Political Cartoon Contest Winners

AR Staff, September 8, 2014

We recently announced a political cartoon contest in which readers could offer their ideas; the best would be selected for illustration. We sorted through the excellent submissions and sent our favorites to our talented volunteer cartoonist. Here are the results.

Our first winner is commenter Truthseeker.


Our second winner wishes to remain anonymous.


The winners will each receive a caricature of someone whose photo they choose to send us. Thank you to everyone who participated.

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  • [Guest]

    Good work!

  • I love the second one.

    Because the real world’s non-white people are voting for white supremacy with their feet.

    • Raydonn

      Migration is but one direction, from darkness to light…………..we build the most beautiful mansions in human history but fail to lock the proverbial doors…..

      • Sick of it

        Good fences make for good neighbors, as the old saying goes.

  • DaveMed

    Well done.

  • TruthBeTold

    Difficult to pick. Both strike at the truth.

    The second really highlights the absurdity of minorities demanding to enter a country they condemn as ‘racist’.

    The first is a bit disturbing.

  • Eagle_Eyed

    They both work with similar ideas, although I think the bottom one is better. Great work!

  • Tim_in_Indiana

    I like the second one. The first is a little too cerebral. The second really highlights the hypocrisy of immigrants and the left. But a good job was done on both.

  • Adolf Verloc

    Well done! Both are good, but the second highlights the hypocrisy of those who would strain every fiber to live in a country where they are supposedly mistreated.

  • The second one is perfect.

  • BernieGoetzFan

    Both are good but the second is absolutely perfect.

  • Truthseeker

    Even though the first one was based on my suggestion, I actually think the second one is a little better. I’m honored just to have had my idea chosen. I’ll have to think about who I want a caricature of.

    • Ian Thomas

      Good work, man.

    • me


  • NoMosqueHere

    The second one is excellent. It implies that the war of defamation against whites is waged largely by self hating whites. Third worlders just want to live with us, which I suppose is a normal feeling.

    • Fair Dinkum

      They don’t want to live with us. They just want to live among us, because they want a share of our relative properity.

  • Alexandra1973

    I like them both.

  • Opression?

    • MekongDelta69

      Good catch…

    • Franklin_Ryckaert

      Multiple choise (for immigrants) :
      1) opresion,2) oppresion, 3) opression, 4) oppression.

  • Bobbala

    The last time a black population rid itself of white racist oppression was Rhodesia … then they got hungry.

    • dukem1

      Better than them getting Hungary.

    • kikz2

      guess you caught the Boer article here…..interesting reading.

    • Michigan Patriot

      Mass starvation for the racist , gentle giant , devils !

      • Bobbala

        They seem to prefer it that way.

  • OhWow

    The second one is so fitting. If America was half as “racist” and “white supremacist” as liberals said it is, then no minorities would come here.

    • UncleSham

      Not true. They will try to come here no matter how racist we are. Many Black Africans died trying to get into South Africa during apartheid. They may claim to hate Whitey, but the scraps from the Whitey’s table are still much greater than what they could produce on their own.

  • Zimriel

    I like the second one. Fewer taglines.

    I always felt that the more taglines, the less credit the artist gives to our IQ.

  • kikz2

    here’s one i found the other day.. needs a bit of retouch for the US…

    i was unaware we had a contest 🙂

    • Harry

      Biting the hand that feeds you!

    • Ian Thomas

      LOL is that an Asian person on the far left? Hahahahaha

      • Jack Burton

        Yeah that’s great, Asian caricatures are funny.

    • CourtneyfromAlabama

      Uh oh! Look at all the stereotypes in this pic. My two favorites are the Asian and black in the front with the large teeth. Let’s not revert back to 1930s cartoons now!

  • ejXinMI

    Real talent! Congratulations!

  • Caucasoid88

    These are amazing. Great work.

  • Mason Gull

    The first one is overly labeled. We can see that it’s a third world squatter camp without the sign.

  • ViktorNN

    Love number two… but you gotta fix the incorrect spelling of “oppression.”

    • HenryWWolff

      We will have a corrected version up shortly.

  • Harry

    What about making political cartoons like these into animated versions, like Mickey Mouse, Bugs Bunny, and The Simpsons?

    Eh, what’s up, white people!?

  • Mack0

    How about a cartoon where a respectable white male tells a black thug to pull himself up by his bootstraps. The next panel shows the black male pointing a gun at the white guy saying Gimme yo bootstraps.

    • Michigan Patriot

      You are being too polite; he would demand the whole boot & the rest of his clothes, too ! Then shoot the Whitey anyway.


    I like them both. However, I think I like the train one best considering we have thousands of people on a train just like that headed for America as I write this. Apparently they are all gluttons for White Supremacy styled oppression. Go figure eh, there seems to be quite the appetite for it these days.

  • Simonetta

    The second one brings to mind the irony of American black people’s obsession with slavery when there are so many thousands of people south of the border trying desperately to come here and be, essentially, slaves. Working whatever job that they can for whatever anyone is willing to pay them, with no legal protections or safety standards enforced on whatever work they do manage to find. Of course, that’s not entirely true, but it is basically true.

    I’m always annoyed by Latin-American intellectuals decrying “Yankee imperialism”. If I recall correctly, ‘imperialism’ is when thousands of people from one country come into another country, refuse to leave, steal blindly the invaded countries resources, and send those resources back to the invader’s country for the enrichment of the people of the invading country.

    So isn’t it imperialism when millions of Mexicans, Salvadorians, and Guatemalans sneak into the USA, refuse to register their presence or leave, take the public welfare and social benefits legally denied to them, and ship back to their original countries the wages from jobs that they are illegally working at in this country?

    Uh, no, the intellectuals say. Imperialism is when American companies set up operations in Latin America, and then illegally steal the profits of these enterprises from the workers, and bring those profits back to the USA.

    But every American corporate enterprise is the result of thousands of hours plodding through hundreds of pages of legal red tape demanded by the leaders of the countries where this so-called exploitation is taking place. And most of the time, it was those leaders who invited the American corporations to set up operations in their country in the first place. And those leaders set up the pay levels of their people’s labor when those operations are started.

    Ah, yes, the intellectuals say. But the Americans show up and offer the local government officials huge bank loans though the IMF for massive development projects that are unnecessary. The local government officials take those loans and do a pisspoor job building these useless projects. These development projects inevitably fail to produce the expected revenue, the loans go unpaid, and the Americans pick up the country’s valuable natural resources for pennies on the dollar as collateral for these defaulted loans. And they do it over and over again.

    So it’s our fault that your leaders are insufferably corrupt and stupid? Couldn’t that possibly be, uh, your fault for not getting rid of them? You know, a “fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me” kind of situation?

    Latino intellectuals can be just so … exasperating!

    Gee, with all the American troops coming back from Afghanistan (finally), there are a lot of jumbo jets arriving here full of people and going back there empty. Maybe we should just fill these planes with the people caught sneaking across our border three or more times instead of just dropping them off in Tijuana or Juarez. Let the Taliban deal with the Mexicans in their own inimitable fashion.

  • CourtneyfromAlabama

    Great work, guys! I find it funny that these groups insist on living with us while at the same time claiming that their ancient “civilizations” were always better than what we had in Europe ( I am speaking of ALL nonwhites). I see those types of arguments all over the internet. Some of them will even claim the Greeks and Romans were more related to arabs than to other Europeans, so we in fact can’t claim them anyways. Give me a break! Why do they have to label Greeks and Romans as something other than white if these nonwhite civilizations were so much better?

    • Leon NJ

      Don’t you know that some African tribes back in the day were performing brain surgery while our ancestors were living in huts and beating our wives over the head with a mammoth bone? lol

      • Jack Burton

        According to NOI, blacks had already advanced to intergalactic space travel in ancient times. Somehow primitive whites were able to conquer them, enslave them and erase all evidence of their advanced civilization?

      • CourtneyfromAlabama

        The myths about what blacks did are pretty funny, but it is the ones about the Chinese, arabs, etc…. that irritate me the most, since they are more believable.

  • Mack0

    Both are very funny but the first is absolutely true, frighteningly true. Whites could break off and build a new nation from scratch and blacks would be at the gates demanding a piece of the pie. Their sense of entitlement is unbearably high.

  • Jim

    Both are excellent cartoons, but I actually prefer the second place winner. Regardless, both are newspaper worthy…but don’t expect to see them in the Miami Herald anytime soon.

  • Good stuff! I am sure both of these will be passed around for many years to come.

  • Jim Kental

    Here’s a good one

    • Jack Burton

      That was a completely random, mass-black gang attack on one lone white that they targeted among a crowd of black bystanders, which is reported by an unbiased, totally objective media with no agenda and leaving no facts out.

    • Or as I like to quip….”just one more tragic case in a long line of ‘isolated incidents’……”

  • Cid Campeador

    IS the first one a caricature of Irreverend Jesse?