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A comic con: Washington Legislature 2013

The illustrated guide to lawmakers' triumphs and foibles of the last session (or three).

 

 

 

 

 


Milt Priggee is an international award-winning editorial cartoonist who started his commenting career with the Chicago Daily News in 1976. Beginning in 1978, he was the first regular cartoonist for the weekly Crain’s Chicago Business. His first staff editorial cartoonist position was with the JournalHerald in Dayton, Ohio from ’82-’86. Priggee created editorial cartoons for The Spokesman-Review from February 1987 to August of 2000. He was awarded a Journalism Fellowship to the University of Michigan from September 2000 to May 2001. Currently he is freelancing editorial cartoons from his site www.miltpriggee.com. Milt lives with his wife Jan on Whidbey Island. They are parents to four and grandparents to five.

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Comments:

Posted Wed, Jul 3, 9:25 a.m. Inappropriate

Yep there is the unbias Crosscut Commentary again. Can you go ahead and post of the Special Session Cartoons from Mr.Priggee from all of the previous Democrat controlled Special Sessions...this ought to be a real hoot, comparing the differences. Unless of course there are no Special Session Cartoons about the Democrat Controlled Legislatures of the last decade or so.

Cameron

Posted Sun, Aug 4, 1:48 a.m. Inappropriate

Yeah, I know. I don't remember the cartoons about the previous close calls with government shut down. And where are the cartoons about all of the previous hijackings of the majority through party-switching? And the current polarization is nothing new.

oh, wait. All of those things are unprecedented so there wouldn't be any old cartoons about them. Nevermind.

coolpapa

Posted Sat, Jul 6, 11:31 a.m. Inappropriate

It's a delight to see the graphic commentary of the brilliant Milt Priggee on the Crosscut site. One of the best political cartoonists working today. I've always appreciated his sardonic edge. Thank you.

Posted Sat, Jul 6, 12:26 p.m. Inappropriate

Sterling Defense of the Echo Chamber.

Cameron

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