Blog Archives

Cartoon(s) of the Week – It’s all over. Where are we?

Kevin Siers in The Charlotte Observer:

Perhaps we can start on getting religion out of politics. What are we, the Taliban?

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Clay Bennett in the Chattanooga Times Free Press:

At least we know now that America is more than old white men…

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Joel Pett in The Lexington Herald-Leader:

Of course, some Republicans will probably continue their uncooperativeness. It will kill them later.

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Mike Luckovich in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

Of course, this may make at least one news organization reevaluate it’s strategy…

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Adam Zyglis in the Buffalo News:

And now forward into the second term (thanks, in part, to General Motors.)
 

 

 

 

 

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Cartoon(s) of the Week – Election is crawling toward it’s end. I am sooo thankful.

I’ll be so glad when all this election brouhaha is over. I’ll be so depressed if Romney captures a majority of American votes… in other words, I will think so much is wrong with this country’s education policies.

Bob Englehart in the The Hartford Courant:

So how likely is it that doing tax favors for the top 1% will raise the job totals?

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Kevin Siers in The Charlotte Observer:

At least Romney makes it clear who his support base won’t be…

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Joel Pett in The Lexington Herald-Leader:

One day women might disable the positions of Romney and his buddies…

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David Fitzsimmons in The Arizona Daily Star:

Some time accusations reverse themselves to define the accuser.

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Mike Luckovich in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

Foreign policy requires a lot of basic knowledge. Romney doesn’t seem to have any.

 

 

Cartoon(s) of the Week – As Romney gets closer to the debates…

Tony Auth of Newsworks.org:

Romney plans health care for the 47%…

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Rob Rogers in the Pittsburg Post-Gazette:

Is Romney sure he wants to cut off about half the contributors?

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Kevin Siers in the Charlotte Observer:

Isn’t Romney the king of mixed messages?

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Nick Anderson in the Houston Chronicle:

At least he has Ryan to depend on…

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David Horsey in the L.A. Times:

Now if he could avoid the bad dreams…

 

Cartoon(s) of the Week – The Republican Convention is delayed a day… Women cheer!

 

Lee Judge in the Kansas City Star:

Republican Convention is waiting for women…

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Kevin Siers in the Charlotte Observer:

Of course, the strategy is to attack Obama‘s speeches…

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Jim Morin in the Miami Herald:

It’s a good thing women can turn off pregnancy when raped (thanks, Todd Akin)…

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Rob Rogers in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette:

Of course, war is always an issue at conventions…

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Mike Luckovich in the Atlanta Journal Constitution:

…and when they get elected they will start REGULATING.

 

 

Cartoon(s) of the Week – Romney’s Tea Party support baffles me…

 

David Horsey at the L.A. Times:

Does the Tea Party have any idea what government is for?

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Mike Peters in the Dayton Daily News:

Will they ever realize that they are being used?

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Jim Morin in the Miami Herald:

Do they have a leader with integrity?

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John Darkow in the Columbia Daily Tribune:

Do they even listen to the charges being brought against him?

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Kevin Siers in the Charlotte Observer:

Oh well… they can always change their minds retroactively.

 

 

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 – Romney’s Problems

Clay Bennett in the Chattanooga Times Free Press:

Romney has a popularity problem…

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Kevin Siers in the Charlotte Observer:

… and a focus problem…

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Tony Auth (formerly) in the Philadelphia Inquirer:

…and an image problem…

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Jeff Koterba in the Omaha World Herald:

…and a communication problem…

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Mike Luckovitch in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

… but now, without real Republican competition, he is finding himself.

Cartoon(s) of the Week – The Republican Primaries Raise Questions

Ben Sargent, Atlanta Journal Constitution:

Can’t you guys just get along?

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Kevin Siers in the Charlotte Observer:

What have you guys gotten yourselves into?

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Dana Summers in the Orlando Sentinel:

Why haven’t they listened to the vast majority of voters?

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Tom Toles in the Washington Post:

So how will you be able to win the Presidency in 2012?

 

Cartoon(s) of the Week – Osama bin Laden Reactions

The death of Osama bin Laden brought out a flood of editorial cartoons. These are some of the best:

Clay Bennett in the Chattanooga Times Free Press:

…and, of course, there are loonies who don’t believe it…

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Jim Morin in the Miami Herald:

…almost invisible if you’re Pakastani…

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Kevin Siers in the Charlotte Observer:

… in your dreams…

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Joel Pett in the Lexington Herald Leader:

…of course for some…like Republicans… nothing is good enough…

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Lee Judge in the Kansas City Star:

… and a salute to the Eagle Team.

Cartoon(s) of the Week – The House is Hard at Work…

Jim Morin in The Miami Herald:

So who are they listening to?

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Steve Benson in the Arizona Republic:

And what are they saving in real dollars?

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Joel Pett in the Lexington Herald-Leader:

…at least they are listening to the President…

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Kevin Siers in the Charlotte Observer:

… and we get the benefits. Don’t we?

Cartoon(s) of the Week – So where did the tax cut extension proposal come from?

Kevin Siers in the Charlotte Observer:

So who ran the discussions on the tax cut extensions?

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John Sherffius in the Boulder Daily Camera:

Perhaps it was Mitch McConnell who influenced Obama

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Rob Rogers in the Pittsburg Post-Gazette:

… or maybe it was Boehner who decided the rich were worth more than the overall economy…

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Jim Morin at the Miami Herald:

… or perhaps Obama just didn’t try.