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Michael Ramirez

Michael Ramirez is a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist with the Las Vegas Review-Journal. His cartoons are syndicated by Creators. Michael won his second Pulitzer while at Investor's Business Daily.

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  • Trees have always been the solution. My worry is the govt would clear land to set up solar panels & remove the 2nd best repository for co2. Trees could be managed better. I know in my parts they let insect infestations get too far ahead before doing anything & there is new biotech that would decimate some of these pests.

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