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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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On this week's wetter-than-Portland weekly Independent comics page: Jen Sorensen examines how everything is pretend with Donald Trump; (Th)ink begs Democrats not to be jackasses; This Modern World looks at the scary future set in motion by Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez; Red Meat apologizes for an unfortunate fire; and Apoca Clips hears out Li'l Trumpy regarding his "national emergency."

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On this week's Hallmark-approved, prix-fixe weekly Independent comics page: This Modern World expresses bewilderment at the Sunday morning talk-show formula; Jen Sorensen wishes white people assimilated better; (Th)ink ponders the plight of whacked-out British eels; Red Meat tries to teach goldfish a disturbing lesson; and Apoca Clips weighs in on the Grammys.

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On this week's unseasonably damp weekly Independent comics page: Red Meat finds Earl wishing he could be a bird; Apoca Clips ponders the curious case of the Virginia governor; This Modern World examines a billionaire candidacy; Jen Sorensen wants to redefine "the center"; and The K Chronicles pays tribute to the late Nelson Mandela.

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On this week's polar vortex-free weekly Independent comics page: This Modern World realizes Sparky the Penguin may need a new job; Jen Sorensen just says no to billionaire presidential candidates; (Th)ink examines the difference between wall vs. cave; Red Meat enjoys the benefits of regularity; and Apoca Clips watches as Sarah Huckabee Sanders declares that everything is fine.

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On this week's pass-interference penalty-free weekly Independent comics page: Apoca Clips features an announcement from Li'l Trumpy that he's ready to negotiate; Red Meat goes to 2101 for a chat between K-REN3 and MMD3; Jen Sorensen wonders why it's now controversial to oppose bullies; The K Chronicles looks on in amazement as his Hulu TV show gets under way; and This Modern World looks at the ongoing mountains of madness.

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The government shutdown is on the mind of most of the weekly Independent comic page's esteemed cartoonists this week, as This Modern World looks at life in the Stupidverse during the shutdown, while Jen Sorensen ponders Trump's actions, and Apoca Clips asks Li'l Trumpy his thoughts about this "greatest" shutdown. Meanwhile, (Th)ink posits that Alabama was the real winner of the college football championship, given recent events, while Aquaman (sort of) (not really) makes a guest appearance in Red Meat.

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