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Editorial cartoons: Radioactive politics

When the task at hand is to analyze and simplify complex, evolving and often disturbing news events, sometimes the simplest solution is to change the subject. Jeff Koterba focused on the kind of hazardous wasted effort that could lead to a partisan government meltdown. Rob Rogers flew off the handle about unhinged, self-deluded leadership here, not in North Africa. And I tried to serve up food for thought about the worldwide coalition of the willing-to-look-the-other-way.

--Joel Pett


Editorial cartoon by Jeff Koterba / Omaha World-Herald


Editorial cartoon by Rob Rogers / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Editorial cartoon by Joel Pett / Lexington Herald-Leader


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Joel Pett is the Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist for the Lexington Herald-Leader in Kentucky. His work also appears in USA Today.


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