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Thanks for the ride — and the view — viaduct

Editorial cartoonist David Horsey ponders the closing of the Alaskan Way Viaduct.
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Paul Allen’s GOP donation shouldn’t be forgotten

Re: “What were The Seattle Times’ top stories of 2018? Here’s the list”: I think the real story is about how quickly everyone in the local news media forgot about Paul Allen’s support for the Republican Party when Allen died. Even the normally astute cartoonist David Horsey managed to completely erase this frightening detail from […]
Tags: News, Opinion, Gop, Paul Allen, Republican Party, Allen, Seattle Times, David Horsey, Letters to the Editor, Northwest Voices


The Navy is a good neighbor on Whidbey Island

Cartoonist David Horsey’s recent Navy illustration and accompanying commentary lack considered perspective. The Navy has flown over the Olympic Peninsula since World War II, and jet noise has emanated from Whidbey Island since the late 1950s. “Navy brass” are quite conscientious and attuned to their global mission, while managing risk to their aircrews, and to […]
Tags: News, Navy, Opinion, David Horsey, Whidbey Island, Olympic Peninsula, Letters to the Editor, Northwest Voices


Seattle streetcars: More bang for the funny-bone buck

David Horsey got it right twice with his July 22 cartoon on the Opinion page. Originally by showing a bloated, bulging streetcar, he was referring to the deceitfulness of the Seattle Department of Transportation underestimating the streetcar project’s costs by 50 percent and then not letting the public know about it until a few days […]
Tags: News, Opinion, Seattle, David Horsey, Seattle Department of Transportation, Letters to the Editor, Northwest Voices


David Horsey: townhouses, tents and traffic


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Meet The Seattle Times’ guest cartoonist, David Horsey

David Horsey, a two-time recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for political cartooning, is back in Seattle as a guest cartoonist for The Seattle Times Opinion page. Look at a gallery of his cartoons here.  Readers will likely remember the prizewinning editorial cartoons Horsey created for The Seattle Post-Intelligencer for 32 years.  In 2012, Horsey became […]
Tags: Video, News, Opinion, Seattle, Seattle Times, David Horsey, Seattle Post Intelligencer, Horsey


Amazon is not the villain

Amazon and other companies pay about 60 percent of Seattle’s taxes, not counting taxes employees pay. If the head tax shifts jobs elsewhere, Seattle will probably lose more taxes than it gains. Read complete coverage of Seattle’s proposed head tax>> See more of David Horsey cartoons at: st.news/david-horsey View other syndicated cartoonists at: st.news/cartoons
Tags: Amazon, News, Opinion, Seattle, David Horsey


Boeing and European allies lose in U.S. cancellation of Iran deal

Boeing loses a customer after President Donald Trump’s cancellation of the Iran nuclear deal Tuesday and re-imposition sanctions. Boeing’s was expected to sell jets worth $9.5 billion to Iran. See more of David Horsey cartoons at: st.news/david-horsey View other syndicated cartoonists at: st.news/cartoons
Tags: News, Opinion, Iran, Donald Trump, Boeing, David Horsey


Central American refugees show up at U.S. border

A caravan of refugees from Central America has arrived at the border, to the consternation of President Donald Trump, who has vowed to stop them. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/apr/30/central-american-asylum-seekers-caravan-forced-to-a-halt Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Horsey is a syndicated political cartoonist.  See more of David’s work at: st.news/DavidHorsey
Tags: News, Opinion, David, Donald Trump, Central America, David Horsey


Seattle’s proposed head tax would affect more than Amazon

The Seattle City Council is considering a tax on employee hours at large employers to raise money to fund homelessness services. On Wednesday, Amazon officials announced it paused construction of a building and will sublease other space, pending the outcome of the vote. Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Horsey is a syndicated political cartoonist.  See […]
Tags: Amazon, News, Opinion, Seattle, David Horsey, Seattle City Council


GOP election angst

Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Horsey is a syndicated political cartoonist.  See more of David’s work at: st.news/DavidHorsey
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Loser!

Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Horsey is a syndicated political cartoonist. Click here for more of David’s work.
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Golf on TV: The Honda Classic, Honda LPGA Thailand, Commercial Bank Qatar Masters

From a Golf Channel press release. ORLANDO, Fla. – The PGA TOUR shifts to Florida this week for The Honda Classic, as Rickie Fowler defends his 2017 title alongside Justin Thomas, Sergio Garcia and Tiger Woods. The European Tour stages the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters this week, with Race to Dubai leader Shubhankar Sharma leading the field. PGA TOUR The Honda Classic Dates: Feb. 22-25 Venue: PGA National Resort & Spa (Champion Course), Palm Beach Gardens, F...
Tags: Florida, Sport, Thailand, Golf, Rickie Fowler, Dubai, Honda, Orlando Fla, Yang, Fowler, Wang, David Horsey, Shubhankar Sharma, Jeunghun Wang, LPGA, Jimmy Walker


Lowry six behind Haas in Scottsdale

Rafael Gomez of Argentina poses with the trophy after the final round of the Staysure Tour Qualifying School Finals played at Pestana Golf Resort. Photo by Phil Inglis/Getty Images Shane Lowry carded a stop-start 70 to trail Bill Haas by six shots after the opening round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open in Arizona.The Clara man (30) never got any momentum going on the slick gr...
Tags: Sport, Malaysia, Arizona, Paraguay, Golf, Phil Mickelson, Kuala Lumpur, Pga Tour, European Tour, Argentina, Clarke, Shane Lowry, Darren Clarke, Lowry, Scottsdale, Phil


Woods chisels out "rusty" 72 as Power and Lowry start well at Torrey Pines

Tiger Woods showed flashes of his old brilliance in his return to action at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines in San Diego last night.But Rory McIlroy declared he’s also "ahead of schedule” in the build-up to the Masters after opening with an immaculate 65 in the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.Woods returned to the PGA Tour for the first time in 12 months and carded a level par 72 as West Waterford’s Seamus Power and Of...
Tags: Usa, England, Instagram, California, Sport, Manchester, Graeme Mcdowell, Golf, Tiger Woods, Rory Mcilroy, Pga Tour, Dubai, San Diego, Dustin Johnson, Bjork, Shane Lowry


Columnist Who 'Body-Shamed' Sarah Huckabee Sanders Apologizes On 'Megyn Kelly Today'

The Los Angeles Times writer and cartoonist who received widespread backlash for “body-shaming” in his column on Sarah Huckabee Sanders appeared on “Megyn Kelly Today” on Wednesday to address the incident. David Horsey apologized for describing Sanders as a “slightly chunky soccer mom” in his controversial column. 
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Columnist David Horsey apologizes for jab at Trump press secretary

David Horsey, a two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize and who formerly worked in Seattle, is under fire for describing President Trump’s press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, as a “slightly chunky soccer mom” in The Los Angeles Times.
Tags: News, Nation, Seattle, Trump, David Horsey, Nation & World, Nation & World Politics, Sarah Huckabee Sanders


Pulitzer-winning writer apologises for remarks on Trump spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ weight

"Sarah Huckabee Sanders does not look like the kind of woman Donald Trump would choose as his chief spokesperson." So began the Wednesday morning column of Los Angeles Times writer David Horsey. "I want to apologize to Times readers — and to Sarah Huckabee Sanders — for a description that was insensitive and failed to meet the standards of our newspaper," Horsey's statement reads.
Tags: News, Times, Donald Trump, Los Angeles Times, Trump, David Horsey, Horsey, Sarah Huckabee Sanders


"I want to apologize to Times readers — and to Sarah Huckabee Sanders — for a description that was insensitive and failed to meet the standards of our newspaper."

"It also failed to meet the expectations I have for myself. It surely won't be my last mistake, but this particular error will be scrupulously avoided in my future commentaries. I've removed the offending description."Wrote David Horsey, quoted in "A Pulitzer-winning columnist took jabs at Sarah Huckabee Sanders’s weight and appearance. He then apologized" (WaPo).I really don't give a damn that he apologized, because — big deal: He got lambasted for writing "Sarah Huckabee Sanders does not look ...
Tags: Law, Fat, Feminism, Cartoons, Times, Donald Trump, Apologies, Trump, Sanders, WaPo, Ivanka, David Horsey, Horsey, Brianna Wu, Feminine Beauty, Ann Althouse


L.A. Times columnist apologizes for 'insensitive' description of Sarah Huckabee Sanders

Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist David Horsey called Sanders a "slightly chunky soccer mom."            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Usa Today, Times, Sanders, David Horsey, Sarah Huckabee Sanders


Sarah Huckabee Sanders Called 'Slightly Chunky Soccer Mom' By Writer, Backlash Ensues

Los Angeles Times columnist David Horsey has apologized following a wave of backlash after he described White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders as “a slight chunky soccer mom” in a column about her role in President Donald Trump’s administration. Some two paragraphs have since been removed from the piece, and an apology from the Pulitzer Prize winner is now printed above the article.
Tags: News, White House, Donald Trump, Los Angeles Times, David Horsey, Sarah Huckabee Sanders


Made In Denmark Golf Tournament Winners and History – European Tour

The Made In Denmark tournament debuted in 2014. The inaugural winner was Marc Warren of Scotland. The Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort’s Backtree course is a 7,033 yard par 71.   Made In Denmark Winners Year Winner Country Score To par Margin 2016 Thomas Pieters Belgium 267 -17 1 stroke 2015 David Horsey  England 271 −13 2 strokes 2014 Marc Warren  Scotland 275 −9 2 strokes Made In Denmark European Tour golf tournament winners. The...
Tags: England, Scotland, Sport, Golf, European Tour, Belgium, Denmark, David Horsey, Thomas Pieters, Marc Warren, Marc Warren Scotland, Backtree


Happy Earth Day! Here Are All The Terrible Things Donald Trump Has Done So Far.

President Donald Trump gave many signals on the campaign trail that his presidency would be a disaster for the environment. He called global warming a “hoax” and “bullshit,” vowed to dismantle the Environmental Protection Agency, and undo regulations to revive the fossil fuel industry.   Almost 100 days into Trump’s tenure, the fears of environmentalists, scientists, public health advocates have been confirmed — and then some. Before he’d even been sworn in, Trump nominated several climate d...
Tags: Texas, News, Supreme Court, Obama, Montana, Washington, White House, America, United States, Paris, Rick Perry, National Mall, Associated Press, Energy Star, Epa, Keystone


Trophee Hassan II Winners and History

Although a European Tour event only since 2010, the Trophee Hassan II Golf Tournament has been played most years since 1971. It was established in 1971 by the late King Hassan II, and continues “under the patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI.” The tournament is played at Golf du Palais Royal in Agadir, Morocco, a Robert Trent Jones, Sr., design.  It was played at the Royal Golf Dar Es Salam in Rabat until 2011. The tournament drew interest almost immediately, counting Sam Snead and Johnny ...
Tags: Sport, Santiago, Morocco, Golf, Marcel Siem, European Tour, Colin Montgomerie, Seve Ballesteros, Ernie Els, Rabat, Sam Torrance, Hassan, David Horsey, Rhys Davies, Ken Green, Agadir Morocco


Hoey lurking in India but Dunne slips to career high 83

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Eddie Pepperell of England plays a shot during the continuation of the second round of the Hero Indian Open at DLF Golf and Country Club. March 11, 2017. Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images Michael Hoey will resume his third round just two strokes off the lead in the weather-delayed Hero Indian Open.As Paul Dunne followed his best week as a professional by slip...
Tags: England, India, America, Spain, Sport, Malaysia, Golf, European Tour, Portugal, Dubai, DLF Golf and Country Club, David Horsey, Hoey, Scott Jamieson, Matteo Manassero, Peter Uihlein


Hoey just three behind Chawrasia in Delhi

S.S.P. Chawrasia of India. Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images Michael Hoey took full advantage of a tournament invitation when he carded a second successive 71 to provisionally share fifth place in the weather-delayed Hero Indian Open in Delhi.Having lost his card last season, Hoey is chasing a sixth European Tour win that would solve all his problems and the 38-year-old is just ...
Tags: England, India, Sport, Golf, European Tour, Delhi, DLF Golf and Country Club, David Horsey, Hoey, Horsey, Michael Hoey, Asian Tour, Chawrasia, Warren Little Getty, Greystones Paul Dunne


Another fightback by Paul Dunne

NEW DELHI, INDIA - MARCH 09:  Matteo Manassero of Italy plays a shot during the first round of the Hero Indian Open at Dlf Golf and Country Club on March 9, 2017 in New Delhi, India.  (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images) Paul Dunne recovered from a poor start for the second week running to card a level par 72 in the weather-delayed opening round of the Hero Indian Open.In last ...
Tags: England, India, Spain, Sport, South Africa, Italy, Golf, European Tour, Northern Ireland, New Delhi India, DLF Golf and Country Club, David Horsey, Anthony Wall, Anirban Lahiri, Matteo Manassero, Eddie Pepperell


Tshwane Open Final Results 2017

Dean Burmeister of South Africa won his first European Title at the 2017 Tshwane Open. His finishing score of -18 gave him a three shot victory over Mikko Korhonen and Jorge Campillo. For a list of past winners of the Tshwane Open: Tshwane Open Winners and Tournament History Complete Tshwane Open Final Results 2017 are below:     Tshwane Open 2017 Final Results Pos Name R1 R2 R3 R4 Total To Par 1 Dean Burmester 68 68 65 65 266 -18 T2 Mikko Korhonen 6...
Tags: Sport, South Africa, Golf, European Tour, Jamie Donaldson, Chris Hanson, David Horsey, Haydn Porteous, James Morrison, Anthony Wall, Ross McGowan, Justin Walters, Du Plessis, Daniel Brooks, Jordan Smith, Scott Jamieson


Climate Change This Week: Vanishing Life, Solar Power Boom Year, and More!

Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. And the chances of Donald Trump's family and fortune surviving climate change are small, dwindling daily and irreversibly. Saving BUB, Beautiful Unique Biodiversity, as in the blooming orchids and flowers in this gorgeous video, is another reason to preserve carbon storing forests: 10% of all plants are endangered, a percentage growing as natural habitats are being wiped out by exploding human populations. Screen capture movinga...
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Climate Change This Week: Arctic Frying Disaster, Community Solar Is Competitive, and More!

Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. And the chances of Donald Trump's family and fortune surviving climate change are small, dwindling daily and irreversibly. Saving BUB, Beautiful Unique Biodiversity, as in these monkey face orchids that occur in Peru, is another reason to preserve carbon storing forests. Source www.hideme.io Forests: the cheapest way to store carbon OO Morocco Plants Millions Of Trees Along Roads To Fight Climate Change - A government-led tree-p...
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