Oscars Leaving Black Americans Blue…
The Oscars are known for many odd customs and bits of superstition, but American Blacks best know the Color Purple Curse. Viola Davis was upset by the veteran Meryl Streep … Continue reading
It’s our Sunday round-up of some of the best cartoons and graphic art protests we’ve found around the web. Check out more by these fine artists and graphic illustrators by … Continue reading
Our Sunday round-up of the political cartoons worth noting, and our phototoons of the week. Click the cartoons or links to see more of the artists’ fine work and read … Continue reading
A State of the Union, Without Rebuttal
Democrats have a few whopping-bad ideas that we inject from time-to-time into the political system. One of them, the “response” to the State of the Union address, initiated under King … Continue reading
The Sunday Funnies
The Dead Billionaires Club – The Dead Can’t Vote, but Should They Give?
If the dead can’t vote in Chicago, should they be allowed to influence politics from the grave in Pittsburgh and Denver and New York? The Koch brothers may be the … Continue reading
Sorry Republicans: TARP Worked.
If you turned on a TV, or picked up a newspaper, or logged in to the Internet in 2008, it was everywhere: The Bailout. It was evil. It was immoral. … Continue reading
Why Two White Kids Are a Senseless Tragedy but an Arab-American Is Immediately Terrorism
When a couple of white kids shoot up a school, it is a tragedy, and a search for mental defect. Bring on a shooting at a military base that involves … Continue reading
The Bobby Jindal Moment: Obama Drags Media Through Unbearable Civility and Reason
George W. Bush was a pro-media president. You wouldn’t think so, from the way that he head-locked the press, cherry-picked crowds for public events, and limited his press conferences to … Continue reading