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On this week's midsummer classic weekly Independent comics page: The K Chronicles pays tribute to Jackie Robinson; This Modern World hears from the invisible hand of the free market; Jen Sorenson goes camping; Red Meat plays a new video game; and Apoca Clips covers the meeting between Trumpy and Putin.

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On this week's covfefe weekly Independent comics page: Jen Sorenson covers the history of liberal demonization; The K Chronicles discovers that Sheriff David Clarke reminds of someone else; This Modern World examines (what we wish was really) a computer simulation of our world; Red Meat returns a product to the Tobacco Shack; and Apoca Clips finds Trumpy making a triumphant return.

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On this week's Israeli-intelligence-free weekly Independent comics page: Apoca Clips shows the Trumpster creating his own police force; Red Meat has weight issues; Jen Sorenson wonders what will finally wake up Republicans; The K Chronicles speaks in tongues; and This Modern World examines what happens when the man-baby president feels besieged.

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On this week's high-fiber weekly Independent comics page: This Modern World listens in as The Donald gets advice from Putin; Jen Sorenson uncovers yet another Hillary Clinton "Scandal"; The K Chronicles tells the tale of two North Carolinas; and Red Meat deals with an inaccurate milk delivery.

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On this week's succulent Independent comics page: The K Chronicles finds some fascinating objects while packing; This Modern World addresses the topic of pro-Kremlin propaganda; Jen Sorenson wonders why Obama is supporting the Trans-Pacific Partnership; and Red Meat offers up a meeting between Milkman Dan past and Milkman Dan present.

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On this week's highly ceremonial Independent comics page: The City celebrates the arrival of the Winter Olympics; Red Meat isn't feeling too well; Jen Sorenson looks at Russian tolerance; and The K Chronicles honors cartoonist Morrie Turner.

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