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Recent Comments

  1. 10 days ago on Doonesbury

    Well, we know how that worked out….

  2. 10 days ago on Doonesbury

    Yeah, I’ve always wanted to know what happened to Ellie, Howie and Jeanie, not to mention Rufus aka “Thor.” I’d imagine Ellie, at least, has accomplished many goals in life. It’d be nice if before Trudeau turns out the lights and puts away his pencils for good, we’d get to see her reunite with Joanie.

  3. 15 days ago on Doonesbury

    The interesting thing is, she had her father’s nose when she was a little kid, then when she was about seven it became much smaller, and stayed that way until she entered her teens when those genes apparently reasserted themselves.

  4. 21 days ago on Doonesbury

    Good lord, Nixon? You’re skipping right from Nixon to now in making that judgment?

    And what the heck is “youth circuit” supposed to mean? Speaking as a 36-year-old who started reading Doonesbury at age 13 in 1995 and pored through all the old books I could find, I can assure you that Trudeau (and that’s Garry with two r’s, by the way) has deftly managed to avoid what happens to far too many public polemics who stay at their post for decades on end——falling out of touch. He never has.

  5. 21 days ago on Doonesbury

    He sure makes them kind of adorable here. But then, Trudeau always did draw cute little kids.

  6. about 2 months ago on Doonesbury

    Carl, it is difficult to have patience with this because there is literally no aspect of this conversation that conservatives conduct in good faith. The issue of “voter fraud” is almost entirely fictional, and any discussion of “measures” are meaningless unless it is acknowledged from the start that the entire thing is, and always has been, a means of vote suppression.

    Besides, I really don’t want to hear about “straw men.” I could link you right now to a shocking exchange I read on a conservative site where several people openly discuss their position that the only people who should be legally allowed to vote are property owners. Why? Because voting should be left to those “with skin in the game.” Worse, some of them openly deride the 19th Amendment, in which case it would be exclusively male property owners.

    So don’t talk to us about strawmen. If that is where the conversation on voting can go among anyone considering themselves conservative (and this is a crowd that does not even consider itself to be remotely radical), nobody is under the slightest obligation to pretend the spectrum of this issue does not lead where it very clearly does.

  7. 2 months ago on Nancy

    This is one of those strips that I really wish I could somehow transport to 1955 and place in front of Ernie Bushmiller’s millions of readers, just to see how they’d react to it.

  8. 2 months ago on Nancy

    I’m rolling.

    Nancy, you are DEADLY. =)

  9. 2 months ago on Doonesbury

    When this really does start to happen, the collective response to these profiles in courage should be “Go #$&% yourselves with a rusty spiked bat.”

  10. 3 months ago on Doonesbury

    Sir (madam?), after reading your take, let me just say that you are spectacularly out of touch with what is actually going on on out there.