The Week’s Best Cartoons 7/18

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By Jack OhmanThe Sacramento Bee


Every week, I enjoy searching for editorial cartoons responding to the news and sharing them with you on Saturdays. This week, there are some recurring themes plus some new ones.

Let me know which ones resonate the most with you in the comments!

Rest in Power, John Lewis

By Andy MarlettePensacola News Journal

Back to School?

By Bill BramhallNew York Daily News

By Mike LuckovichAtlanta Journal-Constitution

By Andy MarlettePensacola News Journal

By Walt Handelsman, The Advocate


By Monte Wolverton

By Matt DaviesNewsday

By Graeme MacKayHamilton Spectator

By Bill BramhallNew York Daily News

By Kevin SiersCharlotte Observer

By Ann Telnaes, Washington Post

By Pat BagleySalt Lake Tribune


By Bill BramhallNew York Daily News

By Lalo Alcaraz

By Rick McKeeThe Augusta Chronicle

By Clay Jones

And Other News

By Ed Wexler

By Michael RamirezLas Vegas Review-Journal

By Matt DaviesNewsday

By Ed Hall

By Patrick Corrigan

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