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Cartoonist opinions for the week ending July 2, 2021

Cartoonist's editorial cartoons published for the week ending July 2, 2021

Cartoonist Opinion for July 2, 2022
Cartoonist Opinion for July 2, 2022 A<br/>
Dave Granlund
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Cartoonist Opinion for July 2, 2022 b<br/>
Bill Day
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From the commentary: To be clear, their questions are mainly about determining the best way to deliver care to teens — not about the value of treatment itself.
From the commentary: Businesses are already struggling under the extraordinary cost of doing business in Minnesota.
From the editorial: First, public debt cannot safely be allowed to keep rising at the projected rate. Second, purporting to solve this problem by threatening to default on the country’s obligations is nuts.
Editorial cartoonist John Darkow draws on Joe Biden's continued classified documents discoveries.
From the commentary: Today, many Confederate memorials are being curated with markers being erected nearby to tell the story of how the Lost Cause was mythologized. Stone Mountain would certainly need a big marker. Or, a museum.
From the commentary: For many, politics is either an aphrodisiac, or a drug. Both are addictive and difficult to break free from.
Why is it that women’s hygiene products are not offered for free in school bathrooms?
Editorial cartoonist Monte Wolverton draws on Ron Desantis' whitewashing of Black History.
From the commentary: Lisa Marie's father loved her, so far as he seemingly understood love. He just never appeared to grasp its full meaning.
From the commentary: The most that can be said on this sad anniversary is that the fight for reproductive rights will continue, despite the court's ruling. For another 50 years, if that's what it takes.

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Cartoonist Opinion for July 2, 2022 c<br/>
Dick Wright
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Editorial cartoonist Bruce Plante draws on the lies of George Santos.
This cartoon is the opinion of the cartoonist Adam Zyglis. Send feedback to: cartoons@wctrib.com.
Editorial cartoonist Rob Tornoe draws on the distribution decline of public notices by government.
This cartoon is the opinion of the cartoonist Adam Zyglis. Send feedback to: cartoons@wctrib.com.
Editorial cartoonist Dave Granlund draws on the growing price of eggs.
An editorial cartoon by Dave Granlund.
Editorial cartoonist Rob Tornoe draws on the distribution decline of public notices by government.
Editorial cartoonist Dick Wright draws on the high prices of eggs.
Editorial cartoonist Chris Britt draws on the classified document issues for Joe Biden and Donald Trump.
An editorial cartoon by Dave Granlund.

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Cartoonist Opinion for July 2, 2022 e<br/>
Dave Granlund

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Editorial cartoonist Dave Granlund draws on the heavy rain deluge on California.
An editorial cartoon by Dave Granlund.
An editorial cartoon by Dave Granlund.
An editorial cartoon by Dave Granlund.