Michael Ramirez: Mourning for Maui 08-11-23
From America's Premier Editorial Cartoonist
Deadly wildfires in Maui take dozens of lives and decimate the historic town of Lahaina.—Michael
A hui hou means “until we meet again.” It is a sign of respect and is meant to convey a feeling of hope. Michael and I have spent time in Maui, most notably with Michael speaking at the Republican club there. Many friends have lost so much, and our hearts go out to everyone affected by this disaster.
What we know about the cause of the Maui wildfires —Adela Suliman, Lyric Li, Tamia Fowlkes, Washington Post
Wildfires Leave at Least 53 Dead on Hawaii's Maui —Alicia A. Caldwell, Suryatapa Bhattacharya, Christine Mai-Duc, Wall Street Journal
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Democrats Say It’ll Take A Lot More Than Eyewitness Testimony, Bank Records, Audio, Video, Complete Confessions For Them To Believe Biden Did Anything Wrong. —Babylon Bee
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