Here's a roundup of recent editorial cartoons from McClatchy artists, including the last winner of the caption-writing contest. I think that last one is per-etty funny.
Here's a look at a few cartoons from around the world. Several of the artists see Barack Obama weighted down, down, down by what's ahead ...
Déjà view A look back at a Dwane Powell cartoon that has resonance today
1976 No matter who wins a presidential election, there’s always the small matter of all of those promises made on the campaign trail that will return hauntingly. What promise do you remember from Barack Obama that you think is the least likely to be fulfilled?
Here's the winning caption in last month's McClatchy caption-writing contest on a cartoon by The N&O's Dwane Powell:
Try your hand at writing a caption for the new cartoon contest. Go here to enter.
Here's a few of the many McClatchy cartoons from the week. If you want to see more, check out the roundup at www.mcclatchydc.com.
View a roundup of editorial cartoons by McClatchy artists. Alan Greenspan and Ted Stevens take some hits.
Sarah Palin's wardrobe and Joe Biden's gaffes make it into the McClatchy cartoonist roundup this week. As does a tweak against Barack Obama and Colin Powell ...
Check out some of the week's best cartoons from McClatchy artists — and the winning entry in the caption-writing contest.
McClatchy editorial cartoonists offer up some more fodder on the financial crisis and on the election.
Yep, the country's financial situation is still the top topic for editorial cartoonists this week, although it's difficult to find anything funny about retirees losing $2 trillion in retirement funds over the past year.