The Week's Best
Week of June 29 to July 6
David Horsey, a cartoonist for the Seattle PI plots the beginnings of
the Empire of "Dubbia the Incoherent" in Part I of his forthcoming
satirical history known as "From Hanging Chad to Baghdad."
Hiding in a Tunnel of Love?
Andy Borrowitz discovers the ousted dictator has scored a love affair
in Idaho and a power connection through Hollywood.
Edits Out Global Warming
Molly Ivins says Bush has found a magic tool to rid America of
its problems: disappearing ink.
Drops Pants, Social Sensitivity
A Grand Old Party at the US News & World Report Mansion and a little
alcohol make the former Secretary of State a party animal.
Doors Ripping Open
Canadian Cartoonist "Tab" (Thomas Boldt) of the Calgary Sun
believes the doors of gay closets are forever open thanks to court decisions
in Canada and the US.