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  1. dcunning commented on Tom Toles 17 days ago

    Huh? So, comments are limited to bold and italic text? Regular, non-bold, non-italicized text is unacceptable?

  2. dcunning commented on Moderately Confused 19 days ago

    ZIn, it’s chock full, not chalk full — except it’s not.

  3. dcunning commented on Stuart Carlson 2 months ago

    Absolutely right. And Trump’s sordid past is finally coming to light.

  4. dcunning commented on Mike Luckovich 3 months ago

    Correct! The GOP will accept any candidate the leadership can manipulate, no matter how stupid ( George W) or addled (Reagan) or venal (Trump). The end — more $$$ for “high-net-worth individuals” and more opportunity to stratify society — justifies the means. They simply use those who blindly vote against their own interests.

  5. dcunning commented on Jeff Danziger 4 months ago

    I don’t think Purgatory exists any more, officially. Wasn’t it removed (or whatever the word is) along with Limbo?

  6. dcunning commented on B.C. 8 months ago

    Except that “err” is pronounced “er,” not “air.”

  7. dcunning commented on Glenn McCoy 9 months ago

    We are not a Christian nation. We are a nation of religious people, non-religious people, and people who are disinterested in religion. All have an equal right to their convictions. The freedom to think for ourselves is our greatest strength.

  8. dcunning commented on Jeff Danziger about 1 year ago

    And, like Mexico, Canada will pay for it, too. Right? The portion of the wall separating Alaska from Canada will probably have interesting challenges….

  9. dcunning commented on Steve Kelley over 1 year ago

    They’re ALL rich, except for Bernie Sanders — some filthier than others. And there are other ways to buy a person than with money. Being rich doesn’t make a person smart or fair or competent. Trump is a clown.

  10. dcunning commented on For Better or For Worse over 1 year ago

    Good comment. Please note, though, in the interest of clarity (not criticism): it’s “could have” or “could’ve” — not “could of.”