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Raging Moderate by Will Durst Believe it or not, an entire decade has passed since the turn of the Millennium. One hundred-twenty months. One-tenth of a century. More than 3600 days. How did that happen? It’s harder to comprehend than a faded Kazakhstani street sign tagged by Mongolian graffiti. As we are painfully aware, much […]

There have been hundreds of cartoons drawn about Brett Favre over the course of his 20-year career. But no cartoonist has had a better vantage point over the years than Joe Heller, the staff cartoonist for the Green Bay Press-Gazette. Joe was there when Brett first took the field, won his first MVP, brought home […]

Making Sense by Michael Reagan We are rapidly becoming a nation whose distaff leadership is allowing radical feminists to redefine the role of motherhood. Our moms are being all but ostracized by a raging cadre of radical feminists should they dare to consider cooking for their families to be a major part of their traditional […]

Making Sense by Michael Reagan We are rapidly becoming a nation whose distaff leadership is allowing radical feminists to redefine the role of motherhood. Our moms are being all but ostracized by a raging cadre of radical feminists should they dare to consider cooking for their families to be a major part of their traditional […]

Listen to me being interviewed by Carol Hills on THE WORLD, a U.S. radio programme broadcast to Americans. View my cartoon slideshow as I give an insight into each one of them. It was an interview across the Atlantic with me at The WORLD’s BBC London studio and Carol in Boston. http://www.theworld.org/2010/12/16/nigerian-cartoonist-tayo-fatunla/

Honestly, what’s with all the crying on Capitol Hill? Judging by the flow of tears you’d think Republicans had recently suffered some kind of horrible defeat. Thanks to YouTube, just about everyone has seen how John Boehner, incoming House Speaker, cried uncontrollably on “60 Minutes” when grilled by Lesley Stahl. As I recall, Boehner burst […]

Independent’s Eye by Joe Gandelman If Bill Clinton sticks his head up and there’s a shadow, there’s two years of compromise. OOPS! Sorry! Not “compromise” ““ two years of “common ground.” On “60 Minutes” incoming House Majority John Boehner made it clear he doesn’t seek something as reprehensible or sleazy as “compromise” but does seek […]

An apropos saying, “Gratitude begins where my sense of entitlement ends” was recently tweeted across the cyber world of Twitter, but apparently the message did not connect with entitlement-loving Democratic Party Progressives currently unhinged over the recent proposal to extend Bush tax cuts. In a rare moment of self-mutilation, the Democrats have begun to eat […]

Pastor Fred Phelps and his Westboro Baptist Church congregation ““ also known as the “God Hates Fags” picketers ““ have no place in a polite society. But we don’t live in a polite society. We live in this one. And in this one we are guaranteed the freedom of speech. If you’re for free speech, […]

One thing we can count on every year is the media’s constant drum-banging about the so-called “War on Christmas.” Apparently, nothing going on in the world is quite as important as whether people, companies and towns wish each other “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Holidays. Like most issues, cartoonists take sides on this reindeer-filled battlefield. Mike […]