Eccentric. Unpragmatic. Quixotic. Those are the kinder words tossed around recently to describe Texas Congressman Ron Paul, whose libertarian campaign kicked off a new nationwide initiative on Sept. 8 to organize and mobilize young voters, a group that offered him strong support four years ago. The Boston Globe’s Garrett Quinn says he now has a chance to shine. Charles Lane at The Washington Post has perhaps a more apt description of his campaign and ideas, calling him simply “loopy“.
"Paul Szep's pen is the editorial equivalent of a cruise missile" Matt Lauer, host of NBC's "Today Show"
Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner and chief editorial cartoonist at The Boston Globe from 1967 – 2001, Paul Szep has been described as a pioneering cartoonist with “scathing wit and a drawing style that turns editorial cartoons into pieces of art.” Awards include the international Thomas Nast Prize, two Society of Professional Journalists’ Sigma Delta Chi prizes, a National Headliner Award and National Cartoonists Society awards for editorial and sport cartooning. He has also been a contributor to Golf Digest, authored a handful of books and is a Harvard University Fellow.