Yearly Archives: 2022


Alex Jones’ Nonlitigable Conspiracy Hole   Recently updated !

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Alex Jones lost his defamation case and owes the families of Sandy Hook victims $45 million for saying they’re faking. There were a bunch of shenanigans during the trial. People who breathe the same air as you and me watch him and take him seriously, making him rich enough to probably use appeals and bankruptcy court to continue entertaining them for years to come.

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David Brooks’ Working Class Safari   Recently updated !

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The entire media industry is collapsing, for lowly cartoonists like me all the way up to the makers of prestige HBO shows. But if you’re a columnist who’s made being weird and wrong your thing, you can keep pumping out a couple hundred words of nothing and keep cashing those checks in perpetuity.

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Foreign Policy Fetishes

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As things are crumbling around us, it’s important to remember we’re also the cause of many other countries’ problems. There’s always money for these misadventures, but none to fix our own failed state.

But I mainly did this to get in another “Kissinger’s dead” joke before he really croaks.

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Climate Coping Strategies

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The northern hemisphere is engulfed in record-breaking heatwaves, reservoirs are drying up, and nothing seriously addressing climate is coming out of DC within my lifetime.

So I self-soothed by finally embracing 5″ inseams and tank tops. Maybe all that extra unsightly pasty skin will force Congress to act.

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Merrick Garland’s Summer Vacation

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I haven’t been watching the January 6th Committee’s hearings. Mainly because we all know it was a failed coup, but also, as far as I know, I don’t have any power to do anything about them.

Merrick Garland does.

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Police-mart

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Patriot Front dipshits had a little fascist parade through Boston over the Fourth of July weekend. And unlike in Idaho where they were arrested in a U-Haul on their way to disrupt a Pride event, Boston’s worst gave them an escort throughout the city.

Kudos to the real patriots who counter-protested these goons.

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The Power of Reactionary Thinking

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The Supreme Court dropped some more steaming fascist turds since the last time I did a cartoon about them. Unless the court gets packed, or an [REDACTED] or two happens before the November midterms, I don’t see how our rights can be clawed back within my lifetime without some super-legal actions.

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