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  1. 1 day ago on W.T. Duck

    One of the corollaries to Murphy’s Law:

    ‘You Cannot Use Murphy’s Law To Your Advantage’

  2. 5 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    Research is a cornerstone of the pharmaceutical industry. The gummint funds much of it. Development includes the necessary steps of testing and approval without which side effects would take center stage. I’m not familiar enough with the process to know how much of the development is funded by the gummint but I suspect it’s far less than the research.

  3. 8 days ago on Steve Breen

    While the president can’t be held harmless, it is CONGRESS that spends the money. It is now time to pay the bills. Not doing so will be worse than just having a few banks fail.

  4. 10 days ago on Scott Stantis

    Thankfully there is someone to say “NO” to the reckless federal spending of late.

    Congress does the spending. The money has been committed by Congress. It’s now Congress’ turn to authorize paying the bills. Not doing so will have disastrous effects on the creditworthiness of the USA

    If Congress doesn’t like the spending, let them fix the budget, not complain about the bills.

  5. 11 days ago on ViewsAmerica

    I have experienced that fatigue for a couple decades now.

  6. 16 days ago on ViewsAmerica


  7. 17 days ago on Ted Rall

    Training is for your work

    Education is for your leisure.

  8. 18 days ago on Clay Bennett

    Who has to take the kids?

  9. 18 days ago on Matt Wuerker


    Here we have a bunch of people complaining about older people running for an important office, but trying to raise the retirement age to keep Social Security solvent.

    If older people are less capable, then they should be able to retire. If they are still capable they should be able to do important work.

    Let’s be consistent.

  10. 18 days ago on Speed Bump

    And their wings don’t sag, they fray.