HAIL DUBYUS!

An Illustrated Guide to Mendacity and Folly in the Imperium Americanum

You Know, Barbed Wire Doesn’t Just Keep People OUT…

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(WashPost) Bringing in Guard Raises Concerns Of Militarization

(WashPost) After Protests, Backlash Grows

(WashPost) On Immigration, Bush Seeks ‘Middle Ground’

Why am I suddenly using all articles from the Washington Post, you may ask? Well, it’s because the Post has a “Who’s Blogging” feature…besides, of course, being my home town paper. Anything for more hits, now that Google has decided that 89% of my cartoons aren’t fit to be seen by … whom? More on this later …

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Hey, Jose, How’d You Like The Ball Game?

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(Yahoo) Immigration Full Coverage Page

(WashPost) President Wants Anthem Sung in English

(WashPost/Reuters) Rice not upset by US national anthem in Spanish

Ahh, yes, our proud Spanish-speaking El Presidente thinks the national anthem should be sung in English only, but someone forgot to mention that to Dr. Rice. I guess Bush doesn’t need the Hispanic vote anymore, so screw ‘em. Of course, I myself would like people to hear the ENTIRE national anthem sometime–there ARE three more stanzas to it, and the first one, the one everyone sings, is a question that remains unanswered if you end it at the normal spot with PLAY BALL. The third stanza, about the fight against tyranny, is probably the most important.

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