Devil’s Advocate

August 14, 2017 Comics Comments (0) 1202

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I am, as has been stated many, many times elsewhere, personally a hard-liner on the First Amendment. Nazis do, unfortunately, have the same right to speech and assembly as everyone else, and that is as it should be. It is, as the saying goes, the high price of freedom — because any effort to legally stifle hate speech will inevitably be exploited to harm the people it seeks to protect.

However, there is a time and a place to argue for free speech. If you are the ACLU, maybe that time is “always.” If, however, you are a decent human being seeking to engage with other human beings on the Internet, the time to argue for free speech may not be the immediate aftermath of a Nazi rally that killed three people. Sometimes it’s good to say “Yeah, Nazis are bad.”

You may not sound like the greatest intellectual in the room, but you will also avoid sounding like a complete asshole.

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Republi-Con to the Rescue

July 27, 2017 Comics Comments (0) 1440

John McCain gets his turn in the Republican super-hero persona Republi-Con. The Press is very impressed.

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Anti-Trump Images for Free Use Everywhere

January 31, 2017 Artwork, Featured, Politics / Religion Comments (0) 1653

I am making these anti-Trump images available for free use anywhere and everywhere. Commercial or non-commercial use, with or without attribution or modification. The original images are public domain, and the adaptation is mine, so there are no rights issues.

I’ve set up a Redbubble shop where you can buy these as vinyl stickers — but feel free to make your own if you prefer.

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