Saturday, March 08, 2008
Here are some recent cartoons that will hopefully tide you over until next week. I've started blogging on our new national Politicker site, and eventually this whole blog will be moving over there. If you want to check it out, you can click here.
Here are some recent posts:
Larry David answers the Red Phone
Bill Watterson: Editorial Cartoonist
Today's Maryland cartoon
Wednesday, March 05, 2008
Hello everybody! Sorry about the lack of posts. With the primary going on, and new stuff at work, I haven't had the time to update it.
One thing that's going to happen in the next couple weeks is I'll be migrating this blog over to the Politicker's national site, where I'll continue to post my cartoons, as well as sketches, materials, and my commentary on other cartoons and fun stuff going on in politics. It should be a blast.
Monday, March 03, 2008
Anne Estabrook, candidate for the GOP nomination of the U.S. Senate seat to run against Frank Lautenberg, evokes Ronald Reagan here as she can't seem to figure out what her position on gun control is.
Good thing they didn't ask her about Iraq.
Click on image for full cartoonHillary Clinton is back to her old tricks, pulling out the red phone straight from the Walter Mondale campaign and attempting to scare people to vote for her:
Good thing she's running against a candidate that can think on his feet, and respond to these things swiftly:
Here's the sketch:
Just found this great video, and I thought I'd share. It's Bill Clinton in October 2004 speaking on behalf of John Kerry on the politics of fear vs the politics of hope.
Sunday, March 02, 2008
Click on image for full cartoonSorry I was slow to post this, but it's been a busy last couple of days. But on Friday, I posted a cartoon over on PolitickerNV.com about the rumors swirling about Governor Jim Gibbons' possible divorce of his wife. They are holding a family meeting in the governor's mansion this instant, and we'll see what the outcome is tomorrow.
The Las Vegas Gleaner had this to say:
"(If) the nation's scurviest governor is willing to consider the possibility that sometimes there comes a point where it is better to end a marriage rather than cling steadfastly to a commitment for commitment's sake, perhaps he might also be persuaded to rethink his "no new taxes" pledge."