Wiley Miller: “I lost half my clients and my house, we had to move to another state”

Wiley Miller: "I lost half my clients and my house, we had to move to another state"

Wiley Miller. Photo: The Spokesman-Review Six months ago, when veteran American cartoonist Wiley Miller finished and sent to the media his syndicated cartoon“Non Sequitur“, he never imagined what was coming his way. In that strip, the cartoonist added something that, after being discovered by a

The complicated love affair between Ben Garrison and Donald Trump

The complicated love affair between Ben Garrison and Donald Trump

The complicated love affair between Ben Garrison and Donald Trump Garrison’s was arguably the most fleeting visit by a cartoonist to the White House – he never set foot in it. On 5 July, cartoonist Ben Garrison announced on his Twitter account that he had

The New York Times will stop publishing political cartoons from 1 July

The New York Times will stop publishing political cartoons from 1 July

The New York Times has announced that it will stop publishing political cartoons in its international edition, thus “coinciding” with the national edition, where there are no cartoons. On 1 July it will say goodbye to satire and also to two of its cartoonists, Patrick