It has little to do with politics, ideology or Donald Trump.
It has mostly to do with working together and the editing process.” Block has been an outspoken supporter of Trump in recent years.
On Wednesday, Sir Ivan tried to explain to the Commons Treasury committee some of the realities inevitably resulting from our decision to become what the EU classifies as a “third country”, with “no more rights...
Rogers, who has seen his work killed at an increasing pace since Keith Burris took over as the newspaper’s editorial director in March, announced that he was taking a short vacation scheduled to last though Monday.
“Suffice it to say things are unresolved,” Rogers said in an interview with the Inquirer and Daily News. I’m waiting each day to hear something.” Rogers, a Philadelphia native who at one time contributed cartoons to the Inquirer, has been the Post-Gazette’s staff cartoonist since 1993.
In 2016, both Block and Burris spent time on Trump’s private plane at the Toledo Express Airport following a campaign rally, according to the Toledo Blade.
“It doesn’t take much to connect the dots between the absence of Rob’s left-leaning cartoons and the recent arrival of a Trump-supporting editorial page editor,” the American Association of Editorial Cartoonists said in a statement. He is a master of his craft & Pittsburgh is lucky to have a talent like @Rob_Rogers as a political satirist. https://t.co/w Mjau2Db VQ — bill peduto (@billpeduto) June 7, 2018 “Readers are also writing letters to the editor, which they’re not publishing.
Berry Brazelton and Margaret Mc Farland, who were starting to understand the important emotional and psychological lives of children.