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On A Claire Day by Carla Ventresca and Henry Beckett

On A Claire Day

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  1. Larry commented on Emmy Lou about 23 hours ago

    Yes.

  2. Larry commented on Mike Luckovich 7 days ago

    Isn’t that odd..
    Unimaginable that any sport would not have the same goals and objects for both sides.
    How odd.

  3. Larry commented on Farcus 8 days ago

    Not disrespectful just unfunny.
    Too much negative emotion associated with it.

  4. Larry commented on Jack Ohman 15 days ago

    Good cartoon!
    The image, humor and topic is right on.

  5. Larry commented on Rob Rogers 16 days ago

    Including Buddha in this group seems invalid.
    WWII and Burma were political, not religious.

  6. Larry commented on Jim Morin 17 days ago

    Right on, Ted!
    Amen to that.

  7. Larry commented on Steve Benson 18 days ago

    The artist could have made the point that congress is still influenced by money without such an intricate drawing.
    Is the exaggerated dome supposed to be suggestive?

  8. Larry commented on Jack Ohman 19 days ago

    The influence of terror – ugly as it is – is increasing.
    The influence of cartoonists – sadly – is waning.
    These many cartoons show the pen in triumph but are only creative imagination.
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    The people and especially the Islamic followers must rein in their religious leaders.

  9. Larry commented on Steve Kelley 20 days ago

    Odd cartoon, it shows the bad guys as winning.

  10. Larry commented on John Deering 20 days ago

    Balto, you have it wrong. The point of the fable is that the princess is so sensitive that the least little thing upsets her.
    The T.P. is a thorn in the side – not a pea under the mattress.