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On this week's spoiler-free weekly Independent comics page: This Modern World examines the Rep. Ilhan Omar controversy; Jen Sorensen ponders the maladies of the Information Age; (Th)ink reveals Trump's 2020 election strategy; Apoca Clips tries to avoid those aforementioned spoilers; and Red Meat deals with a wound from a straight razor.

On this week's unimpeachable weekly Independent comics page: Apoca Clips lets Rudy keep putting his feet in his mouth; Red Meat reveals that Earl is not a night person; This Modern World and Jen Sorensen both examine reactions to the redacted Mueller Report; and The K Chronicles compares and contrasts the residents of New York and Los Angeles.

On this week's Game of Thrones-free weekly Independent comics page: Jen Sorensen bemoans the New York Post's crappy brand of journalism; (Th)ink mourns the terrible Notre Dame fire; This Modern World ponders the Trump administration's pretzel logic; Apoca Clips watches Li'l Trumpy applaud Stephen Miller; and Red Meat wonders why Dad is so darned weird.

On this week's hipster-avoiding weekly Independent comics page: This Modern World is appalled by a call to abolish the Electoral College; Jen Sorenson wonders what the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is thinking; (Th)ink ponders a possible cancer breakthrough; Red Meat celebrates being "bracingly regular"; and Apoca Clips watches as Li'l Trumpy finally releases his ... tuxes?

On this week's heavily redacted weekly Independent comics page: Apoca Clips listens in as Biden and Li'l Trumpy discuss #metoo; Red Meat considers getting some ice cream; Jen Sorensen wonders what is in the Mueller Report; (Th)ink ponders what would happen if Jesus went to Notre Dame University; and This Modern World looks at the Mueller Report aftermath (so far).

On this week's subpoenaed-by-Congress weekly Independent comics page: This Modern World examines the definition of "completely exonerated"; Jen Sorenson ponders a really bad reporter; The K Chronicles revels in diversity; Apoca Clips celebrates the Mueller Report with Li'l Trumpy; and Red Meat watches as Earl helps a church.

On this week's low-carb, keto-friendly weekly Independent comics page: This Modern World again looks at Life in the Stupidverse; Jen Sorensen solemnly compares New Zealand's leader with Donald Trump; (Th)ink solves the puzzle of domestic terrorism; Red Meat reflects upon time in the "Navy"; and Apoca Clips listens to Li'l Trumpy spout off on Aunt Becky and the college-admissions scandal.

On this week's college-rejected weekly Independent comics page: Apoca Clips watches as Li'l Trumpy signs Bibles; Red Meat tries to maintain the telepathic link with the fish; This Modern World ponders the "extreme" nature of the Green New Deal; Jen Sorenson offers a field guide to bad-faith social-justice activists; and (Th)ink tackles the #fakemelania phenomenon.

On this week's gag-order-violating weekly Independent comics page: Jen Sorensen wonders why people like dumb politicians over smart ones; The K Chronicles smiles about a comment made during the making of his TV pilot; This Modern World watches an alien broadcast praising the Supreme Leader; Red Meat makes an embarrassing confession; and Apoca Clips examines Li'l Trumpy's love of the flag.

On this week's extra-crispy, low-sodium weekly Independent comics page: This Modern World looks at one plausible (?) explanation for Donald Trump's actions; Jen Sorensen examines the new head of Donald Trump's climate-change panel; (Th)ink has some fun with Spike Lee; Apoca Clips checks in with Bernie Sanders; and Red Meat features Earl's new coffee business.