Everyone suffering from economic hardship deserves a hand. But it seems some get less sympathy than others.
There were other economic factors I could have mentioned in this cartoon, such as tax policy that promotes extreme inequality, or companies offshoring, or the entire perverse system of Wall Street incentives that benefits the investor class at the expense of workers. And there’s also the much-ignored fact that …
This illustrated personal essay has been drawn for Splinter by a DACA recipient who wishes to remain anonymous.
This cartoon was initially inspired by the insane Fox headline last week, “CNN USES DANGEROUS STORM THREATENING AMERICA TO ADVANCE LEFTIST AGENDA.” Apparently CNN had the audacity to mention climate change.
Trump campaign spokesgoon Boris Epshteyn has hopped straight from the White House to the role of “Chief Political Analyst” for Sinclair Broadcast Group. And he’s apparently penning op-ed columns too. Here’s one on the website for the local ABC affiliate in Washington, DC supporting Trump’s agenda of militarizing the…
Barry Deutsch is a political cartoonist and the author of Hereville, a fantasy adventure comic about an 11-year-old Jewish girl. He lives in Portland, Oregon. You can support his work on Patreon.
¿Qué haces si la policía te para y no quieres pagar una multa? Pues muchos automáticamente piensan en una mordida. Sabemos que en México la corrupción no solo viene de los políticos y empresarios. La corrupción es cultural y nosotros somos participes, desde las ratas en el gobierno que lavan dinero en empresas…
Keith Knight is the cartoonist behind the K Chronicles, The Knight Life, and (t)hink. More of his work can be seen at kchronicles.com.
Sometimes it seems like progressives spend a lot of time splitting hairs and engaging in name-calling instead of constructively addressing the big picture. Which is not to say we can’t disagree. But I don’t particularly feel like I fit into the boxes we’ve carved out for ourselves.
The Constitution has a very narrow definition of treason — but conservatives only seem to notice when they are denying something themselves that comes pretty close.
The first step of confronting a problem is to name it. “Market fundamentalism,” a term I picked up from George Lakoff, should be a catchphrase on the tips of everyone’s lips. It has become THE defining force — paired with racism — of Americans’ economic lives. Pundits and Democratic politicians should be throwing…
We’re about seven months away from the release of Black Panther, but just in time for San Diego Comic Con next week, Entertainment Weekly has released their latest cover dedicated to the film and the Afrofuturistic kingdom of Wakanda.
Over the weekend, Spider-Man: Homecoming, the latest installment of the eternal web-slinger franchise, proved that a second reboot of the same exact character within a 5-year period can still be wildly successful.