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Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons

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1. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2000-09-01 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2020-01-17 Pub. Date: 2000-09-01
Image Number: 52913
Caption: Religious expression in America. Knock it off.
     
2. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2003-03-05 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2019-07-10 Pub. Date: 2003-03-05
Image Number: 20416
Caption: The T-shirt that's been banned in schools and a shopping mall. First Amendment.
     
3. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2018-11-15 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-11-15 Pub. Date: 2018-11-15
Image Number: 175049
Caption: Mueller protection. Tweeting. Rain. Both sides. Fake news.
     
4. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2000-03-30 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-10-29 Pub. Date: 2000-03-30
Image Number: 10197
Caption: Censored. Censored. This is not protected under the first amendment. Special Interests. Unless she's an elected official attending a campaign fundraiser.
     
5. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2001-07-17 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2017-12-01 Pub. Date: 2001-07-17
Image Number: 40583
Caption: Congress. DESECRATION!!
     
6. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2001-09-29 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2017-10-17 Pub. Date: 2001-09-29
Image Number: 39501
Caption: Commies out. Red scare. Criticism out. Red, White and Blue scare.
     
7. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2006-02-12 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2017-06-26 Pub. Date: 2006-02-12
Image Number: 35320
Caption: No caption. (A woman is drawn into a box by politicians and religious leaders.)
     
8. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2007-04-16 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2017-04-17 Pub. Date: 2007-04-16
Image Number: 25921
Caption: I'm all for free speech - unless I find it personally offensive.
     
9. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2004-08-17 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2016-08-11 Pub. Date: 2004-08-17
Image Number: 10945
Caption: FBI. Dissent. (A light, typical of those used during interrogations, shines on a woman carrying a "Dissent" sign.)
     
10. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2016-06-14 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2016-06-14 Pub. Date: 2016-06-14
Image Number: 144805
Caption: Off with their heads!! Me.
     
11. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2016-01-07 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2016-01-07 Pub. Date: 2016-01-07
Image Number: 137644
Caption: Les Cathos Integristes. Contre le theatre. Charlie Hebdo. 100 coups de fouet, si vous n'etes pas morts de rire! So now the shock of the murders has turned to questioning Charlie Hebdo's satire. Some cartoonists and writers have described the cartoons as anti-Muslim, blasphemous, offensive and bigoted. The 2009 firing of a cartoonist who wrote and anti-Semitic column has also been mentioned ... First of all, I am not a big fan of bathroom humor. Secondly, and more seriously, it's a valid discussion to have about why the divisions between people are so deep and our political discourse have become toxic ... However: That is not what we should be talking about now. The only question we should be asking is: Do we condone threats or violence toward individuals because of what they say or draw, regardless of how offensive the words or images are? NO. Because what happens once we get beyond the easy images to condemn? What?? And who makes that decision? All people must have the right to express themselves without fear otherwise we risk losing all our freedoms. (This cartoon was originally published on 2015-01-13).
     
12. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2015-06-29 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2015-06-29 Pub. Date: 2015-06-29
Image Number: 129201
Caption: Censored. Cite as: 576 U.S. - (2015). Scalia, J., dissenting. Every State violated the Constitution for all of the 135 years between the Fourteenth Amendment's ratification and Massachusetts' permitting of same-sex marriage in 2003. They have discovered in the Fourteenth Amendment a "fundamental right" overlooked by every person alive at the time of ratification, and almost everyone else in time since. They see what lesser legal minds - minds like Thomas Cooley, John Marshall Harlan, Olive Wendall Holmes, Hr., Learned Hand, Louis Brandeis, William Howard Taft, Benjamin Cardozo, Hugo Black, Felix Frankfurter, Robert Jackson, and Henry Friendly - could not. They are certain that the People ratified the Fourteenth Amendment to bestow on them the power to remove questions from the democratic process when is called for by their "reasoned judgment." These Justices know that limiting marriage to one mand and one woman is contrary to reason; they know that an institution as old as government itself, and accepted by every nation in history until 15 years ago, cannot possibly be supported by anything other than ignorance or bigotry. And they are willing to say that any citizen who does not agree with that, who adheres to what was, until 15 years ago, the unanimous judgment of all generations and all societies, stands against the Constitution. The opinion is couched in a style that is as pretentious as its content is egotistic. It is one thing for separate concurring or dissenting opinions to contain extravagances, even silly extravagances, of thought and expression; it is something else for the official opinion of the Court to do so. Of course the opinion's show profundities are often profoundly incoherent. "The nature of marriage is that, through its enduring bond, two persons together can find other freedoms, such as expression, intimacy and spirituality. (Really? Who ever thought that intimacy and spirituality [whatever that means] were freedoms? And if intimacy is, one would think Freedom of Intimacy is abridged rather than expanded by marriage. Ask the nearest hippie. Expression, sure enough, is a freedom, but anyone in a long-lasting marriage will attest that that happy state constricts, rather than expands, what one can prudently say.) Rights, we are told, can "rise ... from a better informed understanding of how constitutional imperatives define a liberty that remains urgent in our own era. (Huh? How can a better informed understanding of how constitutional imperatives [whatever that means] define [whatever that means] an urgent liberty [never mine], give birth to a right?) and we are told that, "[i]n any particular case," either the Equal Protection of Due Process Clause "may be thought to capture the essence of [a] right in a more accurate and comprehensive way, than the other, "even as the two Clauses may converge in the identification and definition of the right. (What say? What possible "essence" does substantive due process "capture" in an "accurate and comprehensive way"? It stands for nothing whatever, except those freedoms and entitlements that this Court really likes. And the Equal Protection Clause, as employed today, identifies nothing except a difference in treatment that this Court ... Obergfell v. Hodges. If, even as the price to be paid for a fifth vote, I never joined an opinion for the Court that began: "The Constitution promises liberty to all within its reach, a liberty that includes certain specific rights that allow persons, within a lawful realm, to define and express their identity." I would hide my head in a bag. The Supreme Court of the United States has descended from the disciplined legal reasoning of John Marshall and Joseph Story to the mystical aphorisms of the fortune cookie.
     
13. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2015-01-19 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2015-01-19 Pub. Date: 2015-01-19
Image Number: 121977
Caption: Je suis Coulibaly.
     
14. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2015-01-13 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2015-01-13 Pub. Date: 2015-01-13
Image Number: 121968
Caption: Les Cathos Integristes. Contre le theatre. Charlie Hebdo. 100 coups de fouet, si vous n'etes pas morts de rire! So now the shock of the murders has turned to questioning Charlie Hebdo's satire. Some cartoonists and writers have described the cartoons as anti-Muslim, blasphemous, offensive and bigoted. The 2009 firing of a cartoonist who wrote and anti-Semitic column has also been mentioned ... First of all, I am not a big fan of bathroom humor. Secondly, and more seriously, it's a valid discussion to have about why the divisions between people are so deep and our political discourse have become toxic ... However: That is not what we should be talking about now. The only question we should be asking is: Do we condone threats or violence toward individuals because of what they say or draw, regardless of how offensive the words or images are? NO. Because what happens once we get beyond the easy images to condemn? What?? And who makes that decision? All people must have the right to express themselves without fear otherwise we risk losing all our freedoms.
     
15. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2015-01-07 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2015-01-07 Pub. Date: 2015-01-07
Image Number: 121326
Caption: CHARLIE HEBDO. L'Amour plus fort que la haine.
     
16. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2006-02-28 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2014-02-28 Pub. Date: 2006-02-28
Image Number: 35750
Caption: Holocaust Denier. The censors.
     
17. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2004-09-25 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2008-04-08 Pub. Date: 2004-09-25
Image Number: 10947
Caption: Are you now, or have you ever been, a member of the anti-war or anti- Bush crowd? GOP Un-American Activities Committee.
     
18. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2005-02-13 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2005-09-02 Pub. Date: 2005-02-13
Image Number: 11506
Caption: I hear Arthur Miller died. Thief. Anti-American.
     
19. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2002-02-14 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2002-02-14 Pub. Date: 2002-02-14
Image Number: 38933
Caption: Houses passes Shays-Meehan. $. Free speech.
     
20. Ann Telnaes  Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons 2001-10-15 freedom of expression 
Cartoonist(s): Ann Telnaes
Comic/Cartoon: Ann Telnaes' Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2001-10-15 Pub. Date: 2001-10-15
Image Number: 38926
Caption: Why do they hate us? Dunno. Saudi Arabia. Dissent.
     
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