Was it a flub or fib? A slip or a flip-flop? Maybe a gaffe? Voters judging the presidential candidates must dig through a growing list of imprecise utterances these days to determine whether the remarks should be taken seriously. Even the smallest quips make it to the Internet and cable-TV, and many need deciphering. Flub — a mistake, almost always [Read More]
Milt Priggee is a freelance editorial cartoonist from northwest Washington State. His work has been reprinted in Time, Newsweek, U.S. News & World report, The New York Times, Washington Post and USA Today.