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Unapologetic Anti-War redhead who tried to retire, but married a farmer instead. Organic gardener, cattle rancher, chicken wrangler, and wrench-turner. Bibliophile, history buff, hunter of soybean-eating deer vermin, and practitioner of the distaff arts. Trying to reconcile a green lifestyle with a lead foot. Perpetually tweaking a science fiction novel and pushing my practical skills and multi-cultural understanding agenda on my county "WI" group. I may save you from the zombie apocalypse - but don't push your luck...

Recent Comments

  1. about 2 hours ago on M2Bulls

    The name of the holiday should be changed to Indigenous Peoples Day…or First Nations Day – because WTF white Americans, stop celebrating colonialism and genocide!!

  2. about 3 hours ago on Mo

    Halloween per Bill Mahrer: “Trump sending Giuliani to get dirt on Biden is like a pumpkin sending a vampire to get dirt on a mummy.”

  3. 5 days ago on Tom Toles

    Better yet, drag Mango Mussolini out of the WH by his “bone spur” heels…then hang him from them.

  4. 6 days ago on Jim Morin

    It’s “Khrushchev’s due at Idlewild”, so “Putin’s due at JFK” works fine.

  5. 6 days ago on Mike Luckovich

    Like when Carter had solar panels installed on the White House and Reagan quickly had them removed.

  6. 6 days ago on Clay Bennett

    Like Deep Throat/Woodward/Bernstein? Those with the power to hinder the investigation, such as criminals in the administration like the AG, would suggest that attempts to follow protocol are not always successful. How many conversations were successfully buried before FINALLY the first whistleblower’s complaint came to light?

    And yes, the people who exposed the military’s abuse of prisoners and NSA mass surveillance of the public are to be commended – in fact, both Snowden and Manning encountered push-back to their initial reports when presented in the “approved manner”. The hierarchy buried their complaints, which is why they sought unsanctioned channels for their whistleblowing efforts. Although the PTB state otherwise, the “see something, say something” protocol is dangerous to anyone who uses it.

    To constantly castigate whistleblowers for the method they use to bring abuses to light without acknowledging the practices which result in the whistleblowing if they aren’t politically favorable “to our guy”, is just another impediment to those who risk themselves to protect us from tyranny.

  7. 6 days ago on Rip Haywire

    If Rip has “giggle fists”, does RJ have “chuckle knuckles”?

  8. 7 days ago on Pop Culture Shock Therapy

    Yet strangely, not one meteor hit the Kent farm just down the road…

  9. 8 days ago on Jim Morin

    Red hats are infamous for the “don’t want to think and do the work” mentality.

  10. 12 days ago on Gary Markstein

    Don’t forget the myriad communities that have enacted a MINIMUM square footage requirement for homes, flying in the face of the more ecologically sound tiny house movement and depriving those who could afford smaller housing the ability to do so.