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  1. 1 day ago on Michael Ramirez

    Where in the world do you get your information? The USA was in a terrible depression because of the repeated failures of Republican administrations (sounds like something we have experienced in recent memory) FDR put America back to work on infrastructure and cultural projects, and the country was just about back up and running when Hitler invaded Poland. The New Deal built needed hiways, bridges, and dams, and really made it possible to respond to the needs of factories to produce the materials for our nation and allies for WWII. It is the ability to produce goods and services as much as it is to put soldiers on the battlefield that wins wars.

    FDR and his programs, including lend lease, saved the world. Were all the outcomes good? No. But, on balance, they saved the USA, and the USA saved the rest of the world. Without FDR we might all be speaking a different language, and have a different form of government. Look up history; see what the Marshall Plan did for a prostrate Europe. Look at the recovery of Japan. Heck, look at the recovery in Viet Nam. Same kind of benefits. Could even work in Louisiana if the politics there were not all bought by the energy companies.

  2. 1 day ago on Robert Ariail

    You can see the systematic removal of human rights by the Roberts court and the dismantling of regulations that protected the public in favor of corporations and oligarchs. We have the best supreme court money can buy. And those who should hang their heads in shame are blatant and defiant. They have NO SHAME, and they should have.

  3. 1 day ago on Nick Anderson

    I think there needs to be term limits on supreme court justices. And there needs to be a rotation, with an additional four members on the court. This current court has proven self interest and self dealing has crept into the space that used to be public service.

  4. 3 days ago on Dana Summers


  5. 5 days ago on Dana Summers

    In terms of foreign affairs it seems to me that Biden has been doing a pretty good job: 1. Revitalizing NATO. Is it perfect? No, but he has pulled it off the brink of destruction, got it stiffening its military spine and added some needed countries who have sat on the fence for decades. Good Job Joe! The other guy was ready to flush it down to toilet as a gift to Putin, who he admires. 2. Got us out of Afghanistan, finally. Another quagmire, 20 year war with no end in sight. Was it pretty and problem-free? No, but pre-conditions had already been set up for failure by the other guy. Joe got it done. Good job, Joe! 3. Joe has been getting allies lined up in the Indo-Pacific, from Japan to Australia and even improving relations with India. The Philippines run hot and cold, but they need help against China, too. Just getting those countries sitting down militarily as a self-interest group is a start. The last guy just wanted to poke his thumb in everyone’s eye because they didn’t get down and kiss his big stinky. 4. And finally, and most important, Joe stepped up and put our oar in the water when Putin attacked Ukraine. Did we do it perfectly? No, but we did it. And we’ve been doing it better up until the Republicans bowed to the Orange piece of sewage and started supporting Putin instead of Ukraine. Came very close to defeating Ukraine by withholding munitions. (remember, those $$$ spent on munitions were spent mostly in Republican districts, and benefitted magats directly). Thank you Joe for supporting Ukraine. Shame on you republicans for being pro-Putin and against helping to save a country fighting for its life.

  6. 5 days ago on Jack Ohman

    Perfect! Please let it be soon!

  7. 6 days ago on Matt Wuerker

    Yes, he ought to be the perfect VP candidate for the orange-faced convicted criminal

  8. 6 days ago on Dana Summers

    Trump has been convicted of sexual molestation and has bragged out loud with his own mouth and words about being a sexual predator. Just that one truth should be enough for any thinking voter to cast their vote for someone else. Trump has been convicted of multiple counts of creating false business records, cheating on taxes, and he has bragged about being smart because he avoids paying taxes. Is that what we want in the top elected official in the country? He has cheated on all his wives and is defending creating false business records to cheat on election law and tax law so he can dodge responsibility for paying off a sexual partner not his wife to avoid it affecting the 2016 election. His defense seems to be, “Who cares?” “It doesn’t matter”. “Somebody else did it and went to prison for it, so why come after me?” “Creating false business records to avoid taxes should not be a crime! Nobody got hurt. Everyone does it. I’ve got immunity!”

  9. 6 days ago on Clay Bennett

    Yes, he knows to shut up every time he is asked to swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth…

  10. 8 days ago on Clay Bennett

    Please remember 45 is a criminal defendant in a trial. He may be other things, like a political candidate, but providing an orderly and fair trial places limitations on the defendant. He can say anything he wants once he swears to be truthful and takes the stand. Up until now he has been testifying without swearing to be truthful. You can be your own judge as to how truthful he is and has been. Having his lawyers make an opening statement about his innocence and never having sex with a witness is what allowed all the salacious stuff in. In fact, his defense attorneys brought all the Orange waste testimony in and repeated and repeated it. What did you think after all that was in the court record?