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  1. 1 day ago on Close to Home

    Kenneth? Thought it was Willie. Not The Donald because it’s not orange even though the size is a match. Although Free Donnie could be a sequel movie after all four indictments are finally adjudicated.

    (Attention Orange Clown’s legal team! Do not be surprised again. There are three more coming at you sooner than you think…Or don’t think.)
  2. 1 day ago on Lisa Benson

    It’s the gol dern system with all the courtrooms and judges things. It used to be so quick, easy and fair when a Fat Orange could wear a clown crown, and without being hindered say and do stupid things. Archie Bunker could sing another song about those good ol’ days.

  3. 1 day ago on Real Life Adventures

    Which is why he got the promotion and is now the company’s Chief Bean Counter. Paid using the piecework system plus on his birthday he gets a box of post-it notes and 500 count box of paper clips.

    I worked for a miserly manipulator way back when. Should have left after year one instead of getting involved with the union organizing.

    Successfully got the administrators union (Technical, Office and Professional Division) voted in and served on the first three bargaining teams. All I did in the long run was help protect the jobs of the weasels and dumba$$e$ who never took any risk or assisted in getting the union up and running.

  4. 1 day ago on Matt Wuerker

    Matt, today’s toon ties in very well with HC Richardson’s column (March 30th) and shows the connections to all of what the Fat Orange Clown alleges to be conspiracies . The “Russia hoax” is still the most disturbing considering how much the Orange Fool in the Oval Office tried to undermine the country’s interests.


  5. 1 day ago on Mike Luckovich

    Neither of which has a crack which tells us what the toonist believes they are full of.

  6. 1 day ago on Gary Varvel

    If the RWNJs truly believe in their Orange Savior then they need to send him more money. True believers will sell and mortgage everything they have.

    It’s not halfway in if you know that God sent him to take you to paradise. It’s all or nothing. Ask yourself when you send your needed dollars. WWJD? HMWJS?*

    How much would Jesus send?*

  7. 1 day ago on Gary Varvel

    This would be the pilot who took the Democrats’ plane to victory in 2022. He fought the Fat Orange Clown’s blimp whose party lost in 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and again in 2022.

    Let’s hope we have the same dogfight in 2024. The blimp will be going down in orange flames again. The GOPQ has a chance if it can get the Fascist religion based SCOTUS to back their voter suppressing disenfranchising tactics.

  8. 1 day ago on Jeff Danziger

    The RWNJ “debate” tactic never changes. Throw out a boatload of BS as if it factual and has been verified. Hopefully nobody here will chase it and waste time trying to reference the facts.

    The MAGAt writers know only what they hear on Faux Spews and the more extreme networks have what they want. It’s why they continue to give money to an indicted con-man who is a fraud, tax evader, fascist who has been accused of rape and sexual assaults.

    Let’s add all the other flotsam that continue to float in the GOPQ ocean of corruption.

  9. 2 days ago on Jeff Danziger

    It’s true what you stated although the clause has been interpreted by SCOTUS to mean that the Constitution requires the separation of church and state. The irony is that the man who is credited with first providing that phrasing was not concerned about damaging or corrupting the public sector.

    Roger Williams was worried about the opposite. Maybe he was right. Politics has provided the country with some screwy and/or dangerous religions.


    ‘Separation of church and state’ metaphor is rooted in early American fears of government involvement.

    “Roger Williams, founder of Rhode Island, was the first public official to use this metaphor. He opined that an authentic Christian church would be possible only if there was “a wall or hedge of separation” between the “wilderness of the world” and “the garden of the church.” Williams believed that any government involvement in the church would corrupt the church.”

  10. 2 days ago on Arlo and Janis

    I agree. The interminable delays, mind games, time wasters, and so called strategies were never intended to be part of the game.

    The same trend is ruining March madness. Taking 15 minutes to play the last two with the ridiculous 5+ minutes of a video review is asinine. I no longer view a game in real time. DVR and start watching 30-40 minutes after tip off.