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Where was my new Saturday article?  Gentle readers, you know I tend not to spill my personal angst all over the pages of this scruffy little blog, but I have a good excuse: I just got out of the hospital.  By way of background, I had a TIA back in February of 2013, which I memorialized in So, How Was Your Weekend?   In any case, on Friday night, I briefly passed out, which occasioned a bit of excitement, and ended up in the hospital, where after a variety of tests, my cardiologist concluded it was a medication dosage problem.  One new med, and several dosage changes later, here I am, desperately needing rest and recovery from my brief hospital sojourn.  On to the Sunday Funnies!

Bill and Hillary Clinton on Monday announced they will embark on an international 13-city speaking tour shortly after November’s midterm elections, with tickets running as high as $745 and speculation swirling that the former secretary of state could announce yet another presidential bid.

Thank goodness gentle readers! There is hope.  And there may be change:

Anthony Weiner may be coming home early.

The disgraced Democratic ex-congressman and former NYC mayoral hopeful, who has been completing a 21-month prison sentence for sending sexual text messages to an underage girl, may be released early for good behavior.

Could President Trump be that lucky?  And now for a brief history…

And another historical reminder from the invaluable Day By Day Cartoon:

And thank goodness for the ACLU, defenders of fundamental liber…oh…

And speaking of renewed hope:

And more hope yet:

And speaking of no change…

Don’t you just love Steven Crowder?

Well, yeah…

Quick!  Somebody call Robert Mueller!

Whew!

As regular readers know, I don’t disparage anyone’s physical appearance, not being myself in the running for the latest Mr. Universe title, but why…?

Layers and layers of editors and fact checkers…

And speaking of Hillary Clinton…

Yes, this academic hears cases that decide the future of young men.  This is what contemporary higher education calls diversity and inclusion. All men are rapists; everyone is included.  Nice.

Believe the survivors…

That’s not funny…

Last week, Senator John Tester in Montana was downgraded to a “D” by the NRA for his vote against Brett Kavanaugh.  His media people responded to criticism by proclaiming him a prolific cow and hog assassin…  

which isn’t working out terribly well for the Senator…

…and which gave the NRA a chance to demonstrate it has a wry sense of humor:

Are Democrats in the House and Senate aware of this, or don’t they care?

Was she one of the 1400+?

Don’t know much ‘bout his-to-ry…

See you next Sunday!