and the Cartoonists fight back

I've read some very interesting dialogue on the implications of the Muhammad Cartoon Censorship scandal. Some wondering if we might lose some ground on free speech. Others hoping that rioting Muslims would receive some penalty for their actions. One thing is clear, lines were crossed on free speech and religious freedom, but USAmerica has been very slow to react. Until now...


Crowded Embassies are Different
Kevin Siers, The Charlotte Observer
February 8th, 2006


The Dialogue
John Trever, The Albuquerque Journal
February 9th, 2006


[Untitled]
Steve Greenberg, The Ventura County Star
February 9th, 2006


The Winter Polemics
Robert Ariail, The State
February 10th, 2006


Cartoon Therapy
Gary Varvel, The Indianapolis Star-News
February 9th, 2006


Maybe Now You'll Learn Tolerance and Respect for the Views of Others
John Cole, The Scranton Times
February 8th, 2006


Drawing the Lines on Free Speech
John Branch, The San Antonio Express News
February 10th, 2006


[Untitled]
Bob Gorell, AOL News
February 8th, 2006

source: EclectEcon
more good political cartoons: Cox and Forkum

1 comments:

Nelson said...

Wow...those last 3 are extremely potent, especially the last one. It's amazing the double-standard that is being seen.