The official Osama bin Laden cartoon.

The official Osama bin Laden cartoon.
Yes, my Osama cartoon last week was fun to do, but this is the official Osama bin Laden cartoon – like the President’s Official Portrait. First Osama bin Laden cartoon I was in shock for the first couple of days – I guess we all were – but the main question that nagged at me,  ...

Obama found a horse head in his bed.

Obama found a horse head in his bed.
We’re all trying to figure out what his big announcement tonight is! Either that, or Osama bin Laden is dead. He’s dead, as it turns out. I heard the news oh boy on Wayne Resnick, KFI. I always try to catch him each week, but this time I only listened about half an hour before ...

National Velvet carried Elizabeth Taylor to stardom.

National Velvet carried Elizabeth Taylor to stardom.
At least, that’s my take on it. Why did she die at a fairly young age, 79? I looked it up in several sources, and it was congestive heart failure. That can slow you down. As I understand it, your heart becomes this squishy thing, not like a strong muscle, so your blood kind of ...

Charles Manson and Me.

Charles Manson and Me.
Oh, and Ted Rall, but not all in the same room, please. Charles Manson cartoons I’m the luckiest girl in the world, to get to do a cartoon on Charles Manson. Charles has been a bad boy again. I take special note of news about Manson since something he did affects me personally…The LA Times ...

Sarah Palin as suspect in Gabrielle Giffords shootout?

Sarah Palin as suspect in Gabrielle Giffords shootout?
J/K! Just kidding! Everyone knows it was Jared Loughlin who pulled the trigger, even though he was obviously under the spell of the right-wing media. Just Kidding again! I wanted to see if you were paying attention. So not true. He read the Communist Manifesto and was a Liberal. But lefties can’t get their fingers ...

Paul Conrad, cartoonist extraordinaire, died this week.

Paul Conrad, cartoonist extraordinaire, died this week.
All the cartoonists on Facebook are mentioning this, or linking to the obit in the LA Times: Paul Conrad, whose fiercely confrontational editorial cartoons made him one of the leading political provocateurs of the second half of the 20th century and who helped push the Los Angeles Times to national prominence, has died. He was ...