How Will China Respond? 05/27/2014 After tiptoeing around the obvious for years, the Obama administration finally did something about corporate espionage when it indicted five Chinese military officers last week. ... Read More K12 Inc – Great for Investors, Horrible for Students 05/19/2014 Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott opposes universal pre-K, arguing that we should not spend tax dollars on unproven education methods. But earlier this month in ... Read More Two States Going Opposite Directions on Hispanics 05/12/2014 It's the kind of headline we used to see in Texas: The Florida Senate just passed the DREAM Act. Texas used to teach Republicans how ... Read More A Call to National Service 05/05/2014 "Where did you serve?" If Gen. Stanley McChrystal has his way, some day that question won't refer just to military service but to a new ... Read More Rick Perry’s Ethical Cloud 04/30/2014 When an ethics watchdog group filed a criminal complaint alleging that Texas Gov. Rick Perry committed bribery by threatening to veto anti-corruption funding unless the ... Read More The Fallacy of Common Sense 04/28/2014 It used to be common sense that the earth was flat. Then it was common sense that the earth was the center of the universe. ... Read More The Dawn of a New Age of Political Lies 04/23/2014 Politicians should have as many words for lying as Inuits have for snow. To tell the truth in politics requires only the inverse of the ... Read More Is Texas Losing ‘Fertilizer Happens’ Attitude? 04/21/2014 The arc of history is long, but it does not always bend towards justice. In Texas, it usually veers off and gets lost. A year ... Read More Blood Moon Ushers in the Stupid 04/16/2014 The Blood Moon on Monday night might have brought on the apocalypse, because a rash of stupidity in politics seems to have infected this great ... Read More If Education is a Civil Right Who are the Good Guys? 04/14/2014 At the Civil Rights Summit celebrating the Civil Rights Act's 50th birthday, everyone agreed that equal opportunity to education was a civil right. If that's ... Read More Archives Jason Stanford Jason Stanford is Democratic political consultant living in Texas. He’s the co-author of “Adios, Mofo: Why Rick Perry Will Make America Miss George W. Bush” and blogs at jasonstanford.org. Twitter: @jasstanford. He can be reached at [email protected] Daily Newsletter Sign up for FREE! Get Cartoons Daily! Sign up for our free daily newsletter by entering your email and clicking on subscribe. Subscribe 8 of 25«‹567891011›» Close this module GET OUR FREE DAILY CARTOON EMAIL NEWSLETTER!All the best our sites have to offer – free in your email box! No hassle! No obligation! So cool! Just sign up!First NameJohnLast NameSmithYour email[email protected]SubmitNever see this message again.