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Cartoons About Paying Those #$%&! Taxes

Cartoons About Paying Those #$%&! Taxes
Tax Day is less than two weeks away and, for many, this means finally getting around to finishing their taxes and writing out that check to Uncle Sam. Everyone hates paying taxes, but cartoonists despise them.
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Conservatives Think Obama Forcing Muslim Propaganda, Marxism on TX Students

Conservatives Think Obama Forcing Muslim Propaganda, Marxism on TX Students
A segment of crazy, right-wing parents and legislatures think Obama is forcing Texas public schools to teach Muslim propaganda, Marxism, and Nazi mind control. And the worst part - the conspiracy is being taken seriously.
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Looking Back: Political Cartoonists on the Invasion of Iraq

Looking Back: Political Cartoonists on the Invasion of Iraq
Ten years ago this week, the United States took it upon itself to invade a country based on the idea it was hiding weapons of mass destruction. Too bad we didn't heed the advice of the nation's top political cartoonists at the time, who were solidly against the war.
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Israel Should Release Palestinian Cartoonist Mohammad Saba'aneh

Israel Should Release Palestinian Cartoonist Mohammad Saba'aneh
The world is a frightening place for Israel -- but American cartoonists have something else on their minds, a Palestinian cartoonist who is jailed in Israel for no apparent reason.
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Cartoonists Say Goodbye to Hugo Chavez

Cartoonists Say Goodbye to Hugo Chavez
Cartoonists are in mourning over the passing of the caricature-friendly Hugo Chavez. Here are a handful of obituary cartoons about the influential Venezuelan president.
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The First Amendment Can Be Sooooo Annoying

The First Amendment Can Be Sooooo Annoying
"Sticks and stones may break my bones" and apparently, Internet Photoshops can really get under the thin skin of Georgia State Rep. Earnest Smith, D-Augusta. Recently he became upset, to say the least, over a manipulated photo in which a blogger digitally pasted his head onto somebody else's very naked body.
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Unemployed Political Cartoonist Looks to Crowdsourcing to Fund Work

Unemployed Political Cartoonist Looks to Crowdsourcing to Fund Work
In 2009, Bill Day was an award-winning, nationally syndicated political cartoonist flying high at the Commercial Appeal in Memphis, Tennessee. But on a March afternoon, Day became a casualty of budget cuts and was escorted out of the paper — just one of many staff cartoonists let go in recent years by newspapers struggling to control costs.
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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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