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“Now that I’ve had a chance to think about it, I probably could have used a different metaphor.” “This is going to be good. Please explain.” “I’ve been coaching our high school’s basketball team for a long time. We don’t have the most talented kids, but we have the most heart. I’ve developed quite a […]

The Green Bay Packers held off the Chicago Bears 21-14 and will now advance to the Super Bowl. Joe Heller, the cartoonist for the Green Bay Press-Gazette, has already filed his cartoon for tomorrow’s paper, and here it is: ? RELATED: Green Bay Cartoonist Reflects on Brett Favre

As the Pittsburgh Steelers face off against the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XLV, it seems we can’t escape from prognosticators and pundits weighing in on even the most insignificant event involving the game. For some original coverage of the Steelers, fans should look no further than the sports cartoons drawn by Pittsburgh Tribune-Review […]

After eight years, msnbc commentator Keith Olbermann announced at the end of last night’s edition of Countdown that his contract had ended and the show would be his last. Cartoonists have weighed in for years on Olbermann, who was msnbc’s most popular host. Here are some great cartoons over the years about the polarizing cable […]

President Obama will deliver his State of the Union message Tuesday night. What might he say to inspire and move the nation forward? Tonight I want to offer my vision for America and a new American dream. (a) The new American dream should include a strong family, enduring values, excellence in education, dependable and affordable […]

Tyrades! By Danny Tyree According to the Agence France-Presse (AFP) news service, Japanese researchers are launching a 5-year project to bring the long-extinct woolly mammoth back to life through cloning technology. (Mammoths began dying out around 10,000 years ago, near the end of the Ice Age.) Believe it or not, Lindsay Lohan was one of […]

Raging Moderate by Will Durst NEEDED TO PLAY: “ยข Four taxpayers of any sex: One rich, white banker- type wearing dark suit with loosened tie. Two ordinary folks wearing jeans; one in a blue or flannel work shirt, the other in a white shirt, sleeves rolled up. One poor, bedraggled person wearing clothes that look […]

On Monday the nation honored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who was shot to death in 1968 with a single bullet from a Remington Gamemaster rifle. Also Monday, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and others shot with a 9-millimeter pistol Jan. 8 in Tucson continued to receive treatment, while six deceased were mourned. Here is other news […]

Fans of will be familiar with the work of Steve Benson, the Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist at the Arizona Republic. Like fellow Arizona cartoonist David Fitzsimmons, Steve was suddenly thrust into the national spotlight following the terrible shooting that occurred in Tuscon. Apparently, Steve’s work didn’t stand up to the scrutiny of editor Nick […]

Making Sense by Michael Reagan Who was the first black president? Two decades before the election of Barack Obama, novelist Toni Morrison dubbed Bill Clinton “our first black President.” She even said that Clinton was “blacker than any actual black person who could ever be elected in our children’s lifetime.” Well, I could make an […]