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The Week in Editorial Cartoons, Part I – New GOP Campaign Slogan: Monosexuality=Bad

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Christine O’Donnell is fast becoming the face of the Republican Party.  Her campaign slogan is — to put it in Marxist language — power to the people.  Or, something like that. To quote an oft-used phrase on the internet(s) and one used frequently on this blog, “Teh stoopid! It burns.”  

Time permitting, I will try to post Part II of this diary later on this week.  

The Week in Editorial Cartoons – Of Kings and Wingnut Clowns, with Special Comment

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John Sherffius

John Sherffius, get link Comics.com (Boulder Daily Camera)

When I see a 9/11 victim family on television, or whatever, I’m just like, “Oh shut up” I’m so sick of them because they’re always complaining. — Glenn Beck

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Man is man because he is free to operate within the framework of his destiny.  He is free to deliberate, to make decisions, and to choose between alternatives.  He is distinguished from animals by his freedom to do evil or to do good and to walk the high road of beauty or tread the low road of ugly degeneracy. — Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Muslims could use a good dose of racial bigotry, xenophobia, and religious intolerance

Legally, Ross Douche Bonnet believes in the decidedly liberal ideals enshrined in the Constitution.

Culturally, however, he sees American racial bigotry, xenophobia, and religious intolerance as good things that will help speed the assimilation of Muslims in America.

He says we’d be right to split that baby down the fucking middle.

In the meantime, no “mosques” for Muslims until we’re reassured Islam can even fit into America.

Way to go, Neanderthal York Times.

The Week in Editorial Cartoons (Part I) – Dropping the Ball

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John Sherffius

John Sherffius, Comics.com (Boulder Daily Camera)

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Due to the unusually high number of editorial cartoons published over the past week or so (I literally have another 300+ cartoons saved), I’m going to try and http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=how-can-i-get-accutane post another edition of this diary by Friday, August 6th.  It something I’ve never done before.

Remember that ‘Cross in the Desert’

The one recently in the headlines, follow as it was stolen after a get link Supreme Court ruling about the placement on public land.

Well:

follow site Anonymous letter explaining cross theft sent to Desert Dispatch

contacted the Desert Dispatch newsroom at around 4 p.m. Tuesday.

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We are passing along this information in the hopes of illuminating what might have happened:

The Week in Editorial Cartoons – GOP Exiled to St. Helena

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This weekly diary takes a look at the past week’s important news stories from the perspective of our leading editorial cartoonists (including a few foreign ones) with analysis and commentary added in by me.

When evaluating a cartoon, ask yourself these questions:

1. Does a cartoon add to my existing knowledge base and help crystallize my thinking about the issue depicted?

2. Does the cartoonist have any obvious biases that distort reality?

3. Is the cartoonist reflecting prevailing public opinion or trying to shape it?

The answers will help determine the effectiveness of the cartoonist’s message.

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R.J. Matson, New York Observer, Buy this cartoon

Can It Happen Here?

Yes, that question is directed entirely at the RW “Christian Nation” cultists.  But here’s what’s happening elsewhere:

BANDA ACEH, Indonesia – Under Islamic law, or Shariah, the religious police have administered public canings for such things as gambling, prostitution and illicit affairs. But under a new Islamic criminal code that goes into effect this month, the Shariah police will be wielding a new and more potent threat: death by stoning for adulterers.

Most of Indonesia still lives up to its reputation for a moderate, easygoing brand of Islam, and Islamist parties suffered heavy losses in this year’s national elections. But how Aceh went from basic Islamic law to endorsing stoning in a few short years shows how a small, radical minority has successfully pushed its agenda, locally and nationally, by cowing political and religious moderates.

h/t NYT:  http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10…