Neither Nate Beeler nor Mike Luckovich are happy with America’s economy, they just can’t agree on whose fault it is. via Double Take ‘Toons: Clueless Or Careless? : NPR.
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Violence in Syria does not seem to be ebbing. John Deering thinks the United Nations is on the wrong track, while Signe Wilkinson sees Russia at fault. via Double Take ‘Toons: Slaughter In Syria : NPR.
Bad behavior on Wall Street has been causing a stir, with JP Morgan’s $2 billion loss, as well as Facebook’s bumpy IPO. Lisa Benson sees the shenanigans as the fault of the current administration, while Randall Enos sees roots that go back decades. Double Take ‘Toons: Banks Behaving Badly …
Amnesty International has accused insurgents in southern Thailand of deliberately targeting civilians. The human rights group says the insurgents have increasingly sought out soft targets and that some of the attacks may constitute war crimes. But it is also critical of the efforts by Bangkok to end the lingering crisis. …
Things have gotten so bad in D.C. that even setting a time for President Obama to address Congress sparked a controversy. Mike Lester and Kirk Walters examine whose fault was it and who caved? via Double Take ‘Toons: (Nose Out Of) Joint Session? : NPR.