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'''Daryl Cagle''' is the daily [[editorial cartoonist]] for [[MSNBC.com]] and is the world's most widely syndicated and reprinted newspaper cartoonist with close to 900 subscribing newspapers. Approximately three million regular, unique users visit Cagle's Professional Cartoonists Index site each month, making it the most popular cartoon site, of any kind, on the Internet. It is also the most widely used education site in Social Studies classrooms around the world.
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'''Daryl Cagle''' is the daily [[editorial cartoonist]] for [[MSNBC.com]] and is the world's most widely syndicated and reprinted newspaper cartoonist with close to 900 subscribing newspapers. Approximately three million regular, unique users visit Cagle's Professional Cartoonists Index site each month, making it the most popular cartoon site, of any kind, on the Internet. It is also the most widely used education site in Social Studies classrooms around the world. this guy is gay
   
 
For the past thirty years, Cagle has been one of America's most prolific cartoonists. Raised in [[California]], Cagle went to college at UC Santa Barbara, then moved to New York City where he worked for ten years with [[Jim Henson]]'s [[Muppets]], illustrating scores of books, magazines, calendars and all manner of products.
 
For the past thirty years, Cagle has been one of America's most prolific cartoonists. Raised in [[California]], Cagle went to college at UC Santa Barbara, then moved to New York City where he worked for ten years with [[Jim Henson]]'s [[Muppets]], illustrating scores of books, magazines, calendars and all manner of products.

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Daryl Cagle is the daily editorial cartoonist for MSNBC.com and is the world's most widely syndicated and reprinted newspaper cartoonist with close to 900 subscribing newspapers. Approximately three million regular, unique users visit Cagle's Professional Cartoonists Index site each month, making it the most popular cartoon site, of any kind, on the Internet. It is also the most widely used education site in Social Studies classrooms around the world. this guy is gay

For the past thirty years, Cagle has been one of America's most prolific cartoonists. Raised in California, Cagle went to college at UC Santa Barbara, then moved to New York City where he worked for ten years with Jim Henson's Muppets, illustrating scores of books, magazines, calendars and all manner of products.

Cagle drew a daily editorial cartoon panel titled, "TRUE!" for Tribune Media Services in the 1990s and went on to draw local editorial cartoons for Hawaii's Midweek newspaper. He moved to drawing daily cartoons for Gannett's Honolulu Advertiser newspaper, he became the cartoonist for Slate.com in 2000; in 2005 Cagle moved from Slate.com to become the cartoonist for the internet's top news site, MSNBC.com.

In 2001, Cagle started a new syndicate, Cagle Cartoons, Inc., which has grown to be the largest distributor of editorial cartoons in America, syndicating Cagle's cartoons to more subscribing newspapers than any other American editorial cartoonist or group of cartoonists. Cagle's online store is at politicalcartoons.com. Cagle Cartoons, Inc.. distributes the cartoons of about fifty editorial cartoonists and columnists to over eight hundred newspapers. Cagle also edits an annual book titled, "The Best Political Cartoons of the Year." Other Cagle books include "The BIG Book of Bush Cartoons," and "TRUE, the Complete Encyclopedia of Human Knowledge." He has illustrated dozens of books. Cagle is a past president of the National Cartoonists Society.

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These examples of Cagle's cartoons are posted with permission.