The Week’s Best Cartoons ⚡ 2/8

By Ann Telnaes, Washington Post

 

Here is how the best editorial cartoonists in the country captured this rather dark and ominous week in politics.

 

Impeachment Ends

By Jack Ohman, The Sacramento Bee

 

By Monte Wolverton

 

By Nate Beeler, The Columbus Dispatch

 

By Rick McKee, The Augusta Chronicle

 

By Ann Telnaes, Washington Post

 

By Christopher Weyant

 

By Bob Rogers

 

By Matt Davies, Newsday

 

State of the Union

By Steve Sack, Star Tribune

 

By Michael de Adder

 

By Ann Telnaes, Washington Post

 

By David Fitzsimmons, The Arizona Daily Star

 

By Adam Zyglis, The Buffalo News

 

By Ron Hauge

 

By Steve Sack, Star Tribune

 

And Other News

By John Cole, The Times-Tribune

 

By Morten Morland

 

By Michael de Adder

 

By Mike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

 

By Bill Bramhall, New York Daily News

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2 replies

  1. Of all the important and informative posts that you write each week, and you do it so well, I always look forward to the weekly Saturday post of the political cartoons. I had read this post yesterday and did not leave a comment. For reasons unknown to me I seldom leave a comment on your posts and mayhaps I should change that neglectful practice. I returned today for two reasons : 1) I so enjoyed this yesterday, that it needed to be revisited today. 2) To leave a comment and to tell you that what you share via this blog is appreciated. “We must find time to stop and thank the people who make a difference in our lives.” – John F. Kennedy. He says it much better than I could ever hope to. Thank-YOU!

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    • To say you’ve made my day, Ellen, would be a bit of an understatement. I’ve always been drawn to editorial cartoons and love having a platform to share them. It is a nice moment to step back from the daily outrages of this administration and, through their images, recognize that we are not alone in seeing what’s happening to our country.

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