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Appoint, don't anoint: Let the voters grant incumbency on McCain's next successor

Gov. Doug Ducey should remember the power of incumbency should be earned, not awarded, But is the right to fill out late Sen. John McCain's term really a prize?... Read more»

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Comic: The White Star State

Reflecting public sentiment, Arizona changes state flag

Why mess around? If you're going to change the law, change the state bird (perhaps to the dodo?), change the state colors (to white, of course), and change the flag.... Read more»

Opinion: Media bias and Israel-Palestine

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's refusal to stop building Jewish homes in Arab east Jerusalem and the West Bank has become a major obstacle to peace talks with the Palestinians and severely strains relations with President Barack Obama's administration. That's a simple statement of fact.... Read more»

Comic: Seventeen Words For Snow

Country fried grammar

Let's get things straight: I'm what you'd call a descriptive grammarian. When I'm wearing my cartoonist's hat, however, I feel no qualms whatsoever about elbowing just about anyone in the ribs.... Read more»1

Comic: Pope Benedict XVI

WWJD? HWJWND

It can't be fun knowing you'll go down in history as the Pedophilia Pope. At times, Benedict must ask himself, what would Jesus do? ... Read more»2

Comic: Xenophobia

Obscure professional athletes for $200

How will the police be able to tell 'real' Americans from suspected illegal immigrants? They'll ask 'em stuff only 'real' Americans would know.... Read more»

Comic: Seventeen Words For Snow

No Redemption

In the fifteen years since it was released to little fanfare, became a beloved mainstay on cable TV, and entered the American consciousness, I've had a complex, changing relationship with "The Shawshank Redemption."... Read more»3

Comic: Pulling up the ladder

Keeping Arizona Safe

Draconian immigration laws are an odd thing in a country where everyone (with sincere apologies to our native American friends) is descended from immigrants.... Read more»

Comic: Somnology

Pope Benedict gets some legal advice

To paraphrase Mel Brooks, "It's good to be the Pope."... Read more»2

Comic: Technology

The tech guy explains Apple's iPad

Have you been wondering what Apple's iPad is really good for? The Tech Guy explains ...... Read more»

Comic: Seventeen Words For Snow

Anarchist art critic

I do so love a set of rules designed to enforce chaos and disorder.... Read more»4

Comic: Insanity

Guns don't kill people. Bullets do

Republicans from Mogadishu to Kabul celebrated today when Gov. Jan Brewer signed into law a bill permitting Arizonans to carry a concealed weapon without a permit.... Read more»9

Opinion: Democracy, cancer and depleted uranium

When my sister, 101st Airborne Army Capt. Chaplain Fran E. Stuart, returned from Iraq, she was forever changed. Not only had the desert sand, gun blasts and heat penetrated her psyche during her one-year deployment, but a carcinogen had made its way into her body as well.... Read more»1

Comic: Seventeen Words For Snow

Philand-thropy

As far as the work-to-payoff ratio goes, gag cartoons must be somewhere towards the bottom of the artistic pile. The punch line in a cartoon is typically simple and immediate, and afterward, the cartoon offers its reader little else. There aren’t a lot of layers; unlike a poem or a painting, the cartoon has used up its usefulness as soon as it’s been ‘gotten.’... Read more»5

Comic: Gratitude

Thank A Cop Day

Friday is Thank A Cop Day, which we think is a great idea. Thanks, guys and gals!... Read more»

Comic: Taxation

Tea Party Patriots, Marrakesh Chapter

Ah, to live in a world without taxes ... and police, and fire services, and garbage collection, and street lights, and municipal water and sewage ... and so on.... Read more»

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