It's never a good sign when you have to shell your own country to maintain order.
"Having been raised Catholic and having done plenty of cartoons about the scandals in the Catholic Church, I'm happy that we're talking again about things like helping the poor, imagine that."
Google and Facebook have suddenly become bastions of civil liberty, and while I applaud their efforts to restrict government surveillance, it kinda smells funny, coming from two gigantic companies who track our every move.
Mark Fiore takes us on another trip to Right-WingLandia...
Mark Fiore's latest animation.
Sure, it seems extreme, but extreme times call for extreme cartoons. When you have the Republican Speaker of the House threatening a national default, food stamps being slashed while farm subsidies are increased and an attempt to defund a program that has been in existence for four years, things have gone to crazy-land.
If you want the full experience of the cartoon, stop reading now and watch the cartoon...
Mark Fiore's latest video animation takes on U.S. foreign diplomacy.
Fireagra, for foreign policy impotence...
Glenn Greenwald killed the internet.
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