David likes to draw political cartoons. Parody and visual concepts mixed with current events allows for looking into government, politics, and history in a different way. See his recent work below:
She was so thrilled to get to Washington, she can’t remember events from early January 2021.
The Thomases, getting their story straight.
Sarah Palin recently took on the New York Times and the First Amendment. She’s still trying to understand libel law and being in the crosshairs, I mean spotlight.
Calm, cool, and collected, Joe Burrow has transformed Cincinnati.
Gaetz-gate. Not a good sign for the Congressman from Florida.
Both the U.S. District and Circuit Court of Appeals have disagreed with Trump. We’ll see what SCOTUS does before long.
Just helping to send out the Bat Signal.
Last week Dr. Oz–a real quack in his own right–announced he was running for U.S. Senate from Pennsylvania. Another celebrity trying to ride their stardom as an excellent policy maker to Washington.
The Q Shaman–we all knew him before Jan 6, right?–got what he deserved.
The Kyle Rittenhouse trial has proven to be unique and unusual. The judge has an odd, angry style reminiscent of our country’s first impeached judge and perhaps the most famous one. This cartoon could be entitled “The Fox News Audition.”
Glenn Youngkin, in his quest to be Virginia’s governor, kept Donald Trump at bay. Probably a good idea.
Republicans in the Ohio House have put forth a bill to block out Critical Race Theory, the 1619 project, or anything else that might make white folk feel guilty.
Congressman Adam Kinzinger (R-IL), a Trump antagonist, has announced he will not seek re-election to his House seat, but made clear that he’s not going very far away.
The party that rejected Donald Trump in the pre-primary stages in 2015 has fallen in lockstep with his agenda and offenses for which he was impeached.
The Texas Republican party and governor have promised to threaten the Roe v. Wade decision, and the Court has come a little closer in clearing the way.
Author, commentator, and once-critic of Donald Trump, J.D. Vance has seen the light in how effective a conservative leader the former president is, and is seeking his forgiveness. Vance needs it for the Ohio primary for U.S> Senate.
After the United States’ submarine deal that involved the United Kingdom, Australia, but not France, the U.S.’s oldest ally let it be known they felt left out. Biden smoothed things out with a call.
The two sponsors of Ohio House bills 322 & 327, meant to censor Critical Race Theory, controversial topics from school classrooms. Sound familiar?
The California gubernatorial recall effort was spurred on by a minority who put forth a novelty candidate who fell of the high wire and through the net.