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An Al Goodwyn cartoon: The New York Times continual orbit to the left

Written By | Jul 18, 2020
Al Goodwyn, Cartoon, Left Field

The New York Times has earned yet another Pulitzer.  This time for Political Yoga as the publication, once the gray lady of journalism drifts to the every widening progressive left.   Need proof?

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Al Goodwyn, Cartoon, Left Field, New York Times

Al Goodwyn

Al Goodwyn's cartoons have appeared in numerous newspapers including the Washington Post, the Washington Times, and the Washington Examiner. Other outlets carrying his cartoons and illustrations include magazines, books, and websites. His editorial cartooning career spans more than 20 years, over which time he's won numerous editorial cartooning awards including the most recent in 2018 and 2019 from the South Carolina Press Association, in 2019 from the DC chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, and in 2020 he won 2nd place in the 2020 Green Eyeshade Awards for editorial cartooning in the Southeast. You can contact Al at and see more of his work at