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The beginning of the end for the Tea Party faux revolution occurred this Sunday on ABC’s This Week. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell effectively tipped his hand when asked whether the Tea Party will help or hurt Republicans. “One thing we know about everybody who’s been active in this movement, we know none of them […]

Did Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert strengthen his argument about illegal immigrants and immigration reform by testifying before Congress in his comedic character?

It’s should be called the law of unintended consequences, and Congress should learn to abide by it, taking enough time to discover whether the road they choose to follow is smooth or filled with ruts.

The American dream is dead — for many native-born Americans, anyhow. You remember the American dream. It was the hope that everyone can get ahead in America, that your kids will attain more prosperity than you. It was the certitude that in America, anyone is free, with a right to life, liberty and the pursuit […]

Say what you will about the latest female politician taking her runway turn in the right-wing spotlight, Christine O’Donnell is a lock for Best Newcomer in the Heavyweight Mocking Division.

We syndicate editorial cartoonists from around the world and we get a constant flow of unsolicited submissions from international cartoonists who would like to be syndicated and would like to be included on our site. The most respected world cartoons are wordless; the cartoonists believe cartoons are a universal language, understandable by all. In fact, […]

Independent’s Eye by Joe Gandelman New York City, NY ““ The Big Apple is the scene of the Clinton Global Initiative in a year when some Americans have begun to conclude that American politics may be becoming rotten to its core. In a time when American political discussion, talk radio and Internet posts and Internet […]

  The Florida Times-Union has announced a 6 percent reduction the newspaper’s workforce, claiming the job of longtime cartoonist Ed Gamble. Gamble, who has drawn cartoons for the Times-Union for over 25 years, had been working part-time. The reductions included 26 layoffs, eight coming from the newsroom. The Times-Union is owned by Augusta, Ga.-based Morris […]

 The Florida Times-Union has announced a 6 percent reduction the newspaper’s workforce, claiming the job of longtime cartoonist Ed Gamble. Gamble, who has drawn cartoons for the Times-Union for over 25 years, had been working part-time. The reductions included 26 layoffs, eight coming from the newsroom. The Times-Union is owned by Augusta, Ga.-based Morris Publishing […]

The global emergence of comics such as Manga, Naruto and other comics from Asia, has made Comic Festivals all too more important than ever before. Without hesitation, I congratulate the organisers of the Bucheon International Comic Festival (BICOF) and the International Comic Artist Conference (ICC) for organising yet again another Comic Festival and Conference that […]