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Making Sense by Michael Reagan Uncle Sam is spending a lot of your tax dollars on programs that do the exact same thing as other federal programs, and you are paying the tab, a shocking new report shows. According to a report by the watchdog Government Accounting Office (GAO), Uncle Sam hosts 47 job-training programs, […]

Tyrades! By Danny Tyree I know the Bleacher Report website calls March Madness “four 15-minute quarters of stop ‘n’ go action or 67 games of heart-wrenching, plot-twisting, good ol’ fashioned euphoria.” I’ve seen the cartoons of office productivity grinding to a standstill as co-workers scrutinize brackets and make wagers on the games that lead to […]

Chris Dodd has landed on his feet. He’s going to be the $1.2 million a year head of the Motion Picture Association of America. Not only does he get a nice salary but he can stay in Washington. Maybe Dodd can direct more of that Hollywood money to Connecticut before Dan Malloy eliminates the film […]

A buddy of mine, talented cartoonist Karl Savage, recently reminded me of an illustration he did as a project back when we were in class together at the Joe Kubert School. If I remember correctly, it was an assignment in our humor class for former MAD Magazine cartoonist Brian Buniak, and we were supposed to […]

Anyone who listened to Charlie Sheen’s crazy rant on “The Alex Jones Show” last week was introduced to a mentally imbalanced, power-hungry control freak who is willing to go battle with any and all of his critics. Hmmm… reminds me of a certain dictator in Libya. Click the cartoon below to view our new Spiraling […]

My newest cartoon on Libyan leader Moammar Khadafi: And don’t miss our new collection of Crazy Khadafi cartoons.

The mandate overwhelmingly voiced by voters in last year’s midterm elections to jump start the economy by creating jobs and lowering the deficit by reducing spending has not changed.  A recent Rasmussen Poll found 58 percent of likely voters are even willing to accept a partial federal government shutdown until legislators find a way to […]

It says here that Mitt Romney will be the Republican Presidential nominee next year. It also says here that if it’s not the former Massachusetts governor, then it will be a fairly dark horse – someone currently trotting way below the radar. Although a Romney candidacy comes with plenty of overweight political baggage, the rest […]

The problem with the pro-life movement is their concerns for “life” end at birth. While writing a story about the famed Octomom (who living up to her comic book villain moniker managed to incense both pro-life and pro-choice groups), one of the pro-life advocates I interviewed explained they were concerned with “life that needs to […]

\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n I don’t know, maybe it’s just me, but it seems that every time we get involved in some Middle Eastern Muslim country we wind up making more enemies than friends, more terrorists than allies. I say we encourage the Europeans to take…