I guess there's only so many cartoon ideas to go around: Pulitzer-Prize winner Michael Ramirez of Investors Business Daily on July 15. And today, Jack Ohman of The (Portland) Oregonian: Oops.
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California is a parody of itself (ty @JeremyBWhite)
If he were only destroying himself, I'd be far less concerned.
It's absolutely incredible that Biden could end his own political troubles by just abandoning two crucial priors:
1. More spending is always the proper policy;
2. The government has the ultimate capacity to stop covid.
Instead, he's doubling down on both, and destroying himself.
You take this story along with the one some time back about hating on right-wingers for shoveling snow from your driveway, and maybe they need to hire a human being to offer a "woah, now" on some of these columns.
Column: Mocking anti-vaxxers' deaths is ghoulish, yes — but necessary https://www.latimes.com/business/story/2022-01-10/why-shouldnt-we-dance-on-the-graves-of-anti-vaxxers
Great for drive-by shootings, bank robberies, etc.
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Journalism professor needs a waaaahmbulance.
Should SCOTUS justices be subjected to fact-checking when they're engaged in oral arguments? This is a spontaneous back-and-forth, not a policy address. https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2022/01/08/sotomayors-false-claim-that-over-100000-children-are-serious-condition-with-covid/