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  1. 9 days ago on Prickly City

    I like the way Stantis is handling this. Anyone who doesn’t think BOTH sides are “stone cold cuckoo bananas” at this point isn’t paying attention.

  2. 16 days ago on Mike Lester

    Interesting that none of the Libs commenting here seem to have a problem with how their party is accurately depicted as a Witch (Hunt) Doctor.

  3. 20 days ago on Mike Lester

    Looking at many of the comments above, I’d ask “WHAT…is your quest?” only it’s already obvious – to try to railroad Trump for the umpteenth time. And yes, I DID read the transcript of his phone call. The very definition of a nothing burger.

  4. 21 days ago on Mike Lester

    Maybe that whistleblower needs help from the DNC again…

  5. 2 months ago on Mike Lester

    Love it! The slipperiest of slopes.

  6. 4 months ago on Mike Lester

    The question was asked which candidates wanted NO private health insurance, and Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harriss both raised their hands. (Note that any “Medicare for All” type plan can’t work if anyone – ANYone – is allowed to opt out. Which means, whether the hands went up or not, any candidate favoring single payer or Medicare for All is coming out for the elimination of private health insurance.

    I’ll concede, though, that I didn’t hear any candidates promise free entry for illegals, at least not in those exact words. Rather, they’re expressing enthusiasm for unlimited immigration, legal or illegal, lack of prosecution or deportation, and full, free percs and benefits for whoever shows up, whatever their legal status.

  7. 4 months ago on Mike Lester

    The people claiming Lester’s points are lies apparently didn’t bother to watch the debates…

  8. 5 months ago on Mike Lester


  9. 5 months ago on Non Sequitur

    Wiley is retiring?!

  10. 5 months ago on Mike Lester

    Hilarious comments. If you see liberals wanting to kill freedom of speech as hilarious. And Lester’s larger point is being ignored: if all of these private companies who represent themselves as “platforms” rather than “content providers” can edit what we see and hear, what will keep the phone companies from doing the same?

    Ideologies aside, we should all worry about slippery slopes that lead to a cliff.