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  1. 2 days ago on Pedro X. Molina

    Yaasss, let him be a martyr, let him talk about his victimhood. By then some more of his lawyers and co-conspirators will be disbarred and convicted, and more people will notice that while he says he is the victim, others close to him go to prison. More people will eventually get sick of hearing how badly he has been treated… Especially if he picks a real winner for the VP spot! Who might that be? Who has that kind of spineless star power? No, not even the Don is foolish enough to giver “her” a platform!

  2. 2 days ago on Gary Markstein

    Made me laugh out loud! Oh, but he forgot to blame Soros for something or other!

  3. 2 days ago on Steve Breen

    That Soros guy must be an AMAZING fellow to be responsible for so many things, both here in the USA, and apparently in every foreign nation that has an authoritarian style government — from support for subversive colleges, all the way through the social spectrum to homelessness! How would a guy get that much money to pay for all the stuff people who call themselves conservatives blame him for???

  4. 3 days ago on Steve Breen

    My wife and I participated in a couple of “homeless census” where we lived in Riverside County, CA. Volunteers attended a brief training session, then carried a supply of new socks as gifts for people who would talk with us (they could have the socks even if they didn’t want to talk) and we were out well before dawn in areas where there were walls or trees or buildings that might provide shelter, even in residential neighborhoods close to businesses. There seemed to be about as many women as men. There were some veterans, but many common stories about not being able to stand the stresses of family, or marriage, or jobs —suggesting mental illness, or lack of coping skills. We did not find as many drug or alcohol related disabilities as we thought we would find. Some people received SSI and Medicaid benefits for income and medical care. In those few hours we were able to talk with 12 people, then we took our results back to the church that was the organizing point, and which also functioned as a feeding center for homeless people.

  5. 3 days ago on Clay Bennett

    They want to control women because they know that if women really get organized they will vote the dolts out of office. May it be so!

  6. 4 days ago on Nick Anderson

    I guess you haven’t heard about the Internet…

  7. 6 days ago on Rob Rogers

    Odd how the GQP always claim to have the answer for every problem, but never seem to fix the problems, except by creating more problems by intruding into people’s private lives.

  8. 6 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    We are deluded into believing drugs are made in the USA — look around; Bristol-Meyers Squibb makes Eliquis, a blood thinner, in Turkey. Retail cost in the USA, if I didn’t have insurance, is around $850 a month. My Medicare Part D drug plan would charge me $257 a month (2 pills per day) at my local pharmacy — others may charge less but still not cheap. So I order from a Canadian pharmacy and pay $97 for a 90 day supply. Is Bristol Meyers losing money on that deal? No. Is the Canadian pharmacy losing money by selling at that price? No. I know my local pharmacy is not getting to keep everything they collect — so it must be the middle men who are getting the bulk of the money (?) for just being the conduit and control of the supply. Is it the middle men who are paying the research and development costs? I’ll bet you can guess the correct answer to that question.

  9. 7 days ago on Jen Sorensen

    And crazy jingoistic “patriots” attacking Sikhs simply because they wore turbans. I guess that is not really different than attacking people because they are black.

  10. 10 days ago on Jack Ohman

    Organizations hire people to do risk analysis: How much would it cost to prevent accidents and death? Answer, over time it will cost $33 (not an accurate figure, given only to illustrate the comparison) How much will accidents and death cost over the same period of time? $27? OK, pass on the prevention. We may not have as much death and destruction as estimated, and besides some of that cost will be passed to insurance carriers and tax breaks from the government. And the corporate officers will get their pay and bonuses and will not be affected anyway.

    The Supreme Court decided a corporation was a “person” with all the rights and privilege’s of personhood. But, you can’t put a corporation in jail for criminal negligence.