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Coffee Tea or Kool-Aid
Are the Tea Baggers simply rabble-rousers from the right who hate not getting their way? Is the Coffee Party just a bunch of jittery java nuts without enough money to afford to hire star politicians?  Coffee, Tea, or Kool-Aid is the one book that examines the issues and helps Americans tell...
Tired of reading scifi and fantasy stories that take themselves too seriously?  Zaftan Entrepreneurs is a unique First Contact story; it is part adventure and part corporate and political satire spiced with comic relief.  Here, you'll find nasty, snarly aliens, fantasy creatures, humans,...
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Will Durst is a classic stand-up: smart with an insightful wit, a sharp tongue, and a wry, political outlook. The kind of comic who'd be right at home with both Ron White and Greg Proops, Durst has a certain bemused swagger as he takes on W and Bubba (the White House's own Dukes of Hazzard who only...
Organizations and their awards, such as the Pulitzer Prize, National Headliner Award, and Sigma Chi Delta Award, are featured in this enticingly arranged anthology. Information about the winners of these prestigious awards, where they are based and what motivates each of their cartoons is included...
They say the Army makes a man out of you—but for 18-year-old SPC Michael Anthony, that fabled rite of passage proved a very dark journey. After soliciting his parents’ approval to enlist at only 17, Anthony began his journey with an unshakeable faith in the military born of his family’s long...
Bob the Angry Flower: Dog Killer
It's a bunch of cartoons.
'"...by the people..." by Bill Schmalfeldt
With the Vice President’s recent death and President DeWitt’s health worsening by the day, the precarious balance of power between the Democratic President and a Republican-controlled Congress has moved to the right. Albert Wantner, the politically shrewd Speaker of the House, will ascend to the...
The All-American Sport of Bipartisan Bashing
With the sacred cows of American politics practically begging for someone to puncture their pomposity, Will Durst hits them in the funniest places. In The All-American Sport of Bipartisan Bashing, this equal-opportunity offender swats both partisan political piñatas from both sides of the spectrum...
When Harold Ross founded The New Yorker in 1925, he described it as a “comic weekly.
Seriously Funny Writing By Today's Most Celebrated Authors At last, a premier showcase of fifty-four great literary humorists and masters of the journalistic jab, the social spoof, the parodic proof, the satire, the tirade, and the send-up. Here are those "last laughs" and "wit's end...