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The election is bearing down on us, like one of the many hurricanes that have struck the United States this year. Nobody knows precisely what the damage will be. Only that it will be in a range between “mild” and “catastrophic.” There is virtually no reason to hope that it will be “slight” or “negligible.” We passed that point long ago.

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I ended a recent column observing that American taxpayers, not the government of Mexico or anyone else, was going to end up footing the bill for President Donald Trump's border wall. And now we know that a very specific segment of Americans, ones th...

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Here’s another new batch of my old TRUE cartoons from the 1990’s – at least the ones that look like they could still be true. ...

In a move that will further militarize police departments across the country while decreasing accountability, the President issued an executive order that strips away limits on weapons of war that the Defense Department can hand over to state and local police forces. The President’s order expands an existing Pentagon program that authorizes the transfer of military-grade tactical weapons, surveillance equipment and vehicles to civilian police departments, eliminating restrictions on the types of weapons that can be transferred and vastly reducing oversight of the program.