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What the Devil won't tell you

As seen on TV: Attack on McSally 'age tax' falsely gets the story right

What McSally voted for in repealing parts of Obamacare was to let private insurance companies charge seniors more for health insurance. It’s not a tax. but it does illustrate how the conservative plan is for you to pay more for care, if possibly less for insurance. ... Read more»

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Psychology of being green: How can we alter our moral balancing act?

Never trust a man in Birkenstocks: That’s one lesson you could take from a recent study that found that people are more likely to cheat and steal after purchasing green goods as opposed to conventional goods.... Read more»

Comic: Litigation

... and of course, he had signed a waiver

When Ronald expressed reservations about filing suit against his employer, the lawyer called him a dummy.... Read more»

Nuclear program

Will sanctions work on Iran this time around?

Having failed to talk Iran out of its nuclear program the Obama administration has ramped up efforts to get the Security Council to endorse a new round of sanctions. ... Read more»

Comic: Seventeen Words For Snow

And damned if you don't

This comic combines two things I've long been fascinated by: conjoined twins and the concept of heaven and hell as physical spaces inhabited by the bodies of the deceased.... Read more»

Comic: Seventeen Words For Snow

Lost in the Mojave Desert

It seems to me that if I had a choice between continuing to wander a forbidding desert or heading due west to La La Land., it might take me awhile to make up my mind.... Read more»3

Comic: Not the moon

To drivability and beyond!

U.S. regulators have asked NASA to help investigate the possible origins of the sudden unintended acceleration problem in Toyota cars. The agency put their best man on it.... Read more»

Comic: Entertainment

Poll: Republicans more likely to have insurance, strip club VIP cards

No word on whether or not Sarah Palin was in the cage, and Michael Steele says he wasn't there. Pretty much a non-story, then.... Read more»


The end of Western capitalism?

The European Union's ignominious decision to turn to the IMF to bail out a member state, Greece, is a canary in the coal mine. With Western geopolitical credibility already severely weakened by the Iraq fiasco, this latest blow can only accelerate the rising influence of China on the world's many aspiring powers.... Read more»

Comic: Religion

The Obama Seder

President Obama, Jewish? Who knew?!?... Read more»2

Comic: Kleptocracy

Karzai & Karzai

President Obama flies to Kabul to tell President Karzai that enough is enough. President Karzai replies, "But how much is enough? Really?"... Read more»

What are we feeding our children?

The Tucson Food Dude, Kevin Hall, adds a local perspective to growing national concerns about what we feed our kids.... Read more»

Comic: Seventeen Words For Snow

Blossoming into adolescence

When it comes to visual art, I'm one of those people who, unless it's really obvious, doesn't tend to "get" when things aren't what they're actually "supposed to be."... Read more»

Media & journalism

You're a genius, Chris Matthews

The MSNBC host has talked so loudly and incessantly that he can't even hear himself think anymore.... Read more»

Comic: Life in the doghouse

F-bomb fallout for Biden

A day after Joe Biden's over-enthusiastic appraisal of the passage of health care reform legislation, the President is still ... not happy.... Read more»9

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