Posts Tagged ‘cartoons’
Posted by G.A. Matiasz on June 28, 2015
Posted by G.A. Matiasz on January 7, 2015
If a picture is worth a thousand words, how many words is a cartoon worth?
Here are some of the more controversial cartoons run by Charlie Hebdo:
Charlie Hebdo’s website can be found here.
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Posted by G.A. Matiasz on May 23, 2014
This is an outstanding cartoon by Jen Sorensen, a political cartoonist based in Austin. Her cartoons are seen in The Progressive, The Nation, Ms., Daily Kos, AlterNet, Politico, NPR, etc. (@JenSorensen)
Cartoons and graphics like this are available at The Nib.
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