Get your daily political humor fix in the daylight
with comedian Argus' political humor fresh everyday
Terry Coppage fires from the left at a gallery of
Right Wing wacko's, often using a discouraged word.
Rated R, but a must read for anyone
Fridge Daily Skew
Politics can often get heated. What better place to
cool those political heels and get some crisp and frequently
juicy bite-size current event snacks?
NPR Commentator and humorist Any Borowitz finds his
laughs in the pomp and circumstance of every day life.
The Capitol Steps
Armed with a song in their hearts and a sense of humor,
these former Congressional staffers step out and dance
through the political landscape.
This R-rated site has more than Dubya behind the eight
ball. Drop in, drop pretense, and prepare to be probed.
What is political humor without Doonesbury? You'll find
everything from Flash to rich archives of Gary Trudeau's
The eyes of Baja Arizona are pointed out all over, and
this periodical newsletter puts a Southwestern flavor
on national politics.
News, weather and sports headlines with a twist
are here. Even the banners are designed to make you
The home of Campaign 2004's most hillarious "equally
offensive" flash movies. Be sure to see "This
Land is Your Land," and "I Wish I Were in
Madeleine Begun Kane is the author of Dubya's
Diary and a host of other high level laughs at the
expense of Republicans.
See Span Run
Humorist Sue D. Nim's "anti-social commentary" features
a 4-legged White House leak by her little dog "Span."
Updated each week.
Absolutely the funniest news/political site on the Web!
Refreshed every week with memorable "news."
Week in the News
If you think a picture is worth a thousand words, you
can picture all the fun in the week gone by here.
San Francisco's best political humorist writes a regular
column for theliberal-leaning "Working for Change"
An amazing display of political art that will burn in
your memory for a far longer term than the current administration.
American Political Cartoonery
Chris Hiers, self-described starving artist, brings
instant animated cartoons to this colorful site that
is frequently updated.
of American Editorial Cartoonists
Chances are your favorite syndicated editorial cartoonist
is here, as are some rising interns in the field.
Scott Bateman of the Eugene (OR) Register-Guard draws
his vision over national issues.
An army of talented cartoonists draw some warmth into
a cold country.
Thadeus& Weez was the cartoon highlight of the 2000
Presidential campaign. As the 2004 campaign season opens,
be ready for a new round of belly laughs.
One of the few vestiges of the so-called "liberal media,"
remaining in fine form, Paul Conrad has been my personal
favorite for years.
Kevin Keane draws pictures to keep visitors to this
informative site abreast of the issues of the day.
Witness greatness in this collection of five decades
of the late Herblock's cartoons in the Washington
See Pulitzer Prize winner and Seattle's best cartoonist,
David Horsey, as we see him in the Seattle Post Intelligencer.
Goose Does Politics
America is going to the dogs, and Mike Peters, the wit
behind the very funny Mother Goose & Grimmy
comic strip is ready to bark up a very funny political
This is where you find the best of American political
cartoonists in a single location.
of Cartoon Characters
Elmer Fudd, Bugs Bunny, Fred Flinstone, and a number
of other looney tunes reveal their political leanings
here. A must see for all cartoon fans.
Salon's hilarious political comic strip continues to
bring in the highest common demoninator of political
humor connoisseurs. Tom also has his own site, including