Editor & Publisher reports that the International Herald-Tribune has asked for a substitute for this Friday's Non-Sequitur, which apparently features the conservative publicity engine Ann Coulter in a burqa. According to the article, cartoonist Wiley Miller is withholding comment until the Herald-Tribune gives a reason, which one assumes is more complex than "Well, that just sounds repulsive." Coulter also did not comment, for which one imagines we can all be thankful. Miller and Coulter share a syndicate. The article mentions that Non-Sequitur is in 700 newspapers, and that there was only this one request for another cartoon.