My favorite cartoon from February.
Drawn after spending four afternoons and a full Friday raking & shoveling my roofs and moving a large portion of the snow a second time to get it out of the way of doors and paths. I'm ready to trade my NH roof rake for a paddle board paddle in Maui.
My favorite cartoon from January.
Because that #%@*& Citizens United ruling is one of my all-time political pet peeves.
This is my December favorite. Question, punchline, rimshot.
It's funny and gives a good whack to those sorely needing a good whack.
My favorite Concord Monitor editorial cartoon from November HAS to THIS
one! No one is happier to see the return of Mr. O'Brien than I am.
(On a professional level that is, from a personal politics standpoint, not so much.)
This is my pick of the litter for October.
I continue to be amazed by the ignorance and misinformation that so many people will base their votes on today. This cartoon barely scratches the surface of the sad state of our electorate.
This cartoon covers one of my biggest political pet peeves: candidates who play dirty. I mean dirtier than the normal dirty.
A lot of the campaigning today seems designed to fool people into voting for a candidate. How pathetic.
And they smile while they do it.
Or is that a smirk...?
A couple dozen people have a rough time with "spice" and the state closes stores and declares a medical state of emergency. Thousands have a rough time thanks to alcohol and we build bigger liquor stores!!!!!
This is my favorite cartoon from July.
It's hilarious what some people consider a freedom these days.
I note that the wording from the poll was that
a majority of Americans "feel" less free.
As is typical with many Americans their perception always