Editorial cartoon showing the budget pie being split, with the largest chunk going to charter schools.

Splitting the Pie

It seems that people can't resist using pies and pie charts when talking about budgets. Well, Aaron Smith shows us how the education pie is being split in the Governor's budget – and who's getting the biggest slice?

Santa Visits Mitch

Mitch McConnell gets a special visit from Santa, as captured by Aaron Smith. Read the whole post to get the whole story, in this two-part cartoon.

Mitch’s High Standards

With Roy Moore, even Mitch McConnell finally found a Republican he couldn't support. Seeing this, Aaron Smith thought it was time McConnell got an award.

Dan Johnson’s Priorities

In the wake of the Las Vegas massacre, state Rep. Dan Johnson has made his priorities pretty clear. Aaron Smith lays it out in his latest cartoon.

Mitch’s Line

What does it take for Mitch McConnell to REALLY draw a line in the sand? Our cartoonist, Aaron Smith, makes it pretty clear for us.

Two Kinds of Pork at Fancy Farm

In his latest cartoon, Aaron Smith points out the two kinds of "pork" that got handed out at Fancy Farm this year.

McConnell’s Smokescreen

Sometimes, when you lay down a smokescreen to confuse your opponents, it winds up hurting you instead. McConnell found that out, and Aaron Smith is on it.

Bevin’s New Crime Plan

Gov Bevin's prayer walk solution to the crime problem is not only a new approach to the issue, but it SAVES MONEY as well! Aaron Smith's cartoon explains.

KY Health: Whose Fault Is It?

Eight counties in Kentucky have seen the biggest decline in life expectancy in the country. Whose fault is that? Aaron Smith gives us the answer.

Bevin to Trump: The Secret Connection

We recently learned that "microwaves can spy on people." Aaron Smith shows us another use that President Trump and our own Matt Bevin have figured out.

The Mitch McConnell Escape Kit

Aaron Smith dreams up a new product to help raise funds for ForwardKY. We think we know a certain Senator who may want a rush order!

Choice in Kentucky

As Governor Bevin noted, choice is so American. But maybe not for all Americans ...