Currently browsing tag

signe wilkinson

Double Take ‘Toons: Modern Families? : NPR

Two same-sex marriages made the news this week. Signe Wilkinson takes the side of Methodist pastor Rev. Frank Schaefer, who was suspended from ministerial duties for officiating, while Matt Wuerker wonders how Liz Cheney’s about her sister’s marriage will affect Cheney family dynamics. Signe Wilkinson Matt Wuerker Double Take ‘Toons: …

Double Take ‘Toons: Dream On? : NPR

Today, President Obama and former presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “” speech. Dave Granlund sees a world monumentally changed since 1963, while Signe Wilkinson believes some things are going back. Dave Granlund / Signe WilkinsonT Double Take ‘Toons: Dream On? : …

Double Take ‘Toons: Weapons Assaulted? : NPR

Several states have passed gun control legislation since the Newtown killings in December, and Thursday. Chip Bok questions whether more restrictions will make us safer, while Signe Wilkinson argues that being well-armed doesn’t have a great track record, either. / Chip Bok / Signe Wilkinson Double Take ‘Toons: Weapons Assaulted? …

Double Take ‘Toons: Bloomberg’s Last Gulp? : NPR

A state judge upended New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s ban on sugary drinks larger than 16 ounces. Randy Bish thinks the mayor’s defeat was richly deserved, while Signe Wilkinson sees no real victors. politicalcartoons.com Randy Bish/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review cartoonistgroup.com/Washington Post Writers Group Signe Wilkinson Double Take ‘Toons: Bloomberg’s Last Gulp? …

Double Take ‘Toons: Our National Debts? : NPR

As President Obama begins his second term, he has the opportunity to set the nation’s priorities. Cam Cardow and Signe Wilkinson disagree on America’s most important obligations. politicalcartoons.com Cam Cardow/The Ottawa Citizen cartoonistgroup.com/ Washington Post Writers Group Signe Wilkinson Double Take ‘Toons: Our National Debts? : NPR.