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  • Why split Calif. into only six states? Go libertarian all the way!

    Why split Calif. into <em>only</em> six states? Go libertarian all the way!
    Until now I was unclear on why California should be divvied up into six states. But I wasn’t alone. Tim Draper, the Silicon Valley venture-capitalist billionaire guy who is trying to collect enough signatures to put a California balkanization proposition on the ballot, seemed unclear about his idea too.
  • Charlotte Observer cartoonist Kevin Siers wins Pulitzer Prize

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. Editorial cartoonist Kevin Siers, who for the last quarter-century has skewered political egos across the Carolinas with the tip of a paintbrush, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize on Monday. Siers, 59, is the third Charlotte Observer...

    Archie's going to die? How other comics could end

    Archie's going to die? How other comics could end
    We learned this week that beloved Archie Comics character Archie Andrews will die in an upcoming comic book, ending a decadeslong career in which he bravely exposed the struggles lovable all-American guys face when they have to choose between a super-rich...

    Paul Greenberg: Very well, alone!

    It's enough to make a tear appear even on the usually stony face of Clio, muse of history, who you'd think would be used to having her works -- and their lessons -- ignored by now. This time it's the lesson that David Low, the British cartoonist,...

    After Leland Yee's alleged corruption, other pols must feel like slackers

    After Leland Yee's alleged corruption, other pols must feel like slackers
    Anything can be a point of pride. Your local baseball team. The weather. Political corruption. The genesis of Thursday's cartoon is a barroom argument I found myself having at least 20 years ago with a Chicagoan. "The Illinois state Legislature," he...