World Archives » Page 47 of 48

World

The Staying Power of Editorial Cartooning

January 13, 2015

“All cartoonists are linked together in the world – it’s our language, one we can communicate in.” –Liza Donelly I…

Read more

British PM calls Fox News Terror Expert a “Complete Idiot”

January 12, 2015

Fox News’ supposed Terror Expert Steven Emerson went on a rant this weekend, pushing that network’s xenophobic narrative that the…

Read more

J.K. Rowling Shatters Rupert Murdoch’s Anti-Muslim Bigotry With One Exquisite Tweet

January 12, 2015

J.K. Rowling took on media mogul Rupert Murdoch over his anti-Muslim bigotry. And she did it with one tweet. On Friday,…

Read more

Serial Rapist And Murderer To Be Euthanized By Belgium This Week

January 3, 2015

Serial rapist and murderer Frank Van Den Bleeken will be put to death by lethal injection this week, at his…

Read more

Obama Spoke Softly on Sony Hack, Now North Korea’s Internet is “Toast”

December 22, 2014

Speculation is ramping up that the President Obama wielded a big stick against North Korea’s network servers after speaking softly…

Read more

Update: North Korea Hacks Sony Into Submission

December 18, 2014

Not that there were many doubts, but it’s clear now that the North Korean government is responsible for the Sony…

Read more

Russia’s Oil-Based Economy Flounders While America’s Floats

December 16, 2014

Russia is reeling from overnight ruble collapse.

Read more

Major Pro-ISIS Twitter Collaborator Arrested in India

December 13, 2014

One thing that those wily scumbags of ISIS have been quite good at — besides creeping the shit out of…

Read more

Six Guantanamo Bay Prisoners Released To Uruguay

December 13, 2014

Sunday December 7th, 2014 six Guantanamo Bay prisoners were allowed to resettle in Uruguay thanks to President Jose Alberto Mujica…

Read more

Maasai Olympics Take a Cultural Approach To Africa’s Dwindling Lion Population

December 11, 2014

Today, not a single lion was killed and no one was hurt . . . yet you warriors walked away…

Read more