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Daily Mail

But they were accused of hitting a new low last night after lampooning the demise of Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin just weeks after his death. The latest episode shows an animated Irwin in Hell with a stingray poking out of his bleeding chest.

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Hey, Ernie! Just finished this Lord of the Rings parody, and since I want to remain anonymous as the perpetrator, I figured I could just send it to you and it would wind up everywhere.... ;-)

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Amazing Liberty

Welcome to AmazingLiberty.com, home of the Amazing Liberteens. Sometimes, tyranny needs a punch in the mouth, and the heroes of Amazing Liberty are just the young people for the job.

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Ananova

Mrr Smykov wanted to have The Simpsons taken off the air in Russia, or at least shown at a later time, claiming it promoted drugs, violence and homosexuality claiming the show had morally damaged his nine-year-old son.

Special thanks to Curt Howland

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In the aftermath of September 11, freedom of speech has been under attack. Political cartoonists are not immune. In some cities cartoonists have been fired or lost freelance jobs because of cartoons critical of U.S

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Cartoonist

Scott must be too modest to post his web site, so I will do it for him. Scott, IMHO is one of the great illustrators, cartoonists and political cartoonist of our time. Check out his extraordinary work. (Powell)

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Political Cartoonist (AZ Republic)

One of the greats, loved and hated as befitting a great political cartoonist.

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By Susan W. Wells and Scott Bieser

This on-line (also in print) graphic novella uses a parody of the Charles Dickens classic to tell the story of how drug prohibition got started in America, and why it stubbornly refuses to go away.

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