By |2018-09-12T17:14:36-08:00September 12th, 2018|Categories: Comics|Tags: |31 Comments

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This blog is dedicated to finding the truth, exposing the lies, and holding our politicians and leaders accountable when they fall far short of the promises that they have made to both my fellow Alaskans and the American people.


  1. Anonymous May 10, 2018 at 7:34 am


    “Trump’s decision to violate the Iran deal may have further consequences beyond straining U.S. relations with Europe”

  2. Anonymous May 10, 2018 at 8:43 am


    “Senator Cryin’ Chuck Schumer fought hard against the Bad Iran Deal, even going at it with President Obama, & then Voted AGAINST it!” the president tweeted. “Now he says I should not have terminated the deal – but he doesn’t really believe that! Same with Comey. Thought he was terrible until I fired him!”


    • Anonymous May 14, 2018 at 8:08 am

      Dumb trump didn’t terminate anything, he is violating the terms of the agreement, there is a big difference.

  3. Anonymous May 10, 2018 at 8:51 am

    “”This is the first time that Israel has directly accused Iran of attacking it from within Syrian territory since the start of the Syrian civil war in 2011,” Al Jazeera correspondent Harry Fawcett said from Jerusalem.

    “The question is whether that will be a deterrent or whether it could invite further escalation from the other side now that these things are in train, accidental escalation towards further conflict is always a possibility.”

    ‘Destabilise the entire region’

    “”Israel has said in the past that the Syrian government is paving the way for Iran and Hezbollah [a Lebanese Shia militia] to maintain a strong military presence in the [occupied] Golan Heights not far from the border with Israel.”

    Ahelbarra said that any confrontation between Israel and Iran could trigger a reaction from Hezbollah, which backs President Assad.

    “If that happens, then you might end up with a situation where you have different frontlines, different battlefields happening at the same time, which could further destabilise the entire region.””

  4. Paul in Minnesota May 10, 2018 at 9:45 am

    Ha, have Trump give up land Britain (pre-Canada) ceded to the USA in 1818, then the rest of Minnesota could go to war against the USA for the rest of Minnesota for what’s up on Lake Superior. Then perhaps Minnesota could ask to be part of Canada. Since we’ll have the Louisiana Purchase land, our part of Canada regained and our Lake Superior lakeshore. (teasing).

    The facts about our 49th parallel (northern) border with Canada:


  5. Not? May 14, 2018 at 7:53 am

    OT? Wanna BET

    • Anonymous May 14, 2018 at 2:37 pm

      “Moreover, Alito’s opinion in Murphy v. NCAA creates a precedent that could help liberals down the road by shielding state experimentation from federal intrusion. For instance, under Murphy, Congress could not pass law forbidding any more states from legalizing marijuana. Nor could it bar states from passing “death with dignity” laws that allow doctors to help terminally ill patients end their lives. And perhaps most pertinently, Murphy confirms that Attorney General Jeff Sessions may not punish sanctuary cities for refusing to enforce federal immigration law. (A federal judge already ruled that Sessions’ effort to do so “violates the Tenth Amendment’s prohibitions against commandeering.”)

      The Supreme Court first deployed the anti-commandeering doctrine to strike down regulations on radioactive waste and handguns. These rulings are generally considered conservative—but with the federal government in the hands of Donald Trump and a Republican Congress, progressives are discovering that the principle can cut in their direction, too. So long as the courts apply it consistently, the anti-commandeering rule should safeguard states’ rights to push their own laws to the left. Murphy v. NCAA will soon usher in a multibillion-dollar sports betting market in dozens of states. But its most immediate impact will be to remind Trump and Sessions that they can’t always boss blue states around.”

  6. Anonymous May 14, 2018 at 7:55 am

    OT? Wanna BET not? 7-2 “The four major men’s sports leagues ― the NBA, NFL, MLB and NHL ― and the NCAA all opposed New Jersey’s efforts. However, an outcome in favor of sports gambling was widely expected after oral arguments in December, when a number of justices indicated support for the state’s arguments.”

    “Rep. Frank Pallone (D-N.J.) last year introduced legislation known as the GAME Act to provide federal oversight on sports gambling and said Monday that the decision should push Congress to act on his bill.

    “Now that the Supreme Court has struck down this unlawful and confusing law, it is time for Congress to move the GAME Act forward to ensure that consumer protections are in place in any state that decides to implement sports betting,””


  7. Anonymous May 15, 2018 at 11:00 am

    Was it my imagination or did Ivanka and Jared fly to Israel on Air Force One? No security clearance and they are flying on the president’s plane, what a joke this administration is continuing to be.

  8. Anonymous May 15, 2018 at 12:16 pm

    Among the dead was a baby who died after inhaling tear gas and eight children under the age of 16, according to the Gaza Health Ministry.

    At least 2,400 others were wounded.


  9. Susan on the Left Coast May 15, 2018 at 2:08 pm

    Yesterday’s Jerusalem ceremony for Trump to stroke his ego… was straight up theatrics….there will be temp office for the Consul General…but the embassy itself won’t be completed for 9 years, they haven’t even chosen a building site. ….The existing embassy is still in operation. In the second phase, by the end of 2019, an annex on site will be constructed for a more permanent working space for the ambassador, staff and a classified processing site. The third phase, the site selection and construction of a new embassy, will take up to nine years. https://www.jta.org/2018/03/27/news-opinion/israeli-planning-body-waive-construction-permits-u-s-embassy-jerusalem

  10. Lewsiffer May 15, 2018 at 5:33 pm


    What can one say about it except that it causes people to do stupid things.

    These fables and imaginary beings cause nothing but harm; there is little to no evidence of people who subscribe to said fables and believe in such imaginary beings having ever done any good, and in fact, most evidence points to them doing nothing more with their delusions than attempting to overpower non-believers in order to empower their own misguided agendas.

    Until mankind evolves beyond this magical thinking bad things will happen to believers and sometimes, very sadly, even we sane-minded non-believers are caught up in their religious bloodshed.

    It’s a sad world when the majority is brainwashed by lies and fairytales.

    • Anonymous June 9, 2018 at 3:11 am

      When I was about 12 I asked my RWCNJ mom “how can everyone be right? If we had been born in China, we would beleive what Chinese people believe about religion”. She told me my “intellect was of the devil”.
      Wasn’t that helpful of her lol?
      Breaking free of indoctrination into religion is the first step in evolving to the humans we can be.

      • anon August 29, 2018 at 6:12 pm

        you were a pretty astute 12 year old. kudos to you

  11. whatevs May 19, 2018 at 6:50 am

    Her face is a lot more misshapen and ugly than that, and more asymmetrical. I hear it’s what happens when you try to talk out of both sides of your mouth at once. Your cartoonist is too kind.

  12. anonymous May 27, 2018 at 8:47 pm


    1. The John McCain attacks
    2. Trump goes after the Khan family for speaking out in support of Hillary Clinton at the Democratic convention.
    3. “My personal Vietnam”>’rump got five draft deferments while Vietnam raged for nearly 20 years. rump said that his sex life was like his own personal Vietnam.

    “I was dating lots and lots of women,” he said in 2004. “I just had a great time. They were great years, but that was pre-AIDS, and you could do things in those days that today you’re at risk doing. AIDS has changed a lot.”

    “It is a dangerous world out there — it’s scary, like Vietnam,” he continued. “It is my personal Vietnam. I feel like a great and very brave soldier.”
    4. Promise the moon but give them pennies.
    5. The Niger widows.>’when Trump was blasted for his behavior, he swore that he had done more for Gold Star families than anyone. He even went so far as to claim that former President Barack Obama never called the families. Not only was the claim false, families who had received that heartbreaking call stepped up to call out the lie.’
    6. The $25,000 promise.x2
    6. Trump’s lie he fixed VA wait times.
    7. The backlog in veteran disability claims
    8. VA’s Veterans Choice Program emergency funding ran out before it was supposed to.>’Someone didn’t do their math correctly. When Congress passed and Trump signed the $2.1 billion in emergency funding for the VA’s Veterans Choice Program, it was supposed to keep the program afloat until February 2018. It ran out two months early.’
    9. Trump’s hiring freeze
    10. Trump’s budget hurts veterans.>’So, if the president touts his “many successes” that show how he has “done more for veterans than any president in the history of the world,” Americans can remind him what he has really done.’
    Stealing their Valor…

  13. anonymous June 2, 2018 at 7:19 am


    “Conservative advocate Grover Norquist captured this philosophy well when he said, “My goal is to reduce the size of government by half over 25 years … and eventually get it small enough that if you wanted, you could drown it in the tub.”
    This ethos has been embraced by the Trump administration, which, in 2017, released a so-called “skinny budget” characterized by deep cuts to the administrative structures that safeguard health in the United States.”

    “In the decades since the Reagan Revolution, the consequences of these policies have become clear.” “Today, our lives are shorter than nearly all of our peer countries. “

  14. Anonymous June 2, 2018 at 10:49 am

    How dare 4645 people in Puerto Rico conspire against Trump and die!

  15. Anonymous June 2, 2018 at 6:41 pm
  16. CFR June 28, 2018 at 4:14 pm

    Where is Mialuippa and her “Bern it to the ground crew” to defend this?

    Hiding h=out Mia? Why” this is what you voted for bitch.

    • anonymous July 6, 2018 at 6:50 am

      Hangin @ the old blog…

    • Anonymous August 12, 2018 at 11:54 pm



      Just more of that divisive hate nurtured by the anonymity of this board and the snowflakes’ inability to accept criticism.

      Yeah, I voted for Bernie in the primary. The Constitution says I have the right to vote for anyone I want.

      I VOTED FOR HILLARY IN NOVEMBER. Plenty of Bernie supporters did. Post election analysis shows Hillary didn’t lose because of Bernie or the greens.

      So FUCK YOU.

      I see Keith Ellison is about to get the Al Franken treatment just days before Minnesota votes. How very…. Democratic.

      And yes, I *can* access this blog and post despite the fact that Gryphen’s gatekeeper-bot has blocked my ISP. So much for the new improved blog.

      Plenty of other old posters seem to be absent as well. So much for new and improved. Maybe they got banned too for failing to bow and scrape and sufficiently tug the forelock. Did your librul hate drive them off?

      I’ll say it one more time. Hillary was probably the most qualified, most prepared and most capable candidate that has run for the office of president in decades. But she also had enough baggage to use against her. Just because *I* wasn’t blind to that fact doesn’t void the fact or make me some pinko commie traitor.

      Oh, and FUCK YOU again, Asshole.

  17. anonymous July 6, 2018 at 6:46 am

    ““He called us spicks and told us all to go back to where we came from,” Cris Soriano said. “He also went on a rant about how Asians are better because they pay taxes and they never go to jail. Unlike us brown people.”


  18. Anonymous July 25, 2018 at 10:13 pm

    Are you kidding? They’ll take the money, claiming it is owed to them and then complain it’s not enough. Most of it will probably go to big corporate Agra super farms. The small farmers aren’t likely to see much.

  19. anon August 1, 2018 at 9:32 am


    “Trump administration is not only considering cutting capital gains taxes by $100 billion over the next 10 years. It’s openly floating doing so via an administrative mechanism that the George H.W. Bush administration deemed illegal. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the administration was mulling a change that would allow taxpayers to account for inflation in calculating capital gains, reducing the amount of tax that would be paid when the asset is sold. It is estimated that around two-thirds of the benefit from this change would go to the top 0.1 percent of income earners.” “the Republican base is willing to swallow just about any policy this administration pursues out of sheer antagonism toward the Democratic Party and the people it represents, who they believe might unravel the fabric of our country or upend the nation’s demographic balance”

  20. Anonymous August 12, 2018 at 11:32 pm

    But Bitch McConnell is still going to have Kavanaugh confirmed by the end of the first week in September. The GOP is thumbing it’s nose at Democrats. Even if they win they’vE already lost.

    Some really bad dirt better get exposed in the next two weeks or the four DINOS will be more than enough to put Kavanaugh over the top, even if Murkowski and Collins vote no.

    We are all totally screwed.

    If Ginsburg dies our nation dies with her.

  21. viv August 20, 2018 at 2:03 pm

    Certain Alaskans worshipping money enough to appear on Bitchy B’s idiot show for idiots after refusing in the past on the grounds of their privacy.

    Thousands of Alaskans are on reality TV every year but none of those shows are based around women who can’t keep their legs together. Somebody has just shot her new career in the foot, who’s going to want someone from a reality show about sluts to advise them on the biggest purchase of their life?

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