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HARRISBURG PATRIOT-NEWS CARTOON: Gone to the Dogs

Gone to the Dogs

This cartoon is for The Patriot-News in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

A Pennsylvania state legislator, made aware that the state does not ban eating cats and dogs, has proposed a bill banning that apparently less-than-widespread practice.

HARRISBURG PATRIOT-NEWS CARTOON: Radar Gun Alternatives

Radar Gun AlternativesThis cartoon is for The Patriot-News in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Police in the state of Pennsylvania aren’t allowed to track speeders with radar guns. Now they’re reconsidering the policy. But what about other alternatives?

HARRISBURG PATRIOT-NEWS CARTOON: Runaway Teachers

This cartoon is for The Patriot-News in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Teachers are fleeing the Susquehanna school system in record numbers. Parents blame the administration for not supporting teachers, especially in discipline matters.

Runaway Susquehanna Teacher

HARRISBURG PATRIOT-NEWS CARTOON: Fracking Democrats

This cartoon is for The Patriot-News in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

The Democratic Party can’t decide what it cares about most: its liberal base, which cares about the environment, or its campaign coffers, which receive major donations by energy companies.

Fracking Democrats

HARRISBURG PATRIOT-NEWS CARTOON: The Decline and Fall of Great Powers

This cartoon is for The Patriot-News in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Experts say there’s absolutely no way anyone can scrape up the $1 billion it would cost to fix the endemic congestion of traffic on Interstate 83 outside Harrisburg. Yet there’s always money for wars.

The Decline and Fall of Great Empires

HARRISBURG PATRIOT-NEWS CARTOON: PennDOT’s Cellphone Addiction

It’s been well established that cellphone use – texting and talking – don’t mix well with driving. So why is Pennsylvania’s Department of Transportation (PennDOT) pushing to improve cellphone service along state roads? That’s the subject of my cartoon for the Harrisburg Patriot-News, for which I draw cartoons about state and local politics.

Less Wear and Tear