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  1. over 3 years ago on Drew Sheneman

    Yes. He was ticked off big time!

  2. over 3 years ago on Nick Anderson

    Despite universities’ policy of only releasing student records at a student’s request, it will be known locally who got expelled for cheating, or for selling drugs to undercover officers seven times. By substituting crib notes for Koch brothers’ government for dummies you end up with this type of government.Watch for the sanctimonious pledge to cut one’s own salary. Seems to be from chapter one.Wisconsin was know for its progressivism. Milwaukee had a socialist mayor, Frank Zeidler, for 12 years. The man was a Saint.Too bad the Koch’s didn’t have timely advice on that Foxconn project, huh?

  3. over 3 years ago on Rob Rogers

    No herd immunity from rampant, unchecked diseases. Herd immunity to measles, small pox, and polio were made available due to vaccines. Notably, we have no natural immunity to flus, all of which are ever mutating variants of the 1918 swine flu. This year the early flu shot has already been superceded by a more comprehensive set, including trivalent and quadruvalent adjuvanted formulas for people over 65.Covid-19 is already mutating, and will likely require the same long term vigilence and adaptability.

  4. over 3 years ago on M2Bulls

    Yeah. He came with his mom with a selfless commitment to support the far right extremists who were there to help the nearly defenseless police force protect stores and government buildings from false flag operators who go to make protestors seem like looters and vandals. And don’t forget the privileged college girls who came to have some wild fun with graffiti and windows.He looked a bit simple-minded to me, but hey! Wasn’t his aim just great?

  5. over 3 years ago on Robert Ariail

    The history of Catholicism as initiated by Pauline influence and instituted as a universal religion to extend across the globe, administered by Rome as a de facto form of universal governing system, does not reflect an attitude of tolerance, but the institution of conformity and subservience by force.Obviously the missionary zeal behind the Spanish missions in America were influenced by the Spanish Inquisition a bit. Converting Native Americans to save their souls, for instance, involved forced labor as well, in constructing missions. To prevent potential converts from walking off the job, a foot was removed.Burning pre Columbian libraries was necessary to cleanse them of pagan content. Those libraries included precise astronomical calculations for the orbital year of Mercury within minutes of arc, for instance, which were not achieved until the 60’s by Western science.The Roman motto for governance of the people conquered to establish their empire was “Oderint dum metuant”: “Let them hate as long as they fear.” Public torture replaced gladiatorial spectacle through centuries. Burning at the stake must certainly have reinforced dread of the eternal fires of hell in the most graphic possible way.Encoded in nursery rhymes is a record of torture devices used by Mary Queen of Scots’ to bring women back to Cathlocism. Cockle shells crushed one’s finger tips… Conversion therapy seems almost mild by comparison, but its hallmark purpose is no different: Conformity.Changes in Catholicism in my lifetime have been extreme and welcome. A coworker had had every finger in her left hand broken by nun’s rulers because the left hand was “evil”.A clasdmate was told during confirmation classes that if you put your tongue in a boy’s mouth it was a venial sin and you would go to hell. If you were going to hell.The priest lied. It’s a misdeameanor.A retro Catholic cult cannot accommodate the secular humanism fair government requires. We can’t go back.

  6. over 3 years ago on Robert Ariail

    As her stated philosophy regarding her purpose as a judge is to institute “The Kingdom of God” we must wonder if it’s to bring back an unspoiled Eden or if she takes the view expressed by Ann Coulter on the environment; “God gave it to us! Use it up!”

  7. over 3 years ago on John Deering

    Nice touch with the brambles!

  8. over 3 years ago on Jeff Danziger

    And he’s feisty, too! Remember when he challenged a belligerant town hall attendee to a push up contest?

  9. over 3 years ago on Mike Luckovich

    Outstanding suite of comments today! Cogent and dead on as usual, but with the passionate can-do heart of a great coach at half time. Really inspiring. Gee and wow! Nice.

  10. over 3 years ago on Steve Breen

    Good. Live and learn? Not likely.