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  1. about 4 hours ago on Reality Check

    Good one but I thought that by now even the non-Kosher types like me know it. Still wondering if the toonist intended it.

  2. about 5 hours ago on Clay Bennett

    “testimony yesterday…was full of wholes”

    Absolutely correct. Hutchinson laid out the WHOLE chain of events perfectly. Even Garland can put a case together and , because it is a whole one, should realize that Joe B. may have no choice but to kickhimindaass if he doesn’t.

    Trump knows that his only defense is for the loyal and true red MAGAts in his administration to lie and evade testifying.

  3. about 5 hours ago on Clay Bennett

    I am sure that she is a disturbed very repulsive middle schooler whose parents received a report at the end of kindergarten that she does not play well with others and in need of therapy. In other words, just a typical MAGAt.

  4. about 8 hours ago on Jeff Danziger

    I was raised in it and as soon as I hit 18 I was outta there. Did not take much thought to see that they were as criminal as Tom Cruise’s scientology. They can grift the poor out of their money and self-thinking better than any others…and keep all the bucks tax free.

  5. about 8 hours ago on Nick Anderson

    Kavanaugh kept a straight face when he talked about “precedent on precedent”. Of course, Susan Collins said “I believe” with her vote.

    The Dirty Half Dozen now establish the new judicial standard for SCOTUS. we don’t like your laws so we will use the ones we brought with us including the ones that our God (and nobody else’s) gave us directly.

    New motto over the courtroom steps:

    Precedents? Precedents? We donn need no stinkin’ precedents!

  6. about 24 hours ago on Clay Bennett

    Go forth and multiply. The ChristiTaliban have spoken.

    The new SCOTUS motto soon the be engraved over the steps leading to the courtroom:

    “When we don’t like your laws we will use our own and only now you will learn what we have.”

    You’d think that they would at least send us a thank you note for the nice chit-chat they gave us at the Senate hearing. Remember how Kavanaugh kept a straight face when he talked about “a precedent on precedent”.

    BTW, Susan Collins ranks right up there with MTG for stupidity but for different reasons. Maine voters must get brain freeze during November voting.

  7. 1 day ago on Rob Rogers

    I was independent for years until 2020 when I could not tolerate the Orange Clown any longer. I have always thought of the Ds as the naive riding the little yellow bus to school singing Kumbaya. They are not very swift in recognizing and responding to a threat.

  8. 1 day ago on Rob Rogers

    Graphically harsh but even the densest of the ChristiTaliban cannot miss the message.

  9. 1 day ago on Gary Varvel

    Maybe not a branch of government but it can be part of any team and can be found on the 50 yard line. Now I am waiting to see what happens when Muslims, Orthodox Jews and Satanists go to midfield. I suppose this will be when the ChristiTaliban take out their AR-15s.

  10. 2 days ago on Non Sequitur

    Do you still clap when Tinkerbell’s light starts to dim?

    Were you around for the OJ trial? There’s a thriving industry serving the higher income sector to get “just the right jurors” seated. They can be manipulated and used just as other parts of our justice system. There are valid reasons that many say our laws and due process are only for the rich.

    I spent a year interning in a prosecutor’s office signing misdemeanor warrants and setting bail. Set bail at $25 for a college student who had a joint instead of making it $250 so he would not have to pay the non refundable 10% to the bail bondsman. Heard what would happen if I did that again. Never get between the judge, cops and the bail bondsman.

    Under another professor I did the investigative work for the 3rd year student who presented the case defending a 19 year old white female charged with B&E when found with a black guy in a house. Learned that it was owned by a deputy sheriff and used by prostitutes and John’s who were given “discreet access”. When the question was posed to the property manager on the witness stand he indignantly denied it. Problem was that the cops in the courtroom waiting for their cases were nodding in the affirmative. Charge was changed to disorderly conduct and sentence was time served. They never gave me another criminal case. Never get between a law school’s “free clinic” and the local power structure.

    I saw seven judges over 30 years for my own matters. Only two were worthy of being addressed as “your honor”. I filed complaints against two others with the Judicial Tenure Commission. One sort of apologized indirectly and the other retired. Neither knew my education background so they thought that they would take care of their friends as they usually did.

    I was as naive and trusting as the majority of citizens prior to my first day of law school.