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On this week's Rudy Giuliani-free weekly Independent comics page: This Modern World looks at the circular speech of Sarah Huckabee Sanders; Jen Sorenson examines "dragon energy"; The K Chronicles is too old to sit in the back of the bus any longer; Apoca Clips gets the inside scoop on a chat between the Korean Leaders; and Red Meat refuses to give Milkman Dan a bonus.

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On this week's delightfully refreshing weekly Independent comics page: Jen Sorenson worries about modern online discourse; The K Chronicles spends a few days as a single parent; This Modern World examines the thing that ate America's brain; Apoca Clips checks in with Trumpy and Li'l Kim; and Red Meat deals with depression.

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On this week's gold-medal-winning weekly Independent comics page: Apoca Clips listens in as Trumpy talks about the Olympics; Red Meat deals with a pet problem; Jen Sorenson looks at selective free-speech warriors; The K Chronicles finds a $10 bill; and This Modern World examines the ongoing war on objective reality.

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On this week's carb-free weekly Independent comics page: This Modern World ponders that new book about Trump; Jen Sorenson looks back at the film Idiocracy; The K Chronicles comes down with pneumonia; Apoca Clips watches as Trumpy plays a game; and Red Meat remains seated.

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On this week's worried weekly Independent comics page: The K Chronicles looks at electronic voting machines; This Modern World ponders The Unprecedented Trump; Jen Sorenson rolls back some Obama-era protections; Apoca Clips gets to the truth about what's happening in North Korea; and Red Meat features Earl starting an exercise regimen.

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On this week's extra-spiffy weekly Independent comics page: Red Meat features Karen thanking Milkman Dan for a gift; Apoca Clips quizzes Trumpy on his response to North Korea; Jen Sorenson examines the Market Liberation Army; This Modern World explains the Senate's health care plan; and The K Chronicles celebrates yet more of life's little victories.

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On this week's Indy comics page: Red Meat is finally able to get some sleep; The City tries to pick up a woman in an inappropriate fashion; Roland and Cid ponder North Korea and the Mayans; and Jen Sorenson takes on gay marriage and Antonin Scalia.

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