Jack Kus, after reading a piece in the Wall Street Journal, thinks there's something funny about the 'sovereignty' that a selfless United States of America is preparing to bestow upon the people of Iraq....


Some trenchant truths about Iraq and the present state of the world from Kurt Vonnegut, written more than a year ago. You can see why the networks haven't been giving him much air time! In his Sirens of Titan, Earth's history is discovered to have been manipulated by aliens, and in this January 2003 interview, he remarks: "I myself feel that our country, for whose Constitution I fought in a just war, might as well have been invaded by Martians and body snatchers. Sometimes I wish it had been." -- Kurt Vonnegut, born in 1922, was born in Indianapolis, dreamt a two-year-long "boozy dream" at Cornell, fought in the Battle of the Bulge and was captured as a POW, worked briefly for General Electric after the war, and then became a full-time writer. His work is marked by satire, black humor, a sense of the absurd, and a sympathy for those who pay for the sins of others -- in other words, his work is as appealing and timely now as when it was written, if not more so....


Justice Is Duck Blind is a short humorous political cartoon based on the famous hunting trip to Louisiana that Justice Antonin Scalia and Vice President Dick Cheney took together in January 2004....