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By Bill Watterson

Close to Home

By John McPherson

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By Glenn McCoy and Gary McCoy

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By Glenn McCoy and Gary McCoy

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By Bill Amend

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By Bill Amend

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By Thaves

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By Alex Graham

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By Bill Whitehead

Garfield

By Jim Davis

Gray Matters

By Stuart Carlson and Jerry Resler

Herman

By Jim Unger

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By Larry Wright

Marmaduke

By Brad Anderson

Off the Mark

By Mark Parisi

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By Brian Crane

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By Gary Brookins and Susie MacNelly

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By Dave Coverly

Wizard of Id

By Parker and Hart

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By Parker and Hart

Working It Out

By Charlos Gary

WuMo

By Wulff & Morgenthaler

Ziggy

By Tom Wilson & Tom II

Lalo Alcaraz

Nick Anderson

Robert Ariail

Clay Bennett

Lisa Benson

Steve Benson

Chip Bok

Matt Bors

Steve Breen

Chris Britt

Stuart Carlson

Ken Catalino

Jeff Danziger

Matt Davies

John Deering

Bob Gorrell

Walt Handelsman

Joe Heller

Jerry Holbert

Kevin Kallaugher

Steve Kelley

Mike Lester

Win, Lose, Drew

By Drew Litton

Chan Lowe

Mike Luckovich

Gary Markstein

Glenn McCoy

Jim Morin

Jack Ohman

Pat Oliphant

Henry Payne

Joel Pett

Ted Rall

Michael Ramirez

Marshall Ramsey

Rob Rogers

Drew Sheneman

Jeff Stahler

Scott Stantis

Dana Summers

Paul Szep

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By Keith Knight

Tom Toles

Gary Varvel

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By CartoonArts International

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By CartoonArts International

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By CartoonArts International

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By CartoonArts International

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By CartoonArts International

Views of the World

By CartoonArts International

Faces of the News by Kerry Waghorn

By Kerry Waghorn

Dan Wasserman

Signe Wilkinson

Wit of the World

By CartoonArts International

Matt Wuerker

Tim Eagan

Jen Sorensen

Darrin Bell

Phil Hands

Clay Jones

Brian McFadden



Recent Comments

  1. about 7 hours ago on Steve Breen

    No you won’t gain buying power. The cost of everything will just likely move up. Minimum wage goes up, then every job pay scale above minimum wage goes up, as does cost of goods and services.

    You want to gain buying power, then get a better job that moves you up that pay scale ladder. There is NOTHING stopping you from moving up – except yourself.

  2. about 7 hours ago on Steve Breen

    Not really. In Seattle the increase went from $9.96 per hour to $11.14 – that is a 13%+ increase. Now, two years after that went into effect it is supposed be a 50% pay raise in 5 years. That is unsustainable in just about any industry.

    It is 4 years is NOT a long period of time in my book, nor is a 50% wage increase in that same 4 years a “small minimum wage increase.”

    Especially when it costs those people their jobs, but makes a good sound bite and gives you warm and fuzzies.

    And remember, half of those making minimum wage are under the age of 25, presumably high school and college kids trying to make a little scratch.

    https://www.bls.gov/opub/reports/minimum-wage/2015/home.htm

  3. about 8 hours ago on Tom Toles

    Oh Mike. Don’t introduce facts. People hate when you do that.

  4. about 8 hours ago on Tom Toles

    And why is that? Please tell me when the government has helped pull someone out of poverty? All that money we have spent in the war on poverty over the past 50 years and nothing has changed.

  5. about 8 hours ago on Tom Toles

    As should any church that has a preacher push a political candidate for office.

  6. about 8 hours ago on Tom Toles

    There is no separation of church and state. There is simply no establishment of a single religion. It is simply that a single religion cannot be established as the only one – as happened back in that time with the Church of England.

    If a mosque or synagogue asked for the same money, they would be allowed to receive it as well.

  7. about 8 hours ago on Signe Wilkinson

    And how much did the premiums rise over the past 6 years? How much less coverage is there in those plans?

  8. about 8 hours ago on Signe Wilkinson

    So what about Connecticut? Hardly a bastion of conservative thought. No tax cuts, they increased taxes and passed one of those big “millionaire taxes” and brought in far less than they thought because people moved out of state. Same happened in Maryland, New Jersey, and other states.

    It is a basic premise of living within your financial means. These politicians just don’t do that. Regardless of political party.

  9. about 8 hours ago on Signe Wilkinson

    A rising tide does work. However our politicians refuse to live within the confines of a budget. It’s basic math. They choose to spend way more than they take in, don’t fund their legal requirement for pensions, and pass ridiculous spending bills. If you cannot pay for it, then don’t do it. It is not just Illinois, and it is not just conservatives.

    Massachusetts, as an example, is broke too. Democrat run for the better part of the last 30 years.

  10. about 8 hours ago on Steve Breen

    Have you read the studies about what it has done in Seattle and NYC? Those studies you allude to have NOT been disproven. When the prices of things go up because you pay a Whopper flopper $15 that cost is past on to the consumer who will eventually not pay for it.

    The number of restaurant and low-skill jobs are affected highly, and businesses close as has happened in Seattle and NYC, as well as other communities.

    And when the “minimum wage” is increased, other salaries increase up and down the line. Why should a burger flipper make more than a Paramedic does? This other salaries all up the line are going to go up because that factors into the cost of living, and pretty soon that monetary increase is nothing.

    And then there is the whole salary increase which then makes you more money and you lose out on state supported entitlements like Section 8, Medicaid, Etc.