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Taking Up the Bill Clinton "Hillary Cartoon" Challenge

Below is one of the latest cartoons from two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Michael Ramirez.

View more of Michael Ramirez’s cartoons on CFIF’s website here.…[more]

July 28, 2016 • 10:25 am
 America’s 30-year-old Tax Code, Now Serving: No One

America’s 30-year-old Tax Code, Now Serving: No One

Look out for our cartoon, “America’s 30-year-old Tax Code, Now Serving: No One,” in the Weekly Standard and The Washington Examiner. Copies will be distributed at both conventions in Cleveland and Philadelphia, and on Capitol Hill.

 Dems Busting Airbnb

Dems Busting Airbnb

Democrats are attacking Airbnb and similar internet sites that enable people to earn cash renting their homes out.

 #BlueLightFriday: From the White House to Your House

#BlueLightFriday: From the White House to Your House

[M]any families have already taken upon themselves to create their own porch-light memorials and share them online.

Black Votes Matter

Black Votes Matter

One of the key questions this election year is whether black lives matter more than black votes that can be won by racial charades that undermine and endanger those lives.

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The DNC Email Leak

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FCC Parties Like It's 1994

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More Inventors, Fewer Lawyers

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Obama's Dereliction of Duty

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Saluting America's Heroes

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— The Editors, National Review
 
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Regardless of your personal political leaning, which of the two major party presidential candidates do you think got the most political value from their respective nominating conventions?