Universal Press Syndicate
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Universal Press Syndicate, an Andrews McMeel Universal company, provides syndication for a number of lifestyle and opinion columns, comics, and various other content. Some of the most popular columns include Dear Abby, Ann Coulter, Roger Ebert, William F. Buckley and News of the Weird.
Popular Universal Press Syndicate comics include For Better or For Worse, FoxTrot, Calvin and Hobbes, Garfield, The Boondocks, Doonesbury, Cathy, Pooch Cafe, Ink Pen, Ziggy, Tom the Dancing Bug and The Far Side during its rise in newspapers, calendars and books.
Universal also syndicates the editorial ...
Very large audience (1M or more) (English)
Oct 22, 2006 - 3:54 AM PDT
World (4), U.S. (3), Politics (2), War in Iraq (2), Religion (2), Iraq (1), War (1), Middle East (1), Media (1), North Korea (1), Bush Administration (1), Business (1), Democrats (1), Mainstream Media (1), Faith and Reason (1)...
Ted Rall (4), William F Buckley (1), William Buckley (1)
"A Gallup poll," Libby Quaid wrote for the Associated Press on June 2nd, "found that two-thirds of [Americans] said they believe it would be a good idea for the president to ...
ORLANDO--I'm against the war. Who isn't? (Maybe the two percent who tell The New York Times/CBS poll that Iraq is going "very well.") But this column isn't about the war. It's ...
If we pull out now, warn Bush's generals, Iraq will disintegrate into civil war. Experts counter that the civil war is already underway, and that what would follow a U.S. ...
By the time this dispatch is read, Pope Benedict XVI will be in Turkey and, inevitably, adding to the confusion in that part of the world. Motley groups and associations and ...
If you're a registered Democrat like me, you're getting deluged with junk mail, both paper and electronic. The message is the same it was two years ago and four years ago: ...
NEW YORK -- A British officer was being interviewed during a BBC News broadcast last Tuesday morning about a cease-fire he said had been negotiated by "village elders" in ...
Kim Jong Il never lets us down. When President Bush, reacting to the nuclear test, announced that he would seek further sanctions against North Korea, Kim replied that he ...