Michael Ramirez for May 23, 2017

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    twclix  almost 7 years ago

    @#resisttrump. Brilliant observation. Humans are bad at probability estimates. I have no fear of terrorism and I travel the world. I stay away from hotspots in parts of Africa and the Middle East. But no big deal. What are the chances of being involved?

    It’s really old news, but driving no a car is way more dangerous than most of our seemingly more dangerous activities. Fear mongering notwithstanding. Fact.

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    denis1112  almost 7 years ago

    Doing nothing emboldens them.They think us fools because of the liberal approach to what they do.When they set off a nuke in a major U.S. city,will Democrats still think ignoring them is the way to go?

    A nuclear suicide bomber is very feasible.No missiles needed.A knowledge of how port facilities work is all that is needed.

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    running down a dream  almost 7 years ago

    stand strong american men .. against terrorism and the murder of women and children.

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    BeniHanna6 Premium Member almost 7 years ago

    Main stream media has reported the Manchester neighborhood has a number of residents that have gone to the middle east to fight for ISIS. Then the British government allowed them back into the country. Amazing how ensuring one individuals rights doomed children. They have the right to leave, but get a clue and revoke their passports.

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    yohannbiimu  almost 7 years ago

    This is a great response to this atrocity. Go check out Steve Benson’s pathetic attempt to communicate his “outrage.” He basically projects it through a dirty little girl, that shouts “COWARDS.” There’s no identification of WHO the “cowards” ARE, and of course, he jumps right back the next day to what he’s REALLY outraged about—anyone who disagrees with his retarded progressivism.

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