Complete list of all Political Cartoons through 2011!

A little housekeeping note I really love fooling around with my WordPress blogs, but it has always bothered me that when people are looking for cartoons on a certain topic, whether it’s Barack Obama, Sarah Palin, or Dancing with the Stars, that they may not be able to find all the cartoons on that topic. ...

Memorial Day cartoon.

Memorial Day cartoon.
Any excuse to draw a cemetery. This cartoon cracked me up, but I am dark, so dark. I don’t know who gets my cartoons, really. I’m just grateful that most editors do. But my editor at Slate didn’t put this really interesting drawing, with toned colors and mood and a really funny joke, on the ...

Political oil, immigration, Facebook cartoons for the LA Times for May 2, 2010.

Political oil, immigration, Facebook cartoons for the LA Times for May 2, 2010.
Of course, the two big stories this week are British Petroleum’s lies-and-dereliction-of-duties oil spill, and Arizona’s bill to curb illegal immigration. (Oh, and my car accident, but that’s big only to the people involved, and certainly won’t be mentioned in this week’s news for the Los Angeles Times… )Also, the Greek economy meltdown. I didn’t ...

Gizmodo, the new fence for Nick Denton.

Gizmodo, the new fence for Nick Denton.
Fence, as in a way for him to sell his devious, stolen, demented ideas to the public in all of his skeevy dreary blogs. I was interested in the news about Gizmodo and the iPhone last week, even though I don’t read/have either one, just because I like tech news.  It took me a couple ...

Am I mean?

Am I mean?
UPDATED*: First Day of Spring cartoon. First day of spring is officially March 20 this year (although I’ve always thought it was March 21), but because the clocks sprang forward one hour this weekend (hate), we’ll call this Spring Week. This made me laugh last night when I wrote it. It still makes me laugh! ...

Look how cute the NY Times op-ed is!

Look how cute the NY Times op-ed is!
Look, is this not adorable? Great whimsical cartoon-like illustrations by Katia Fouquet, who I have never noticed until now. In the opinion section of the New York Times, no less! There are 4 different paintings, each one representing climate change in various parts of the world. From the Times: Though this is a global issue, ...