Category Archives: Cartoons

Mr. Fish: We’re Number One

From Clowncrack, his blog of monodigital malversation:


Mr. Fish: Cloudy with a Chance of Doomsday

Following up on our previous post, this from Clowncrack, his blog of meteorological macromancy:


Graphic Representation The Trumplandia™ Times

We begin with the Arizona Republic and a new presidential seal:

Benson: In Trump’s tweets we trust


And the Miami Herald sends a message:

Jim Morin: Short and sweet


The Salt Lake Tribune ponders historical parallels:

Pat Bagley: The Strongman


The Washington Post has a pressing engagement:

Tom Toles: The Trump administration has worked out their response to conflict of interest


From the Buffalo News, the swamp creatures, shaken — not stirred:

Adam Zyglis: The elites

The Elites

The Sacramento Bee invests in a pyramid scam:

Jack Ohman: The Trump Cabinet policies…


From the Minneapolis Star Tribune, the game ahead:

Steve Sack: Standing Rock under Trump


The Columbus Dispatch sees more woes for President Pussygrabber:

Nate Beeler: Another Accuser


Finally, from the Chattanooga Times Free Press, a fabrication:

Clay Bennett: Obviously


Graphic Representation: Trumplandia™ tropes

We begin with willful ignorance from the Washington Post:

Tom Toles: Republican plans for Trump’s first 100 days include heaven and earth

And from the Lexington Herald-Leader believe it or not:

Joel Pett: Twitter twaddle trolling

From the Los Angeles Times, a certain similarity is noted:

David Horsey: But they all look alike. . .

The Buffalo News unlocks the horror:

Adam Zyglis: Hate groups

And from the Salt Lake Tribune, a logical fallacy is noted:

Pat Bagley: White Working Class Disconnect

The Washington Post looks at TrumpNews™:

Ann Telnaes: How to mix up some fake news

From the editorial cartoonist of the Wichita Eagle, life in Trumplandia™:

Richard Crowson: Signs of the times


Steve Benson: Pipe dreams of another sort

From the editorial cartoonist of the Arizona Republic:


Graphic Representation: Trumplandia™ sails on

We begin with the Salt Lake Tribune:

Pat Bagley: Trump’s Foreign Relations


And then turn to the President-elect’s abundant conflicts of interest, starting with this from the Washington Post:

Tom Toles: President-elect Trump understands the hotel business just a little too well


Mixing foreign policy with the entrepreneurial, via one of the nation’s leading syndicated editorial cartoonists:

Jeff Danziger: No bomb Trump Hotel

Future Wars

Getting down to business with the Newark Star-Ledger:

Drew Sheneman: Trump brand government — coming soon to a nation’s capital near you!


And separation anxiety from the Baton Rouge Advocate:

Walt Handelsman: Yuuuuuuge commute


On to governing style with the Kansas City Star:

Lee Judge: Grab ‘em by the tweet


Inflammatory rhetoric from the editorial cartoonist of the Miami Herald:

Jim Morin: Red Flag


And two offerings on the shape of things to come, first from the Los Angeles Times:

David Horsey: Standing Rock is the first of many protests to come in the Trump era


And we end on an ominous note from the Washington Post:

Ann Telnaes: Look what’s coming after Republicans get rid of Obamacare


Mr. Fish: Feel the Burn

From Clowncrack, his blog of flammiferous febricity: