Giraffe cat

I Play One On TV Free

Comics I Follow

All of your followed comic titles will appear here.

For help on how to follow a comic title, click here

Recent Comments

  1. about 20 hours ago on Ted Rall

    No argument. But there is a good chance that the crazies will extort the new Speaker to the point that the team-not-crazy Republicans may join to support bills introduced by Democrats, if only to show the crazies that there are consequences to running a clown-show. On the other hand, if the R’s stick together and straight-up oppose, nothing will get done, and hopefully the voting public will be paying attention. After all, the voting public wants things done, even if it hates the government that is supposed to do it.

    Still, not becoming Hungary, if it is the only benefit from this election, is something to be celebrated.

  2. 2 days ago on Ted Rall

    You are correct. I realized this after I posted. If Mr. Warnock retains his seat, there will be 51 Democrats. Thanks for posting.

  3. 2 days ago on Steve Breen

    The mining of uranium is fraught with danger. In conservative Virginia, we have a law on the books that created a moratorium on uranium mining for 40 years. There is a huge opportunity found within the state, and billions of dollars are at stake. One company after the next has been lobbying the state legislature to give them an exception, because they’ll be really careful. Really.

    So far, the knowledge that even a relatively small accidental introduction into local waterways will poison them for decades has kept the moratorium in place. We can hope this continues, although we all know that corporations are people and dollars are speech, so…..

  4. 2 days ago on Clay Jones

    A Black man asking Donald Trump to play second fiddle…. to a Black man, and being surprised at his response?

    He is more out of touch than I thought, and that’s saying lots.

    I never expected to be amused by anything that would come out of his mouth, but that’s funny….I don’t care who y’are, that’s funny rot thar.

  5. 2 days ago on Clay Jones

    Anything to divert attention from the fact that their only policy is to stop whatever the Democrats propose. They have nothing, so “look over there!” has been the default.

    Which again begs the question, “How stupid do they think we are?” Which begs a very sorry answer….

  6. 2 days ago on Clay Jones

    A good strategy; one that I embrace. The R’s have had years to put together a case for one criminal charge, yet the carrot is just too far ahead of them. They keep getting so close, but the carrot moves with them. It would be funny if it wasn’t so serious.

  7. 2 days ago on Clay Jones

    Republicans are looking for candidates who are either creative in their desires to punish minorities for existing or non-thinking drones who will vote the way they’re told, and I don’t think Hunter Biden will pass the test for either of those categories. But I do like the idea….how could they turn him down?

  8. 2 days ago on Steve Kelley

    I question whether “most” Americans don’t trust the media, first off.

    And what is the most-watched network that claims to be a news network (and even uses that word in its name)? Fox News. That would make it the most mainstream media in this country, would it not? But lots of people (fortunately not "most Americans’) believe every bit of swill that is served up from early morning to late night. How do you reconcile that with your statement?

    Most Americans that I know can tell horse manure from news. Facts is facts. You can spin them if you want, but facts is facts. Reporting facts, even with spin, is way more ethical than reporting lies and then amplifying them.

  9. 2 days ago on Mike Luckovich

    I say let them have their investigations. I remember an investigation into a real estate deal in Little Rock, Arkansas. Forty-five million dollars later, there was no Whitewater at all, but there was a philandering husband. Mr. Clinton didn’t help himself with his testimony, for sure, but soon after all the smoke cleared, Newt Gingrich and his Contract on America were gone (but not for good, unfortunately).

    I see this playing out the same way: Republicans will milk this for as long as they can. Don’t expect open testimony for us to see, as there will be one expert after another who will testify that so many clever hands have been on those hard drives that no one could know for sure what was planted on it over the three years that it’s been handed off to people like Mr. Giuliani and the New York Post.

    Granted, it will cost the taxpayers a fortune. But it might be the cheapest (and certainly will be the most direct) way to give the R’s a chance to hang themselves with the rope they worked so hard to get. If Donald Trump is not enough reason to vote against the Republican party’s representatives, their grandstanding initiatives will be likely to add to numbers of voters actively running from the party.

  10. 2 days ago on Mike Luckovich

    They may not think to ask that question. I would guess more than one would assume that “cap locks” are something to make guns more safe, and therefore not worthy of consideration. Next subject…..