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By Travis F. Smith, May 1, 2006 at 6:49 pm Link to this comment
There’s no RSS feed for Luckovich specifically, but the site’s main RSS feed does have all the cartoons as thumbnails, and you could filter that feed for Luckovich entries on your end. Thanks for your suggestion.
By Hilding Lindquist, May 1, 2006 at 1:59 pm Link to this comment
So we were supposed to have cheap gas until we totally ruined the planet? (That’s for those who are complaining about the price of gas ... talk to the Scandinavians. Hell, Norway has all the oil fields it needs and then some ... and their gas in what? twice or more higher than ours even now.)
And I am no oil company appeaser ... but they are quite capable of shooting each other without any help a la their boy Cheney. I mean, $400 million retirement package at a time like this?
The madness in the shadows is being orchestrated by the financial community, not just the oil companies. As Kevin Phillips pointed out in AMERICAN THEOCRACY, we have become a (should I add “doomed”?) Financial-Insurance-Real Estate dominated economy these days ... and the money is being bet on the price of oil staying up ... which means it will stay up with the rewards syphoned off into the pockets of the oligarchy ... and we the people will get none of the benefits (like public transportation or alternative dispersed energy sources) ... the big money players will continue to invest (with government guarantees) in energy sources they can control.
And you know what? Pogo was right. We have met the enemy and it is us ... ‘cuz we would rather give the money to Exxon shareholders through profits than to ourselves through taxes.
Do you know I don’t NEED a car to travel anywhere and everywhere in most of Western Europe? conveniently? So some would say I should move there. Well, I live in a place in the United States where I don’t need a car either. And though I have driver’s license. I have not personally owned an automobile since 1968 when I turned 30.
By Ga, May 1, 2006 at 9:41 am Link to this comment
A $100.00 rebate? Do they actually think that that is going to apease enough of the public? Surely, the GOP is simply planning for November, but are they really that stupid (or do they think the general public is that stupid)?
I doubt a rebate will actually happen, but if I happen to get a rebate, I will rip it up and send the pieces in a letter to Bill Frisk telling him what an idiot he is.
By Pip Wilson, April 29, 2006 at 4:19 am Link to this comment
Greetings from Australia, Mike Luckovich. Your cartoons are great. Any chance you could do an RSS feed of thumbnails, maybe 50% in size, with link back to your main cartoon so people like me can put them on our sites? I know you are widely syndicated, but my request is only for thumbs with linkback. If I may put a sweetener on it, people outside the US will become more aware of your work.
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