December 22nd, 2010, Fairfax, VA—Award-winning Americans for Limited Government (ALG) cartoonist William Warren is honored to have five of his best cartoons published in the book, Best Editorial Cartoons of the Year, 2011 Edition.
“William Warren is very deserving of this honor,” said ALG President Bill Wilson. “We are proud and privileged to have him work for ALG. He produces great work and it is no wonder that five of his cartoons were selected for the book.”
With new cartoons featured three days a week on ALG’s website, Warren’s cartoons are right on with the political issues of the day with an added dose of humor.
In an exclusive interview with ALG News, Warren talks about life as a conservative cartoonist, his influences, and his views on contemporary political events.
Warren gave his thoughts on what makes a funny political cartoon: “A funny and successful cartoon must be rooted in truth. If it’s a lie, no one will find it amusing. Secondly, it has to put a clever spin on an issue and twist that issue to the point of absurdity. And it has to be delivered well, which is where art, caricature, composition, and style come into play.”
“ALG’s Award-Winning Cartoonist Talks Skills, Passion and Talent,” December 22nd, 2010.
“Obama Monument,” February 2nd, 2010.
“Veered to the Left,” March 10th, 2010.
“Earth to NASA,” July 7th, 2010.
“How ‘Bout a Cold Drink,” July 27th, 2010.
“Insurmountable Odds,” September 2nd, 2010.