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  1. about 22 hours ago on Joe Heller

    If wishes and buts were candy and nuts, we’ll have Christmas every day. But hopefully the IRS will be more able to ensure the billionaires and corporations pay their fair share. Last time we did that, we built the interstate highway system and put men on the moon. It could happen again.

  2. 2 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    Alex Jones will be back at court (this time in CT) and will find that unlike TX, there’s no settlement cap in that state. Karma’s a b****, isn’t it Alex?

  3. 2 days ago on Joe Heller

    I have a friend at my church who worked at the IRS (although she’s long since retired). She and I agree that the IRS has been woefully understaffed for years. And that they’re still using the highly obsolete COBOL software. I’m glad that they are finally allowed to hire more staff and update. Perhaps now they can go after offshore tax havens in Switzerland, The Caymans, etc. And to insure that multinational corporations and individual billionaires (like Elon Musk) pay their fair share. Taxes are the price one pays for living in a free society.

  4. 3 days ago on Joe Heller

    With the rantings of a small (albeit noisy) minority of hard core MAGATS ringing in his ears, it looks like Trump will make a run for the White House in 2024. But if AG Garland and the FBI make their case convincingly, they could yet find a way to connect DJT to the Jan. 6th Capitol storming. If Trump runs in 2024, regardless, he will likely soon find that outside of his hard core MAGA base he’s not all that popular these days. The GOP will likely go with a younger candidate like FL Gov. Ron DeSantis, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo or former UN Ambassador (and former SC Gov.) Nikki Hayley. There’s only a few years separating Trump from Biden after all. By 2024, Trump will be the same age Biden was when he was sworn in on Jan. 2021 (78).

  5. 4 days ago on Gary Varvel

    Let’s see, Biden and Congressional Democrats managed to pass a bill that would reduce drug costs for seniors and raise taxes on corporations and billionaires? Plus, the latest word is that with GOP incumbents (like WI Sen. Ron Johnson) and hopefuls (like Herschel Walker running against Rafael Warnock in GA) making fools of themselves on the campaign trail the Dems might be able to expand their majority in the Senate (I still fear they’ll lose the House, but we’ll see). Yes, food prices are still rising currently, but hopefully they will start to drop like gas prices are in most of the country. We’ll know more when we get closer to Election Day.

  6. 5 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    With GOP incumbents (like Sen. Ron Johnson of WI) and hopefuls (like USFL Quarterback and GA Senate hopeful Herschel Walker) making fools of themselves publicly, the Democrats might actually expand their majority in the Senate (I still expect them to lose the House though). The defeat of the abortion bill in Kansas gives me hope that Democrats, Moderate Republicans and independent swing voters (who might otherwise sit out the midterms) will turn out with the same intensity as the GOP base. Food prices stabilizing (like gas prices are currently doing) between now and Election Day will certainly help. Hopefully the election deniers in AZ and some other states will get defeated and the “stop the steal” crowd will finally get the message their fifteen minutes are up.

  7. 6 days ago on Joe Heller

    While it remains to be seen how much Alex Jones pays, since Texas has a cap on settlements, he is also facing a trial in CT (where the Sandy Hook massacre took place), where there isn’t a cap. Jones is finding out that Karma is a b****!

  8. 6 days ago on Joe Heller

    To quote Ron White, “You can’t fix stupid”.

  9. 7 days ago on Ted Rall

    I saw an editorial cartoon (I forget the cartoonist) showing a Republican elephant and a Democratic donkey drinking together in a bar. The elephant is saying “I don’t want a Biden/Trump rematch in 2024”. And the donkey responds, “Wait! We actually agree on something?” Speaking for myself, I would not like Biden running for a second term (if he lives until 2024). I would rather see a qualified younger Democrat running, like Colorado Governor Jared Polis or New Jersey Senator Cory Booker. As for the GOP, though Trump’s oversized ego will no doubt lead him to run again in 2024. It’s likely GOP voters will go with someone younger like Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

  10. 9 days ago on Mike Lester

    You don’t play the game, Mike, you don’t make the rules.