Sacramento Bee editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman shows you the Trump Scout Handbook after President Donald Trump inserted political content into a speech Monday, July 24, 2017, at the National Scout Jamboree before 40,000 Boy Scouts.
After Don Bachardy, portraitist and caricaturist, visited his 1984 portrait of Gov. Jerry Brown at the Capitol, our Sacramento Bee editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman has some suggestions on who might be the next artist to capture the governor's image, if it's not Bachardy.
Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman of The Sacramento Bee visited Fresno on Friday, Nov. 18, 2016 for a talk and demonstration of his technique at Fresno State. Before that appearance, he visited The Fresno Bee (which also publishes his works) to share some of his wit and experiences.
Sacramento Bee Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman draws California's primary election night: Hillary Clinton, Darrell Steinberg and Donald Trump. Animation by McClatchy's Sohail Al-Jamea.
Sacramento Bee Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman draws Hillary Clinton's big moment as Bernie Sanders continues his fight for the Democratic presidential nomination. Animation by McClatchy's Sohail Al-Jamea.
Celebrations erupted at The Sacramento Bee for the awarding of the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartoons to Jack Ohman, The Bee's cartoonist since 2013. The prizes were announced Monday, April 18, 2016.
The Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartoons for 2016 goes to Jack Ohman of The Sacramento Bee. The prizes were announced Monday, April 18, 2016. Ohman previously worked at the Oregonian, the Detroit Free Press and the Columbus Dispatch. His work is syndicated to more than 200 newspapers by Tribune Media Services. A native Minnesotan, Ohman has won virtually every major American journalism award and was a Pulitzer finalist in 2012.
The Sacramento Bee's Jack Ohman was the special guest during recent Sacramento Comedy Spot show. Guests are interviewed about their life then the improv group performs scenes based on what they just heard.
Joe Kings wants to be your U.S. senator, and he wants it enough to take advice from California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom on critical political issues. Such as how to strike a decent pose. Remember: Look good, be good.