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Lee Judge: Stuff They Wouldn't Print

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The Stuff They Wouldn't Print: A Collection of Rejected Political Cartoons includes Judge's take on Tiger Woods' troubles, Ronald Reagan's colon surgery, and an imagined talk between Hillary Clinton and Lorena Bobbit.By Central Standard

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Lee Judge has been a political cartoonist for 34 years, and spent most of those years drawing for the Kansas City Star.

His latest work is a collection of cartoons called Stuff They Wouldn't Print, all selections of his work that have never appeared in a newspaper. 

Lee joined Central Standard host Jabulani Leffal to discuss the fine balance between offensive and interesting.

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Judge began his career drawing political cartoons for the Sacramento Union in 1976. He was hired by The Star in 1981. His political cartoons have appeared in hundreds of newspapers and magazines, including: The New York Times, The Washington Post, Washington Monthly, and National Review.

Judge's Opinion: Lee's cartoons on The Kansas City Star

LISTEN: Lee Judge profiled on KC Currents

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