Political cartoons for teh LA Times for February 2011.

Political cartoons for teh LA Times for February 2011.
And we’re back. I know you guys are dying for some Charlie Sheen cartoons. I know I’m NOT. At first I was curious what he was going to do after Two and a Half Men was cancelled, but then he spun way out of control, and aren’t druggies boring!? The cartoons I’ve seen on him ...

Op-Ed cartoons for the LA Times, April, 2010.

Op-Ed cartoons for the LA Times, April, 2010.
It’s Sunday, and time to choose the best cartoons for the LA Times Opinion section! This time, I’ve gone to the well of Political Cartoons, too, known as Cagle Cartoons, owned by Daryl Cagle, a fine cartoonist himself. As happened last week, as I start going through the week’s cartoons I always start thinking – ...

Editorial cartoons for the Los Angeles Times Opinion section.

Editorial cartoons for the Los Angeles Times Opinion section.
Doesn’t the LA Times have their own cartoons? Not during the week, no. The LA Times is one of the top 3 national papers, but they use hardly any editorial cartoons since they laid off Michael Ramirez. They have less cartoons than any of the top 20 papers in the country. They do have 3 ...

Is the LA Times trashy?

Is the LA Times trashy?
I get the paper (4 days a week) but I don’t check it first thing. So I was shocked when my friend Bruce told me he cancelled the Los Angeles Times today. He’s one of only a couple of friends who still get the paper! Oh, no! We can’t exchange complaints and info! I asked ...

People who don’t read a newspaper are dull.

People who don't read a newspaper are dull.
One of the sites that I never go to -oh, perhaps once every couple months, if I must – is Huffington Post. Or as I call it, PuffPost. I remember when it started – Arianna Huffington had parties out here, got bloggers together. But it was super-liberal, so I never paid much attention to it. ...

Obama won Nobel Peace Prize in spite of himself.

Obama won Nobel Peace Prize in spite of himself.
The LA Times had a very interesting article about how they decide to write an opinion piece. (This was far more fun than most opinions they actually run. And, hint, Meghan Daum is one of the worst.) The Times editorial board meets three times a week to discuss what we’re going to say in our ...