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  1. about 15 hours ago on Eric Allie

    Mr. Allie leaves out the context of the poll(no surprise there), which is about social media.

    Here is what the poll asked:

    “To try and assess what is going on with censorship, the authors showed the 1,120 people in their study fake news headlines, such as “Hours after signing an executive order on Jan. 20, 2021, President Joe Biden violated his own mask mandate” or “In Sept. 2016, Ted Cruz tweeted, ‘I’ll believe in climate change when Texas freezes over.’”

    The poll respondents were then told the headlines were invented and solicited the respondents’ views as to whether they should be censored. The results were stark. “Even when Republicans agree that content is false, they are half as likely as Democrats to say that the content should be removed and more than twice as likely to consider removal as censorship,” the authors wrote."

  2. about 18 hours ago on Mike Beckom

    I’m sure there are some laws the Executive branch doesn’t like and is unenthusiastic in enforcing, but is doesn’t seem to be a huge problem. The bigger problem is that one the Legislature refuses to work with the other. A simple solution to keeping the government open and passing a good budget is to talk to Democrats and get the most conservative budget you could get with a few Democratic votes. That would be good for the country, but since when have republicans done anything good for the country.

  3. about 20 hours ago on Mike Beckom

    Yep, why should any one elected to run the country try to make laws that the majority of Americans can get behind.

  4. about 20 hours ago on Bob Gorrell

    Has dressing “professionally” made any of those jokers ACT professionally?

  5. about 20 hours ago on Jeff Danziger

    So true…

  6. about 20 hours ago on Lisa Benson

    We send guns to the cartels, they send us sewage.

  7. 1 day ago on Ted Rall

    Uh huh. So Pres. Biden behaves like the crazy person on the subway? Now, I spent my youth on the NYC subway and I’ve seen plenty of crazy. I also spent time working in institutions that have crazy people. And I’ve spent plenty of time with relatives and friends who have slipped into dementia. They could not stand up and give a speech as the president has.

    You can keep up this game of character assassination as opposed to actually making valid observations on real issues, but it serves you poorly. When you have someone who have someone who goes by the handle “AmmoSexual” cheering you on, it’s time to look in the mirror.

  8. 2 days ago on Al Goodwyn Editorial Cartoons

    Here is the stupidity or this short sighted opinion on the migrant crisis. In the early 1960’s thousands of Cubans fled Castro’s Cuba to come to the US. I grew up with several of their children as my friends. You know who they voted for in elections? Republicans. They have solid conservative opinions and they vote that way. Their children were instrumental in the elections of George W. Bush in 2000 and in Ron DeSantis in 2016.

    The republican party is dying. It’s chief supporters are White Baby Boomers. Young people don’t particularly care for their policies, so who is going to replace those soon to be gone republican voters? Well, who do you all think refugees from a failed socialist state are going to vote for?

    The republicans could be welcoming new voters, but instead they are trying to please their White supremacist, xenophobic, soon to be gone MAGA core. They are cutting off their noses to spite their faces.

  9. 2 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    Ah, a member of the “let’em rot in hell” conference.

  10. 2 days ago on Lisa Benson

    According to US Labor law workers striking over economic issues can be permanently replaced (but not fired). If it’s unfair labor practices, they can’t be. This is clearly a strike over economics (pay and benefits).