“Good riddance to 2013!” That seems to be the consensus worldwide. From finding out that the National Security Agency is spying on practically everything everybody says or does to the debacle that was the Obamacare rollout, 2013 was just one big disappointment after another. Here’s hoping 2014 will be a much better year!
Boy, are we ever glad to see 2013 go! The year started off with a bang, with gun control at the top of every liberal’s wish list. One scandal after another dominated the headlines over the course of the year. The Obamacare rollout was the straw that broke the camel’s back — even the President’s supporters turned their backs on him. Finally, the year ended with a selfie. Sigh…
Mele Kalikimaka! For the sixth straight year, the first family hopped aboard Air Force One and got the heck out of Washington. White Christmas? “Bah humbug,” they say. They much prefer to have fun in the sun in Hawaii. Meanwhile, back on the mainland, we’re left to deal with the “gifts” the President has given us. Joy!
Rick McKee, The Augusta Chronicle
The world watched as 100 heads of state gathered in a stadium in Johannesburg to pay their respects to former South African President Nelson Mandela. What a circus that was — media and otherwise! This week, political cartoonists tackled the Mandela memorial service missteps and more.
Forget Santa’s sleigh formation! If Amazon has its way, Dasher and Dancer and Prancer and Vixen, Comet and Cupid and Donner and Blitzen will be lining up behind Rudolph at the unemployment office in just a few years. The announcement that Amazon wants to deliver packages by drones in 2015 got tongues wagging and cartoonists’ pencils drawing. It’s just one of many topics political cartoonists tackled this week.
RJ Matson, Roll Call
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Personal Liberty. We hope that you and yours have a wonderful holiday. We will not publish a Personal Liberty P.M. Edition on Thursday, and we do not plan to publish one on Friday. However, we are dedicated to keeping our readers informed. Therefore, should a large story break, […]
RJ Matson, Roll Call
Fifty years ago, the Nation mourned the death of its Presidency. Today, Americans are mourning the imminent death of our healthcare system as we know it. It’s said that humor takes the sting out of death, so we present our favorite political cartoons of the week.