Being born and raised in Wisconsin, I grew up around hunting, hunters and the tradition.To see the rest of the cartoons I’ve drawn in January, click HERE.
Former Mayor Sam Halloin was the first Mayor I got to cartoon about when I first started at the Press-Gazette. I made several cartoon on the Dr. Suess theme of “Sam, I am.” He seemed to be good-natured about this … Continue reading
A New Year means, out with the old and in with the new… unless you are Congress. Check out my complete gallery of cartoons drawn in December by clicking HERE.
Some believe that the world will end on December 21st because the Mayan long-count calendar ends on that day. I think the world will end on Dec. 31st because my 2012 desk calendar ends on that day. Please check out … Continue reading
I get the feeling that the media is going to go hyper for the next year. To view my gallery of December cartoons, click HERE.
For the last twelve months the weather has been extreme. The climate change deniers have had a tough time defending their position (as if it’s defensible). To me, the science is there as well as the records that were broken. … Continue reading
Much has been said and written about the commercialism of Christmas. Defenders of the Holiday have gone out of their way to point out that is “Merry Christmas” and not anything else… I beg to differ. Check out my complete … Continue reading
Now’s your chance to win $500,000,000! Or, donate the same amount to a charity and really be a winner! Check out the rest of my November cartoons by clicking HERE.
It’s time to donate food to your local food pantry or bank. Executive Editor Mike Knuth writes about the Press-Gazette’s “Stock the Shelves” campaign. I however, am still drawing about the “other” campaign. You can read Mike’s editorial from Nov. … Continue reading
Wisconsin’s deer gun hunting seasons begins! More than 600,000 hunters out there and the majority know how to handle themselves. However, there are always a few that take it to the extremes. To check out other cartoons I’ve drawn in … Continue reading