  6. pavlov commented on Henry Payne 2 months ago

    Well said Crosspatch and dtroutma

  7. pavlov commented on Scott Stantis 2 months ago

    Vlad the would be Tsar of all the Russia’s comes to mind.

  8. pavlov commented on Tom Toles 2 months ago

    Michael wme here’s something to help you with the truth. http://www.holodomorct.org/history.html

  9. pavlov commented on Tom Toles 2 months ago

    Michael wme, what a load of crap get your facts straight, as to western Ruthians they spoke the language and were allowed to keep their culture.It was the Tsar that pushed for the Russification of Ukraine pushed for russians to settle in the east, further creating discourse. Stalin didn’t starve them to feed anyone ( read conquest’s harvest of sorrow) he did it in an attempt to destroy them the Holodomor took place between 32-33 well before ww2. And as to Nikita giving the Crimea it was recompense for the horrors perpetrated by Stalin.

  10. pavlov commented on Views of the World 4 months ago

    Russia violated the The Budapest Memorandum when they seized Crimea and continue to do so with impunity.