Award-winning Berkeley-based editorial cartoonist Khalil Bendib’s cartoons are regularly featured in dozens of small and mid-size newspapers across the country, and they can be viewed at www.bendib.com. His work has run in USA Today, The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, and numerous other large newspapers. His latest book of political cartoons is Too Big to Fail.
Homeland security: an opportunity to profit off your tired, your poor, and your huddled masses.
You have got to be fastidiously responsible and fiscally conservative to afford the occasional gift to the super wealthy.
If worse comes to worst, and climate change gets out of hand, there’s always plan B: nuclear winter.
He also pleads guilty for Hurricane Katrina, Haiti’s earthquake, and Mt. Pinatubo’s eruption.
Thanks to a recent Supreme Court ruling, candidates for office in the United States accept unlimited donations from unspecified sources.
Billionaires in glass houses are castigating the employment of undocumented immigrants.