The Week’s Best Cartoons ⚡ 1/25

Once again this week, TokyoSand has come up with some great cartoons, and since I see no reason to re-invent the wheel, I shall share her post! Thank you, TokyoSand!

Political⚡Charge

Infuriating. Accurate. Insightful.

The best editorial cartoons express a strong opinion, and in so doing, make us feel something emotionally. This week, these were the cartoons that made me stand up and take notice. Which ones grab you the most?

Republicans Set the Terms

By Matt Davies, Newsday

By Walt Handelsman,The Advocate

By Matt Davies, Newsday

By Ann Telnaes, Washington Post

By Mike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

By Matt Wuerker, Politico

By Kevin Siers, Charlotte Observer

The Trial Begins

By Ann Telnaes, Washington Post

By Ann Telnaes, Washington Post

By Mike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

By Ann Telnaes, Washington Post

By Bill Bramhall, New York Daily News  (from 2019 but so relevant)

By Mike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

By Lalo Alcaraz

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And Other News

By Ed Hall

By Lalo Alcaraz

By Marc Murphy, Louisville Courier-Journal

By Paul Szep

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30 thoughts on “The Week’s Best Cartoons ⚡ 1/25

    • I’ve asked that question many a time, and then wondered what I would find to write about, as well. But, I think there will still be plenty, for a) Trump’s abominations won’t soon be forgotten, and b) there are still a lot of members of Congress who deserve the mockery.

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  1. Jill, it is truly hard to pick a favorite, but if I had to the “Giving lives for the country one versus the GOP Senators’ giving lies” is the one. The key question to ask those folks, is do you want to know what happened now or later after you make your vote. As more things come out, it may and likely will make that pro-Trump vote look very foolish. Keith

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    • That was a good one … it was David’s favourite as well. In my book, that pro-Trump vote already looks very foolish … always has. But, I guess when a person is wearing blinders, it’s hard for him to look in the mirror. Sigh.

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