Just Another Sloe News Day

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

This week: A bill proposed by a California state legislator would extend last call to 4 a.m. in some California cities. Do we really need two extra hours of drinking?

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About Ted Rall

Ted Rall is the political cartoonist at ANewDomain.net, editor-in-chief of SkewedNews.net, a graphic novelist and author of many books of art and prose, and an occasional war correspondent. He is the author of the biography "Trump," to be published in July 2016.

One thought on “LOS ANGELES TIMES CARTOON: Last Call

  1. The UK went from 10:30 pm closings to 24 hour service, sorta, then 21 hours. Same hue and cry. Everyone forgets the reason for the odd hours they used to have was due to factory owners and such making sure their peons, er, workers had their noses to the grindstone during WWI.


    More like the Grundies just couldn’t stand to see someone else have a good time. Drug repression still goes on, and on, and on. One wag said that if you can’t get drunk by 10:30 you weren’t trying.

    What with people working all kinds of shifts I fail to see what the problem is. The guy working from midnight to 8am is just out of luck, unless he wants to booze up before work. Nothing the government likes more than to repress something they find personally distasteful. (As long as they can do it themselves since they have their own bar at home)