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- Salvation Gets Cheap, By Paul Krugman
- Minimum Wage, Maximum Outrage, By Charles M. Blow
- There’s a Moon Out Tonight, By Gail Collins
- In Ukraine, Seeking U.S. Aid, By Nicholas Kristof
- Not the Same Old, Same Old, By Thomas L. Friedman
- Game of Drones, By Maureen Dowd
- C.E.O. Pay Goes Up, Up and Away!, By Joe Nocera
- Three Expensive Milliseconds, By Paul Krugman
- A Wit for All Seasons, By Maureen Dowd
- Go Ahead, Vladimir, Make My Day, By Thomas L. Friedman
- The Apple Chronicles, By Joe Nocera
- The Self-Sort, By Charles M. Blow
- Health Care Nightmares, By Paul Krugman
- Where the G.O.P. Gets It Right, By Nicholas Kristof
- We Should Be in a Rage, By Charles M. Blow
- Playing Hockey With Putin, By Thomas L. Friedman
- Jeb in the Vortex, By Maureen Dowd
- G.M.’s Cobalt Crisis, By Joe Nocera
- Oligarchs and Money, By Paul Krugman
- Sheldon: Iran’s Best Friend, By Thomas L. Friedman
- Bring Me My Dragons!, By Maureen Dowd
- Her First, and Last, Book, By Nicholas Kristof
- Michael Lewis’s Crusade, By Joe Nocera
- All in the Family, Sort Of, By Gail Collins
- In Search of Home, By Roger Cohen
- Rube Goldberg Survives, By Paul Krugman
- We’re Not No. 1! We’re Not No. 1!, By Nicholas Kristof
- Surprise! The Rich Won One, By Gail Collins
- The Aliens Have Landed, By Mark Bittman
- Follow the Money, By Thomas L. Friedman
- A Step Toward Justice in College Sports?, By Joe Nocera
- Jobs and Skills and Zombies, By Paul Krugman
- A Quiz: Do You Speak Dictator?, By NICHOLAS KRISTOF
- Parallel Parking in the Arctic Circle, By Thomas L. Friedman
- A Christie Life Primer, By Gail Collins
- The Split of the Ages, By Charles M. Blow
- Obama’s Anemic Speech in Europe, By Roger Cohen
- America’s Taxation Tradition, By Paul Krugman
- Crimea and Punishment, By Charles M. Blow
- The Season of the Twitch, By Gail Collins
- A Nation of Takers?, By Nicholas Kristof
- Putin and the Laws of Gravity. By Thomas L. Friedman
- Story of the Century, By Roger Cohen
- Wealth Over Work, By Paul Krugman
- Palmy Days for Jerry, By Maureen Dowd
- He Was Supposed to Take a Photo, By Nicholas Kristof

- Paul Ryan, Culture and Poverty, By Charles M. Blow
- Cold Man in the Kremlin, By Roger Cohen
- The Timidity Trap, By Paul Krugman
- TV Lowers Birthrate (Seriously), By Nicholas Kristof
- From Putin, a Blessing in Disguise, By Thomas L. Friedma
- Another Tale of Two Cities, By Maureen Dowd n
- The Unlikely Road to War, By Roger Cohen
- That Old-Time Whistle, By Paul Krugman
- The Three Faces of President Obama, By Thomas L. Friedman
- Dems in Distress, B yMaureen Dowd
- We Can’t Grow the Gap Away, By Charles M. Blow
- Fear of Wages, B yPaul Krugman
- The Agent in His Labyrinth, By Roger Cohen
- The Unhealthy Meat Market, By Nicholas Kristof
- Lunch on the Barricades, By Gail Collins
- Bossy Pants?, By Charles M. Blow
- The Spies Who Didn’t Love Her, By Maureen Dowd
- Left Hand Among Bones, By Roger Cohen
- Liberty, Equality, Efficiency, By Paul Krugman
- Little R-S-P-E-C-T, By Maureen Dowd
- To End the Abuse, She Grabbed a Knife, By Nicholas Kristof
- Cloudy and Cold, By Gail Collins
- The Self(ie) Generation, By Charles M. Blow
- Ukraine Fights for Its Truth, By Roger Cohen
- The Hammock Fallacy, By Paul Krugman
- Republicans Place the Wrong Bet, By Charles M. Blow
- Who’s the Villain Here?, By Nicholas Kristof
- Billion Dollar Babies, By Gail Collins
- Frozen in a Niche?, By Maureen Dowd
- Why Putin Doesn’t Respect Us, By Thomas L. Friedman
- The Inflation Obsession, By Paul Krugman
- Putin's Crimean Crime, By Roger Cohen
- The Compassion Gap, By Nicholas Kristof
- From the Pyramid to the Square, By Thomas L. Friedman
- Brace Yourself for Hillary and Jeb, By Maureen Dowd
- Arizona Sort of Helps Out, By Gail Collins
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- No Big Deal, By Paul Krugman
- Cry for Me, Argentina, By Roger Cohen
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- No Country for Old Mores, By Charles M. Blow
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- Don’t Just Do Something. Sit There., By Thomas L. Friedman
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- Health Care Horror Hooey, By Paul Krugman

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New articles added from the past week below discuss: The better way to discuss inequality in America and why inequality matters, the GOP's swelling women-haters club, did the US almost go to war in Syria based on a lie about the sarin gas?, America's rapid decline in the global rankings, and the high cost of free speech, plus lots more in Sounding Off. You might also ienjoy our large selection of progressive political humor, our interactive projects plus our free music downloads. --RJ Crane, editor

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Yes He Can, on Immigration
By THE NYT EDITORIAL BOARD
"If President Obama means what he says about wanting an immigration system that reflects American values, helps the economy and taps the yearnings of millions of Americans-in-waiting, he is going to have to do something about it — soon and on his own."

GOP’s woman-haters club swells: Why their hatred is actually getting worse
From Christie to Limbaugh the right's view of women is steeped in the 18th century. It may finally catch up to them

Andrew Burstein and Nancy Isenberg

The Crucible of Iraq
By Chris Hedges
"'The Corpse Exhibition: And Other Stories of Iraq,' by Hassan Blasim, is the most important book to come out of the Iraq War....By the end of this short-story collection the reader grasps, in a way no soldier's memoir or journalistic account from Iraq can explicate, the crucible of war and the unmitigated horror of violence itself. The book is a masterpiece."

How to Silence the Israeli Right
By Shmuel Rosner
"Last month, the American billionaire Sheldon Adelson bought a small, right-wing religious newspaper in Israel, Makor Rishon, for 17 million shekels, about $5 million."

Is Charles Koch "Un-American"? Let Thomas Jefferson Decide
By Richard (RJ) Eskow
"While Jefferson rejected the aristocracy of money, the Koch brothers have taken the lead in organizing it."

Seymour Hersh Does It Again! Killing in the name of
By Michael Collins
"Hersh's sources claim that Denis McDonough, Obama chief of staff, made sure that President Obama was unaware of intelligence implicating Turkey in chemical weapons production and use by Syrian rebels, according to Hersh's sources."

How Many Watch Lists Fit on the Head of a Pin?
Post-Constitutional America, Where Innocence is a Poor Defense

By Peter Van Buren
"Ibrahim was no threat to anyone, innocent of everything, and ended up on that list only due to a government mistake. Nonetheless, she was not allowed to reenter the U.S. to finish her studies or even attend her trial and speak in her own defense."

Was Turkey Behind Syrian Sarin Attack?
By Robert Parry
"Last August, the Obama administration lurched to the brink of invading Syria after blaming a Sarin gas attack outside Damascus on President Bashar al-Assad's government, but new evidence -- reported by investigative journalist Seymour M. Hersh -- implicates Turkish intelligence and extremist Syrian rebels instead."

Why Inequality Matters and What Can Be Done About It
By Joseph Stiglitz
"We have betrayed one of our most fundamental values. And the result is that we are wasting our most valuable resource, our human resources: millions of those at the bottom are not able to live up to their potential."

Neocons are back — and worse than ever! Debunking their unthinkable new defense
You'd think disastrous failures would shame the Bush-loving neocons into hiding. Here's why they need to go -- now

By FREDDIE DEBOER

Global rankings study: America in warp-speed decline
From access to healthcare and education to gender equality, the U.S. resembles a second-rate nation

By CJ WERLEMAN

Robert Reich: 7 reasons we should raise the minimum wage — to $15 an hour
$10.10 is a nice start, but the truth is it's not enough to lift all workers and their families out of poverty

By ROBERT REICH

5 theocrats in Congress who care more about the Bible than the Constitution
The Secular Coalition for America has releases its congressional report card. These pols' grades aren't pretty

By DAN AREL

Benghazi: ‘The Administration Has Won’
By JULIET LAPIDOS

Thank you for talking about inequality — but we’re all doing it wrong!
Everyone talks about a "gap" between rich and poor as if that will move voters. Here's what research says instead

By ANAT SHENKER-OSORIO
"When most everyone considers him or herself a 'have' – because the alternative is an appellation too reviled to claim – hearing there’s a division between them and some non-existent other is no big deal."

Barack Obama pulls a George W. Bush: Lies, misinformation and chemical weapons
Remember the almost-war in Syria last year? An amazing new report -- which our media won't touch -- is a must read

By PATRICK L. SMITH
"In less than a year, the Obama administration has mounted four covert coup operations, all variants of the classic Cold War model, all costly of human life, all assuring us the contempt and animosity of many people for years to come."

The right’s new climate change lie: It’s all the scientists’ fault
Conservative hucksters argue scientists are politicizing their work. They're wrong -- and climate change is real

By DALE JAMIESON
"As we will see, the politicization of science by a handful of climate change deniers and their patrons is extremely well documented, and continues to be a major obstacle to the United States adopting effective climate policy."

With McCutcheon Ruling, An Activist Court Opts for Full-On Plutocracy
By John Nichols
"Any doubts about the determination of an activist United States Supreme Court to rewrite election rules so that the dollar matters more than the vote were removed Wednesday, when McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission was decided in favor of the dollar."

What’s good for Wal-Mart isn’t good for America
If unionized workers can't demand a fair share of the nation’s growing economic wealth, we're all doomed

By RICHARD KIRSCH
"When a Walmart opens up, local businesses close. Wages decline throughout the community."

The Senate’s Discourtesy to Judges
By THE NYT EDITORIAL BOARD

Who’s Who in Ukraine’s New “Semi-fascist” Government: Meet the People the U.S. and EU are Supporting
By Brian Becker
"The new, self-appointed government in Kiev is a coalition between right-wing and outright fascist forces, and the line between the two is often difficult to discern."

3 terrible signs that our fossil-fuel addiction is getting worse
When the New York Times starts shilling for fracking and Obama goes soft on BP, you know there's a major problem

By MICHAEL KLARE

A 15-Year Murder Spree
By David Swanson

The right’s day-after freakout: Conservatives fail to grapple with new Obamacare reality
The campaign to discourage Obamacare enrollment failed miserably -- and now the haters don't have a new plan

By BRIAN BEUTLER

10 Things Elizabeth Warren's Consumer Protection Agency Has Done for You
The new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is already shielding Americans from shady dealings by mortgage lenders, student loan servicers, and credit card companies.

By Erika Eichelberger

Mr. Ryan’s Faith-Based Budget
By THE NYT EDITORIAL BOARD

GOP’s hideous strategy to survive as the “white party”
Trifecta of voter suppression, despair and gerrymandering means a plan with no new ideas. But also: No new voters!

By JOAN WALSH

8 places that do healthcare better than the U.S.
Monday was the last day to sign up for Obamacare. Maybe now it's time to up and move to France

By JESSICA PHELAN

The Court Follows the Money
By THE NYT EDITORIAL BOARD
"In the court’s most significant campaign-finance ruling since Citizens United in 2010, five justices voted to eliminate sensible and long-established contribution limits to federal political campaigns."

The GOP’s perpetual war drum explained: Why are Republicans so eager for conflict?
From Iraq to the Ukraine: How warmongering has been woven into the party's intellectual DNA

By CJ WERLEMAN

Obamacare politics transformed: Burden of proof now falls on the doomsayers
This week's Obamacare milestone schooled the haters and deniers -- and that's a good thing for the law and nation

By BRIAN BEUTLER

How to Squeeze the Political Parties
The Campaign Finance Ruling Helps Big Donors

By THE NYT EDITORIAL BOARD

John Roberts’ humiliating arrogance: Wingnuts reveal contempt for democracy
Chief justice's latest blow to campaign finance usurps the role of Congress, a legal expert explains

By JOSH EIDELSON

McCutcheon, the Majority, and the Challenge of Our Time
By Richard (RJ) Eskow
"The Supreme Court's  McCutcheon  ruling will be remembered as a decisive battle in a determined and wealthy minority's war against the popular will."

Creationists endure rough few weeks: Why the flat-earth crowd is in trouble
From "Cosmos" to evidence of Big Bang, it's been a tricky time for biblical literalists. Here's why it'll get worse

By PAUL ROSENBERG

Someone teach John Kerry about history!
There's a reason why Putin makes Kerry and the president look clownish: He understands the history others forget

By PATRICK L. SMITH
"No one can claim to know what Putin thinks of spheres-of-influence diplomacy and strategy. But his thinking has to be shaped by NATO’s presence on Russia’s borders."

The Plutocratic Jurisprudence of the Roberts 5: Episode VII
By Rob Hager

Greediest family on earth: Proof Koch brothers have just one political principle
The Koch brothers like to pretend they're high-minded free marketers. Here's proof it's a scam

By BRIAN BEUTLER

SCOTUS Rulings First with Citizens United, now McCutcheon are The Smoking Guns Revealing a Completely Broken System
By Dave Lefcourt

Dirty secret behind McCutcheon: Why everyone’s getting the “winners and losers” wrong
This isn't just about Democrats and Republicans -- it's also about intra-party battles and the job of a legislator

By JIM NEWELL

CIA Torture and the Threat of Dictatorship
By Patrick Martin
"According to a McClatchy News Service follow-up to the Post report, more than half of the 100 prisoners were subjected to some form of torture, and as many as five died during interrogation."

US Killing Machine Turns On Itself
By Finian Cunningham
"When a country’s military has been turned into nothing more than a criminal killing and torture machine we should not be surprised when its own ranks in turn become seized with all sorts of psychosis and pathology."

The Media’s Disinformation Campaign on Ukraine: “There are No neo-Nazis in the Interim Government”
By Professor John Ryan

Robert Reich: SCOTUS is inviting an American oligarchy
The former secretary of labor on the Court's shameful McCutcheon decision -- and where we go from here

By ROBERT REICH

Supreme Court Traitors Sell Out America Again With McCutcheon Decision
By Rob Kall

When Nature Looks Unnatural
By SEAN CARROLL
"Nature is not always so kind, however. Fields like particle physics and cosmology sometimes include good theories that fit all the data but nevertheless seem unsatisfying to us."

The Hope Diet: Would the Tea Party fall for this?
Barack Obama and Bill Clinton both peddled a diet of hope. It's time for Democrats to demand more of a sure thing

By THOMAS FRANK
"To describe politics in terms of 'hope' fundamentally misrepresents the situation we are in, and by misrepresenting, gets the Democrats off the hook time and again. It is hope that allows them to sell us out over and over."

Neocons’ Ukraine-Syria-Iran Gambit
By Robert Parry
"They keep hatching new schemes and strategies to keep the world stirred up and to keep their vision of world domination – and particularly 'regime change' in the Middle East – alive."

US ‘Exceptionalism’ Boomerangs in Ukraine
Official Washington thinks “American exceptionalism” means the U.S. government can ignore international law when intervening in other countries. But that hypocrisy is now coming back to bite the U.S. with Russia’s annexation of Crimea

By Paul Pillar

Sanctions? How About Sanctions Against the United States?
By Andy Piascik
"As the United States imposes sanctions on Russia and moves to do likewise to Venezuela, it?s essential to keep in mind which country it is that?s the most destructive and dangerous in the world today."

Refine your NSA outrage: Spying on Chinese networks is not the big shocker
Latest revelations from Snowden's trove are significant, but we musn't lump together all NSA stories

By NATASHA LENNARD

Mr. Obama’s Limits on Phone Records
By THE NYT EDITORIAL BOARD
"If President Obama really wants to end the bulk collection of Americans’ telephone records, he doesn’t need to ask the permission of Congress, as he said on Tuesday he would do. He can just end it himself, immediately."

How Strong Will the Anti-Democratic Backlash Be?
By Thomas B. Edsall
"Why isn’t the Republican Party paying a heavy price for its dependence on a shrinking white electorate, its rejection of immigration reform and its 'just say no' legislative strategy?"

Current Iran "Crisis" Began With Overthrow of Democratically Elected Government in 1953
By Mark Karlin

The New Tribalism and the Decline of the Nation State
By Robert Reich
"We are witnessing a reversion to tribalism around the world, away from nation states. The same pattern can be seen even in America -- especially in American politics."

Changing Israel from Without
By Dennis Bernstein

Invasion of the Data Snatchers
Big Data and the Internet of Things Means the Surveillance of Everything

By Catherine Crump and Matthew Harwood
"Estimates vary, but by 2020 there could be over 30 billion devices connected to the Internet. Once dumb, they will have smartened up thanks to sensors and other technologies embedded in them and, thanks to your machines, your life will quite literally have gone online.

U.S. Opposes Russia’s “Theft of Crimea” but U.S. Supports Israel’s “Theft of Palestine”
By Mohamed Khodr

Special report: Taxpayers fund creationism in the classroom
By STEPHANIE SIMON

Government claims “national defense” excuse to keep Mandela files secret
MIT researcher Ryan Shapiro filed suit against NSA, CIA, FBI for failure to comply with Mandela files FOIA requests

By NATASHA LENNARD

The great Tea Party swindle: How to make lots of money off the naive
Tea Party PACs raise a ton of money from conservatives -- and spend it on enriching their friends

By ALEX PAREENE
"Roll Call recently ran the numbers on spending by a number of Tea Party groups, and they are all spending quite a bit on overhead and 'office expenses' and travel and not that much on actual candidates."

OBAMA JUST OPENED THE DOOR FOR SNOWDEN'S IMMUNITY
Obama's overhaul of the NSA spying rules proves it

By Michael Maiello

A Whitewash for Gov. Christie
By THE NYT EDITORIAL BOARD

Hobby Lobby’s secret agenda: How it’s quietly funding a vast right-wing movement
Exclusive: How entities related to the company are quietly pumping tens of millions into a mélange of fringe causes

By Eli Clifton

Scalia’s pseudo-science complex: Phony claims, delusions and bogus ideas
These robed men may interpret the law of the land -- but it doesn't mean they understand how basic biology works

By Katie Mcdonough

Robert Reich: Billionaires are poisoning American democracy
The former secretary of labor examines how the Kochs and Adelsons use their vast wealth to undermine the law

By Robert Reich

Stop defending the Iraq War! Revising history will only lead to more mistakes
The president's recent explanation of America's invasion of Iraq overlooks key lessons the nation must learn

By Justyn Dillingham

On the Wrong Side of Globalization
By JOSEPH E. STIGLITZ
"Right now, there are trade proposals in the works that threaten to put most Americans on the wrong side of globalization."

A Broken Military Justice System
By THE NYT EDITORIAL BOARD

This is the scientific consensus on climate change
A new report clarifies the facts and urges Americans to take action

By LINDSAY ABRAMS

Conspiracy theories running rampant: How misinformation spreads on Facebook
Researchers studied how people interacted with "trolls" posting false information -- the results are terrifying

By SARAH GRAY
"Those who engaged with false information posted by trolls were more often readers of alternative news — or as the study says, those who do not trust mainstream sources."

From creationism to ESP: Why believers ignore science
A journalist's investigation of strange beliefs and the people who hold them leaves him questioning himself

By LAURA MILLER

All older articles that appeared in this section through December 31, 2012 can be found in our archives. Starting in 2013 we will no longer be archiving articles in this section.

Links to Tom Tomorrow, This Modern World cartoons

Links to Mark Fiore animations and other funny animations.

All of the past Bushspeak and Bushisms that we collected

RICK PERRY HOPES COMBINATION OF WEARING GLASSES AND NOT TALKING WILL MAKE HIM SEEM SMARTER
satire by Andy Borowitz

ZUCKERBERG VOWS FACEBOOK WILL SHOOT DOWN GOOGLE DRONES
satire by Andy Borowitz

NATION STUNNED TO LEARN CONGRESS ACCOMPLISHED SOMETHING FIFTY YEARS AGO
satire by Andy Borowitz

Missing News Priorities
cartoon by Nick Anderson

I’m here to help…
cartoon by Nick Anderson

White Supremacists
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Sebelius
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Obama, Michigan and a proposed $100 million for Detroit
The proposal to reallocate $100 million in federal funds to Detroit.

cartoon by Mike Thompson

CEO Mary Barra revamps GM
General Motors CEO Mary Barra begins to make changes.

cartoon by Mike Thompson

Kathleen Sebelius resigns
Kathleen Sebelius, in charge of implementing Obamacare, resigned this week.

cartoon by Mike Thompson

No animals were harmed
cartoon by Ruben Bolling

The joy of retirement
cartoon by Brian McFadden

Tyranny of the collectivists
cartoon by Jen Sorensen

The even hand of the law
cartoon by Matt Bors

The mysterious disappearance
cartoon by Tom Tomorrow

It's a SCANDAL!
cartoon by Matt Wuerker

George W. Bush's Art of Legacy
animation by Mark Fiore

POLL: MAJORITY OF AMERICANS WOULD SUPPORT JEB BUSH PAINTING
satire by Andy Borowitz

Civil Rights
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Equal Pay?
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Mental Health
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Our Obamacare cartoon caption contest winner!
Check out the winning entry and funny finalists in our Obamacare cartoon caption contest!

cartoon by Mike Thompson

Did GM put profits over people?
The General Motors ignition switch recall.

cartoon by Mike Thompson

Getting news from twitter
cartoon by Ruben Bolling

The Redskins' new name
cartoon by Brian McFadden

Get your words' worth with John Roberts
cartoon by Jen Sorensen

The one rich guy primary
cartoon by Matt Bors

Science Stuff
cartoon by Tom Tomorrow

Lying Liars?
cartoon by Matt Wuerker

United States of John Roberts
animation by Mark Fiore

BOEHNER: “I DON’T WANT TO LIVE IN A WORLD WHERE SEVEN MILLION PEOPLE GET AFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE”
satire by Andy Borowitz

SUPREME COURT DEFENDS WEALTHY’S RIGHT TO OWN GOVERNMENT
satire by Andy Borowitz

PRESIDENT’S ANNOUNCEMENT OF HEALTH-CARE NUMBERS ANGERS OPPONENTS OF MATH
satire by Andy Borowitz

ISSA SUBPOENAS SEVEN MILLION AMERICANS WHO SIGNED UP FOR OBAMACARE
satire by Andy Borowitz

SHELDON ADELSON SAYS NO REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE WORTH BUYING
satire by Andy Borowitz

Fort Hood
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Money Equals Speech
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Procrastination
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Adapting to Climate Change
cartoon by Nick Anderson

College Football Players Union?
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Sheldon Adelson's Menagerie
animation by Mark Fiore

The Supreme Court puts America up for sale
Another horrible decision from the United States Supreme Court

cartoon by Mike Thompson

GM and Barra vs. Congress
General Motors CEO Mary Barra testifies before a congressional committee.

cartoon by Mike Thompson

Hobby Lobby, Inc., Converts
cartoon by Ruben Bolling

Fun with corporate conscience clauses
cartoon by Brian McFadden

Obamacare 101 with Professor P
cartoon by Jen Sorensen

Wolf Blitzer, please chill out
cartoon by Matt Bors

The thin veil of rationality
cartoon by Tom Tomorrow

GOP Jackpots
cartoon by Matt Wuerker

PUTIN ANNOUNCES HISTORIC G1 SUMMIT
satire by Andy Borowitz

Hobby Lobby
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Birdwatching
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Oil Spill
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Youth Enrollment
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Religious Liberty for Corporations
animation by Mark Fiore

Hobby Lobby and women's birth control
The Hobby Lobby case makes it to the Supreme Court.

cartoon by Mike Thompson

Schuette and same-sex marriage
Michigan's Attorney General Bill Schuette and same-sex marriage.

cartoon by Mike Thompson

Why raise the minimum wage?
A look at the continuing debate over raising the minimum wage.

cartoon by Mike Thompson

The General Motors safety recall
General Motors is in for a rough ride over its handling of defective ignition switches.

cartoon by Mike Thompson

Super-fun-pak comix, featuring Quantum Mechanic
cartoon by Ruben Bolling

G.O.P. youth outreach
cartoon by Brian McFadden

The NRA interviews Surgeon General candidates
cartoon by Jen Sorensen

Clues scarce in search for news
cartoon by Matt Bors

The surveillance society: a look back
cartoon by Tom Tomorrow

Monkey business....
cartoon by Matt Wuerker

U.S. FREEZES PUTIN’S NETFLIX ACCOUNT
satire by Andy Borowitz

CNN APOLOGIZES FOR BRIEFLY AIRING NON-FLIGHT 370 STORY
satire by Andy Borowitz

OBAMA’S PLAN TO PAY PEOPLE ENOUGH TO EAT STIRS CONTROVERSY
satire by Andy Borowitz

Reproductive rights under attack in Michigan
Michigan has become a hostile environment for women.

cartoon by Mike Thompson

Who's up for war in Crimea?
Enough with the chest-thumping over Russian President Vladimir Putin's aggression in Crimea.

cartoon by Mike Thompson

What is scandal-plagued Gov. Chris Christie doing in Michigan?
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to help raise cash for Republican candidates.

cartoon by Mike Thompson

Putin's eating Obama's lunch
Russian President Vladimir Putin has been getting the best of President Barack Obama lately. Does it matter to struggling Americans?

cartoon by Mike Thompson

Fred Phelps
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Blather News Network
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Sanctions
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Paul Ryan tours the 'inner city'
cartoon by Ruben Bolling

Healthcare.gov goes viral
cartoon by Brian McFadden

Corporate Cosmos
cartoon by Jen Sorensen

Lindsey Graham, True Detective
cartoon by Matt Bors

The woman who took birth control
cartoon by Tom Tomorrow

All fracked up
cartoon by Matt Wuerker

Bestest Friends
animation by Mark Fiore

TOTAL ABSENCE OF INFORMATION ABOUT MALAYSIA FLIGHT NOT HINDERING TWENTY-FOUR-HOUR COVERAGE, CABLE NETWORKS SAY
satire by Andy Borowitz

G.O.P. RACE TURNS UGLY AS PAUL HEAD-BUTTS CRUZ
satire by Andy Borowitz

SNOWDEN DROPS FOUR NEW SONGS AT SXSW
satire by Andy Borowitz

Missing Airliner
cartoon by Nick Anderson

The Watchdog
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Edward Snowden at SXSW
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Thanks a lot
cartoon by Nick Anderson

The winner of our cartoon caption contest on Putin and Ukraine
Check out the winner and funny finalists of our cartoon caption contest on Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukraine.

cartoon by Mike Thompson

Michigan's abortion insurance law goes into effect
A controversial new law is set to go into effect in Michigan.

cartoon by Mike Thompson

Shocking statement at the same-sex marriage trial
A witness at the same-sex marriage trial in Detroit claims that unrepentant homosexuals will go to hell. Seriously.

cartoon by Mike Thompson

Percival Dunwoody, Idiot Time-Traveler From 1909
cartoon by Ruben Bolling

Obama calls Putin
cartoon by Brian McFadden

Spectacle semiotics
cartoon by Jen Sorensen

Civil liberties brainbuster
cartoon by Matt Bors

Sunday Talking About Stuff Show
cartoon by Tom Tomorrow

Neo Con time... again
cartoon by Matt Wuerker

The Anti-Gay Law in Uganda and the Miracle of Denial
animation by Mark Fiore

UKRAINE SITUATION FURTHER CONFUSED AFTER APPEARANCE BY JOHN TRAVOLTA
satire by Andy Borowitz

PUTIN RECEIVES STRONG WORDS OF SUPPORT IN NINETY-MINUTE CONVERSATION WITH SELF
satire by Andy Borowitz

Rep. Issa
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Cry-me-a River
cartoon by Nick Anderson

Vladimir Putin
cartoon by Nick Anderson

The same-sex marriage battle in Michigan
Michigan's same-sex marriage ban is being fought in court.

cartoon by Mike Thompson

Obama's heated words for Putin
President Barack Obama has harsh words for Russian President Vladimir Putin.

cartoon by Mike Thompson

Spheres of influence
cartoon by Matt Wuerker

New York Times columnist invades Ukraine
cartoon by Ruben Bolling

Handbook for homophobes
cartoon by Brian McFadden

Free to chew: The other side of 'religious freedom' laws
cartoon by Jen Sorensen

Crisis News!
cartoon by Matt Bors

A job for IHOTFM-Man!
cartoon by Tom Tomorrow

Tasty Ukraine Bites for Pundits!
animation by Mark Fiore

 

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