Entries Tagged ‘Mike Lester’

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 7-31-11

Here are my top five political cartoon picks for the week… By TobyToons at RedState.com [HT: Carder]… Like Toby was saying, by liberal Tony Auth at GoComics.com…

Stanek Sunday funnies 5-22-11

My top 5 favorite political cartoons this week… by Gary McCoy at Townhall.com… spot-on…   by Steve Kelley at Townhall.com… cute now but prophetic of more looming danger for preborn children…

Stanek Sunday funnies 5-15-11

My top 5 favorite political cartoons this week… by Henry Payne at Townhall.com… by Nate Beeler at Townhall.com…

Stanek Sunday funnies 3-20-11

My top 5 favorite political cartoons for the week…. by Mike Lester at Townhall.com… by Clay Jones at GoComics.com, liberal spin but still funny…

Stanek Sunday funnies 2-20-11

Surprisingly, political cartoonists this week failed to address the pro-life budget cuts in the federal budget. Was looking forward to Planned Parenthood zingers, rats. Nevertheless, here were my top 5 favorites for the week, 1st by Michael Ramirez at Townhall.com (background on this one here, if you need it)… by Gary Varvel at Townhall.com…

Stanek Sunday funnies 12-5-10

Here were my top 5 favorites political cartoons this week, starting with the one that got the biggest laugh from me, by Mike Lester at Townhall.com… by liberal Tom Toles at GoComics.com (although I seem to never get his little comments in the lower right corner, including this one)…

Sunday funnies 11-7-10

Here are my top 5 political cartoons for the week, beginning with liberal spin on last Tuesday’s conservative political tsunami. Funny how there was no chatter of  “reaching out,” “bipartisanship,” and “compromise” when Democrats controlled all 3 branches of government… by Jim Morin at GoComics.com… and by Mike Luckovich at GoComics.com…


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