Michael Ramirez for March 02, 2024

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    Zykoic  3 months ago

    So easy with their henchmen coming across the border.

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    Hello Everyone  3 months ago

    Ramirez is right. We need more hackers in the FBI, CIA, Armed Forces and to stop Industrial Espionage. Ever wonder how China developed their own Covid Vaccine when other countries, like Japan, couldn’t? It’s a lot faster to steal info, then to actually research it yourself.

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    brwydave Premium Member 3 months ago

    Mike, you forgot the border, Ukraine, the Middle East and other problems the Republicans won’t touch.

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    braindead Premium Member 3 months ago

    The only physical attacks on the infrastructure have been practice runs at disabling the electrical grid — performed by right wing “patriots”.

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    Quixotic1  3 months ago

    Remember Trump and Putin planning a joint Russian-U.S. “impenetrable Cyber Security unit” when they met at the Hamburg G20 summit. Seems a bit suspicious in retrospect, doesn’t it Ramirez?

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    knutdl  3 months ago

    Don’t worry, be happy (or…).

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    VegaAlopex  3 months ago

    We can thank the greedy corporations who shipped the industries off to cheap labor.

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    Uncle Joe Premium Member 3 months ago

    How many weeks of “Infrastructure Weak” did Trump spend golfing & plotting a coup?

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    GiantShetlandPony  3 months ago

    Wouldn’t be as much of a problem if the US hadn’t had a security leaking Orange Traitor of a President.

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    Odon Premium Member 3 months ago

    Our electrical grid is a series of disasters waiting to happen. Texas did manage to find a way to implode itself.

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    baroden Premium Member 3 months ago

    If only we hadn’t pi$$ed away all that tax revenue on tax cuts for the wealthy and actually used it to help the country. Good thing Biden got his $5 billion infrastructure improvement plan passed so we could start fixing it.

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    mourdac Premium Member 3 months ago

    Amazingly foolish comment above by Zykoic. Attacks are not being made on site by North Korean, Iranian, etc. hackers but from within their own nations. The U.S. needs to upgrade numerous aspects in critical infrastructure to prevent future attack but I’m sure Repubs will continue to bemoan vulnerabilities while denying funds to help businesses harden their infrastructure.

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    Denver Reader Premium Member 3 months ago

    This has been the case for decades.

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    FJB  Premium Member 3 months ago

    Joe, coming up with solutions to the problems, “Anyway”….

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    Guy Smiley  3 months ago

    IN THE NEWS; The staff at KRAP-TV has been able to contact President Biden’s chief advisor on what government agency is responsible for preventing Russia and China from hacking into our infrastructure. Their answer was “there is No Such Agency.”

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    wildthing  3 months ago

    Republicans are the party of fear………..reckless deregulation and tax cuts for the wealthy don’t poll nearly as well.

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    Al Fresco  3 months ago

    Cue the music: the theme music from “Jaws.” Question: Does Joe have the chops to prevent this national threat from these circling enemies? Where is the shark repellant in this life raft?

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    Sun  3 months ago

    China’s Xi Jinping, and Russia’s Vladimir Putin owns Puppet Joe Biden.

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    wirepunchr  3 months ago

    ^^^@Sun: Nope, that’s diaper don.

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    librarylady59  3 months ago

    https://www congress gov/bill/117th-congress/house-bill/3684

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    MC4802 Premium Member 3 months ago

    “The Cyber National Mission Force is the U.S. military’s joint cyber force charged with Defending the Nation in cyberspace through full-spectrum operations to deter, disrupt, and, if necessary, defeat adversary cyber and malign influence actors.”

    And then there are the thousands of electrical generation & supply, refineries, pipelines, storage, chemical and manufacturing, etc…that need to be assessed and protected. Which requires investment.

    If the government requires non revenue generating investment, the owners will scream foul, though I would think their investors or insurance companies would be pressing for improvement too.

    Now if we shouldn’t fund Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, education etc I’m totally and completely confident that our brethren on the fiscally conservative side would not want their federal tax dollars invested to protect critical infrastructure.

    I certainly hope we have people over in Ukraine, observing and learning and bringing back lessons. But I suspect that even in the best case, there will be an incident that causes major damage and creates the incentive to get serious about cyber security.

    PS – if I was starting a career, cyber security has great potential. Every organization which uses computers, chips, networks, SCADA, realtime control will need people to assess, improve and defend.

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    ChristopherBurns  3 months ago

    It seems like we should be investing in infrastructure, but that would require an act of Congress and we can see how that work.

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    Cerabooge  3 months ago

    What do Russia and China have to do with the policy of maliciously allowing infrastructure to fall apart while spending trillions on war?

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    Bill LaRocque Premium Member 3 months ago

    So imaginatively drawn. Way above, so message has more punch. Good one, Michael.

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    piper_gilbert  3 months ago

    Where is the group of patriots shooting at electrical transformers?

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    Jack7528  3 months ago

    The thing is we are oblivious.

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    Radish the wordsmith  3 months ago

    Biden is bringing the internet to rural USA, can you believe the USA is still that primitive. The people Biden is helping are the same people that watch Fox propaganda which tells them to hate Biden.

    What is the internet bill passed by Biden?

    The Biden-Harris Administration’s Internet for All initiative is investing $65 billion to provide affordable, reliable, high-speed internet for everyone in America. Learn more about these funding programs for community infrastructure, digital skills, and technology at .

    Does rural America have Internet access?As even the FCC has stated, rural areas have less access to broadband infrastructure than urban areas, and rural areas have fallen behind urban and suburban levels of fixed broadband by 54 percent. Only 19 percent of rural Americans have more than one broadband option.

    Thief Trump’s Infrastructure Weeks were a national joke, republicans doubled the debt by giving tax breaks to rich people who did not need the money. Steve Bannon stole money for the wall.

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    Al Fresco  3 months ago

    All those unlabeled sharks are unvetted “Newcomer” Russian and Chinese agents allowed to cross our southern and northern borders (yes, our border with Canada) without restriction. We are digging our own grave.

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    tpcox928  3 months ago

    Hey, braindead: Don’t confuse MAGA folks with facts.

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