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  1. about 2 hours ago on Ted Rall

    Biden tried. And even bragged about trying. He just didn’t succeed.

  2. about 9 hours ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    I can find no mention of any compensation received by the victims in the tour boat

  3. about 10 hours ago on Kevin Kallaugher

    So Biden didn’t get any protection from this kind of betrayal? Not very smart of him.

  4. about 11 hours ago on Ted Rall

    It is pure speculation that the Bidens did or do anything corrupt, ever.

    I’d say that spending 4 years in office trying to turn SS & Medicare into a slush fund for the rich is highly corrupt.

  5. 1 day ago on Ted Rall

    It’s what Mr. Rall implies in this cartoon, isn’t it?

    I’m not sure that it’s quite that definite. Ted might be showing Biden incriminating himself, but Ted might be saying Biden is suffering cognitive slippage and is too fogged out to know what he’s doing. I’d think that would be Ted’s message here since Biden is a scoundrel of long standing and is pretty careful about what he admits to. Or maybe I’m wrong; it wouldn’t be the first time.

  6. 1 day ago on Ted Rall

    I’ve no idea. Has it been shown that he did?

  7. 1 day ago on Ted Rall

    That’s almost the perfect office within which to protect yourself, if you’re a crook.

  8. 1 day ago on Ted Rall

    Ted’s not saying they’re equal, just very similar in their psychopathic natures.

  9. 1 day ago on Ted Rall

    Bank accounts are typically opened as a secure place to keep one’s money. A shell account is usually used as part of a process to launder one’s money, if it’s dirty. It’s a pass-through, the money isn’t held in the account.

    You have some legitimate money, $100, in the account. You spend it to buy stock in, say, a legal firm that does work for the Mafiya (Russian Mob). After some time, the lawfirm pays out profits, and your stock pays $1000 on your original $100, all of it clean (this presumes the feds can’t make a case against the lawyers, who are allowed, even encouraged by professional ethics, to work for mobsters)

  10. 1 day ago on Ted Rall

    That’s because the jury didn’t believe him!

    Individuals who have greatly harmed others because of delusions are typically decent people who are broken-hearted when freed of the delusions, and eager to make amends. Jones didn’t behave that way. His behavior shows that he wasn’t psychotic, he was (and is) psychopathic: he lacks remorse for the harm he caused, and the only one he cares about is himself.