Wednesday Afternoon Reads: Pumpkinhead tRump

Here are today’s cartoons….

Entitlement cuts: 10/31/2018 Cartoon by Adam Zyglis

Cartoon by Adam Zyglis - Entitlement cuts

Suppressing rights: 10/29/2018 Cartoon by Adam Zyglis

Cartoon by Adam Zyglis - Suppressing rights

MAGA van: 10/27/2018 Cartoon by Adam Zyglis

Cartoon by Adam Zyglis - MAGA van

 

Suspicious package: 10/25/2018 Cartoon by Adam Zyglis

Cartoon by Adam Zyglis - Suspicious package

A good series of cartoons there…

Bruce Plante Cartoon: Trump and the Constitution: 10/31/2018 Cartoon by Bruce Plante

Cartoon by Bruce Plante - Bruce Plante Cartoon: Trump and the Constitution

MakeAmericaGrieveAgain: 10/30/2018 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - MakeAmericaGrieveAgain

11 DEAD: 10/29/2018 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - 11 DEAD

Tips for stopping extremist violence: 10/31/2018 Cartoon by Jen Sorensen

Cartoon by Jen Sorensen - Tips for stopping extremist violence

Well, this is super late…and its an open thread.


12 Comments on “Wednesday Afternoon Reads: Pumpkinhead tRump”

  1. Minkoff Minx says:

    Hey, I know it is late and short…but as usual shit is hitting fan here at home.

  2. dakinikat says:

  3. NW Luna says:

    The one with baby King Joffrey Trump cutting up the Constitution is especially hard-hitting.

  4. NW Luna says:

    (Bringing this up from last thread since I posted it very late.)

    Amazing work — look at the photos if you can access the WaPo story. I changed “quilts” to “textile art” when I tweeted this because women’s textile art is so often downgraded to the merely utilitarian.

    As the immigration debate rages, she quietly counts the dead along the border — and memorializes them with quilts

    [Jody] Ipsen has dedicated countless hours to recognizing and remembering those people who died seeking a better life. She’s the founder of the Migrant Quilt Project, an organization that makes a quilt each year with volunteers who stitch the names of the deceased. The 17 quilts that have so far been stitched have incorporated scraps of clothing found in desert migrant camps.

    In 2007, Ipsen, now 48, came up with The Migrant Quilt Project and the idea to use scraps of clothing found in the migrant camps to memorialize those who had died. She and other volunteers decided to make a quilt each year, and also for each year going back to 2000, when the medical examiner first began recording the number of migrant deaths.

    quilters never use clothing that came directly from deceased migrants …. “It’s heartbreaking to cut the embroidered word ‘baby’ from a piece of clothing and insert it into a quilt block,” Laird said. “The dead were so hopeful of a better existence, fleeing from impossible circumstances. I am honored to embroider their names.”

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  7. NW Luna says:

    Speaking truth: