Ted Rall by Ted Rall

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  1. soandso2

    soandso2 said, over 7 years ago

    Great to be aboard

  2. ezdeb

    ezdeb said, over 7 years ago

    History IS amazing, old1953. I have an interest in reading U.S. history, and I simply cringe sometimes when I see what happened to tip a policy decision one way or another. It could simply be a missed train, a misunderstood telegram, a sudden illness, an imagened omen, a bad day with a spouse, etc.

    It’s a wonder any progress is made anywhere!

  3. Gladius

    Gladius said, over 7 years ago

    old1953, What was really sad about the Uncle Joe thing was what happened to the filmakers who were asked to put out wartime prop to support our great allies the Russians. Of course the gvt. nailed them for being commies after the war even though they had been following government instructions.

  4. deadheadzan

    deadheadzan GoComics PRO Member said, over 7 years ago

    Say what you will about the Soviet Union but they had millions of civilian casualties during WW2. When it comes down to it, civilian casualties of the Brits and Europeans boggle the mind. We in the States have been spared that effect. Until 9/11, that is. Since then, look at what our response has been. War is hell, all the way and I wonder if humans will ever be able to shake our natural inclination to take territory and wage war.

  5. ezdeb

    ezdeb said, over 7 years ago

    One fact rarely remembered about 9/11 is that the target was the World Trade Center, not necessarily just the U.S. Many of the WTC victims were not American citizens.

  6. meowdam

    meowdam said, over 7 years ago

    something happened on 9/11 ……………….. Someone attacked 3 buildings fell like clockwork The USA went after Iraq when 17 of the “identified” attackers were Saudi. Mohammed Atta’s passport was found on the street by an FBI agent. It is NOT about oil - look into my eyes -it is NOT about oil- repeat -it is NOT about oil -

  7. M Henri Day

    M Henri Day said, over 7 years ago

    Rickoshayrabbit, I’ve not read Professor Zimbardo’s book, but I’m familar with his experiment, an account of which is available - in seven languages, no less ! -on the web (http://www.prisonexp.org/). Everyone who wonders about what we as humans are capable should check this - and Stanley Miligram’s experiment at Yale - out….


  8. edmondd

    edmondd said, over 7 years ago

    By judging how the broken Criminal Justice actually works, I’d say that the man inside the cartoon prison may be actually innocent. If the depiction is to be accurate to the real world.

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