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On this week's fresh-and-fruity weekly Independent comics page: Red Meat chronicles Earl's new job at the DMV; Apoca Clips listens in as Don Jr. and Eric discuss Hunter Biden's alleged misdeeds; The K Chronicles gets wistful about the joys of being young; This Modern World ponders some extremely good-faith arguments against impeachment; and Jen Sorensen offers a tribute, of sorts, to the right-wing punk.

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On this week's subpoena-defying weekly Independent comics page: Jen Sorensen examines the fear of a female wonk; (Th)ink watches as Trump is backed into a corner; This Modern World listens in as the mob boss talks to his associates; Red Meat breaks up a cat fight; and Apoca Clips listens in as Li'l Trumpy picks OJ's brain.

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On this week's extra-crispy yet low-sodium weekly Independent comics page: This Modern World examines the Trump Spin Cycle; Jen Sorensen shakes her head at the court of public opinion; The K Chronicles honors Shirley Chisholm; Red Meat watches some compelling television; and Apoca Clips expresses concern about Li'l Trumpy's pet monkey.

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On this week's whistle-blown weekly Independent comics page: Jen Sorensen examines what finally led to the impeachment inquiry; (Th)ink has the final word on Sharpiegate; This Modern World ponders the reputation rehabilitation of former Trump administration officials; Red Meat discovers the scam behind all-you-can-eat buffets; and Apoca Clips allows Li'l Trumpy to speak out about that now-infamous call to Ukraine.

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On this week's poofy-shirt-free weekly Independent comics page: Apoca Clips adjusts the light bulb at Li'l Trumpy's request; Red Meat investigates weird noises coming from the closet; This Modern World looks yet again at Life in the Stupidverse; This Modern World imagines the next 12 months of Trump lunacy; and Jen Sorensen ponders some honest questions for the Democratic presidential-primary debates.

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On this week's Sharpie-ink-stained weekly Independent comics page: The K Chronicles finds a way to make female presidential candidates more palatable to sexists; This Modern World ponders what would happen today if an asteroid came sorta-close-but-not-really to Earth; Jen Sorensen looks at the threat to Western Civilization posed by yoga pants; Red Meat checks in on a frightened child; and Apoca Clips listens to Li'l Trumpy blather about all of the crazy news of the week.

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On this week's sold-out, standing-room-only weekly Independent comics page: This Modern World features thoughts from a bedbug; Jen Sorensen looks at generational entitlement; (Th)ink pays tribute to Toni Morrison; Apoca Clips listens to Li'l Trumpy's hurricane musings; and Red Meat talks to Earl about his new gig at the pharmacy.

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On this week's bedbug-free weekly Independent comics page: Jen Sorensen looks at the motivations of various activists; The K Chronicles goes to Germany and wants to become a vice mayor; This Modern World talks to three supporters of different Democratic presidential candidates; Apoca Clips watches Li'l Trumpy turn into the "Chosen One"; and Red Meat goes bald to be sexy.

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On this week's keto-friendly, gluten-free, semi-vegan weekly Independent comics page: This Modern World looks at the latest exploits of Donald J. Trump, Detective-in-Chief; Jen Sorensen ponders how the right turns reason into treason; (Th)ink examines an incident at a recent Trump rally; Apoca Clips quizzes Li'l Trumpy on Antifa and right-wing terror groups; and Red Meat wants to borrow some fertilizer.

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On this week's mysteriously unguarded weekly Independent comics page: Jen Sorensen examines America's response to the recent mass shootings; (Th)ink ponders the attendance of an all-clowns screening of the It sequel; This Modern World listens to some Gun Talk; Apoca Clips quizzes Li'l Trumpy about Jeffrey Epstein's death; and Red Meat looks back on the old comic-book character called the Human Torch.

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