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Michael More Attacks Ryan Owens’s widow Carryn for allowing herself to be a prop for President Trump. The left have no shame. Political Cartoon A.F. Branco ©2017.

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Are you concerned about the people who President Obama views as his mentors? If so, picture this. An angry looking Frank Marshall Davis is seen spouting his well-known, threadbare communist diatribes (e.g. spread the wealth, if you are success somebody else made that happen, the private sector is doing fine). In his hands he holds a mask of Barack Obama which he has just taken off. The caption reads: “The ideology behind the gaffe mask.” Priceless satire.
With this brilliantly executed political cartoon, Branco proved that a picture can indeed be worth a thousand words. In fact, with an artfully crafted caricature and a context that is nothing short of creative genius, Branco made a statement more powerful than my fellow authors and I have been able to make in our lengthy columns on this subject. Only the best political cartoonists are able to do this, and Branco is one of the best.
His cartoons have already gained an international audience. His popular appeal among conservatives recently led to an interview on FOX News.
Branco describes himself as “somewhere between the Far Side and the right side of every issue.” He sits at his desk daily crafting comically and politically-incorrect cartoons that say with humorous satire what conservatives really think, but lack the opportunity to say to a broad audience. After years of listening to the squeaky wheel of the left advancing the cause of radicalism, Branco decided to use the power of his bully palette to advance the conservative movement. Conservatives worldwide can be glad he did. According to Branco, “The art and humor of political cartoons has since the dawn of the Republic been a way to sway those who might not otherwise be persuaded.”

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