garry trudeau

"My first raw impression? Biggest. A**hole. Ever. Must draw," the cartoonist says.
When you're challenging the gods, and those who claim to speak for the gods, you are always punching up.
Famed Doonesbury cartoonist Garry Trudeau slammed his counterparts at Charlie Hebdo -- the French satirical newspaper that
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2011-11-29-20111107bothsidesnow.jpgNow that Congress crashed on Cruz Control, Ralph and Jonathan concur that that Ted and the Tea Party are fringe but disagree on how Obama is taking them on. And they debate the prospects of Cruz, Booker, Brown.
If you think a group of gray-haired lawmakers living together in a D.C. group house sounds like a less than scintillating
Amazon Studios has ordered six pilots for Amazon Instant Video, including "Browsers," a musical comedy set at a Huffington
Rachel Maddow defended the controversial "Doonesbury" comic strip making headlines this week, and referred to some newspapers
But McGinniss has been open about his collaboration with the Trudeau, whose fictional character, Roland Hedley, has been
Thanks to a crew of lovable, dynamic if not always clearheaded characters, Doonesbury is still a vital part of the national discussion.
Created in the throes of '60s and '70s counterculture, Garry Trudeau's Doonesbury comic strip blurred the lines between comics
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New York City has the most AIDS orphans of any city in the Western world -- but you'd hardly know. The city doesn't even count them, much less try to assist them.
In recent years, the punch lines have grown less crisp and the "rolling naturalism" has tumbled away from the satire that made Doonesbury the only comic strip I once made a point of reading.
Following the presser today, and The Donald's backing of Sister Prejean as beauty pageant queen, despite semi-nude shots and right wing talking, was no doubt more fun via Twitter than on TV.
Given that most newspapers still don't publish weekday comics in color, my mistake was putting today's cartoon guests in the green room rather than the black-and-white room.
I asked Sam Leff -- given his background as an anthropologist studying and writing about the hidden rituals of American sadomasochism--for his take on the CIA's cover-up of torture videos.