April 26, 2012 |
A science teacher at an intermediate school in Oxnard was fired after students claimed to have seen her in a porn movie. No one asked why children were watching porn movies. ALSO: Clear the tracks, Beverly Hills Photo gallery: Ted Rall cartoons Doctor finds the G spot -- in Poland For more from Ted Rall, visit tedrall.com or follow him on Twitter: @TedRall .
April 18, 2012 |
Gov. Jerry Brown wants California lawmakers to "man up" and make billions in cuts to state services. ALSO: Photo gallery: Ted Rall cartoons No more 'Dad, it's Charles Manson' calls Step aside and let New York and California decide the presidency For more from Ted Rall, visit tedrall.com or follow him on Twitter: @TedRall .
April 13, 2012
Editorial cartoonist Jeff Danziger re-envisions IRS Form 1040, just in time for the April 17 filing deadline. Click on the image below to see it at full size. ALSO: Photo gallery: Ted Rall cartoons Daum: The radical message of 'Girls' Reading between the lines of Obama's tax return
April 11, 2012 |
U.S. Border Patrol agents are asking Mexican and Central American TV stations to help discourage illegal immigration. Will bad PR about the United States do the trick? Actually, simply reporting the news should do the trick. ALSO: Immigration: Leave it to the feds Photo gallery: Ted Rall cartoons Feds reach out to Latin American media to warn of border dangers For more from Ted Rall, visit tedrall.com or follow him on Twitter: @TedRall .
December 27, 2011
Postal Service heroes Re "Recalling first-class kindness," Opinion, Dec. 21 Ben Kamin's article about the U.S. Postal Service brought back pleasant memories. In the 1950s my future husband was in Air Force basic training in San Antonio. I would wait for our postman "Mac" every day; most days I was rewarded with a letter. One day as he walked by our house he called out "Nope, not today. " He was two houses down before he came back with my letter. He thought it was the funniest practical joke.
January 16, 2005 |
There's a reason caricature is called the ungentlemanly art: It's downright rude. If there's a lower road than lampooning someone's physical features in pursuit of a political posture, please tell me so I can travel it. After a while, a president can be reduced to just one or two features: Richard Nixon's unibrow and ski-jump nose, Ronald Reagan's wavy pompadour, Jimmy Carter's teeth. Editorial cartoonists long ago settled on our various Dubya depictions.