I did this cartoon for
The Sacramento Bee.
This week: President Obama swung through California again this week. As usual, he didn’t set foot in the Central Valley, ground zero for the mortgage meltdown.
This entry was posted in Blog and tagged 2012 presidential campaign, Air Force One, airplane, Campaign Finance Reform, Central Valley, Economy, Foreclosure, Fundraising, Local Cartoon, mortgage meltdown, President Barack Obama, Recession, Sacramento Bee, Underemployment, Unemployment, Willie Sutton on . October 11, 2012
People fought and died for our right to choose between two center-right corporate-owned warmongering candidates. Why’d they bother?
This entry was posted in and tagged 2012 presidential campaign, crap, Economy, Election, Eviction, Foreclosure, Obama, Romney, Sidewalk, Stupid, voting on . October 3, 2012
Obama gets props for foreign policy wins like killing bin Laden. But where is his attention to the homefront, where the economy is melting down and revolution is brewing?
This entry was posted in and tagged assassination, Eviction, Foreclosure, homelessness, House, Obama, Occupy Wall Street movement, Osama bin Laden, protest, Tents on . October 19, 2011
The video game “Budget Hero” lets players try to balance the federal budget. What if all problems are solved by video games in the future?
This entry was posted in and tagged Budget Cuts, Computer, Debt Limit Crisis, deficit spending, federal budget, Foreclosure, gamers, Internet, matrix, national public radio, npr, prayer, taxation, Video Games, virtual, Virus on . July 27, 2011
Republicans can stop joking around: they know as well as anyone that paying off the jobless is the best way to keep people from rioting in the streets—and them in power.
Everyone’s getting a bailout. Just not people who need them.
This entry was posted in and tagged Bailout, Bailouts, Crisis, depression, Economy, Foreclosure, Foreclosures, Homeowners, mortgage, Mortgage crisis, Philately, Recession, subprime on . November 24, 2008
People need help. Banks get it instead. The only nice part is, it’s interesting to see rank capitalism, and its perverse relationship with government, exposed in all its glory.