•November 2, 2013 • Leave a Comment
I just did this illustration to put on a sweatshirt for my daughter. Nice change-up from political satire. If you can’t read the link at bottom, it’s http://www.cafepress.com/star_wares . That’s where I’ll be making available a number of products with this design.
•May 2, 2013 • Leave a Comment
Blissfully unaware that he’d forgotten Mother’s Day, Bob gets an email. No, Bob! Don’t cli….
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•April 26, 2013 • Leave a Comment
Rhetorical question, of course. I just happened to hear for the mmmmmmth time the opening to Sean Hannity’s radio program, which contains “‘we’ll put a boot in your ass / it’s the American way” from Toby Keith‘s “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)” — something that gripes me every time I hear it.
And every time I hear it I can’t help but think of how Ron Paul pointed out so consistently during the 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns that such an attitude underlying American foreign policy is largely responsible for our woes around the world.
Why can’t we just lead by example rather than by throwing our weight around?
•April 23, 2013 • Leave a Comment
Last week’s news included one of those things that just leaves your mouth hanging open. “If babies had guns they wouldn’t be aborted,” reads the bumper sticker for Republican Rep. Steve Stockman’s re-election campaign. Even in the world of cartoons (arguably saner than that of Capitol Hill), no self-defense scenario imaginable comes out well. Shooting yourself out of the womb just doesn’t compute.
Trust it to politicians to screw up two perfectly reasonable messages by scrambling them together.
Yeah, it’s always best if an individual can protect herself from violence. After all, wherever you go then, there’s your bodyguard.
I’ve long been critical of the liberal propensity to dismiss conservative views by belittling their proponents as idiots. Oh, well … here’s a freebie. Go for it.
•April 20, 2013 • Leave a Comment
Tyger Gilbert was best man at my wedding. At that time, if I recall correctly, he was just starting his hobby of digital photography, though he’d been a hiker off an on all his life. In the last decade or so he has combined photography and hiking as his favorite pastime, and the images he produces are often breathtaking. I just wanted to take this opportunity to recommend to everyone a visit to his website, http://www.tygergilbert.com for a look at his wares. It just so happens he’s celebrating the launch of his first “coffee table” book of photos, which I think deserves to be a big hit. Enjoy!
•April 11, 2013 • 1 Comment
MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry caused a ruckus the other day with her assertion that Americans should move from a “parents own their kids” to a “communities own their kids” way of thinking. Right wing voices in the talkosphere have since been vociferously defending parental ownership of their children. Tristan Shoubt, as usual, offers a different take in his latest political cartoon.
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