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  1. 24 days ago on Tom Stiglich

    Could have beaten him without his Russian helpers.

  2. 24 days ago on Gary Markstein

    A lot of blame can be laid at the feet of recruiters. Young people who join thinking it’s the Scouts or some sort of sports team experience get a rude awakening fast and then you’re committed. And it doesn’t take long for them to realize that the death, pain, and suffering are largely for nothing. And when they come home they realize that no one really cares. Then they get a job as a cop………

  3. 24 days ago on Jeff Danziger

    He was given a cherry job at Heritage Foundation when it was being run by Dick Cheney’s wife. And it was immediately after the court decision that made Bush II president.

  4. 24 days ago on Chris Britt

    It might not be politically correct NOW but blackface costumes were a common disguise in the 70’s and 80’s often using cold cream and cocoa. Concepts change and people change too. Good leaders are seldom flawless people. Roosevelt and Churchill are prime examples. Are we looking for effective leadership or candidates for sainthood?

  5. 24 days ago on Over the Hedge

    The most dangerous piece of furniture has to be the Lay-z-boy. Killed a lot of my older friends.

  6. 24 days ago on Doonesbury

    You’re supposed to hold a drumstick by the end of the bone.

  7. 2 months ago on Matt Wuerker

    A large majority of the people who voted for Trump saw nothing from the tax cut so they’ll just have to be satisfied with someone who will be sympathetic to their racism, incivility, and misogyny. What a deal…..

  8. 2 months ago on Tom Stiglich

    Seems these guys are really afraid of her ideas.

  9. 2 months ago on M2Bulls

    Should have mentioned that the “free” land was free because it was taken from Native Americans. Mostly by brute force.

  10. 2 months ago on Mike Lester

    Any time they’re criticized the Israelis play the antisemitism card because it has worked consistently in the past. However, the nation of Israel is a political entity that makes political decisions that effect the entire region. There is no reason the Israeli government should not face criticism for their political actions when those actions adversely effect others. And considering the flagrant and repeated violations of international laws and agreements there’s no reason to believe that the criticism will not become louder and international isolation more intense. And this has nothing to do with religion.