Free will and cartooning

An opinion piece by Bill Stott Free will and cartooning: is this a no-brainer? Or will I realise hitherto unseen and earth-shattering truths whilst typing? A eureka moment like finally figuring out what the symbol on your car’s dashboard resembling a tap-dancing flukeworm represents. In some countries, drawing cartoons, usually political ones, which laud the state […]

Cartoonists and freedom of speech

The late editorial cartoonist Doug Marlette described the job of the cartoonist as follows: “Good cartoonists are also the point men for the First Amendment, testing the boundaries of free speech.” In his home country of the United States, the first amendment to the national constitution famously guarantees this right. It also does in India, […]