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  1. over 7 years ago on Gray Matters


    If you want “don’t count” try Flint or Detroit where 57,000 “chose not to vote for president” but did for “down ballot” offices which have their power usurped by an appointed Gauleiter. For those who will believe anything.

  2. over 7 years ago on Non Sequitur


    Camels are fairly large and indigenous to deserts. Bison and elephants will cross deserts large enough to take a couple of days.

  3. over 7 years ago on Frazz

    The NPP

    Simple “recomendations” for simple folk. I know how to fish, but I would hate to depend on it for every day of my life. Some days they aren’t biting and netting an entire lake is illegal and properly so.

  4. over 7 years ago on Reality Check


    Not if you spell it with an eth like we did before Caslon pied the case.

  5. over 7 years ago on Signe Wilkinson

    Kip W

    It was a big broader than that. I remember the broadcast and he also specified science and technology.

  6. over 7 years ago on For Better or For Worse

    A few years ago, historians got together and claimed that they were certain that only three presidents never had sex outside of marriage, another handful were uncertain either way. None of the three were Republicans. In this day of false news, we will never know if a fourth has been added to the list.

  7. over 7 years ago on F Minus

    Carl R

    When real estate values rise, so do ad valorum taxes. Soon those neighbors will be forced out and all the advantages of that neighborhood will be destroyed forever.

  8. over 7 years ago on Jeff Danziger

    Kip W

    But Trumpski knows more than generals, intel, professors, or anyone else. He has, at various times, said so.

  9. over 7 years ago on Clay Jones

    Uncle Joe

    One quibble, like candelabra and data, agenda is already plural. With rapid change, an agendum would be outdated before it was finished writing. Otherwise, excellent points.

  10. over 7 years ago on Phil Hands


    One does not have to burn crosses on people’s yards to be motivated by hate. It is part of our environment and indeed one must work hard to resist it. Marx’s error in describing the class struggle was not that the class struggle does not exist. Indeed, his description has held up rather well for something over a sesquicentury old. His error was in assuming that having nothing to lose but their chains, the downtrodden must inevitably rise up in violent revolt. Just under a century later, one-sixth of the world’s population gained their political independence by the satyagraha of a dedicated minority. The first stage is to recognize not only the hate in all of us, but that the hate increases in both directions with power – the most and least powerful hate the most, the difference being in the skill in which they channel it. The middle? They are mostly too apathetic to care.