Cartoon(s) of the Week – and what a week it was!
A note before we look at this week’s selections.
I’ve been doing Cartoon(s) of the Week for over 5 years now, and I spend a great deal of time working on the selection. I review 40-75 cartoons every week, look for themes that are carried through them and pick the best artists and most significant captions. It’s a significant amount of work, and I know many of you look forward to it each week.
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Why aren’t they campaigning for what the people need?
Are you wondering where political concerns are inserting themselves?
Focus, focus, focus.
It’s great to see their relationship to foreign policy…
…and what could be more local?
Keeping an eye on Birth Control…
Posted on February 26, 2012, in fonts, funny, government, Health Care, history, humor, Internet, Legal, News, Opinion, Politics, Religion, Satire, Science, sex, Taxes, vote, Warning, Word from Bill and tagged Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Chattanooga Times Free Press, Clay Bennett, Drew Sheneman, Editorial cartoon, Jim Morin, Miami, Miami Herald, Mike Luckovich, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Rob Rogers. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.