Monthly Archives: June 2020

It’s A Job

There will still be work in security even if the bars close. And no, your phony exemption card won’t fly in this establishment. Ripped from today’s police blotter…

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Here We Goat Again

Over two separate terms on the Nevada City City Council, Reinette Senum has managed to garner national (and even international) headlines for her controversial opinions, ranging from killer cops to her present stand on the legality of wearing masks. Despite … Continue reading

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Nancy Says…

Please practice social responsibility, folks!

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Daily Scribble 6/24/20

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Just When You Thought It Was Safe…

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Viva La Revolution

History doesn’t repeat itself, but sometimes it rhymes…

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A Mask Is Not A Gag

“As you go about your business today, KNOW there is no law that orders you to Wear a Mask. Our Governor does not have that unilateral power to make such orders. While I know the HEADLINES over the last couple … Continue reading

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What Goes Around…

The editor who was recently retired from the New York Times for running the Tom Cotton opinion piece was also responsible for eliminating the paper’s editorial cartoons. The artist here is Kevin Kallaugher, who goes by the name KAL.

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A Monumental Task

We are reaching the tipping point, and I don’t mean just tipping old confederate statues. Our competing ideologies have retreated to the far ends of the spectrum where any kind of compromise is seen as treachery. Can cooler heads prevail? … Continue reading

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The One That Got Away

The Nevada County Fair Board canceled this year’s event due to Covid-19 concerns, but this story is not over. Stay tuned for further gory details…

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