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  1. about 4 hours ago on Doonesbury

  2. about 10 hours ago on Over the Hedge

    George just got introduced to the idea of checks…

    The concept of money and cashing a check might be a little later.

  3. about 10 hours ago on Doonesbury


    But Nixon committed treason to get elected for his first term. (The LBJ tapes about it were released, and H.R. Haldeman took meticulous notes about it.)

    And Reagan’s Iran / Contra deal was a clear-cut crime.

    So it’s been going on for awhile.

  4. about 10 hours ago on Prickly City


    GoComics previously had a problem when one would post in one thread… But the comment would show up somewhere else.

  5. about 11 hours ago on Prickly City

    It isn’t just that Donald Trump is crazy.

    It isn’t just that he lies.

    It’s not just that his administration is filled with chaos.

    And it isn’t just that he is “Putin’s puppet.”

    There’s another problem we tend to overlook as we react to the president’s bombast, wild claims, misogyny, racism, lies, greed, avarice, and abandonment of all the core principles of our country and his party.

    We overlook it because it is so common that it is no longer news.

    It is this: Donald Trump rarely shows up in the West Wing, and when he does, he is too incompetent to effectively fulfill his oath of office.

    The Marine guard posted outside of Trump’s office when he is in it almost never appears before noon and is rarely seen in the afternoon.

    There have been days when Trump has held press briefings where the guard wasn’t outside of the door even as Trump entered the briefing room—indicating that Trump may have walked straight from the residence to the briefing room.

    No guard on duty outside of the West Wing after a Trump appearance would indicate he walked straight back to the residence.

    The image of the hard-working Trump that he and his supporters love to promote is false.

    The lack of attendance leads to presidential inaction on key issues.

    Trump has promised infrastructure and healthcare reform since his first day in office. We haven’t gotten them.

    The message coming out of the Trump White House could not be more muddled. It has been this way all along.

    Many of Trump’s lies are a symptom of his lack of engagement in the job he’s been elected to perform.

    The man in charge isn’t there. His pathological lying exists to cover up his lack of engagement.

    Everything becomes a political debate and Trump must always be right.


  6. about 12 hours ago on Prickly City

    We know that Vladimir Putin takes his lifelong campaign to disrupt American democracy and destroy the very foundations of Western civilization extremely seriously—but that doesn’t mean he and his state media minions can’t have a little fun with it now and then.

    A bizarre and, frankly, deeply disturbing ad from the state-controlled RT network shows a deep-faked President Donald Trump joining the channel as an anchor.

    Although the wig is dodgy, the video superimposes Trump’s face onto a chubby body and plays real clips of him denigrating CNN and lavishing praise on “amazing” Russia.

    At another point, when the Trump character is apparently lauding the Kremlin for the generous benefits they pay him, he says: “They’re very nice. I make a lot of money with them. They pay me millions and hundreds of millions.”

    Those comments are lifted from a campaign rally in 2015, when Trump was praising Saudi Arabia.

    The Daily Beast reported last week that state media is openly rooting for Trump and salivating at the prospect of a post-election civil war.

    Imagining such a conflict, a columnist for RIA Novosti recently wrote, “It is better to remain neutral, but if we had to choose, then Trump is certainly ours.”

    Moreover, the atrocious hairpiece aside, RT’s deep-fake technology is pretty impressive at first glance.

    If Russian disinformation damaged the election so much four years ago, imagine what a deep-faked video of Joe Biden saying something unconscionable could be if it spread like wildfire on Facebook before any kind of correction could be heard.

    In a press release celebrating its video, RT wrote, “If all doesn’t go well for Donald Trump at the polls on November 3, then don’t worry Mr President, just hop on a plane to Moscow because there’s a job waiting for you.”


  7. 1 day ago on Prickly City

    That should be my line.

  8. 1 day ago on Prickly City

    “The Taped Recording”


    In the early days of the coronavirus outbreak, Donald Trump publicly downplayed the threat of the virus, saying numerous times that it was no more deadly than the “common flu” and that it would just “go away.”

    However, Trump admitted to Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward on a Feb. 7 call that he knew how deadly and contagious the virus was and, he said, “I wanted to always play it down.”

    “You just breathe the air and that’s how it’s passed,” Trump said in an interview for Woodward’s forthcoming book, “Rage.” “And so that’s a very tricky one. That’s a very delicate one. It’s also more deadly than even your strenuous flus.”


  9. 1 day ago on Prickly City

    So you missed that whole:

    “…eight months after the scourge first reached the world’s richest nation, with its state-of-the-art laboratories, top-flight scientists and stockpiles of medical supplies.”


    We should be doing far, far, better than just being not the worse.

  10. 1 day ago on Prickly City

    And, of course… Telling the actual truth.


    President Trump admitted to Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward in early February that he knew the coronavirus was “more deadly than even your strenuous flu,”

    …but the president continued to compare Covid-19 to the flu for weeks following his conversation with Woodward, claiming he "wanted to always play it down.