This one feels like a Babylon Bee prediction. More comics at the Webcomic Factory.
Captain Deflection returns! Protector of the Establishment! For more comics, visit the Webcomic Factory.
Will you eat the bugs? Visit other comics (and not bugs) at the Webcomic Factory.
We really need to abolish germ warfare, don't we? More comics at the Webcomic Factory.
You're favorite hero is back! For more comics, visit The Webcomic Factory.
He fights for Truthiness, Justice for some and the American way according to what's mainstream at the time! More comics at the Webcomic Factory.
I still don't believe this one. I mean, Ben Franklin must be spinning in his grave. The very IDEA this is happening wouldn't be worthy of a segment on Infowars five years ago. More comics at the Webcomic Factory
"(Close) all windows, dormers, skylights, inside and outside shutters, curtains, casements, bull’s-eyes, deadlights, and blinds—in short, all openings, holes, chinks, and fissures through which the light of the sun is wont to enter houses.” -Frederic Bastiat from his work 'The Candlemakers’ Petition' Frederic Bastiat creatively used satire as a vessel in order to explain somewhat complex and philosophical beliefs. In The Candle Makers Petition, he illustrates how special interest groups, (the candlemakers and tallow producers at the time attempted to lobby the Chamber of Deputies of the...
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After Notre Dame fire, leading Israeli rabbi says ‘There is no mitzvah to [burn down] churches abroad. In our holy land, however, the issue is more complicated’
Via Mondoweiss: "Prominent settler rabbi, Shlomo Aviner, ruled today (Tuesday) that burning churches outside of the Land of Yisrael “isn’t our job for now”, but as for the Holy Land, “the issue is more complicated”. Aviner seemed to leave the question of burning churches in the Holy Land to the questioner. “This isn’t our job for now. There is no mitzvah to seek out churches abroad and burn them down. In our holy land, however, the issue is more complicated. Indeed, the Satmar Rabbi noted one of his arguments against immigrating to Israel, that here it is indeed a mitzvah to burn...