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Featuring the Romneys : What do the Middle Class do

The Romneys’ are ultra rich, and out of touch. This little number, based on Camelot’s “What do the Simple Folk do” sums up quite nicely just how well they can…

The lady in the blue coat

This past Monday, a woman wearing a white hat stood up before the city council of Lincoln, Nebraska, introduced herself and began speaking. To most in the room, this woman…

For Their Own Good: The White House Boys (Video)

Mad Mike’s America is committed to doing our part to ensure that those responsible for the bloody torture at the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys, Marianna, Florida are brought…

The War on Lumpy Rug Day

According to the GOP, President Obama, his administration and millions of evil liberals are waging a war. We are trying to destroy everything good and decent about America. How are…

Will Conservatives Ban Black Licorice

I really don’t like licorice. I despise black licorice, for a perfectly rational reason. When I was in kindergarten, my teacher brought in a bag of black licorice and insisted…

Mad Mike’s Monday Morning Coffee

A cartoon to enjoy with your morning coffee...…

Climate Change: The Long Emergency

Climate change in inevitable, and invincible.  We can do nothing to stop it or even slow down its progress.  In some cases entire species of animals, fish, and birds will…

Time Magazine: Of Boobs and Babes

Whoa. That’s quite an, um, arresting cover photo on this week’s Time magazine: a full-body shot of a young woman named Jamie Lynne Grumet, looking straight at the camera, with…

The Republicans and the N factor

I can’t think of one President who’s taken as much shit as he has, with the possible exception of Abraham Lincoln. You know how when you were a kid, when…

Hey Kids! It’s Henry Rollins: An Interview

In the 1970’s, American punk rock was everywhere. The Ramones, Husker Du, The Dead Milkmen, The Plasmatics and Black Flag created havoc in the music industry. Born out of the…

The story of K: A beautiful work in progress

I first noticed that there was something really *wrong* when I cut myself for the first time. I cut a little too deep, and got scared – so I went…

The Night Kitchen

Maurice Sendak passed away this Tuesday at the age of 83. Sendak had suffered a stroke, and his long-time editor, Michael di Capua said that complications from the stroke led…

A History of Church and State

As you may have noticed, the G.O.P. has focused on a) making sure President Obama is in for only one term and 2) God returns to the U.S.  The problem…

North Carolina: Clergy slams media, defends equal rights

In a press conference held in Greensboro, North Carolina, Clergy from around the state gathered together to pray for the wisdom of its citizens regarding the May 8th vote on…