Tag Archives: latinos

LOS ANGELES TIMES CARTOON: Arizona Gives the Business

I draw cartoons for The Los Angeles Times about issues related to California and the Southland (metro Los Angeles).

This week: An Arizona business group will fly 100 chief executives to Arizona to try to lure their companies into leaving California.

The First Step

After their defeat in the 2012 presidential race, the Republican Party reassesses its history of anti-Latino rhetoric, as well as racism, sexism and homophobia. They seem ready to be quiet about their beliefs, not to change them.

LOS ANGELES TIMES CARTOON: Lower the Ladder a Little

I draw cartoons for The Los Angeles Times about issues related to California and the Southland (metro Los Angeles).

This week: In the nearly two decades since Californians voted to bar undocumented immigrants from utilizing public schools and hospitals, the state’s electorate has become increasingly tolerant toward people who are in the country illegally, although it remains tough on border security and enforcement, a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll shows. The shift is partly explained by the growing clout of Latinos, who now make up 20% of California voters. But the attitudes of whites also appear to have changed.

Los Angeles Times Cartoon: Free-Range Republicans

I draw cartoons for The Los Angeles Times about issues related to California and the Southland (metro Los Angeles).

This week: So many Californians have left the Republican Party that GOP politicians are changing their official affiliation to “independent.”