A roundup of McClatchy editorial cartoons on U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson's outburst during President Obama's speech on health care.
The furor over President Obama's speech to schoolchildren this week
provided ample fodder for McClatchy editorial cartoonists. Here's a
It's time once again for the McClatchy editorial cartoon caption-writing contest. The deadine is Wednesday, Sept, 9, at midnight. To enter, click here.
Another pretty funny shot at President Clinton, but some of these are on the serious side.
Here's the winning caption for the latest McClatchy caption-writing contest. To see weekly roundups of cartoons by company artists, go here.
Here's a collection of cartoons about the Gates-Crowley-Obama
situation. As an added bonus, find at the end a pretty funny cartoon on
the health care reform debate by Joel Pett.
Hmm. An interesting cartoon for this month's caption-writing contest from McClatchy. Take a look, then go here to enter. The contest ends Sunday.
Still no winner for the Joel Pett cartoon with the lemonade stand, but here's the winner from the contest before that:
It's time for the McClatchy editorial cartoon caption-writing contest again. Take a look, then go here to enter.
Sarah Palin's resignation as governor of Alaska has given cartoonists
across the country yet another prolonged shot at her. The N&O has
run several cartoons about Palin this week. Bill O'Reilly asked one of
his guests on "The O'Reilly Factor" last night whether we've reached
the point yet where continuing to demean her goes too far. His guest (a
Rhodes scholar whose name escapes me) thought not. Here are a few more
cartoons from McClatchy artists and one from Signe Wilkinson, my
favorite of the bunch, given that it puts a few things in perspective.
Though hypocrisy knows no party boundaries, S.C. Gov. Mark Sanford's indiscretion and overall weirdness put a
bulls-eye on the back of the GOP, at least when it comes to editorial cartooning. Here's a roundup of a few McClatchy cartoons, including one by The N&O's Dwane Powell, on the subject.