I wonder if I can get Darrin Bell to sign a copy of this strip.
I looks like some people haven’t realized that by automatically attributing this to the other side they’re doing exactly what they’re mocking.
This would make a good welcome mat.
Life without the K-Chronicles?
One of the problems is that so many people do not understand the separation of church and state. It is not about the beliefs of the politician. It’s about getting a religion involved in the business of government and getting government involved in the business of religion. John Kennedy was assuring voters that he would not be compelled to take orders from the Vatican because some Protestants feared that would happen. Rick Santorum proclaiming that this made him want to “throw up” left him rejecting the separation of church and state. The similarity to the Taliban or the situation in Iran should ought to make some conservatives pause and consider how far Santorum’s use of power would go when he feels God is on his side.
I’m sorry the artist was offended by the brief attention paid to Mr. Lin and any news stories that may have shaken his notion that pampered athletes are “victims” of the lousy schools many passed through. I understand the need of some people to live in ignorance of the world and regret any discomfort he may have suffered while confronted while hearing stories about a former college athlete who actually valued his education.
Keef, don’t you worry your fans will spend the next decade or so mailing copies of this to your son?
Anyone else concerned that a comic strip explains our tax code more accurately than anything we get from the news media?
Does anyone think that a guy who was afraid to debate Bill White is ready for the presidency?
@s There were protests of the Texas execution. (However, apparently in the Texas case the offender professed neither innocence or remorse.) Some of us oppose all execution (but especially those cases where we worry the person may be innocent).