Monthly Archives: February 2021


The USPS’s New and Improved Truck   Recently updated !

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ICE and the Postal Service are still run by rogue Trumpers. Seems like something a party with a trifecta could undo.

And they haven’t even gotten relief out the door. They’re taking the “honeymoon” thing a little too literally.

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The Texas GOP’s Climate Emergency Tips

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Hoping for a quick recovery to everyone in Texas except these guys!

I’ve lived in the Mid-Atlantic and even they don’t have the infrastructure to deal with snow or a prolonged cold snap, so what’s happening in the South is extra-horrifying. Add that to Texas’ electric grid being isolated from the rest of the country to escape regulations, and yikes. This is Katrina levels bad, with a year-long pandemic to boot.

5.6 million Texans voted for Biden, more than in any state in Northeast. I tried to focus my smug disdain solely on the politicians and corporations responsible, and not the people who are suffering.

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Larry Summers’ Austerity Show

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Larry Summers’ photo should be plastered all around the White House with a big note that says, “Do Not Listen to This Man” and his op-eds should be clipped out of the papers before they reach the President’s desk.

A lot of cartoonists have been lured back to drawing Trump stuff this week because of the impeachment trial, but I’m a real sicko for economics.

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2021 Valentine Cards

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Governors want you to go indoor dining on Valentine’s, so book your St. Paddy’s ICU while you’re at it.

A fun week to goof on Marjorie Taylor Greene, and eventually expel her, but basing the entire 2022 midterm campaign on “Q-Anon is crazy!” will get much worse results than actually passing a robust stimulus that puts dollars in voters’ wallets.

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