Simon & Schuster spent multi-millions on this guy. No wonder publishing’s doing so great. Read the comic on Patreon.

Drivel, He Wrote   Recently updated !

Kemp’s getting the spotlight, but Republican governors and legislatures are pulling this stuff across the country. End the filibuster and pass the “For the People Act” before it’s too late. Read the comic on Patreon.Read the comic on Daily Kos.Read the comic on GoComics.

Georgia’s Voting Wrongs Act   Recently updated !

A shoe’s not at the center of a culture war … yet. Give it a day or two. I’ve been reading short story anthologies during quarantine to keep things light. I just finished an Asimov one, but the next book on my nightstand is “The Grapes of Wrath.” That should […]

Spring Book Bargains

Besides being the right thing to do, ending the filibuster will make Mitch sad, and that’s enough for me. Skee ball last week, arcade nostalgia this week. I think I need a trip to Funspot in New Hampshire once I’m all vax’d up. Read the comic on Patreon.Read the comic […]

Mitch & Filibuster’s Senate Games

If you see this cartoon posted as a ridiculously overpriced Non-Fungible Token, it wasn’t me. I don’t know how to do that. The first relief bill passed and now it’s time to repeal the Trump tax cuts and pass Relief Bill II: All the good shit. Read the comic on […]

New Cryptocurrencies

The first anniversary gift is paper, and hopefully we’ll all be vaccinated by the second. A whole year and over half a million dead because we couldn’t pay people to stay home and businesses to close last March. Senseless. Even with the end potentially in sight, governors are opening up […]

Coronaversary Cards

ICE and the Postal Service are still run by rogue Trumpers. Seems like something a party with a trifecta could undo. And they haven’t even gotten relief out the door. They’re taking the “honeymoon” thing a little too literally. Read the comic on Patreon.Read the comic on Daily Kos.Read the […]

The USPS’s New and Improved Truck

Hoping for a quick recovery to everyone in Texas except these guys! I’ve lived in the Mid-Atlantic and even they don’t have the infrastructure to deal with snow or a prolonged cold snap, so what’s happening in the South is extra-horrifying. Add that to Texas’ electric grid being isolated from […]

The Texas GOP’s Climate Emergency Tips