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Tuesday, November 19, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Joe Heller

Cartoon for November 10.


Tim Campbell

Cartoon for November 9.


Reverend Edie Rice-Sauer and Bob Lutz: Homeless, abused need more help

The stereotypical image of homelessness is often a disheveled man, wrapped in his meager belongings, drunk or on his way. Unfortunately, this image is misleading.


Michael Ramirez

Cartoon for November 8.


Jason Rezaian: Can Twitter get back on the right side of history?

The Justice Department has just charged two former employees of Twitter with spying for Saudi Arabia. The two appear to have infiltrated the social media giant in an effort to …


Tim Campbell

Casrtoon for November 7.


UPDATED: Thu., Nov. 7, 2019

Terri Anderson and Kate Burke: Spokane should adopt protections for its tenant population

The debate on homelessness in Spokane is in full force. The current administration’s decision to shut down a major shelter without any sort of well-developed plan has brought an issue …


Clay Bennett

Cartoon for November 6.


Mansoor Shams: Media dishonor veterans with bigoted comments

I’ve personally chosen to remain quiet on the whole impeachment thing. But last week, things finally struck a chord with me as one of my own was viciously attacked for …


Joe Heller

Cartoon for November 5.


Michael Ramirez

Cartoon for November 4.


Lisa Benson

Cartoon for November 4.


Tom Toles

Cartoon for November 4.


Leonard Pitts Jr.: Social media platforms and the fate of truth

While Facebook surely deserves the scorn it has received, one wonders whether Twitter’s absolute ban is not overkill.


Joe Heller

Cartoon for November 4.


Rob McCann: True compassion from a community that cares

Winter will be here soon. It doesn’t matter how hot the rhetoric is when it’s snowing outside and you have nowhere to call home.


Clay Bennett

Cartoon for November 3.


Editorial: Election roundup

A roundup of The Spokesman-Review’s recommendations for the Nov. 5, 2019, ballot.


Joe Heller

Cartoon for November 2.


Noah Smith: The 1950s are greatly overrated

For all the rose-tinted sentimentality, standards of living were markedly lower in the 1950s than they are today, and the system was riddled with vast injustice and inequality.


Tim Campbell

Cartoon for November 2.


Martin Schram: GOP could learn from Thompson

We need to bring Fred Thompson back for a posthumous encore – to remind us how things really were, back before Americans discovered the proof that would cause the House …


Marcus Riccelli and Larry Valadez: I-1000 deserves voters’ support

As Spokane leaders who have fought every day to ensure working families have access to the economic opportunities they need to succeed, we’re advocating for an approve vote on Initiative …


E.J. Dionne: We’re polarized and fragmented

We’re becoming politically polarized: left vs. right, urban vs. rural, religious vs. secular, young vs. old. But another factor is also feeding the chaos: fragmentation. If some identities are mutually …


Tom Toles

Cartoon for November 1.


Danielle Allen: The biggest impeachment challenge? Commitment.

The other day I heard a radio announcer say about the impeachment process that it “drags on.” In that phrase he captured the biggest challenge now in front of us: …


Dana Milbank: Suddenly Ken Starr doesn’t like impeachment so much

Is there anything Republicans won’t say to make impeachment go away? They attack the patriotism of decorated veterans. They decry rules that they devised. And they discard long-held principles as …


Insurance program for school employees is about to start working

I’ll have to switch doctors. It’s not fair. It’s too expensive. And, the be-all, end-all complaint: The whole thing just won’t work.


Joe Heller

Cartoon for October 31.


Tom Toles

Cartoon for October 30.