In the last week or so, I’ve read probably two dozen articles or essays about what will happen in the midterms in just over 30 days. And there is finally a consensus, if you can believe it. This is what… Read More ›
Florida and Ukraine were in the eye of the news for most of this week, with of course, other important stories sprinkled in. Here’s how the nation’s editorial cartoonists covered them. Hurricane Ian Politics in America Ukraine And Other News
Deep breath. In this country, we see evidence every day that David Frum was right when he said, “If conservatives become convinced that they can not win democratically, they won’t abandon conservatism. They will reject democracy.” We have election deniers… Read More ›
Do you know how many young people have turned 18 since the last presidential election? 8 million. There’s a really good chance you know at least one of them. So your challenge, should you accept it, is to reach out… Read More ›
Just a short collection this week. Enjoy!
Labor Day started as a protest. The first Labor Day was on September 5, 1882 when over 10,000 workers left their work to march in New York City. This was when Americans had 12-hour days and worked six, if not… Read More ›
I hope you enjoy this collection of the best editorial cartoons I saw this week. GOP Reacts to Biden’s Speech Trump & Friends And Other News
I know I’ve been feeling the momentum from the Democrats, and the utter sputtering of the Republicans, about, well, everything. And these feelings are perfectly reflected in the cartoons I found by our favorite editorial cartoonists.