LA Times Fires Leftist Cartoonist For False Account About LAPD

July 28th, 2015 1:20 PM
Breitbart's John Nolte reported on Tuesday that the LA Times discontinued its relationship with far-left cartoonist/writer Ted Rall, after he claimed in an May 2015 item that he was "thrown up against a wall, handcuffed and roughed up by an LAPD motorcycle policeman who also threw his driver's license into the sewer." The LAPD subsequently released records about the 2001 police…

Liberal Cartoonist: If Hillary Is Nominee in 2016 ‘Sexism Will Be Th

December 3rd, 2013 10:44 AM
As NewsBusters reported Sunday, liberal cartoonist Ted Rall was recently banned from the progressive website Daily Kos for publishing a comic strip with Barack Obama in it that was deemed to be racist. On Monday, Rall spoke with Newsmax TV’s Steve Malzberg about the incident, and warned that if Hillary Clinton gets the Democratic nomination for president in 2016, “sexism will be…

Lefties Fight: Daily Kos Infuriates Ted Rall By Accusing Him of Racist

December 1st, 2013 6:17 PM
Romenesko reports on a radical-versus-radical squabble over a cartoon image of Obama. Leftist cartoonist Ted Rall was lectured by a Daily Kos administrator that “your depiction of Barack Obama as ape-like is intolerable” and insisted “blacks have been subject to racist depictions of themselves as monkeys and apes. No excuse is acceptable for replicating that history, no matter…

Lib Cartoonist Ted Rall: 'Truth Behind ACA Mess Is Obama and His Gang

October 27th, 2013 10:46 AM
People familiar with liberal cartoonist and polemicist Ted Rall will be shocked by a piece he published at Daily Kos Friday wherein he actually agreed with former Alaska governor Sarah Palin. Trust me, they'll likely be even more shocked with what he had to say about President Obama.

Liberal Cartoonist Can't Get Anyone To Publish His Anti-Obama Pieces

May 18th, 2011 9:50 AM
Ted Rall's cartoons and opinion pieces were all the rage when he was attacking George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, and American soldiers. But now that there's a man in the White House the press absolutely adore, the once syndicated polemicist claims he's having a hard time getting anyone to publish his work:

Rachel Maddow at Most Eel-Like Emerges During Interview With Jon Stewa

November 15th, 2010 6:48 PM
Think that liberals are slippery when disagreeing with a conservative? They're just as bad during an exchange with another liberal. One didn't have to wait long for examples of this during Rachel Maddow's interview with Jon Stewart on her MSNBC show Nov. 11. Here's Maddow in the first segment of the interview attempting to draw a distinction between "direct-action…

Greg Gutfeld Takes On Ratigan and Rall's Call for Violent Revolution

November 13th, 2010 6:14 PM
Greg Gutfeld on Saturday took on Dylan Ratigan and Ted Rall for advocating a violent revolution on the former's television program last Monday. Giving the closing comment on "Fox News Watch," the "Red Eye" host also pointed out the delicious irony in a cartoonist "calling for a government overthrow with guns and violence on a network, MSNBC, that accused Tea…

Hannity, Bozell Excoriate NBC’s Lauer and MSNBC’s Ratigan in Novem

November 12th, 2010 3:18 PM
NBC's Matt Lauer and MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan last night found themselves just two of the targets in the latest "Media Mash" segment on Fox News Channel's "Hannity" show. NewsBusters publisher Brent Bozell appeared on the November 11 program to dissect NBC's biased coverage of former President George W. Bush's new memoir, "Decision Points," an…

MSNBC Host Dylan Ratigan Hints at Violent Revolution

November 9th, 2010 10:55 AM
UPDATE (1:52 PM) - Check below the fold if you're convinced this is hyperbole. Dylan Ratigan seemed to tacitly endorse violent revolution on his show Monday. He hosted far-left radical Ted Rall who, when he's not comparing "idiot" American soldiers to suicide bombers, is lauding the necessity of political violence. Ratigan opened the segment by claiming the nation may need…

Dylan Ratigan Helps Soldier-smearing Cartoonist Ted Rall to Raise Mone

February 1st, 2010 4:24 PM
It ain't easy being a laid-off hack leftist cartoonist with a penchant for slandering 9/11 widows and equating U.S. soldiers with suicide bombers. But Ted Rall got a big break on Friday when he got a chance to do a fundraising pitch for his planned trip to Afghanistan as an "unembedded" journalist.On his January 29 program, MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan introduced Rall as "an award-winning…

Soldier-slandering, Radical Left-wing Cartoonist Rall Laid Off

April 24th, 2009 2:53 PM
Radical left-wing cartoonist Ted Rall -- who reveled in dismissing American servicemen as "idiots" -- was recently laid off. Editor & Publisher reported the story in an April 22 article:NEW YORK Chalk up one more wildly talented cartoonist to be victimized by the economy.“I’ve been laid off,” reads the headline on the blog of cartoonist Ted Rall, president of the Association of…

Ted Rall Video Depicts VP Palin Trying To Assassinate Pres. McCain

November 4th, 2008 12:12 PM
For years, NewsBusters has been reporting the disgusting columns and cartoons of Ted Rall.Sadly, the day before Election Day, Rall hit a new low.Embedded below the fold -- done so to protect those who'd prefer not to be subjected to this detritus! -- is a video cartoon depicting Vice President Sarah Palin trying to assassinate President John McCain so that she can replace him in the White House (…

Cartoonist Rall Sees 'Bad Times' for Country as 'Great Times' for Him

June 25th, 2008 6:50 PM
Riddle me this: when is a cartoonist as shallow and one dimensional as his own creations? When his name is Ted Rall. The San Antonio Express-News ran a short story covering a convention being held in Texas that is serving as a gathering place for some of the nation's increasingly fewer political cartoonists. Rall has been chosen as the president of this seemingly ever more irrelevant organization…

Ted Rall: Death of 'Idiot' Soldiers Raises U.S. IQ

October 25th, 2007 7:30 AM
I don't normally follow Ted Rall's work. But when J.M., a member of our military serving in Iraq, wrote NB about Rall's recent column and cartoon, I had a look. I'd say our soldier was being restrained in describing Rall's work as "particularly offensive." I'm displaying one panel from his cartoon of October 22nd. You can view the whole of it here. As you'll note, the point is to…