Filed under: Foreign Policy, Iran, National Security, The United States | Tags: Michael Ramirez, Investors Business Daily, Summing It Up
Filed under: Art, Capitalism, Economy, Foreign Policy, Freedom, History, National Security, Politics, Regulation, Taxes, The United States, Unemployment | Tags: Investors Business Daily, Michael Ramirez, Political Cartoons
Especially in the hands of Michael Ramirez, political cartoonist extraordinaire, at Investors. Follow his work, he always has something important to say.
Filed under: Capitalism, Economy, Election 2012, Energy, Health Care, Law, National Security, Politics | Tags: Governor Mitt Romney, Michael Ramirez, President Barak Obama
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The Marvelous Michael Ramirez strikes again. Always right on. See all of Mr. Ramirez’ work at Investors.
Filed under: Capitalism, Cool Site of the Day, Economy, Energy | Tags: Michael Ramirez, Not Gonna Work, Obama's Green Economy
Michael Ramirez always has an appropriate comment on the political affairs of the day. You can see all of his cartoons at Investors.com. I stand in awe of his talent.
Filed under: Capitalism, Economy, Health Care, Liberalism | Tags: 111th Congress, Michael Ramirez, Most Irresponsible Ever
I know of no other political cartoonist who so closely captures the events of the day, drawing with a stiletto of sorts. He draws beautifully, and his knack for visual metaphor is unsurpassed. Don’t miss his daily work at at Investors.com. We just love the way he draws elephants.
Filed under: Capitalism, Economy, News, Politics | Tags: Michael Ramirez, Obamanomics, Skewering the Political Elite
My admiration of the work of political cartoonist Michael Ramirez knows no bounds. I think he is simply terrific, and he’s on a roll lately. This is priceless. His work is featured daily at Investors.com. The IBD Editorials are consistently excellent.
He recently published the first-ever collection of his work Everyone Has The Right To My Opinion. Political cartoons would seem to be ephemeral since they are reflections on the daily scene, but they are not. I have a small collection of some of my favorites of Mr. Ramirez’ cartoons, and they not only remain funny, but provide a deservedly snarky look at history.