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Line Item Vito: Draw Little Orphan Annie A Home Day

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Little Orphan Annie will no longer be syndicated in newspapers:

Through more than 85 years of hardships and challenges — spanning the Great Depression, a world war, foreign cabals, corruption at home, several kidnappings and, well, being an orphan — she somehow always found a way to triumph.

In the changing media landscape, however, Little Orphan Annie has run into adversity not even she could overcome. The sun will come out tomorrow, but the tomorrow after June 13 will be the first in generations to dawn without “Annie” appearing in a daily newspaper.

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Draw Little Orphan Annie A Home Day

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Line Item Vito: Eye for Eye

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As a result of the Comedy Central network’s self-censorship of South Park — http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/23/arts/television/23park.html and http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/26/opinion/26douthat.html — some cartoonists are organizing an “Everybody Draw Mohammed Day” — http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=113257775375783 — which I oppose.

Since I’m a cartoonist of sorts, today’s Line Item Vito is my non-entry.

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Eye for Eye

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