The majority of the Internet Weekly Report (IWR) non-parody content is
published on the weekend, but I add animations, humor and major news stories
on a daily basis. However, the main focus of IWR is the production of
On the other hand,
I do spend a lot of time (probably too much time) on the weekly art
and culture section. I love art, and I get a lot inspiration for my
satire from illustrators.
If you have or see an decent art or humor site, please
email me the URL please!
If you want to post your own satires, photo cartoons,
etc., please use the Internet Weekly
forums or send me a
URL to your work, please.
I would like to especially thank Mark Karlin of the great blog
Buzzflash, Lisa Casey of
All Hat and No Cattle, Sam Dent
Bartcop and Dan Kurtzman of
Political Humor About for
posting my satire on a regular basis.
My Internet Weekly Report News Parodies have either appeared
in or referenced by:
This parody cartoon or still was created by IWR for the PBS series
America at a Crossroads which aired on 4/17/2007. The
opening of this Richard Perle documentary called
The Case for War: In Defense of Freedom featured the Doctor Strangelove
parody cartoon (#1). That's all you need to watch unless you want to get
cheesed by Perle's BS. I thought the documentary was going to be more
balanced than it was based on their desired use for my parody images. But I
have no regrets. Image (#2) was also created for the series that I
updated since I saw the airing of the Perle documentary. BTW, image #2
really illustrates my real view of Perle. He really does look like he
just walked off the set of "Night of the Living Dead".
Is Perle the Prince of Darkness
or is that Novak?
War Is Good Food!
2005 Political Dot-Comedy Awards
The Internet Weekly Report won "Best Photo Cartoons & Illustrations"
The 100 Funniest Pictures of the Decade
An Internet Weekly Report cartoon was number
25 on this
Blogs/E-Zines that I know about anyway:
All Hat and No Cattle,
American Politics Journal,
Catch, Daily Kos, Dvorak,
is for Suckers!,
Knight Science Journalism Tracker, Linkfilter, The Left Coaster, Eschaton,
Make Them Accountable,
Milk and Cookies,
Lisa's Rein's Radar, Radio Left,
Rachel Maddow Show Blog, Roger Ailes, Whatreallyhappened
and Wired's Table of
Columnist Paul Krugman
The Toronto Star
Political Dot-Comedy Awards: Best Ongoing Parodies Nominee
Political Dot-Comedy Awards: Best Humor of 2003 Nominee
Village Voice Bush Beat by Ward Harkavy
Economic Times/India Times featured a selection of my
Arbitrary Top Ten by Dawn Czarnecki featured my
The Bush-Cheney '04
Official Campaign Wallpaper
A Labour Member of Parliament,
Linda Perham, who
represents a constituency in London, in her "The Unofficial George W. Bush
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