A Republican U.S. congressman on May 27 said he would vote for a ban of so-called assault weapons. ...

Fool. Studies show that the ban in question had little to no effect on gun crime. He's just spitting in the face of his constituents. But what else can we expect from establishment politicians?

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Why the hell are the comment songs for just about every musical artist just flat out disabled?

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It is my opinion, in response to this opinion piece, that the Washington Post supports pedophilia.

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Guess no one likes being called racist over blatant racist propaganda.

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News reports in February 2022 grossly misrepresented the facts about a federal harm reduction program.

Jesus Christ. Anyone who believes Snopes at this point has got to be phenomenally fucking stupid

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Dennis weighs in on some of this week’s biggest headlines—from Whoopi Goldberg’s remarks about the Holocaust to mandates in Canada. Having written a book on…

I suppose I could forgive her, but until she actually sincerely seeks forgiveness, and admits she was wrong, rather than continuing to reiterate the points that angered everyone in the first place, I don't see why this is even a question.

Her "apology" wasn't "I was wrong," it was, "Sorry you're offended."

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Love this song, but I wonder why so many musicians have their comments disabled.

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I have to say, this song reminds me a lot of Tubular Bells by Mike Oldfield

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"Doctor Heckle and Mr. Hyde"

wince

That's Doctor Jekyll...

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President Donald Trump's salt and pepper shakers often dwarf those of his guests. His predecessors had shakers the same size as everyone else's.

I can’t help but think that even tabloid reporters are staring at this and going, "Really?"

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