More imaginary idiocy from Mr. Varvel.
Senator Tuberville ought to start a new political movement that reflects his sincere beliefs about the importance of the US military: Peckerwoods for Putin.
Yes, it IS climate change — slowly, probably irreversibly (in our and our children’s lifetimes). Violent crime may garner more headlines, but it varies widely from city to city and state to state. Its immediacy may dwarf other threats to our civilization, but it won’t alter it.
If your home was just destroyed or badly damaged by a hurricane, wildfire or tornado, I would think you’d be darned eager to speak with someone from ANY governmental authority with the means to offer assistance. Thoughts and prayers won’t do the job.
Apparently, Mr. Payne things that big, heavy gas-guzzlers are cool. Sad, really.
Look at the idiotic policies and pronouncements of Javier Milei. This jerk claims to converse for advice from his pet dogs, cloned from a long-dead bull mastiff. He campaigned with a fake (or maybe real) chainsaw, claiming he would slash the size of government and convert the economy to the US dollar. How, exactly, would this work? America tried a failed experiment with a lying, narcissistic fake billionaire in 2016 who went on to cultivate an absurd cult of personality; I hope, for Argentina’s sake, Milei doesn’t turn out to be the same type of moronic blowhard.
The second panel is BS. Jewish settlers in British mandated Palestine purchased land from (usually absentee) Turkish and Arab landowners. They wanted to share Palestine with their Arab neighbors (whom I don’t believe considered themselves “Palestinian”) but the Arabs refused, evacuated their homes when told to do so by Arab armies in Israel’s 1948 War for Independence, expecting to return when the new Jewish state was destroyed. Ever since, at least until Netanyahu came to power, most Israelis still offered to share the land with Arabs, but the Arabs demanded the destruction of the Israeli state and a return of ALL its land to the Arabs. This unwillingness to compromise has created the tension and misery seen in Gaza, the West Bank, Lebanon and to wherever Palestinians have sought exile. And while Israel welcomes Jews from all over the world, which Arab countries welcome Palestinians, and why not?
Complaining about a non-issue. You do have SOME artistic talent, Mr. Beckom. Please use it responsibly.
As is too often the case, Mr. Weatherford expresses concern about a nonexistent issue. Our President is wise and experienced (perhaps the only advantages for his age) and understands diplomacy well.
If Trump were President, it would just be an empty shell.