|Cartoonist Daryl Cagle lampooned President Trump's embarrassing Twitter poop, such as this week's "covfefe."|
|This cartoon from Dave Granlund suggests what Trump son-in-law and greedy real estate executive Jared Kushner envisioned during the transition for back-channel communications with Russia.|
|An Internet meme that appeared as tensions rose after North Korean missile tests.|
"His untruths about his tax plan, immigrants, voter fraud, crime and many other subjects serve a similar purpose. They attempt to create enough confusion about basic facts that Trump’s preferred policies, and his kleptocratic approach to government, can start to sound sensible. In reality, those policies would benefit the affluent (starting with his own family) at the expense of most Americans."
Times to cut editors
But the caption under a photo of one of the plants is in error, saying it is "slated for closure by PSEG Power."
And more than once in the text the reporter wrote "Thursday," and no editor changed that to "today."
Fat but healthy
On Wednesday, a large photo of Dr. Mehmet and Lisa Oz of Cliffside Park appeared on The Record's Better Living front to promote "the couple's most recent collaboration," a cookbook.
"The Oz Family Kitchen" is described as more than 100 of her favorite recipes "supplemented with healthy eating tips" from him.
What's wrong with this picture?
The doctor's wife is clearly overweight, and she apparently ignores her husband's "healthy eating tips."
That's not very good advertising for the book.