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  1. about 12 hours ago on Jeff Danziger

    Just a reminder they have no interest at all in doing what they were elected to do. Their only interest is getting on Fox “news” (better known as disinformation central) or some other “know nothing” reporting channel.

  2. about 12 hours ago on Clay Bennett

    He WANTS the judge to jail him! It will add to the lie of his victimhood. Better to sequester him in a private room where he can see and hear what is going on, and speak when the judge wants him to speak. You know all his BS about testifying is just another lie — he can’t utter five words without committing perjury. The only words he will speak if he does take the stand is, “I take the 5th”.

  3. about 12 hours ago on For Better or For Worse

    I found my two little girl dogs in the California desert; they were 10 weeks old and appeared next to my car like manna from Heaven. My big dog, 18, dying of cancer, but he loved to chase the jack rabbits when we went on walks, off leash, far from anyone’s home. There they were, Chip and Dale, waiting for us when we got back to the car, October 28, 2011. We spent our winters in a senior mobile home park in the Coachella Valley, about 15 miles from Palm Springs. Pit Bulls were not allowed in the park, so I showed the manager what the vet had written: “Mixed Breed”. Now they are entering the twilight of their years, and my wife and I think about what is ahead. I lost a child to incurable medical conditions when he was four and a half. I think about him every day. And I look forward to seeing him, and all my doggy pals, when we get through all this. I know all dogs go to heaven because Dog is God spelled backward. I am so grateful for all those fun, happy, snuggly dogs who were willing to share some of the bed with my wife and me.

  4. 1 day ago on Pedro X. Molina


  5. 1 day ago on Mike Luckovich


  6. 6 days ago on Clay Bennett


  7. 6 days ago on Jeff Danziger

    And the oil companies have been stealing their crude for decades…

  8. 6 days ago on Jeff Danziger

    If I have read the history books correctly, the Jewish refugees wanted their Palestinian neighbors to stay. They wanted to participate in renewing the communal relationships that benefitted both communities. It was the Palestinian and Arab leaders who demanded they go to war with the Jewish population (although they had lived in cooperation and peace for decades). Please remember it was the political and religious leaders of the Palestinians and Arabs who made war on the Jews. Again and again. No matter how many times they were defeated, the Arab and Palestinian leaders never agreed to keep the peace. They always came back for another attack, another try to succeed at destroying Israel “from the river to the sea”. At some point you can understand the Israelis saying, OK, you’ve done your worst at killing us all, but you have failed. So now we are going to do it “our” way, and the devil take the hindmost.

    As much as I hate seeing the suffering of innocents in either the Palestinian territories or in the Jewish communities, I blame the political leaders of BOTH sides for the carnage. They are both to blame for what is happening now.

  9. 6 days ago on Clay Bennett

    This is the Tennessee legislature who kicked out a couple of elected representatives because they were asking the legislature to do something about the dangers of guns in schools. So this is their answer? Arm teachers? You can’t make this stuff up! Of course, the state representatives they kicked out were black, who were re-elected to fill their vacated seats in the legislature by their constituents. One can only imagine how the “white” legislators came up with the idea of arming teachers. They must have done a terrible job of educating kids in their schools over the last thirty or forty years.

  10. 6 days ago on Clay Bennett

    Or, think of the middle school student who is following the example of his teacher, and decides his teacher is a threat…