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I’m saddened to write that Larry Wright, who has worked as an editorial cartoonist for the Detroit News for decades, is retiring at the end of this month. We syndicate Larry’s cartoons to more than 800 newspapers.

  When he was elected governor of New Jersey 4 years ago, Jon Corzine promised to bring his Goldman Sachs know-how to a state riddled with budget deficits and increasingly high taxes. Jump to 2009, and with New Jersey’s projected budget deficit for next year sitting at an estimated $8 billion, voters chose to go […]

A decade is a long time — and this is a lot of cartoons! See my selections of the decade here with more than 80 of my cartoons marking the significant issues of the decade, starting off with Bush vs. Gore.

It’s nearly the end of the year, which means everyone will be posting their “year in review” pieces, and here at Cagle Cartoons, we’re no exception. So check out my 2009 Cartoon Year in Review slideshow.

For those of you that are blissfully unaware, today is the birthday of composer Ludwig van Beethoven. He was born on this day back in 1770, and the spry 219-year-old remains a musical mainstay in movies, television and your morning shower. I could think of no better way to celebrate Beethoven’s birthday that post (with […]

Here’s the simple solution to all of our problems with health care reform: GIVE SENATOR JOE LIEBERMAN EVERYTHING HE WANTS! Absolutely everything. The Senate may be half-way there way already, and the rest of Congress should follow suit. Really, the man from Aetna, er, Connecticut, will stand for nothing less! Public Option — gone! Medicare […]

Here’s my latest cartoon. First, there is the rough sketch; here I drew it in hard pencil and came back to tighten it up with a ball point pen.

A good deal of conservatives oppose what they view as President Obama’s socialist tendencies of spending and big government. This view was illustrated in a recent cartoon by Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Mike Ramirez (view more of Ramirez’s cartoons here). The cartoon featured Obama and Harry Reid piloting a WWII Japanese kamikaze airplane, dropping bombs labeled […]

Can you believe that there once was a time when network television aired classy holiday interstitials like this? Designed by R.O. Blechman, known for his television commercials for Alka-Seltzer, the commercial appeared in 1966 on CBS. The animation was created by hard-drawn pen & ink drawings by Willis Pyle, and the music was arranged by […]