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Tuesday Toon Roundup 1- Thin-skinned blood orange

Danziger Toon: The Running of the Bull......

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Monday Toon Roundup 1- Orange and Red

Pretty much every day for the next 4 years

The terrorist is us: Americans commit more than one mass shooting every day

On Earth Day 1970, comic strip character Pogo famously paraphrased Admiral Perry. “We have met the enemy and he is us,” read the little possum’s word balloon as he stood sickened, shamed and bewildered, holding a trash bag amid the incomprehensible human garbage in the once-happy forest.

On Friday, we all watched sickened, shamed and bewildered — again — holding nothing but useless prayers amid the incomprehensible human carnage that was the once-happy vacation airport in Fort Lauderdale.

We have met the terrorist and he is us.

Yes, we are our own terrorists, killing each other in record numbers that keep climbing.


Sunday's Doonesbury: Trump Target

Weekend Toon Roundup 2: The Rest



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Hate Crime



Weekend toon roundup 1: Russia's B...h

Not forgetting Nagasaki: Obamas gift of origami cranes

Nagasaki Mayor Tomihisa Taue received a surprise gift from outgoing U.S. Ambassador Caroline Kennedy--two origami paper cranes folded by U.S. President Barack Obama.

Taue visited the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo on Jan. 6, and was clearly touched by Obama's gesture.

Kennedy's stint as America's representative in Japan will end with the expected arrival of businessman William Hagerty, president-elect Donald Trump's pick as her replacement.

Obama presented four paper cranes to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum during his historic visit to Hiroshima in May, making him the first sitting U.S. president to visit the city leveled by atomic bombing on Aug. 6, 1945.

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