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  1. 4 days ago on Kevin Necessary Editorial Cartoons

    IRL, both sides of the Civil War used conscripts, that is people who only fought as soldiers because they were coerced into doing so by the government.

    A lot of people who fought & died never wanted to be there and didn’t even support the cause they were made to fight for.

  2. 11 days ago on M2Bulls

    1 Corinthians 5:9 makes reference to Paul having written a previous letter to the Corinthians, and so it actually could be argued that the two epistles we have now should be shifted up a number.

  3. 11 days ago on In the Sticks

    For those who are unaware of the historical context, in 2011 a mentally disturbed individual opened fire on politician Gabby Giffords during a public appearance.

    Giffords was one of several politicians who Palin’s political action group had chosen to focus their attentions on in the hopes of defeating them at the polls, using a crosshairs symbol to indicate the districts these individuals represented.

    This led to the mainstream media and several other groups leaping to the conclusion that Palin was somehow “responsible” for what took place, even though the individual was later found to have had a personal grudge against Giffords over a perceived slight.

    A few months later, a pro-abortion activist would find a list of organizations that the Southern Poverty Law Center flagged as being anti-abortion, used them to formulate their hit list, and attacked the headquarters of one organization, only to be captured by a security guard, who was wounded in the effort.

    Cue the SPLC and its supporters going to some length to justify how it was that they shouldn’t be held to account but Palin should.

  4. 15 days ago on Bear with Me

    Sadly, there are a variety of superstitions about cats, including that they’re dangerous to have around babies.

    In reality, any competent and attentive parent should be able to monitor how their animals and children behave around each other and intervene as needed.

  5. 15 days ago on Al Goodwyn Editorial Cartoons

    A few years ago there was chatter that Johnson might follow Jesse Ventura’s example and seek political office. He could be walking his endorsement back because of Biden’s lack of popularity and a concern that his endorsement would thus be a hindrance to his own pursuits.

  6. 17 days ago on Edge City

    On Wednesday the family cat decided to help himself to my mom’s glass of soda.

    He spent the next few minutes sneezing due to the bubbles.

  7. 18 days ago on Joey Weatherford

    I’m under the path of totality.

    City and county officials were warning us months ago that with the expected deluge of people coming in (for example, my county of 80,000 people is expected to receive at least 30,000 more people) it’s best if we get our shopping done early so that we’re not left short when the crush of people arrive.

    This led to the kind of panic shopping that the officials were hoping to avoid, made worse by the fact that we spend Tuesday and Wednesday under a water restriction due to repairs on a major water pipe that services the area.

  8. 19 days ago on Steve Kelley

    Why are you saying that I am the one getting upset? Again, I was trying to explain the chain of events.

  9. 19 days ago on Steve Kelley

    Note I said “reports”. I’m explaining the chain of events that led to this cartoon.

  10. 19 days ago on Steve Kelley

    The problem is that Biden’s social media posting came after reports that the White House had prohibited any religious imagery during the Easter Egg Hunt, leading to people questioning if the two were related or even outright presuming that the two were part of an effort to remove Christianity from American life.

    As it is, there are conflicting reports as to who exactly sent that social media posting out, raising the question of whether or not the person in charge of that particular account had cleared it with Biden first.