Category Archives: Cartoons

Mr. Fish: The Hole Truth


From Clowncrack, his blog of visceral veracity:

Graphic Representation: A Failure to launch


We begin today’s offerings with some takes on the TrumpCare™ collapse, starting with this from the Salt Lake Tribune:

Pat Bagley: TrumpCare

Another take from the San Diego Union-Tribune:

Steve Breen: Call 911. . .or not

The Chattanooga Times Free Press loses it’s head:

Clay Bennett: The executioner

Our final take on the subject comes from the Tulsa World:

Bruce Plante: The GOP’s Obamacare Repeal and Replace

The the Newark Star-Ledger, a qualification is made:

Drew Sheneman: The mysterious case of the missing Supreme Court seat

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution looks at the investigates

Mike Luckovich: Uuge crowd

The Charlotte Observer offers another take on the same fix:

Kevin Siers: The FBI investigates the White House . . .

The Arizona Daily Star leaks some secret intelligence:

David Fitzsimmons: Trump’s intel

And the Buffalo News offers a threat assessment:

Adam Zyglis: Big Bird

From the Lexington Hearald Leader, war on the press:

Joel Pett: “Very dishonest people…..”

And from the Los Angeles Times, pillars of democracy:

David Horsey: When Samson is Deliah

The Washington Post uses protection:

Tom Toles: And they would like you to pay for it

Next up, three offerings about the wall, starting with the Columbus Dispatch:

Nate Beeler: The Divide

The Philadelphia Daily News counts the cost:

Signe Wilkinson: It’s you, not Mexico, who’ll pay

And the Miami Herald builds it closer to home:

Jim Morin: Wall of Lies?

Finally, from the Sacramento Bee, a cause for concern?:

Jack Ohman: The Internet of Things Thing. . .

Mr. Fish: White of Way


From Clowncrack, his blog of naufrageous nasology:

Mr. Fish: GOP Dammit!


From Clowncrack, his blog of axial apocalypticism:

Graphic Representation: Reign of TrumpTerror™


Or is it TrumpError™?

We begin with the winner, via the Washington Post:

Tom Toles:  It’s a very good week to be a rich white man, like other weeks

From the Columbus Dispatch, suspicions confirmed:

Nate Beeler: The Leaker

The Sacramento Bee covers the one place he really is well-endowed:

Jack Ohman: The NEH, the NEA, and the National Endowment for the Trumps…

The first of two basketball memes comes from the Baton Rouge Advocate:

Walt Handelsman: White House Madness

And the second, this time from the Tulsa World:

Bruce Plante: Washington Bracketology

His usual business methods as covered by the Arizona Republic:

Steve Benson: Trump’s sort-of oath of office

And a civic lesson from the Salt Lake Tribune:

Pat Bagley: The Three Branches of Government

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution looks at a troubled marriage:

Mike Luckovich: Comrades

Whilst the Minneapolis Star Tribune shoots ‘em down:

Steve Sack: James Comey vs. Trump’s tweets

Our closing offerings deal with the Trump administration’s war on the environment, starting with this from the Chattanooga Times Free Press:

Clay Bennett: Environmental Protection

Next, from the San Diego Union-Tribune, environmental protection from a closed nuclear plant as practiced in Southern California:

Steve Breen: Nuke Waste Stored Close to Shore

And, finally, from the Lexington Herald-Leader, another victim of human stupidity:

Joel Pett: Another casualty

Graphic Representation: A TrumpStravaganza™


We begin with the Independent and a national monument defaced:

Dave Brown: A monumental arsehole

From the Kansas City Star, a certain similarity is noted:

Lee Judge: One’s still flying high

And paranoia in action from the Chattanooga Times Free Press:

Clay Bennett: A Must Read

The Tucson Daily Star places an order:

David Fitzsimmons: Trumpcare

And those taxpayer funded $2 million a shot Mar a Lago weekend getaways draw the attention of the Washington Post, and the only Meals on Wheels Pussygrabber likes in his budget:

Ann Telnaes:  The Trump administration’s budget priorities

A certain civil strife is noted by the Indianapolis Star:

Gary Varvel: Republican teamwork

And by the Baton Rouge Advocate:
Walt Handelsman: Dental and Vision

The Salt Lake Tribune prioritizes:

Pat Bagley: Trump Budget Priorities

The Newark Star-Ledger crunches the numbers:

Drew Sheneman: The Trump budget is a fairy tale

Another take from the Washington Post:

Tom Toles: And here’s the cliff notes version of the Trump presidency

And an internationally syndicated cartoonist adds a cosmetic touch:

Kahlil Bendib: The New, Improved Muslim Ban

And the reaction to the judicial reaction from the Arizona Republic:

Steve Benson: Not so much ‘judicial overreach’ as this …

The San Diego Union-Tribune is incredulous at TrumpClaims:

Steve Breen: Madness of another sort

And some crucial testimony from the Charlotte Observer:

Kevin Siers: Comey’s testimony

The Philadelphia Daily News covers the great divide:

Signe Wilkinson: A reading house divided

Finally, from the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, working for an infantile President is a thankless job, but somebody’s got to do it. . .or at least try:

Steve Sack: Paging Kellyanne Conway and Sean Spicer

Mr. Fish: Put it Together, People!


From Clowncrack, his blog of artistic abscission [and click on the images to embiggen]:

His composition is an imaginative reworking of one of the most powerful artworks of the 20th Century, also depicting devastation inflicted upon Spanish-speaking people.

Mr. Fish has creatively disassembled Guernica, the massive oil painting created by Pablo Picasso to 26 April 1937 bombing by the German military’s Condor Legion of a the Spanish city during the Spanish Civil War, the dress rehearsal for World War II, when German and Italian forces joined with Spanish fascists to overthrow the short-lived Spanish Republic:

More on the painting here.

And yes, we also note that most of residents of Guernica were and are are Basque, folks who often regard Spanish as their second language.