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5 Cartoons About the Nonsensical Debt Ceiling Fight

5 Cartoons About the Nonsensical Debt Ceiling Fight
It's looking more and more like the eleventh-hour compromise that avoided the fiscal cliff won't be repeated when it comes to the debt ceiling.
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Five Cartoons About Our Spectacular Do-Nothing Congress

Five Cartoons About Our Spectacular Do-Nothing Congress
Cartoonists are just as angry about our inadequate Congress as every else. Here are five cartoons that sum up the dysfunctional group of incompetent lawmakers we've all grown to loathe...
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Facebook Founder's Sister Unknowlingly Shares Private Photo

Seeing absolutely no irony in the situation, Randi Zuckerberg, the sister of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, lectured the internet about "human decency" when a private family photo accidentally went public - thanks to Facebook's nearly impossible to figure out privacy settings.
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Our Fav New Year's Cartoons

Tumbling over the so-called fiscal cliff seems like a fitting way to end a year filled with GOP infighting, tea party nonsense and laughable NRA declarations. Before you slap on your parachute, check out these five funny cartoons heralding a better 2013 for all of us...
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The Fiscal Five: A Quintet of Cliff Cartoons

Things aren't looking too optimistic. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Thursday that we're headed over the "fiscal cliff," blaming House Speaker John Boehner for not allowing a middle class tax cut bill to come to a vote. As leaders in Washington continue to squabble, here are five funny "fiscal cliff" cartoons to cheer you up.
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The 12 Days of a Capitalist Christmas

On the fourth day a food pantry gave me FOUR dollars worth of food. That's about what food stamp recipients get each day through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). To pay for rent and utilities, a family of three gets $400 per month from Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), which comes to about FOUR dollars a day per person.
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Five Cartoons About the End of the World

Despite doomsday predictions and the end of the 13th 144,000-day cycle of the Mayan calendar, the world appears as though it will continue on as normal, just as scientists predicted. So before you make your way out of your survival bunker, check out these five funny cartoons about the Mayan apocalypse.
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A Review of Flying Your Fav Confederate Flag

The Confederate flag remains a source of controversy in American politics. Is it still appropriate to fly it? John Fugelsang explains it all.
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Absurdity Today: Tackling Email Privacy and Newspaper Monopoly

This week's top stories include: the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is working to change longstanding anti-consolidation legislation, the Federal Reserve Bank may now read your emails, and Barack Obama wins an Oscar...almost.
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Rush Limbaugh Whines About the Wealthy and Class Warfare

In this clip, Rush Limbaugh and a caller bemoan the "class warfare" that has "prevailed" in this country and whine how raising taxes on the rich is a form of punishment.
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