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Bagley keeps it liberal

Published July 2, 2013 1:01 am
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I was extremely concerned when I read that Tribune cartoonist Pat Bagley was taking a break from his daily cartooning duties and instead would host in his usual spot the work of "some of my talented colleagues" from other newspapers. It appeared that it might be possible that Bagley would run out of liberal cartoonists and might have to post something from a centrist or conservative viewpoint.

I need not have worried. He was able to find enough replacement cartoonists to explore the rich diversity of opinions on the spectrum from progressive to liberal to hard-left positions.

It is gratifying to know that our editorial cartoons are in the hands of someone with such a broad and all-encompassing worldview.

Chase Kimball

Salt Lake City




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