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Comic: Border

C.S.I.: Ciudad Juarez

The boys and girls who work in C.S.I.: Ciudad Juarez are kept busy, but for the most part, their cases aren’t too tough to solve.... Read more»


Gulf oil spill: Problem solved!

Just when Democrats were starting to worry about the upcoming midterm elections, Rep. Joe L. Barton reminded everyone the Republican Party doesn’t have much to offer.... Read more»1


Obama's plan to figure out 'whose ass to kick' hits minor snag

The President and Congress want to kick ass. Only trouble is, BP’s Mr. Hayward wasn’t all that interested in playing that game.... Read more»2

Comic: Afghanistan

Who Wants to be a Trillionaire?

Afghanistan appears to be home to a trillion dollars worth of untapped mineral riches. Great news! But probably not for the Afghans.... Read more»


Few teams at World Cup play 'the beautiful game'

The first round of the World Cup is not a time to impress. It’s a time to accumulate enough points to advance to the next round.... Read more»


Another politician shoots off his mouth

On Memorial Day, Yuma Mayor Al Krieger professed disbelief that the United States’ past military successes could have been possible with gay troops serving in combat.... Read more»


Japanese politics: Dance, Dance, Dance

When Naoto Kan was elected Japan’s fifth prime minister in four years, he was by far the most excited person in the country.... Read more»

Comic: Israel


Israel kills four suspected Palestinian terrorists in scuba gear off the Gaza coast ... and our sources were there!... Read more»

Comic: Politicomix

Recipe from a disaster: Oiseaux a l'huile

Thousands of feet below the surface of the sea, tens of millions of gallons of oil spew into the Gulf of Mexico. We can’t see it, so it doesn’t seem that real. Yet.... Read more»

Comic: Environment

BP spill: The view from the front lines

As BP struggles to cap its well, and CEO Tony Hayward stumbles from unfortunate utterance to unfortunate utterance, fish and birds keep dying.... Read more»


Happy anniversary, North Korea!

Has Kim Jong-il become the (North Korean) tail that wags the (Chinese) dog? China seems afraid to take any action against crazy old Kim.... Read more»

Comic: Border & immigration

A Mexican with an automatic weapon

Even if your name is Sanchez and you have to carry your passport at all times, being stop-lossed in southern Arizona is a damn sight better than the alternative.... Read more»

Comic: Politics

Adobe Phoneshop

Is it real or is it Photoshop? Nearly all of the time, somewhat regrettably, it’s Photoshop.... Read more»

Comic: Puppetry

Governor Brewer Kermit meets her match

When Governor Brewer launched her ‘fake Kermit’ campaign in defense of SB1070, she forgot one thing: the machine gun is mightier than the puppet.... Read more»

Comic: Puppetry

Fake Kermit sez: secure the border

Governor Brewer pulls out all the stops in her defense of SB 1070, unleashing a facsimile of Kermit the Frog on her SecureTheBorder website.... Read more»2

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