Blog Archives

Cartoon(s) of the Week – Wouldn’t you rather get back to real life?

David Horsey in the L.A. Times:

Is it politics that causes climate change?

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Ben Sargent in the Austin American-Statesman:

 

Will reality overcome idiocy?

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Clay Bennett in the Chattanooga Times Free Press:

What party chooses destructiveness over group participation?

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Mike Luckovich in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

Which candidate regularly displays his knowledge of the lower middle class?

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Jim Morin in the Miami Herald:

And how does a candidate expose his nemesis by committing the same things as the accusations he makes?

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Cartoon(s) of the Week – Fun with the Economy

Ben Sargent in the Austin American-Statesman:

Some people can’t wait for Bush’s book on Economics to come out…

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Jeff Daniziger in the L. A. Times:

… and some people believe whatever they are told…

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Kevin Siers in the Charlotte Observer:

… perhaps the economy needs a prank…

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Drew Sheneman at Tribune Media Services:

… but we can be grateful for a candidate’s maturity…

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Mike Luckovich in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

… and let him take credit for things he didn’t do (he needs to convince us of his worth.)

 

Cartoon(s) of the Week – The politics of money…

Jim Morin in the Miami Herald:

America seems to be based on the importance of money…

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Ben Sargent in the Austin American-Statesman:

…and it is easy to sell the rich folks’ budget to the candidate…

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Pat Bagley in the Salt Lake Tribune:

… and money leads principle in getting the nomination…

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Steve sack in the Star Tribune:

…and let’s make sure the government doesn’t get what’s due…

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Mike Luckovich in the Atlanta Journal Constitution:

… as long as the Middle Class gives its all.

Cartoon(s) of the Week – Welcome Back from Iraq

Jeff Danziger of the L.A. Times:

And what did you guys do for (or to) your Country?

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Mike Luckovich in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

…and now that you’re back… NOTHING!

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Ben Sargent in the Austin American-Statesman:

… but maybe you’ll be able to vote. Unfortunately it might not be easy.

 

Cartoon(s) of the Week – Occupation and Economics

Lalo Alcaraz from Universal U-Click:

The 99% get bigger on the Occupy Wall Street march…

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Jim Morin in the Miami Herald:

Of course, the Right Wing represents the 1%…

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Ben Sargent in the Austin American-Statesman:

We have not stopped the banks from robbing the middle class

 

Cartoon(s) of the Week – So Where Are Republicans And Their Financers Taking Us?

We are only now realizing what makes the next couple of weeks so important…

Clay Bennett in the Chattanooga Times Free Press:

Let’s look at how a political party thinks about the great mass of Americans…

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Tom Toles in The Washington Post:

…and where it gets the money to keep that mass under its sway…

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Ben Sargent in the Austin American Statesman:

… or how they just remove those middle class Americans from any kind of participation in their country…

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Don Wright in the Palm Beach Post:

… after all, corporate interests and their representatives are now taking over… EVERYTHING!

 

Cartoon(s) of the Week – The Big November Show

Ben Sargent in the Austin American-Statesman:

It’s the election season and we’re all invited to The Show…

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Tony Auth in the Philadelphia Inquirer:

One side of The Show has its own Network….

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Stuart Carlson at Universal UClick:

It’s sometimes hard to tell who the sponsors of The Show are…

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Clay Bennett in the Chattanooga Times Free Press:

…so let’s settle in for the show with a nice cup of Tea.

Cartoon(s) of the Week – The GOP Pledge as viewed across the country…

Ben Sargent in the Austin American Statesman:

It seems that the GOP Pledge is recognized as fiction…

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Tony Auth in the Philadelphia Inquirer:

… but the Republicans find it something to dance to…

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Steve Sack in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune:

… at least it gives the very rich what they want…

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Lee Judge in the Kansas City Star:

…but in the end, there’s nothing new under the sun.

Cartoon(s) of the Week – What’s important in contemporary politics…

Lalo Alcaraz in the LA Weekly:

It’s important to identify real enemies…

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Ben Sargent in the Austin American-Statesman:

It’s important to hang on to your past…

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Bruce Plante in the Tulsa World

It’s important to help others…

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Tom Toles in the Washington Post:

But it’s most important to really work out the problems…