John Cole Cartoons

John Cole has been The Times-Tribune’s editorial cartoonist since April 2005. He draws five to seven full-color cartoons weekly.

Swearing-in ceremonies

Swearing-in ceremonies

Joe Biden’s profane face-off with a Michigan factory worker who claimed Biden planned to confiscate guns had tongues wagging this week. While I myself dabble in profanity with unseemly regularity, it’s hard to defend its use in situations like this. That said, the Second Amendment enthusiast’s argument was and is full of exactly what Biden described.

More precious than gold

More precious than gold

Fear over the spread of COVID-19 has lead to a run on alcohol-based hand sanitizers, naturally resulting in price gouging. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has announced his state will produce its own sanitizer to meet demand, while praising its “nice floral scent.”

Running on empty

Running on empty

The misuse by a former Scranton Fire Chief of his city-issued vehicle and gas card is emblematic of the political culture at city hall, and another reason that taxpayers feel drained of both dollars and patience.

He’s got this, folks.

He’s got this, folks.

As worries build over the COVID-19 bug and financial markets swoon in response to its anticipated spread, Trump’s response has been in keeping with the rest of his incoherent, contradictory and self-congratulatory presidency.

About John

John Cole has been The Times-Tribune's editorial cartoonist since April 2005. He draws five to seven full-color cartoons weekly.