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Voter Daydream

This is my new one about a voter’s daydream …

I had some mixed feelings about this one because it is a little simple and odd for an editorial cartoon, but I like cartoons with character and body language, which is just about all that this cartoon consists of.

The CagleCartoonists are doing great work recently!  Here are my favorites from the past few days.


Chris Weyant


Randy Enos


Pat Bagley


Taylor Jones


Steve Sack


Peter Kuper

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White Minority Cartoons

For the first time in U.S. history, more than half of the babies born in the country are nonwhite. The data also shows that almost half of all young children are from minority groups, which means the next generation of Americans will be far more diverse than today.

Cam Cardow of the Ottawa Citizen sees a trend developing among protesters…

While John Cole of the Scranton Times-Tribune sees a new “border war” developing…

Dave Granlund sees whites as just the latest mammal population to dwindle…

Meanwhile, according to David Fitzsimmons of the Arizona Daily Star, an Arizona legislator wants a state holiday for white people…

And Pat Bagley of the Salt Lake Tribune shows who the real minority is in the U.S. these days…