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  1. 17 days ago on Jack Ohman

    Aw! He has his father’s hypocrisy.

  2. 17 days ago on Lisa Benson

    Neither company produces a decent paper anywhere. And they wonder why nobody buys ’em.

  3. 18 days ago on Candorville

    Anybody remember how Hitler became “Chancellor for Life”? Even legislators from his own party were afraid to oppose him. Any who did were attacked by mobs directed by the party. One legislator was beaten to death at a theater and no one was arrested. You can see the hostage look on a lot of the GOP. They have no where to go on this.

  4. 20 days ago on Wizard of Id

    A profanity with five letters? Still thinking…..

  5. 20 days ago on Doonesbury

    If we identified half the illegal immigrants here and simply issued them Social Security cards and work permits the economy would expand significantly and tax revenue would follow. And ending an exploitative underground economy that depresses wages for everyone else would definitely work to raise wages across the board.

  6. 2 months ago on Tom Stiglich

    Could have beaten him without his Russian helpers.

  7. 2 months 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………

  8. 2 months 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.

  9. 2 months 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?

  10. 2 months 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.