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Clever and unpredictable, Ariail skewers politicians on both sides of the political fence with his award-winning cartoons.
As I See Itby Cynthia Tucker
Insightful political and social commentary by a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist.
Bad Reporterby Don Asmussen
Bad Reporter is the funniest faux-headline comic of all time. Don's gift for LOL headlines and chortle-out-loud images will test your *gag reflex. * Gag as in joke.
Matt Bors relentlessly skewers the latest absurdities of American politics and culture. Drawn! magazine editor John Marz says that Bors is "one of few in his field whose work redefines what an editorial cartoon should look like."
A former staff cartoonist for the Boston Herald, Jerry Holbert's work has been featured in The Washington Post, USA Today, National Review, and numerous educational textbooks.
America's most ferocious political cartoonist.
Rob Rogers' editorial cartoons have appeared in the Tribune as well as in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Newsweek, USA Today and other major newspapers and magazines.
Jab, poke, stick, skewer, prod, pinch, slice, dice, lambaste, lampoon, belittle, slap, wallop, ridicule, scorn, mourn, embrace, criticize, satirize and eulogize. This is the unique language of veteran Ohio political cartoonist Jeff Stahler.
Taking Stockby Malcolm Berko
After graduating from the University of Dayton in 1960, Malcolm Berko embarked on a successful 55-year career in securities investment, ultimately managing $985 million in investments and retiring in 2007. He has been answering readers' questions about investing in "Taking Stock" since 1976, and he also hosted a call-in radio talk show on finance for a dozen years. Berko is also a published poet and nature photographer. He was a nationally ranked handball and racquetball player, has climbed Mount Everest twice (unsuccessfully) and occasionally backpacks the Himalayas. Berko collects old stock and bond certificates, first edition signed books and counts Winston Churchill, Robert Frost, Carl Sandburg, Albert Einstein and William F. Buckley among those he admires. He and his wife live in Largo, Florida, where he enjoys playing a poor game of golf.
One of the country's highest-profile and most influential editorial cartoonists.