Monthly Archives: June 2017

Altered States

There are some people who live out on the very fringes of the left and the right. They’ve constructed an alternate universe where everything is black and white with no shades of grey. It’s a harsh place, where conspiracies are … Continue reading

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Just Another Reminder…

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Road Murals

The inspiration for this cartoon was a childhood memory of a cut-out CHP car that used to be on old Highway 40 somewhere around Pinole, if I remember right. If we can’t have real cops out there, a few of … Continue reading

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All Eyes On The New Guy

The Official Famous Marching Presidents & First Ladies T-shirt design for their 30th trek down Broad Street come September.

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Half A Carrot

I drew this cartoon sometime shortly before 9/11. It was apparent to me then that there was a growing divide between the American left and right. The chasm between them has only grown since then, to the point where it … Continue reading

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Myc James

It is with a heavy heart that I must report the passing of Myc James. Without going into detail, Myc had been in poor health for the last year or so. His daughter Rachel has been keeping us informed as … Continue reading

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Thinking Of Downsizing?

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Watching EPA Director Scott Pruitt dance around the climate question last week was amazing. So much energy expended to say so little…

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A Mystery Wrapped In An Enigma

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Appetite For Appropriation

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