A year in ed­i­to­rial car­toons

The Modesto Bee (Sunday) - - Opinion -

Ed­i­to­rial car­toons are by far the most con­tro­ver­sial el­e­ments on our Opin­ion pages, most fre­quently draw­ing the ire of some who do dis­agree with the ed­i­to­rial car­toon­ist. Over the course of the year, we have re­ceived com­plaints about car­toons drawn by Nick An­der­son of the Hous­ton Chron­i­cle; Clay Ben­nett of the Chat­tanooga, Tenn., Times; Bill Bramhall of the New York Daily News and Jack Oh­man of The Sacra­mento Bee.

We re­ceive roughly 10 to 20 car­toons each day from which we make a sin­gle se­lec­tions. Some of the car­toons, drawn by car­toon­ists work­ing for McClatchy news­pa­pers such as Jim Morin of the Mi­ami Her­ald, Joel Pett of the Lex­ing­ton, Ky., Her­ald Leader and Kevin Siers of the Char­lotte, N.C., Ob­server, are avail­able on our web­site each week.

For our year-end car­toon se­lec­tion, we’ve cho­sen a few that have ap­peared in our print edi­tion and oth­ers that have not. Here are some of our fa­vorites, and fa­vorite top­ics, this year.

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