Al Goodwyn Editorial Cartoons by Al Goodwyn for July 03, 2022

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    fusilier  3 months ago

    Came across this:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SLNsB0ldUk

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    James 2:24

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    Display  3 months ago

    Did Adolph start to burn when he wrote the word “freedom” in this cartoon, like sunshine hitting vampires?

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    The Nodding Head  3 months ago

    “And then God watched as throughout history most humans have been treated as beasts by their fellow humans.”

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    casonia2  3 months ago

    Beast, Al?

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    Gen.Flashman  3 months ago

    Actually the American white male colonist may have been the freest people on earth expect maybe the English (not including Irish/Scots)

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    bkdarling  3 months ago

    Gocomics “progressives” would love to replace the “Declaration of Independence” with a “Declaration of Subjugation and Obedience to Big Brother”. Nothing like living in a world with a “boot stamping on a human face forever.” (quote from Orwell, Nineteen Eight-Four).

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    ChristopherBurns  3 months ago

    Nah…we don’t live in Theocracy, right?

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    stillinghast6  3 months ago

    I believe she wrote, “bReast…”

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    lonecat  3 months ago

    A nice sentiment, but not true.

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    apfelzra Premium Member 3 months ago

    I wonder if that poet"s statement should read “in every human breast”? Seems like a typo. I looked up Phillis Wheatley on Wikipedia — an interesting story of a fascinating woman, born in West Africa and brought to Massachusetts in 1761, when she was sold into slavery, but her owners were prosperous and enlightened for the times, and gave her a thorough education — unusual for a woman, let alone a slave, and she published her first volume of poetry in 1773.

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    Frankfreak  3 months ago

    If everyone wants freedom, why do so many keep working to be enslaved by corporations, and political leaders, and anyone who will make decisions for them?

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    Civitas Libertas  3 months ago

    What is truly interesting is this image is that the man who wrote the Declaration of Independence was extremely racist and absolutely despised Phyllis Wheatley and refuse to acknowledge her talent as a poet citing her gender and the color of skin as the primary reasons she could never obtain the heights of talent that Jefferson in particular, and the white race in general. (Source: Thomas Jefferson, Notes on the State of Virginia)

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    RonnieAThompson Premium Member 3 months ago

    Have a fun and safe July 4th my friends.

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    RAGs  3 months ago

    Goodwyn spends so much time and effort trying to destroy Democracy and Equal Treatment for all, and then pretends to be a patriot. SAD

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