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Tuesday, November 26, 2013 By Matt Bors, Universal Uclick | Political Cartoon
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Matt Bors relentlessly skewers the latest absurdities of American politics and culture. From war to religion to obsessive lawn care, Bors' cartoons dissect and expose the news, "avoiding the Donkeys and Elephants of many of his peers," to make readers think and laugh about real issues. Bors' unique cartoons feature a vivid style and biting humor that have earned him a great deal of praise. Drawn! Magazine editor John Martz says that Bors is "one of few in his field whose work redefines what an editorial cartoon should look like."


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Tuesday, November 26, 2013 By Matt Bors, Universal Uclick | Political Cartoon
  • font size decrease font size decrease font size increase font size increase font size
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Copyright Universal Uclick.

Matt Bors

Matt Bors relentlessly skewers the latest absurdities of American politics and culture. From war to religion to obsessive lawn care, Bors' cartoons dissect and expose the news, "avoiding the Donkeys and Elephants of many of his peers," to make readers think and laugh about real issues. Bors' unique cartoons feature a vivid style and biting humor that have earned him a great deal of praise. Drawn! Magazine editor John Martz says that Bors is "one of few in his field whose work redefines what an editorial cartoon should look like."


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