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  1. Afraid of robots taking over? If you’re phone habits are like most Americans, they already have, as Dave Whamond points out in his funny cartoon about artificial intelligence and our growing addiction to screens.
  2. Here are the first Trump conviction cartoons!  Enjoy!  By Dave Whamond, Pat Byrnes, Rick McKee, me and Ed Wexler! And don’t miss our great new Trump Bashing Caglecast! Please support our Cagle.com site!Become a Cagle.com HERO!
  3. Our list of the most-reprinted cartoons was a real smorgasbord this week, with topics ranging from the increasing role of artificial intelligence to the collapse of Red Lobster. I particularly enjoyed Bob Englehart’s cartoon about the tough needle cartoonists need to thread these days to make it onto the opinion page.
  4. Addicted to screens? You’re not alone – according to recent studies, upwards of half of all Americans who own a smartphone display addictive behavior. But that’s also nothing new. As Dave Whamond points out in his popular cartoon this week, people were addicted to their television screens when phones were still devices attached to the…
  5. School protests have dominated the headlines this week, as demonstrators have clashed with police at universities across the country attempting to voice their opposition to Israel’s war in Gaza. Two of our most popular cartoons this week were about the protests, both drawn by Chris Weyant.
  6. The cost of everything, from gas to groceries, remains stubbornly high. But nothing seems as outrageously expensive as trying to buy a new home. Home prices skyrocketed during the COVID pandemic, and inflation fears forced interest rates to rise. Rivers tapped into the economic insecurity over the housing market with a funny cartoon featuring two…
  7. On Monday, a total solar eclipse will cross North America, a momentary break from the bad news we’ve all be drowning in the past few months. I like Pat Byrnes cartoon in particular, noting how nice a change it will be to know why we’re all plunged in darkness – at least those in the…
  8. It’s hard to satirize the news and Donald Trump with headlines like, “Ex-president selling bibles to help pay legal cost of porn star hush money trial.” Chris Weyant has had a lot of success poking fun at Trump. He had our most reprinted cartoon this week, a funny look at the former president’s various trials…
  9. Age is on the mind of voters in America, with 81-year-old Joe Biden and 77-year-old Donald Trump set to face off in November’s presidential election. John Cole had a funny spin on the issue of age this week that struck a chord with editors. None of us are getting any younger, and we’re still eight…
  10. It was another busy week for the nation’s cartoonists, with news running the gamut from Mitch McConnell stepping down from Republican leadership to AT&T’s cell phones going down across the country.