Rob Tornoe is the owner/editor of Punchline Magazine and a cartoonist for The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Press of Atlantic City and WHYY. He writes about the media and the cartoon industry for Editor & Publisher.
In August of 1925 The New York Times estimated 50,000 – 60,000 members of the Ku Klux Klan marched in a parade in our nation’s capital. It was a huge public display of the once-secret group. H.L. Mencken called it “a full mile of Klansmen and their ladies.” The man sitting in the White House, Calvin Coolidge, was a member [Read More]