... where no progress has been made. Trump was absent because he was obviously busy with other activities.
This idea was rejected by my editor (too cliche, yet another cliff). I actually quite liked the idea and decided to make it anyway (after making another one for the newspaper). And with an investigation this week concluding that 88% of the Tory campaign ads were misleading I feel it's an apt cartoon.
"Let's get Brexit done, but first my friends let's get breakfast done."
-- Boris Johnson.
Despite being egged this morning by post-election criticism from Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon, Prime Minister-elect Boris Johnson gorged on a hearty breakfast of once-safe Labour seats before giving a rousing victory speech to party faithful in London.
A negative space cartoon.
Despite former FBI Director James Comey making the rounds on television whitewashing U.S Inspector General Michael Horowitz's report as a "complete vindication" of himself and other FBI leadership and "justified" the code-named "Crossfire Hurricane" counterintelligence investigation into Donald Trump in 2016, the other 95% of the report was a scathing indictment of the agency, raising questions about political bias in the FBI and highlighting “at least 17 significant errors or omissions” concerning FBI efforts to obtain secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrants.
Today, on December 10, Human Rights Day is celebrated. The United Nations General Assembly, which adopts the idea that all humanity is free and equal, approved that day as Human Rights Day on December 10, 1948. Our country in April 1949 also approved the Declaration of the UN Foundation and as of this year as worldwide in our country, Human Rights Day is celebrated on December 10. The prison that maintains the United States today at the naval base of Guantanamo, Cuba, is an international discredit