Biden woes: Top ten cartoons of the week

It was another busy week for the nation’s cartoonists, with news running the gamut from Mitch McConnell stepping down from Republican leadership to AT&T’s cell phones going down across the country.

This week’s most-reprinted cartoon came from Dick Wright, who was not a fan of President Joe Biden’s most recent move to forgive student loan debt for over 150,000 borrowers. Biden continues to struggle in polling against former President Donald Trump, and he (as well as his bite-happy dog, Commander) has found himself an accessible target for cartoonists.

Here are our top ten most reprinted cartoons of the week:

#1. Dick Wright

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#2. Gary McCoy

#3. Jeff Koterba

#4. Jeff Koterba

#5. Dave Whamond

#6. Dave Whamond

#7. Dave Granlund

#8. Dave Whamond

#9. Jeff Koterba

#10. Pat Bagley

Daryl Cagle is the publisher of and owner of, a syndicate that distributes editorial cartoons and columns to over 500 subscribing newspapers. See Daryl’s blog at and watch his video podcast about editorial cartoons at

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