In my nearly forty years at The Salt Lake Tribune I've known hundreds of journalists. They are the kind of people who place a found dollar bill on the edge of a cubicle and it will still there three days later. My colleagues are universally honest and conscientious about getting the facts straight. Likewise, while my cartoonist peers employ exaggeration and hyperbole to express their opinions, I don't know a single one of them, no matter their politics, who would knowingly, deliberately and repeatedly lie.
These are not the enemies of the people you're looking for.
President, Association of American Editorial Cartoonists
The mission of the AAEC is to champion and defend editorial cartooning and free speech as essential to liberty in the United States and throughout the world.
The AAEC aims to be an international leader in support of the human, civil, and artistic rights of editorial cartoonists around the world, and to stand with other international groups in support of the profession.
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