The “Political Pundit” Comic Strip

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The “Political Pundit”

By Ray Hanania

We are going to have some fun with politics in Chicagoland, the State of Illinois, the Nation and the Middle East. I hope you enjoy this satirical look at political events, issues and the antics of some of our elected officials. (Each comic might have a different theme.)

Enjoy.

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Comic Strip for August 2, 2020

The Political Pundit Comic Strip for August 2, 2020. "The Wrath of Keith" by Ray Hanania

The Political Pundit Comic Strip for August 2, 2020. “The Wrath of Keith” by Ray Hanania

The news of the FEW outweigh the needs of the MANY. The mantra of “The Wrath of Keith” and “Taste of Covid-19”

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Comic Strip for August 1, 2020

The Political Pundit Comic Strip 08-01-20 Taste of Orland Park

Despite a nearly 50 percent increase in the Coronavirus COVID-19 infection rate during the past month, the Village of Orland Park decided to forge ahead with a 3-day Taste of Orland Park, not requiring face masks, but ensuring that the Port-o-Potties were socially distanced six feet apart.

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Comic Strip for July 27, 2020

The Political Pundit Comic Strip 07-27-20 Mayor Lori Lightfoot hypocrisy, attacks FOP, Ald. Lopez and then calls for civility

The Political Pundit Comic Strip by Ray Hanania, 07-27-20 — Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot attacks FOP President John Catanzara, Chicago Ald. Raymond Lopez, tears down the Christopher Columbus Statue …  and then calls for “civility” in the public debate.

 

Comic Strip for July 23, 2020

Face masks? We don't need no stinking' face masks! Comic strip July 23, 2020

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Comic Strip for July 16, 2020


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