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  1. about 16 hours ago on Ted Rall

    We can hope. I think you’re right about liberals, when the right response is to not care WHAT Mueller comes up with, because resolving this mess will eventually count on Congress.

  2. about 21 hours ago on Pearls Before Swine

    COYOTY: Love that avatar image.

  3. about 21 hours ago on Non Sequitur

    That’s nothing. Try reading the Code of Hammurabi. The standard punishment for most crimes was death.

  4. about 21 hours ago on Non Sequitur

    VARNES: Don’t tell Emo Philips.

  5. about 21 hours ago on B.C.

    “Ya missed me, na na na!”

    “Getting warm today, isn’t it?”


  6. about 22 hours ago on Mike Luckovich

    Imagine. A rich and boorish real estate wheeler dealer whose only god is money, doesn’t support the actual people of the nation. Whooda thunk it.

  7. about 22 hours ago on Mike Luckovich

    CHROMOSOME: It’s not untold, just ignored by the dominant corporate media.

  8. about 22 hours ago on Matt Davies

    The drug war has always been a race war, but it also serves as a bulwark of the police state, so plenty of white people are inevitably targets, too.

    White scions of rich families, however, get a mulligan.

  9. about 22 hours ago on Matt Bors

    I laughed out loud at the second panel. And “You’re unhinged” makes an excellent coda.

  10. about 22 hours ago on Jim Morin

    Lenavid’s conveniently warped description of the Uranium One deal did lead me to review the details of that deal. I found that Rosatom now controls not 20%, but about 10% of U.S. uranium production – none of which gets exported to Russia (assuming the records are not a big fat lie).

    I also found that the U.S. imports about 90% of the uranium it uses. From where? Well, “Uranium originating in Kazakhstan, Russia, and Uzbekistan accounted for 38% of the 50.6 million pounds.” Shouldn’t all those people screaming about the Uranium One deal also be yelling “Russian uranium for Russia!”?

    And then there’s that final, shocking datum. I had no idea that the U.S. uses 50 million pounds of uranium every year. (It’s triuranium oxide, so the uranium comes to “only” 40 million pounds).