Entries Tagged ‘Chuck asay’

Stanek Sunday funnies, “Media ignores Gosnell trial” edition

See previous Gosnell political cartoons here and here. Following are the latest batch, focusing on the media’s lack of attention to this mass murderer’s trail. Vote for your favorite in the poll at the bottom of the post.

by Gary McCoy at Cagle.com
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 by Mrstrongest at paperblog.com

Stanek Sunday funnies 11-4-12

Here are my top five eight favorite political cartoons for the week (campaign cartoons will be no good this time next week – have to squeeze them all in), beginning with a friendly reminder…

by Steve Kelley at Townhall.com

 by Gary Varvel at Townhall.com

 by Chuck Asay at Townhall.com

Stanek Sunday funnies 5-27-12

Here were my top five favorite political cartoons for the week, starting with a great one by Lisa Benson at Townhall.com


 by Glenn Foden at Townhall.com

Stanek Sunday funnies 3-25-12

My top five favorite political cartoons for the week, beginning with a zinger by Michael Ramirez at Townhall.com


 by Lisa Benson at Townhall.com

Stanek Sunday funnies 2-13-11

Here were my top picks for the week, beginning with an example of how liberals try to pigeonhole attempts to defund abortion and the abortion industry as simply moral intrusion, by Paul Szep at GoComics.com… But in reality, being pro-life is good fiscal policy, a point pro-lifers must keep making. Here’s what I mean, by […]

MLK Day observance: Abort not by the color of their skin

According to the latest figures from the US Census Bureau (August 2010), African-Americans comprise 12.9% of our population. But, according to the Guttmacher Institute, they have 37% of all abortions: Put another way, according to GI: This much is true: In the United States, the abortion rate for black women is almost five times that […]

Sunday funnies 8-29-10

Here are my top 5 most interesting (not necessarily favorite) political cartoons for the week. As pro-lifers would expect, liberal satirists had a wildly spun and inaccurate field day with Federal  District Court Judge Royce Lamberth’s decision, based on the Dickey-Wicker Amendment, to block President Obama’s executive order authorizing federal tax spending for embryonic stem […]

Sunday funnies 3-28-10

My top 5 picks for best political cartoons the week…. This first one, by Kevin Kallaugher at “Dewey defeats Truman” newspaper headline. It was published the morning after House Democrat pro-lifers caved, clearing the way for a pro-abortion healthcare bill to become law… This next one, by Glenn Foden at


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