Wednesday Reads: 37% of Dumbfvcks is still a lot of Dumbfvcks!

 

Last night on the Chris Hayes show… the two guest were talking about the 36-38 percent of polls that continuously believe every fucking word tRump says, whatever tRump says…

Poll: Most think Trump lying about Russia probe

The president is relentlessly attacking Robert Mueller and what he keeps calling the “witch hunt.” A new poll finds it isn’t working.

That is the link to the video from the show….it is only 5 minutes if you didn’t see it last night.

 

How many times do we have to kick this dead horse?

37%!!!!!!

It is always the same.

I see people on The Last Word, discussing how tapes of tRump saying the N-word will be very bad for tRump:

We all know that 37% won’t be upset about tRump’s use of the N-word…hell, it will only delight his followers.

 

 

 

I think it is painfully clear….nothing tRump does…will get him what he truly deserves. Impeachment and prison.

 

It is all super bullshit.

 

Now the cartoons:

08/15 Mike Luckovich: Sheet yes!

Yes, exactly!

08/09/2018 Cartoon by Joe Heller

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Clay Bennett editorial cartoon: 08/14/2018 Cartoon by Clay Bennett

Cartoon by Clay Bennett - Clay Bennett editorial cartoon

 

Nick Anderson cartoon: 08/11/2018 Cartoon by Nick Anderson

Cartoon by Nick Anderson - Nick Anderson cartoon

 

Melania’s Parents: 08/14/2018 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - Melania's Parents

SPACE FARCE: 08/13/2018 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - SPACE FARCE

Charlottesville 1: 08/11/2018 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - Charlottesville 1

Ingraham Angle: 08/10/2018 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - Ingraham Angle

08/14/2018 Cartoon by Nate Beeler

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Doug Jones Kavanaugh Decision: 08/10/2018 Cartoon by J.D. Crowe

Cartoon by J.D. Crowe - Doug Jones Kavanaugh Decision

08/14/2018 Cartoon by Signe Wilkinson

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08/14/2018 Cartoon by Matt Wuerker

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08/07/2018 Cartoon by Matt Wuerker

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08/14/2018 Cartoon by Joe Heller

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08/14/2018 Cartoon by Jimmy Margulies

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08/13/2018 Cartoon by Jimmy Margulies

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08/14/2018 Cartoon by MStreeter

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08/14/2018 Cartoon by Joel Pett

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Omarosa: 08/14/2018 Cartoon by Rob Rogers

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Omarosa

California fires: 08/13/2018 Cartoon by Adam Zyglis

Cartoon by Adam Zyglis - California fires

Enriching his family: 08/10/2018 Cartoon by Adam Zyglis

Cartoon by Adam Zyglis - Enriching his family

Chris Collins arrested: 08/09/2018 Cartoon by Adam Zyglis

Cartoon by Adam Zyglis - Chris Collins arrested

08/11/2018 Cartoon by Steve Artley

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08/11/2018 Cartoon by Gustavo Rodriguez

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On that note, this is an open thread….

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Wednesday Reads: Fvck!

 

Hey, sometimes one fuck just isn’t enough….

 

Yeah.

I wanted to share this with you:

The British Heat Wave and Aerial Archeology | The New Yorker

The U.K. is experiencing its driest summer in fifty-seven years. It’s not been great. A British summer is usually a doubtful, fleeting thing. Sunshine and heat arrive in bursts from June until September, as if you were walking down a green-shaded path with occasional breaks in the canopy. When the sun does come out—during Wimbledon, say, or for a spell in August—British people go reliably mad, take their tops off, and barbecue frantically for a few days, until the skies cloud over again. This year hasn’t been like that. The country warmed up in June and has baked steadily since, like an oven that has reached its cooking temperature. Between late June and early July, Britain endured sixteen consecutive days when the temperature hit eighty-two degrees. Last month, eastern England had four per cent of its usual rainfall. In London, a city not known for its air-conditioning, the parks turned brown, the road surfaces went mushy in the afternoon ferment, and the nights became unbearably still. Foul, sweet smells hung in the air. This unusual British summer has been accompanied by terrible wildfires in California and Greece, a balmy Arctic, and dozens of heat-related deaths in Japan. Even when it finally rained, late last week, it didn’t bring much relief. Last Friday, Britain was hit by an estimated hundred and thirty thousand lightning bolts—enough electricity to boil a billion cups of tea—as summer storms played havoc with the nation’s roads, railways, and airports. August is going to be even hotter.

But at least the archeologists are happy. “It’s a bit like kids in a candy shop,” Robert Bewley, an aerial archeologist at the University of Oxford, told me, a few days ago. The freak conditions have made this summer one of the best in living memory for what archeologists call “parch marks”—ghostly, pale outlines of vanished castles, settlements, and burial sites that materialize on the land when it dries out and grass and crops die off. In recent weeks, archeologists in light aircraft, hobbyists with drones, and even people walking through their local parks have discovered Iron Age farms in South Wales, a Roman road passing near Basingstoke, burial mounds in Ireland, and the outline of Second World War bomb shelters on the lawns of Cambridge. Seen from above, the parch marks have a magical quality, as if a giant had doodled them from memory, but they are also disconcertingly real. They are only there because something else was.

Parch marks—and their less dramatic form, crop marks—are fairly common clues for archeologists who are working in places with long, dense histories of human habitation. (Bewley also works in North Africa and the Middle East.) The buried remains of Roman foundations or medieval walls will cause “negative” crop marks in a field of grass or wheat, because the roots of the plants on top of the ruins have less soil to work with—a phenomenon that becomes more noticeable when water is in short supply. The opposite is also true: filled-in ditches and moats, with their deeper soil, can lead to taller, greener plants and “positive” crop marks. The first aerial image to really excite British archeologists was taken in 1906, when British Army officers photographed Stonehenge from a balloon and noticed a darker ring of grass around the stones—the trace of an ancient ditch. “You go to a site to photograph what you know is there, and then you see something next to it,” Bewley told me. “That happens virtually every time we go flying.”

 

It is very interesting….please check the rest of that article out.

Now.

This first cartoon is surely something we all will see one day…I am telling you:

Matter Of Time: 08/07/2018 Cartoon by Paul Fell

Cartoon by Paul Fell - Matter Of Time

3D Jeff Sessions/Dr. Evil Trump: 08/07/2018 Cartoon by J.D. Crowe

Cartoon by J.D. Crowe - 3D Jeff Sessions/Dr. Evil Trump

Religious Liberty Task Force: 08/04/2018 Cartoon by Adam Zyglis

Cartoon by Adam Zyglis - Religious Liberty Task Force

Buried: 08/07/2018 Cartoon by Ed Hall

Cartoon by Ed Hall - Buried

Freedom of speech: 08/07/2018 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - Freedom of speech

LeBron v trump: 08/04/2018 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - LeBron v trump

LGBT TASK FORCE: 08/03/2018 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - LGBT TASK FORCE

Freedom Of Press: 08/02/2018 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - Freedom Of Press

08/07/2018 Cartoon by Nate Beeler

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Nick Anderson cartoon: 08/07/2018 Cartoon by Nick Anderson

Cartoon by Nick Anderson - Nick Anderson cartoon

Nick Anderson cartoon: 08/04/2018 Cartoon by Nick Anderson

Cartoon by Nick Anderson - Nick Anderson cartoon

08/06/2018 Cartoon by Jimmy Margulies

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08/03/2018 Cartoon by Signe Wilkinson

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PRESIDENT TRUMP paints hiself in a corner in Mueller probe: 08/04/2018 Cartoon by David G. Brown

Cartoon by David G. Brown - PRESIDENT TRUMP paints hiself in a corner in Mueller probe

08/02 Mike Luckovich: Trumproach

08/03 Mike Luckovich: Open door policy

08/05 Mike Luckovich: Flesh the press

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I had to end it with that one….this is an open thread.

BTW, I am heading down to Atlanta today…to pick up my skates and stuff. So I will not be around, I hope everyone has a good day.


Wednesday Reads: Collusion? Sure…But Who Cares?

Good morning, let us just get to the cartoons…

Clay Bennett editorial cartoon: 07/31/2018 Cartoon by Clay Bennett

Cartoon by Clay Bennett - Clay Bennett editorial cartoon

 

07/31 Mike Luckjovich: President’s clownselor.

 

07/29 Mike Luckovich: Giddyup.

07/27 Mike Luckovich: You’re welcome.

07/26 Mike Luckovich: Caged.

08/01 Mike Luckovich: Nevermind.

 

Nick Anderson cartoon: 07/31/2018 Cartoon by Nick Anderson

Cartoon by Nick Anderson - Nick Anderson cartoon

Cartoonist Gary Varvel: Trump takes aim at tariffs: 07/26/2018 Cartoon by Gary Varvel

Cartoon by Gary Varvel - Cartoonist Gary Varvel: Trump takes aim at tariffs

Satellite : 07/31/2018 Cartoon by Ed Hall

Cartoon by Ed Hall - Satellite

WHWT – OSHA: 07/31/2018 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - WHWT - OSHA

Trump triggered: 07/31/2018 Cartoon by Adam Zyglis

Cartoon by Adam Zyglis - Trump triggered

ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE: 07/29/2018 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE

07/31/2018 Cartoon by Jimmy Margulies

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Endangered: 07/30/2018 Cartoon by Rob Rogers

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Endangered

California matchbook: 07/30/2018 Cartoon by Steve Greenberg

Cartoon by Steve Greenberg - California matchbook

07/30/2018 Cartoon by Signe Wilkinson

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My Aunt Celeste is in town, so I am enjoying my family….hope everyone is doing well.

This is an open thread.


Wednesday Reads: Lies Lies Lies

 

About that ridiculous shit show from tRump yesterday:

 

‘Did the dog eat his homework too?’ CNN’s Erin Burnett slams Trump – Business Insider

In a scathing opening monologue on Tuesday, CNN anchor Erin Burnett slammed President Donald Trump’s explanation that he misspoke during a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“Damage control, the president claims he misspoke once in his disastrous summit with Putin,” Burnett said on CNN. “Did the dog eat his homework too?”

During his press conference with Putin in Helsinki, Finland, Trump initially said he did not “see any reason why” Russia would be responsible for meddling in the 2016 US Presidential election. When asked if he would condemn Russia for its election interference, Trump refused to back the US intelligence community’s assessment, and instead, railed against the FBI and his political opponents.

“My people came to me … They said they think it’s Russia,” Trump said at the summit on Monday. “I have President Putin. He just said it’s not Russia.”

“I will say this,” Trump added. “I don’t see any reason why it would be.”

After a wave of critics from both parties criticized his remarks, Trump backtracked his comments and said in a tweet that he had “GREAT confidence” in the US intelligence community.

“How stupid does Trump think we Americans are?,” Burnett said in her monologue. “The president’s excuse for his embarrassing press conference where he sided with Vladimir Putin over his own intelligence chiefs does not add up.”

 

Trump’s handwritten notes spotted on Russia statement – YouTube

Trump Adds Notes in Margins of Written Statement on Russian Meddling: ‘THERE WAS NO COLUSION’ | Mediaite

President Donald Trump couldn’t help but add one of his favorite phrases to staff-prepared remarks today.

When trying to convince the world that he actually meant to say he saw no reason it “wouldn’t” be Russia who interfered in the 2016 elections rather than “would,” the notes written in the margins of his prepared remarks – in all caps and in big, black Sharpie – read “THERE WAS NO COLUSION.”

Now, given how many times the president has seen and spat the word “collusion,” you’d think he’d know how to spell it at this point. Even more than the flimsy-at-best explanation of his remarks, perhaps this ought to alarm us, as it indicates beyond a doubt that no matter how familiar Trump appears to be with something, he refuses to absorb correct information about it.

One more thing about the statement tRump made yesterday:

Gloria Borger: Trump looked like he was in a hostage tape – YouTube

She is not the only one to bring up that point, that tRump looked like a hostage reading off a prepared document…I thought the same thing when I saw the tape.

And just a couple more tweets:

Yeah, curlygramma is right…Maddow’s show was awesome last night.

So simple and very true, why not hold hearings on all those questions that we ask daily here on the blog?

Then there was this horror news breaking on The Last Word:

Read the alert at the bottom of the screen on the picture in this tweet:

Fucking hell…let me say that again…fucking hell!

 

 

 

Cartoons, if you please:

07/17/2018 Cartoon by Nate Beeler

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CONSISTENT PRES: 07/17/2018 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - CONSISTENT PRES

07/17/2018 Cartoon by Bob Gorrell

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Helsinki Summit: 07/17/2018 Cartoon by Mike Keefe

Cartoon by Mike Keefe - Helsinki Summit

Clay Bennett editorial cartoon: 07/17/2018 Cartoon by Clay Bennett

Cartoon by Clay Bennett - Clay Bennett editorial cartoon

Helsinki Summit: 07/17/2018 Cartoon by Rob Rogers

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Helsinki Summit

07/17/2018 Cartoon by Jimmy Margulies

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07/17/2018 Cartoon by J.D. Crowe

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07/17/2018 Cartoon by Joel Pett

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07/13/2018 Cartoon by Joel Pett

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07/14/2018 Cartoon by Joe Heller

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Check out the date on that one.

Trump meeting with Vladimir Putin ventriloquist: 07/17/2018 Cartoon by David G. Brown

Cartoon by David G. Brown - Trump meeting with Vladimir Putin ventriloquist

Summit Gift: 07/17/2018 Cartoon by Paul Fell

Cartoon by Paul Fell - Summit Gift

07/16/2018 Cartoon by Matt Wuerker

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HELSINKI “SUMMIT”: 07/16/2018 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - HELSINKI "SUMMIT"

07/15 Mike Luckovich: Cozy time.

 

07/17 Mike Luckovich: Advanced puppetry

 

07/18 Mike Luckovich: What I really meant.

 

 

 

 

Bashing our Allies: 07/16/2018 Cartoon by Adam Zyglis

Cartoon by Adam Zyglis - Bashing our Allies

 

 

 

Those lies are gonna get ya!

This is an open thread.


Wednesday Reads: Quality Portraits

Facebook is in the news again. When I logged on to Facebook to get some cartoons, I had over 30 alerts…it has been a while since I’ve been on any social media. Avoidance. That is my motto these days.

Well, Johnson wasn’t one of the two senators who voted against the support of NATO, so there is that…

Senate votes to support NATO ahead of Trump summit | TheHill

Lawmakers on Tuesday overwhelmingly voted in favor of a motion supporting NATO, as President Trump continues to criticize the alliance ahead of his summit in Europe.

The nonbinding motion, which came as the Senate voted to reconcile its version of the annual defense policy bill with that of the House, expresses the Senate’s support for NATO and calls on negotiators to reaffirm the U.S. commitment to it.

The 97-2 vote in the Senate comes as Trump heads to Brussels. He will also travel to the United Kingdom and meet one-on-one with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki during his trip.

GOP Sens. Rand Paul (Ky.) and Mike Lee (Utah) voted against the measure.

Thanks to Dak for sending me the twitter link to those images…

Dick Durbin has been busy:

And Durbin tweeted this too, back on the 7th:

Dick Durbin Warns That Trump’s DOJ Nominee Is Linked To Putin

Smoke and mirrors is the way that the Trump administration operates. Deflect attention from something critical by focusing the news cycle on something altogether different. This coming week will be focused on the SCOTUS nomination, which means the appointment of former Sessions staffer Brian Benczkowski to head the Department of Justice Criminal Division could fall through the cracks unnoticed — and that could be disastrous. Benczkowski “previously represented Alfa Bank, one of Russia’s largest financial institutions, whose owners have ties to President Vladimir V. Putin.”

For more information click on the link above…

Feinstein is also calling attention to this matter:

It looks like Benczkowski is going to be comfirmed anyway:

Fucking Manchin. I wonder what the Russians have on him…for his continued support of tRump? Must be a boy in his “golden showered” past….because if it was just a woman, in this climate today…where a president can payoff porn stars without any negative affects, an affair with a woman is just no big deal.

In other news:

Oh, one more thing:

I can’t take anymore, here are the cartoons.

07/10/2018 Cartoon by Rob Rogers

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Child Abuse: 07/07/2018 Cartoon by Rob Rogers

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Child Abuse

07/10/2018 Cartoon by Joe Heller

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07/07/2018 Cartoon by Joe Heller

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EPA Resignation: 07/06/2018 Cartoon by Rob Rogers

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - EPA Resignation

California Firepublic: 07/09/2018 Cartoon by Steve Greenberg

Cartoon by Steve Greenberg - California Firepublic

Rob Rogers: 07/10/2018 Cartoon by Eric J Garcia

Cartoon by Eric J Garcia - Rob Rogers

07/09/2018 Cartoon by Jimmy Margulies

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Aaaaand Trump announces his new pick for the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh. Here’s a glimpse of the headlines of the future. Trump has long said he would only appoint a judge who would overturn Roe v. Wade, ending a woman’s access to abortion. Get ready for a confirmation battle. • #brettkavanaugh #kavanaugh #supremecourt #scotus #scotusnominee #scotuspick #supremecourtjustice #theendtimes #roevwade #roevswade #herbodyherchoice #reproductiverights #womensrights #feminism #presidentialpardon #abortionrights #prochoice #standwithpp

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In a trade war with China, Trump thinks the enemy is…Canada? • #tradewar #tradewars #tariffs #trumptradewar #justintrudeau #trudeau #ohcanada #globaltrade #globaleconomy #cadetbonespurs #tariff #boxing #boxingmatch #dingding #freelanceartist #politicalcartoon #cartoon #editorialillustration

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Happy Fourth of July everyone. This burger is going to be cooked well-done. Just like you like it, Donald. Served with lots of collusion. May all your cookouts be merry. • #michaelcohen #cohen #mueller #robertmueller #muellertime #fourthofjuly #july4th #july4thbbq #4thofjuly #4thofjulybbq #grilling #cohenwillflip #pleabargain #collusion #trumprussia #russiagate #russianmeddling #trumpcolluded

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Gotta say I was really rooting for Russia to win the World Cup, if only see Trump’s congratulatory note to Putin. But sadly they were eliminated by Croatia in an exciting end to the game. • #worldcup #worldcup2018 #worldcupfever #teamrussia #teamcroatia #trumprussia #trumprussianpuppet #russiagate #russiancollusion #collusion #putinspuppet #putinsbitch #crybabyinchief #fifa18 #fifaworldcup #fifaworldcup2018 #fifa

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07/05 Mike Luckovich: No comparison.

07/06 Mike Luckovich:Toxic.

07/08 Mike Luckovich: Don and Vlad

07/11 Mike Luckovich: Rightward.

This is an open thread….


Wednesday Reads: July 4th, In Revolt Yet?

Just cartoons for you today, there have been enough personal fireworks for me…please share your thoughts and any items that you come across along the way.

07/04 Mike Luckovich: Hard to celebrate.

 

 

 

JUST END LAW: 07/03/2018 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - JUST END LAW

Post Gazette killings: 07/02/2018 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - Post Gazette killings

 

07/03/2018 Cartoon by Jimmy Margulies

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07/03/2018 Cartoon by Jimmy Margulies

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07/03/2018 Cartoon by John Cole

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07/02/2018 Cartoon by John Cole

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07/03/2018 Cartoon by J.D. Crowe

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07/03/2018 Cartoon by Joel Pett

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06/30/2018 Cartoon by Joel Pett

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07/03/2018 Cartoon by Joe Heller

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06/29/2018 Cartoon by Joe Heller

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Fireworks: 07/03/2018 Cartoon by Rob Rogers

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Fireworks

Supreme Court: 06/29/2018 Cartoon by Rob Rogers

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Supreme Court

Liberty: 06/28/2018 Cartoon by Rob Rogers

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Liberty

Ready To Sing: 07/03/2018 Cartoon by Paul Fell

Cartoon by Paul Fell - Ready To Sing

European culture: 07/03/2018 Cartoon by Jen Sorensen

Cartoon by Jen Sorensen - European culture

07/02/2018 Cartoon by Charlie Daniel

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Un-American Invasion: 06/27/2018 Cartoon by Jen Sorensen

Cartoon by Jen Sorensen - Un-American Invasion

Punk d: 07/02/2018 Cartoon by Ed Hall

Cartoon by Ed Hall - Punkd

Thoughts and prayers: 06/30/2018 Cartoon by Ed Hall

Cartoon by Ed Hall - Thoughts and prayers

07/02/2018 Cartoon by Jimmy Margulies

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07/03 Mike Luckovich: Toeing the line.

07/01 Mike Luckovich: Frightened babies.

06/29 Mike Luckovich: What to expect.

 

 

 

 

This next cartoon is from 2016…

This is an open thread.


Wednesday Reads: Begging, no more.

I can’t do this anymore. I live in a house where everyone has no problem with the crimes against humanity that tRump and his administration is committing at the border. (My mom is so sick now, she doesn’t have the strength to fight cancer and the assholes in this family.) I am losing my wits. I have reach the point where I am questioning my sanity. Is it gaslighting? I can’t even watch Maddow anymore, because I get verbal abuse from my father…who insist I agree with him. I want to fucking run away but I can’t.

I think this is the final example:

I hate all of these assholes with more than anything I’ve ever felt before.

Oh…and get this:

It only gets worse:

06/19/2018 Cartoon by Adam Zyglis

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06/19/2018 Cartoon by Adam Zyglis

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IRON FIST IMMIGRATION: 06/19/2018 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - IRON FIST IMMIGRATION

Make your voice be heard: 06/18/2018 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - Make your voice be heard

Nick Anderson cartoon: 06/19/2018 Cartoon by Nick Anderson

Cartoon by Nick Anderson - Nick Anderson cartoon

06/19/2018 Cartoon by Gustavo Rodriguez

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06/16/2018 Cartoon by Gustavo Rodriguez

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06/19/2018 Cartoon by Adam Zyglis

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Separated: 06/19/2018 Cartoon by Rob Rogers

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Separated

Good Boy: 06/19/2018 Cartoon by Tom Curry

Cartoon by Tom Curry - Good Boy

06/19/2018 Cartoon by Jimmy Margulies

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06/20 Mike Luckovich. Flagged.

06/19 Mike Luckovich. Torn apart.

06/15 Mike Luckovich. The Choice.

06/17 Mike Luckovich. All new villains!

This is an older Luckovich…

This is an open thread.