Used to behead Marie Antoinette who seems to have been framed by false accusations to support a political agenda with no interest in the truth.
Something about the feeling of paper between one’s fingers. Though I do admit to reading the newspaper and comic strips on-line.
I miss newspapers, especially the Sunday papers. Used to spend a morning reading comics, book reviews and local features over a nice plate of scrambled eggs. This is the first place I’ve lived where I didn’t subscribe to a local paper, but the typeface is too small for me to read without magnifying glasses (which really takes the fun out of it), and most of the local features are long gone. Just ad pages now…
Thankfully Darrin Bell doesn’t, as yet, live in a dictatorship.
Take that, Post-Gazette!
Rudy Park meets Candorville.
Isn’t Mr. Bell being too self congratulatory. Political cartoons through the centuries have been used to spread lies, innuendos, gossip and speculation.
Je suis Charlie
(I wonder if the Trumpers will believe their own idol when he says he’ll lie about it?)
“I really believe otherwise I wouldn’t be doing this,” Trump said of the summit. “I think, honestly, [Kim] is going to do these things. I might be wrong. I mean, I may stand before you in six months and say, ‘Hey, I was wrong.’
“I don’t know that I will ever admit that, but I’ll find some kind of an excuse,” Trump said.)
Yes they will believe anything he says at the moment and consider lies to be strategic and another example of his brilliance.
Just like Il Douche’s minions at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette are afraid of Rob Rogers!
The Pittsburgh Gazette just fired an editorial cartoonist for skewering Trump.
Darrin Bell and Theron Heir