Facebook recently unveiled some “new” things, such as smart glasses and virtual conference rooms. Which makes sense, since anybody old enough to remember Google Glass and Second Life fondly is old enough to be Facebook’s target demo. Each time I log onto that garbage to post a cartoon, it’s a […]

Facebook’s Innovations   Recently updated !


Mitch McConnell’s Supreme Court gutted Roe v. Wade in Texas and will soon do it in other states. Democrats are still insisting the only thing to be done is to vote. Voters busted their asses to give them a trifecta so they could pack the courts, and codify abortion rights […]

Texas Vigilantes   Recently updated !



My sympathies to all the parents, teachers and school staff out there. Governors, mayors, and everyone else eager to get bodies back in office buildings are pretending children under 12 don’t exist in order to get public daycare (the school part is secondary to these goblins) up and running. Many […]

Welcome Back to School   Recently updated !


It’s college move-in week here in Boston, and variants from across the nation are coming to mingle among every Solo cup in the state. Several friends have recently gotten breakthrough cases (nothing severe, thanks to vaccines), so conditions are probably ripe for another fall surge. Enjoy summer’s final, rattling breaths! […]

Mail Order Crap for COVID Quacks



Biden finally did what the three previous guys wouldn’t. I’m not saying it was a graceful exit … … we have a responsibility to everyone whose lives we ended, brutalized with 20 years of a pointless war started out of the mass-insanity that blanketed this country after 9/11. (An insanity […]

Afghanistan’s Wake


The week began with the IPCC’s dire report about climate change. And my Nib cartoon for the week also covered it:  I know defeatism is not cool and we’re supposed to take this warning to be spurred into demanding action from our government, but have you met our government? We’re […]

Final Climate Warning Signs



I’m not usually an optimist, but the balance of the Supreme Court is just a Clarence coronary and a Kavanaugh DUI fatality away from being restored. Those odds are diminished if Breyer pulls an Anthony Kennedy and sticks around to let a Republican president pay off his kids’ debts for […]

Justice Breyer, the Scrivener


I did the first version of this cartoon almost exactly three months ago, when the CDC said the vaccinated could unmask indoors, which relied on the honor system. In America. Where a third of the country won’t even agree the pandemic exists. It was a bad idea then, and it […]

Re-Updated CDC Guidance