Friday Nite Lite: Halloween Horror

BOO!

Well, the horror nightmare that is Dish network is still ongoing.  Ugh…this hell, will it ever stop?

On with the show…

LIVING DREAD – Political Cartoon by Deb Milbrath, Cartoon Movement – 10/31/2014

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by Matt Wuerker, Politico.com – 10/29/2014

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by John R. Rose, Byrd Newspapers of Virginia – 10/31/2014

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BE AFRAID by Political Cartoonist Daryl Cagle

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Ebola Halloween by Political Cartoonist Luojie

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Media House Infected by Political Cartoonist Zapiro

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Nick Anderson: Sermon Subpoenas – Nick Anderson – Truthdig

 

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by Bob Englehart, Hartford Courant – 10/31/2014

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Christie’s Quarantine – Political Cartoon by Rob Rogers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – 10/30/2014

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Christie's Quarantine

 

Quarantine – Political Cartoon by Rob Rogers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – 10/31/2014

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Quarantine

AAEC – Political Cartoon by Gustavo Rodriguez, El Nuevo Herald – 10/31/2014

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by Gustavo Rodriguez, El Nuevo Herald – 10/29/2014

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Catcalling Harassment by Political Cartoonist Pat Bagley

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Friday Nite Lite: Oh….Canada

Good Evening

Tonight’s cartoons touch on the terrorist attack in Canada. One in particular: The Canadian Political Cartoon That Has Everyone Talking | Mediaite

Canada’s The Chronicle Heraldran a cartoon this morning that many on social media are lauding as a powerful and uplifting message after yesterday’s deadly shooting in Ottawa that left a Canadian soldier dead and two others wounded.

The cartoon, produced by artist Bruce MacKinnon, portrays the fallen soldier, Cpl. Nathan Cirillo being helped by one of the men on the war memorial where he was killed, and simultaneously becoming a part of the memorial itself.

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It is a good one indeed…

AAEC – Political Cartoon by MStreeter, Savannah Morning News – 10/24/2014

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by Randy Bish, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review – 10/24/2014

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Cartoonist Gary Varvel: Terrorism in Canada – Political Cartoon by Gary Varvel, Indianapolis Star – 10/24/2014

Cartoon by Gary Varvel - Cartoonist Gary Varvel: Terrorism in Canada

OTTAWA SHOOTING – Political Cartoon by Deb Milbrath, Cartoon Movement – 10/23/2014

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - OTTAWA SHOOTING

 

 

 

Mike Luckovich: Tinted Pope – Mike Luckovich – Truthdig

 

Signe Wilkinson: Airbags – Signe Wilkinson – Truthdig

Mysteries by Political Cartoonist Gatis Sluka

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Clay Bennett editorial cartoon – Political Cartoon by Clay Bennett, Chattanooga Times Free Press – 10/24/2014

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Protective Gear – Political Cartoon by Rob Rogers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – 10/23/2014

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Protective Gear

 

Hands Up – Political Cartoon by Rob Rogers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – 10/21/2014

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Hands Up

Ebola Czar – Political Cartoon by Rob Rogers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – 10/19/2014

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Ebola Czar

 

AAEC – Political Cartoon by Joe Heller, Green Bay Press-Gazette – 10/23/2014

 

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by David Horsey, Los Angeles Times – 10/23/2014

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by David Horsey, Los Angeles Times – 10/14/2014

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Sexy GOP by Pat Bagley

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Nick Anderson: Dallas Deaths – Nick Anderson – Truthdig

Renee Zellweger and ISIS by Political Cartoonist Daryl Cagle

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Obama Political Liability by Political Cartoonist John Darkow

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Friday Nite Lite: Ha, good one!

Yeah there are a few real good ones tonight…

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by Jimmy Margulies

…like the one above.  Too funny.

On with the rest of them…

Clay Bennett: Public Health – Clay Bennett – Truthdig

Please Politicize Ebola by Tina Dupuy

“Politicize” is a jab meaning the other side is trying to capitalize on a news topic. “The Republicans have tried to politicize the border crisis,” says Nancy Pelosi. Reince Priebus says Democrats are trying to politicize Benghazi. Jay Carney says Republicans are trying to politicize Benghazi. Steny Hoyer says Republicans are trying to politicize the VA scandal. Rush Limbaugh says Democrats politicize EVERYTHING.

You get the picture. People who work in politics use politicization as a pejorative. Like a chef sneering at all the cooking going on in the (gasp) kitchen!

Also saying your opponent is politicizing something is what to say when you hope to politicize something. It’s a “you spot it, you got it” attack.

Put down your hollow barbs, people. We live in a nation where small town police departments immediately use tanks and sound cannons for demonstrations and hospitals hesitate before using hazmat suits for Ebola. We have a problem.

So yes, let’s politicize Ebola. With abandon. With the same kind of passion we normally reserve for football or Pumpkin Spice Oreos.

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Mike Luckovich: Campaign Commercials Meet Ebola – Mike Luckovich – Truthdig

EBOLA PANIC – Political Cartoon by Deb Milbrath, Cartoon Movement – 10/17/2014

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - EBOLA PANIC

EWINGNUT by Political Cartoonist Bill Day

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UpsDowns by Political Cartoonist Joe Heller

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Relocatin’ to Oklahoma? – Political Cartoon by Bruce Plante, Tulsa World – 10/17/2014

Cartoon by Bruce Plante - Relocatin' to Oklahoma?

AAEC – Political Cartoon by Jimmy Margulies

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Gay-Loving Socialist – Political Cartoon by Rob Rogers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – 10/17/2014

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Gay-Loving Socialist

Texas ID Law – Political Cartoon by Rob Rogers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – 10/16/2014

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Texas ID Law

AAEC – Political Cartoon by John Cole, Scranton Times/Tribune – 10/17/2014

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by MStreeter, Savannah Morning News – 10/17/2014

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by John R. Rose, Byrd Newspapers of Virginia – 10/15/2014

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DANGEROUS STUFF by Political Cartoonist Randy Bish

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a breath of fresh air by Political Cartoonist Joep Bertrams

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I don’t think much of the hot air coming out of Vatican City…but that cartoon made me laugh…

Mike Luckovich: That’s It! – Mike Luckovich – Truthdig

Distancing Dems by Political Cartoonist Steve Sack

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by Tim Eagan, The Press Democrat – 10/17/2014

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by Joel Pett, Lexington Herald-Leader – 10/17/2014

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Sunday Visions: And what creeps from beneath the sickly hallows…

Mourning…

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Taking a cue from Boston Boomer…

Shall I tell you what lurks under the sickly hallows of my bedclothes?

Something ghastly, directly out of a Roger Corman Film….I am thinking of one of those lovely family portraits in The House of Usher, 1960:

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You remember that scene…don’t you?

Actually, I think those paintings may be too healthy looking. This image from The Pit and the Pendulum is more like it:

pitpend5big Yup, that is how I feel and exactly how I look.

Especially around the eyes…and since this is a bad ass sinus infection, the open mouth, gasping for air is for real!

The sickness has a hold on me. So this is just an open thread….with lots of cool pictures.

If my Z-Pak kicks in later today, I will post a real thread, but for now…adios!

Various horror images from Pinterest, some are movie posters, actors or stills, there are vintage photos, actual graves…or real life horrors. Then others are just comic vulgarities and sprinkled about….are a few…masterpieces:


Friday Fright Nite Late Open Thread

Good Evening

Every day it seems like Halloween has come early…it is even reflected on the cartoon editorials:

Mike Luckovich: Halloween Media Scare – Mike Luckovich – Truthdig

Luckovich has some good ones this week! More from him later.

NFL Pink by Political Cartoonist Joe Heller

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Turkeys by Political Cartoonist Steve Nease

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Then you have the funnies that are poking at things that are not funny.

AAEC – Political Cartoon by Paul Fell, Artizans Syndicate – 10/07/2014

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by Lisa Benson, Victor Valley Daily Press – 10/10/2014

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by John Cole, Scranton Times/Tribune – 10/09/2014

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Viruses Going Viral by Political Cartoonist John Darkow

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by Matt Wuerker, Politico.com – 10/06/2014

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Behead This by Political Cartoonist Steve Nease

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Harpers CF 18s by Political Cartoonist Graeme MacKay

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iphone 6 plus by Political Cartoonist Cameron Cardow

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Lets have some fun…shall we?

AAEC – Political Cartoon by Paul Berge, Q Syndicate – 10/09/2014

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Supremes on Same Sex Marriage by Political Cartoonist Mike Keefe

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Scotus Virus by Political Cartoonist Randall Enos

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Clay Bennett editorial cartoon – Political Cartoon by Clay Bennett, Chattanooga Times Free Press – 10/10/2014

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Ebola Pandumbic by Political Cartoonist Pat Bagley

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EBOLA PREPARATION by Political Cartoonist Randy Bish

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Why is the GOP curring early voting? – Political Cartoon by Jen Sorensen, Self-syndicated – 10/07/20Cartoon by Jen Sorensen - Why is the GOP curring early voting?

AAEC – Political Cartoon by David Horsey, Los Angeles Times – 10/08/2014

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by Signe Wilkinson, Philadelphia Daily News – 10/10/2014

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I just hope they keep TCM as it is…

Getting Closer – Political Cartoon by Tim Campbell, Current Publishing – 10/10/2014

Now, why does this next cartoon feature a thing that looks like a character from Fat Albert? Someone enlighten me.

Cartoon by Tim Campbell - Getting Closer

He has a bling chain and stuff…is it a racial thing? But he also looks like a towel head…and he is next to the road, a flat road, like he is coming across the southern border? Am I reading too much into it?

AAEC – Political Cartoon by Jimmy Margulies

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Atlantic hurricane season quiet by Political Cartoonist Dave Granlund

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Biden is Embarrassing by Political Cartoonist Jeff Koterba

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Clay Bennett: Divorce Lawyers – Clay Bennett – Truthdig

Beijing rains on Hong Kong’s parade by Political Cartoonist Taylor Jones

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10/12 Luckovich cartoon: Lost at sea | Mike Luckovich

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10/10 Luckovich cartoon: Uncool for school | Mike Luckovich

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Sunday Reads: The frost is on the pumpkin, goose has gone to fly

50a4347d8c1d1a09aee2becf34f56382Good Morning

Moving in silent desperation
Keeping an eye on the Holy Land
A hypothetical destination
Say, who is this walking man?

Well, the leaves have come to turning
And the goose has gone to fly
And bridges are for burning
So don’t you let that yearning
Pass you by
Walking man, walking man walks
Well, any other man stops and talks
But the walking man walks

87f47ed79a99dd4688a02992f2c63a71Well the frost is on the pumpkin
And the hay is in the barn
An Pappy’s come to rambling on
Stumbling around drunk
Down on the farm

And the walking man walks
Doesn’t know nothing at all
Any other man stops and talks
But the walking man walks on by
Walk on by

Most everybody’s got seed to sow
It ain’t always easy for a weed to grow, oh no
So he don’t hoe the row for no one
Oh for sure he’s always missing
And something is never quite right
Ah, but who would want to listen to you
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Walking man walk on by my door
Well, any other man stops and talks
But not the walking man
He’s the walking man
Born to walk
Walk on walking man
Well now, would he have wings to fly
Would he be free
Golden wings against the sky
Walking man, walk on by
So long, walking man, so long

-James Taylor,

Walking Man

I guess as you read these quick links today, keep those lyrics running through your head. This may help:

16aada9fb6aa4d58b08fc29dcbf501afThe reads below are in dump fashion, I hope you take the time to read them in full. Some of the titles may be a bit off-putting, but take a look you may be surprised.

The Marietta Daily Journal – Romney Georgia may decide if Senate will see fresh air

Romney is making noise lately. I wish he would just go away.

Romney said the state may determine whether the GOP controls the U.S. Senate, and urged Georgians to vote Nov. 4 for Republican David Perdue over Democrat Michelle Nunn to fill the seat being vacated by retiring U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss.

04777e1a972907aac71737f4ce4410cd“Georgia may well decide whether we have (Senate Majority Leader) Harry Reid running the country or whether instead we have a breath of fresh air with an agenda focused on creating jobs and shrinking the federal deficit,” Romney said. “As you know, the Senate is very much in question, and this is probably going to be the place that it all focuses, because David Perdue becoming a senator means we get new leadership in Washington in the Senate.”

But if he thinks Georgia is a key state for GOP victory, then this should be something interesting:

David Perdue: ‘Most of my career’ spent outsourcing | Political Insider blog

9101df4d1f08d950c40fe9bc650a8936Below is a taste of the Politico.com story on Republican David Perdue that has both camps talking. Consider it a sure talking point for Tuesday’s U.S. Senate debate in Perry:

During a July 2005 deposition… Perdue spoke at length about his role in Pillowtex’s collapse, which led to the loss of more than 7,600 jobs. Perdue was asked about his “experience with outsourcing,” and his response was blunt.

“Yeah, I spent most of my career doing that,” Perdue said, according to the 186-page transcript of his sworn testimony.

The Georgia Republican then listed his career experience, much of which involved outsourcing.

“[At] Kurt Salmon Associates, some of my experience there was helping footwear companies develop the ability to import shoes from Asia, specifically Taiwan, Korea, China, Indonesia, Malaysia,” Perdue noted, referring to his 12 years working for that management consulting company that specialized in outsourcing manufacturing for apparel companies. Perdue eventually became a partner with the firm.

b3fcdde1f1b712b9790aa768478ee9c6I hope this Perdue shit gets traction, but with crappy “free press” like this next link…I doubt it: The new and improved Jindal | TheHill

Is it a joke?

Bobby Jindal is working to show voters he’s more than a wooden wonk by loosening up on the campaign trail.

Now, with a new and improved, more relaxed demeanor, some conservatives are taking a second look at the Louisiana governor for 2016 after largely writing him off as a major contender for the White House.

a081f882481799049dcd980a1362c776Jindal surprised many last week when he gave a strong speech at the Values Voters Summit in Washington. The half-hour address drew both laughs and strong applause from the social conservatives gathered, and Jindal showed a dynamic style as he paced across the stage.

His talk weaved parts of Jindal’s biography, including a humorous story about how he ended up delivering his third child in his and his wife’s bedroom, but as also peppered with plenty of conservative red meat and criticism of President Obama.

To GOP voters primarily familiar with Jindal thanks to his disastrous rebuttal to President Obama’s first primetime address back in 2009, the governor’s different tenor was a shock.

2c16f07574f3421a5989a2b10caacc8f“It was ‘Wow, I didn’t realize he was so strong,’” said Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council.

“Most people weren’t even considering him, and after they heard him, they see he has a future,” Perkins, himself a Louisiana native, added.

We all know Dakinikat is always singing Bobby’s praises. (shit yeah…cough) Just thought you would get a kick out of that sound-byte. Wow!

79cb1b9488439c7b98a5ec3ddc9fd9e7Three links from Hullabaloo, though not all are written by Digby:

1. Hullabaloo- Why Did We Give JPMorgan Chase Months To Prepare for the Breach Announcement? by Spocko

Did you know that banks are not required to report data breaches unless it results in a financial loss to customers?

Nope. But then maybe I remember Dak or BB mentioning it….

38fe30cfef504981cff39345c6be79c62. Hullabaloo-“You just get worn out, your spirit gets worn down” :
by digby

I wonder how often this sort of thing happens?

It deals with an arrest in Georgia, take a look.

3. Hullabaloo- One step at a time, one state at a time :
by digby

For all you people out there who think there’s no way we can ever go backwards, just take a look at this:

The shit is hitting the fan in Tennessee y’all…be sure to read that one, for sure!

000d8802c15bf329e4b691fc78d46983Next a very good op/ed : Women’s rights: Will the struggle be forgotten?

“Tell me, Lindsey,” I said to my 15-year-old granddaughter, “do you and your friends ever talk about the war on women?”

“No,” she replied. “What is it?”

Meanwhile:

New Alabama Law Puts Teens Who Need Abortions on Trial. That’s Dangerous and Cruel. | American Civil Liberties Union

Victims Being Billed for Rape and More in MuckReads Weekly – ProPublica

756487ed031e56744d7e34d58cd53e14Situation In Texas Is ‘Urgent’ After 13 Abortion Clinics Close Overnight

In other news around….the world….there is a theme here too.

Lucas Oil founder Facebook rant: ‘I’m sick and tired of minorities running our country!’

Brazilian striker Wellington left in tears after receiving racist abuse during football match in Romania – Europe – World – The Independent

d79854e2d9156e8614e6f2605f42c8b6Calling Justin Bieber ‘black’ is the biggest insult to us all | theGrio

Cornel West: “The state of Black America in the age of Obama has been one of desperation, confusion and capitulation” – Salon.com

On the Ebola Front:

From the CDC, on how Ebola can be transmitted – The Washington Post

Every Newly Emerging Disease Like Ebola Begins With a Mystery

Mapping Cholera: A Tale of 2 Cities – Scientific American

a9de6a5ecdf22f5e61104d6cff5be36dCholera outbreaks on two islands, divided by centuries, offer lessons on how to ameliorate conditions that could give rise to future epidemics

Oh yeah, the typhoon: UPDATE 1-Typhoon Phanfone churns toward Tokyo with heavy wind, rain | Reuters

And other news updates:

Hong Kong Protesters Make Apparent Concessions | TIME

North Korean Official: ‘No Problem at all’ With Kim’s Health

908dd7abc6dd72666d2ca5aa6dbedcd1Pope Launches Historic Review of Catholic Teaching on Family

Is a Market Crash Coming? The Dental Indicator Says Yes – Businessweek

A look back:

Lessons from French Morocco: “Fanaticism Anxiety” about Muslims has been with us since the Colonial Era | Informed Comment

Chaucer’s Funny Rape: Addressing a Taboo in Medieval Studies | Meny Snoweballes

A look forward:

Interview: Vela Magazine Founder Sarah Menkedick on Women Writers and Sustainable Publishing | Longreads Blog

LENGTHY | Gin and Tacos

Something rotten in…well you read and see:

Things that probably shouldn’t have been put in writing – Lawyers, Guns & Money

And let’s end it with a cartoon:

Mike Luckovich: Dracula on a Diet – Mike Luckovich – Truthdig

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And a group of images I used and some I couldn’t because of lack of space:


Friday Fright Nite Lite: Halloween’s come early!

Good Evening!

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Garrincha’s Editorial Cartoons – Recent Comics and Cartoons | The Cartoonist Group

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That above cartoon should set the tone for the rest of the post…so here we go, in no particular order!

AAEC – Political Cartoon by Gustavo Rodriguez, El Nuevo Herald – 10/01/2014

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by Matt Wuerker, Politico.com – 10/03/2014

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by Pat Bagley, Salt Lake Tribune – 10/03/2014

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by Pat Bagley, Salt Lake Tribune – 10/02/2014

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(Personally, I think common core sucks…at least the way it is being put to use in Georgia.)

America’s struggle – Political Cartoon by Bruce Plante, Tulsa World – 10/02/2014

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Umbrella Protest – Political Cartoon by Rob Rogers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – 10/02/2014

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Umbrella Protest

 

Secret Service – Political Cartoon by Rob Rogers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – 10/03/2014

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by Kevin Siers, Charlotte Observer – 10/03/2014

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by Jimmy Margulies

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This past weekend, Tina, one of my friends from school, lost her battle with breast cancer. She was 43.  Another friend, Judith, someone that I have known since we were toddlers, finished up her chemo treatments for breast cancer this week too…I can’t help but think that as Judith sat through her last therapy session, Tina’s recent death must have been weighing heaving on her mind.

Breast cancer – Political Cartoon by Steve Greenberg, Freelance, Los Angeles – 10/03/2014

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I never put this next dude’s cartoons up on the Friday threads, but this one seemed to fit just fine:

ZZZecret ZZZervice – Political Cartoon by Tim Campbell, Current Publishing – 10/03/2014

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by David Horsey, Los Angeles Times – 10/02/2014

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Mike Luckovich: Clinton Dynasty – Mike Luckovich – Truthdig

 

Ebola virus scary by Dave Granlund

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Oil Tank Car Safety by Political Cartoonist Monte Wolverton

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Humanity by Political Cartoonist David Fitzsimmons

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AAEC – Political Cartoon by Ed Gamble, King Features Syndicate – 10/02/2014

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BLOODBATH by Political Cartoonist Brian Adcock

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Mike Luckovich: Obama’s Roommate – Mike Luckovich – Truthdig

local FlNOT Narrow minded by Political Cartoonist Bill Day

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HONG KONG – Political Cartoon by Deb Milbrath, Cartoon Movement – 10/01/2014

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - HONG KONG

 

Secret Service by Political Cartoonist David Fitzsimmons

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Thug Culture by Political Cartoonist Pat Bagley

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Company Layoffs Reposted by Political Cartoonist Rick McKee

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Holder Quits by Political Cartoonist Kevin Siers

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Owner of the houses by Political Cartoonist Kap

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GRANDMA CLINTON – Political Cartoon by Deb Milbrath, Cartoon Movement – 09/30/2014

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