Why Pulitzer Winner Michael P. Ramirez Suggests “Clinton Shouldn’t Get a Pass”


Should the Trump Administration investigate the Clinton Foundation and Hillary’s emails? Two-time Pulitzer award winning political cartoonist Michael P. Ramirez discusses where Trump should focus his efforts, the Obama scandals, the Supreme Court, Cuba, socialism in America, California, and much more. Michael’s cartoons can be seen daily in over 400 newspapers, some of which are discussed in this interview aboard the Weekly Standard Cruise.


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  1. Randy Weivoda Moderator
    Randy Weivoda

    Very good.  Thanks for posting this, Dave.

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  2. RightAngles Member

    Enjoyed it. I’ve been a Ramirez fan for years. Hillary must be prosecuted.

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  3. PHCheese Inactive

    Did she break the law, if so she should go to jail the same as you and I. To determine if she broke the law she needs to be investigated.

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  4. Trinity Waters Inactive
    Trinity Waters

    As a proven traitor, she should be taken out behind the barn and shot.  Treason and desertion in the face of the enemy have harsh consequences, as others surely die as a result.  No quarter.

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  5. RightAngles Member

    The country needs to see consequences. They need to see a perp-walk. We’re sick of watching Lois Lerner get to retire on a full pension. And that other little IRS troglodyte Koskinen or whatever his name was. And Eric Holder, Loretta Lynch, and more. The people need to know that the law applies to everyone.

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  6. Pathfinder1208 Inactive

    Ramirez is a national treasure. Terrific interview!

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  7. Susan Quinn Contributor
    Susan Quinn

    Michael Ramirez is great! His “dark” cartoons (like the Castro one) make my hair stand on end! I remembering following him when he was in the LA Times. I didn’t realize he is from the same neck of the woods as we were from–good ol’ Orange County, CA. Still can’t believe it’s gone conservative. Thanks for a great job, Dave.

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