Sunday, April 29, 2007

Stop The ACLU

 Reverend Rhino and the ACLU Gansta Ferret

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For the Sunday Funnies at Stop The ACLU.

Melissa Treolo, A&E editor for the Washburn Review at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas is using the Vonnegut Memorial toon in next week's Lit issue.

David Criswell of The Evangelical Standard in Texas will be using a few cartoons in a future issue.

Thanks to West Rhino for nominating faithmouse at the Blogger's Choice Awards.

Al at Is Anybody There posts the Our Lady of Guadalupe cartoon.

Knitting Catholic Mama has added the regularly updating cartoon to her site.

Thanks to A Thorn In The Pew for adding faithmouse as a link.

Fellow conservative learned foot has fun with my City Pages win at his Kool Aid report.

Wizened cynic posts a few older Neverborn toons on her bastard-coated bastards with bastard-filling post at narcolepsy-slds LiveJournal.

Marianne posts the Britney Spears /Jack Chick Track parody cartoon on Victor1113's MySpace page.

Saturday, April 28, 2007

Praising With a Potted Plant

Christian praising with a potted plant

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Our livefeed image for today.

Two Minute Boners To Listen

Two Minute Boners To Listen, Hipinion

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By request of Hipinion, for the cover of a user submitted music compilation called Two Minute Boners To Listen, two minutes referring to the length of each song. Disturbed asked me to design this cover a week ago as a surprise for the board, and will unveil it on Saturday. Featuring Taint, Fetus, and a yet unnamed character.

Update- Disturbed postponed the presentation until Sunday, which gave me a few additional hours to polish the cartoon. Revised image posted.

Friday, April 27, 2007


Steve Irwin wrestles floozy demons in Hell

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That Steve Irwin cartoon I started last September but never got around to finishing. Still need to add Devilcat's pentagram festooned sombrero flying off his head in surprise.

Drawing by the light of an IKEA Spök, purchased at the Mall of America location.

Thursday, April 26, 2007

Missing Grace Foundation Cartoon

faithmouse missing grace foundation cartoon

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Chris Ward (my wife, harpist and vocalist, and the original Faithmouse) will be performing this weekend at the Night Lights Benefit Banquet for the Missing Grace Foundation at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center in Plymouth, Minnesota.

Missing Grace Foundation

The 2007 event features "Night Lights" A Night of Hope and Renewal Benefit Banquet on Saturday evening, April 28th with keynote by US Senator Norm Coleman. Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas will emcee the event. “This year we are letting the community know we need their support and involvement in order to meet the ever-growing needs and demands for care and resources that Missing GRACE Foundation offers to grieving, infertile and adoptive families in Minnesota and across the nation," said Founder of Missing GRACE, Candy McVicar, “Missing GRACE provides support and care in many MN hospitals at the time of a pregnancy or infant loss by offering labor support, a beautiful, private photo session with the baby and family, free or discounted burial, cremation and funeral service resources, follow up care with monthly and online support groups and home visits.”
I have a cartoon in progress to help promote the event. I'll have the first draft online later today, followed by a completed toon sometime this evening.

Thanks to Paul at Artis Divina 'Where Creatives and Artists find ways to follow God' for including the Johnny Hart Memorial cartoon in his The Passing of Johnny Hart post.

Famila Feliz / Beetle Power

Familia Feliz 'happy family' cartoon

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Drawing in progress for a new Familia Feliz cartoon, a charity in Brazil which contacted me a number of years ago and uses my work on T-Shirts, postcards, etc. Bethany College of Missions in Bloomington has connections to the charity, and I've met with a missionary from Bethany here at my home to discuss these cartoons in the past. The cartoons first started as promo pieces featuring different, real life children (Familia is run by a couple named Gledson and Célida who have adopted more than fifty children, some actually found abandoned on the street or in garbage dumps) but I've tried to expand this to a broader theme which addresses the plight of poor children in general. Still trying to get around to contacting O Estado de Sao Paulo (one of the larger papers in South America, based in Sao Paulo) to see if they'd like to run these cartoons as a continuing feature. These, and my other dialogueless Christian themed toons I think would make for a nice international cartoon.

For those who might assume this should be the territory of a 'liberal' cartoon; I disagree. Private giving has always formed the foundation of American charity, and far outweighs coerced publicly mandated 'donations' which are both wasteful and deplete the resources of those who give without political agenda. Conservative and Christians shouldn't allow detractors to co-opt these themes, any more than they should the territory of art, or opinion.

For those who are new to this blog, my modus operandi for developing cartoons is to fling them up on the web, then stand back and admire how my pretty my work looks backlit on a computer screen. It may take a week or longer to get around to finishing the above. Some I abandon entirely, but this one I won't.

From a post yesterday made on Something Awful, (Adult content) one of the sites mentioned on City Pages which decipher my cartoons. This is my response to questions about the Kurt Vonnegut memorial toon I posted here last week-

BunnySkull posted:
Actually, Kurt Vonnegut worked at GE before quiting to become a writer. I believe he was still working there and that was partly the inspiration for "Player Piano." Working at GE (or at corporations in general) in Vonnegut's opinion, was somewhere between purgatory and hell on earth. I think that's what he's referencing in the cartoon as well. (I think)

That's exactly what I was referencing. C.S. Lewis in his Screwtape Letters portrays Hell (and Heaven, by implication) as bureaucracy. Lewis was a strident atheist who converted to Christianity partially by influence of the very Catholic Tolkien. Hell is a brutal bureaucracy; and we can see shadows of that here in our earthly systems, which mirror but fail to achieve the perfect bureaucracy of Heaven.

BunnySkull posted:
I to am confused by his Vonnegut strip. Though I think his graphic portrait of Vonnegut is good and accurate (I like him smoking his Pall Mall too.) - I don't like the implication that due to the lack of "saving" Vonnegut is in purgatory. Vonnegut would agree that purgatory is as much of a fairytale as heaven and wouldn't like to be depicted in either fantasy land. So I'm going to take the strip as yet another flame of sorts. My interpretation: Dan thinks even though Vonnegut was a great guy and writer, due to his lack of saving he won't be in "fake-heaven", though he doesn't deserve be in "pretend-hell", so he's placed in "non-existent purgatory." Though, of course, I am assuming that Dan takes the above mentioned stations in God's human storage compartments (assigned by soothing his apparently huge ego) very seriously. Yet since he likes Vonnegut on some level couldn't bring himself to deposit him in hell although an unsaved atheists such as himself would normally be placed there.

That's as good a memorial cartoon as you can get from a Catholic conservative for a past President of the Humanist society. Once Vonnegut gets to Purgatory, he'll be asked 'who sent you?' and when he answers 'the cat from Hell' he'll be told the cat doesn't have any authority and he'll be promptly forwarded back to Heaven, and the cycle will continue into perpetuity. Vonnegut himself might be satisfied with that, because he didn't really want to go to any of these places, didn't believe in them, and besides, he'll be in a constant state of depression about his situation, which he lauded as being necessary for writing. So it's a good thing.

Bunnyskull posted:
Dan, did Vonnegut's beloved mother go straight to hell because she committed suicide, or is she hanging with him in "purgatory" ? (Also, is Dan a born-again Catholic? Because I thought Catholics were the only group agreed on the purgatory concept. I've also never know about a big "born again" Catholic sect.)

I couldn't tell you, not knowing his mother's state of mind at the moment of her death. Was it positive and indirect, negative and direct, or negative and indirect?
Look, people who purposefully die for others also willingly commit suicide, but the Church doesn't consider them guilty of unforgivable sin (there's only one), nor does it fault the insane. All suicide is done without consent of God, and is a definite spiritual fau pax, but it doesn't automatically condemn someone to Hell.
I'm not a 'born again Catholic' but I am a charismatic Catholic, which means I have nice hair and smile at people a lot. I've gone from Catholic to Atheist to Agnostic to born again Pentecostal, and back to Catholic. I was a big fan of Vonnegut (and Nietzsche) during my atheist days, but stopped reading him around Slapstick, when he sort of walked away from his characters.

Nice conversation started there, but then I was banned, I suspect because I was being the guy who draws faithmouse again (Christian=reach out). The NSFW in progress features my characters Taint and Fetus, and is by request of a music oriented board which I've contributed to over the past year or so. It's meant to serve as a cover for a CD compilation of original music by board posters. It's a surprise requested by the person organizing the project, so I can't reveal the name of the board until Saturday. Like the Familia Feliz cartoon above, it's not what you might expect. Art, I think.

Thanks to Shot In The Dark for the congrats and heads-up in their Clear Sympathies post.

Chad the Elder at Fraters Libertas has nice words for faithmouse in today's Common Grounds post. The last time I saw St. Paul (the blogger) was at the Hugh Hewitt / Peter Beinart debate two years ago (for which I drew a toon) and where I was able to present to Hugh a collection of Pookie18's Today's Toons at Free Republic. I remember introducing myself to Scott Johnson of Powerline, but I believe he thought I was trying to sell him a pair of shoes.

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Hey, I Won Something


CatholicandGOP has posted the Our Lady of Guadalupe cartoon on Faith and Country.
Thanks to Ray at our own Stella Borealis: Northland Catholic Roundtable for posting the Missing GRACE toon and giving the original faithmouse a nice plug.
MNSpeak gives faithmouse a mention in their CP Best of Issue post.
Thanks to Jeff at Truth Vs The Machine for the Congrats post.
Pookie18 has Sunday's Stop The ACLU Ferret toon on Wednesday's Today's Toons thread at Free Republic.
Robin Marty at Minnesota Monitor gives us a nod in his Hotdish Wednesday: Going to the Dogs post. Grazie.
Thanks to Karen at Karen's Korner for the note of congratulations.
Esther at A Catholic Mom in Hawaii posts the Guadalupe cartoon.
Anti-Strib gives us a nod in their Best of what liberals like about da' cities.
Swiftee at Pair o' Dice points out Nihilist in Golf Pants disappointment in not repeating as City Pages Right Wing Blog winner, and posts the following-
You can almost hear the gnashing of teeth going on over there from here can't you? Bwahahaha! ....(visual description censored) And for what? A smarmy nod by a bunch of classless moonbats who do not even know really fine cartooning when they see it! If they were confused by the Adventures of FaithMouse, they would have loved Life in the Dumpster! Take it from me; this is a blessing.
Lloydetta at Lloydetta's Nooz and Comments gives us (me) a nod.
Britt at her non-stop bitching LiveJournal would like a cartoon for her post regarding the City Pages win. Sure!

Sorrow Of Our Lady Of Guadalupe / El Dolor De Nuestra Señora Del Guadalupe

Mexico City legislature approves bill legalizing abortion, Our Lady of Guadalupe, El Dolor De Nuestra Señora Del Guadalupe, legislatura de Ciudad de México aprueba el aborto que legaliza de la cuenta

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The Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe is celebrated on December 12th. In 1999, Pope John Paul II, in his homily from the Solemn Mass at the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, during his third visit to the sanctuary, declared the date of December the 12th as a Liturgical Holy Day for the whole continent. During the same visit Pope John Paul II entrusted the cause of life to her loving protection, and placed under her motherly care the innocent lives of children, especially those who are in danger of not being born. -

Protectress of the Unborn
Our Lady of Guadalupe versus the Culture of Death

A quickie finished in two hours. Pencil sketch first, colored in Photoshop, and then saved as a gif with very low resolution before converting into a jpeg. Hopefully I'll be able to find time in the near future to post a more developed version.

The Missing Grace toon in the post immediately below is almost completed. Farther down this page you can find a revision of Monday's Blast-Off cartoon.

Monday, April 23, 2007


Christian gardening

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Thanks to Kyrie Eleison '"Lord have mercy" Reflections (and photos) of a Catholic Dad' for posting Sunday's Stop The ACLU Ferret 'Wall of Separation' cartoon.

Thomas Shawn at AD JESUm PER MARIAM 'Musings on politics and society from post 9-11, pre-Apocolyptic Massachusetts with a bit of futbol for good measure' gives faithmouse a link in his clever Operation Tunnel to the Vatican: Full Speed Ahead post.

Thanks to Karen at Karen's Korner for including Sunday's Stop The ACLU toon in her In Karens Spotlight 4-23-07 post.

Links to two Pro-Mike Whalen cartoons can be found on the Wikipedia / Iowa's 2007 1st Congressional district election page.

Thanks to Pookie18 for including the Professor Livie Lebrescu and Neverborn / Partial Birth Abortion Ban Upheld toons in Monday's Today's Toons thread on Free Republic.

Sunday, April 22, 2007

Stop The ACLU Ferret / Wall of Separation

ACLU adult porn site sex cartoon
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A more developed version of yesterday's cartoon.
For the Sunday Funnies at Stop The ACLU.

ACLU Declares Churches Free Speech Zones (Restrictions Apply Elsewhere)
-American Civil Rights Union

Thanks to G.I. Sella for adding the Neverborn / Eviction Notice cartoon (which resigned John Edwards's staffer Amanda Marcotte blogged about at length here) to Nozar Nivek's MySpace page.

The Spanish Bauchavisuales has an article on What Would Jesus Download titled 'Páginas Cristianas que puedan ser de Interés...' and makes specific mention of the regularly updating faithmouse cartoon.

The California Bear Flag League Consortium page at the Truth Laid Bear lists the Neverborn/ Partial Birth Abortion Ban Upheld cartoon as a most popular post.

Right On The Right gives faithmouse a nice plug.

Friday, April 20, 2007

Fidelis, and the Philadelphia Inquirer Cartoon

Fidelis is a Catholic based advocacy site which I've traded a few emails with in the past, and it was by way of one of their recent email alerts that I learned of the controversy surrounding a recent Philadephia Inquirer cartoon criticizing the Supreme Court for their reaffirmation of the Congressional 2003 Partial Birth Abortion Ban. The Fidelis alert reads as follows-

Fidelis Condemns Anti-Catholic Attack on Supreme Court Justices

WASHINGTON — Fidelis condemned the editorial cartoon published today by the Philadelphia Inquirer entitled “Church and State” featuring the five Catholic members of the United States Supreme Court wearing bishop miters.

Fidelis President Joseph Cella stated: “The Philadelphia Inquirer has breached the line of reasonable editorial commentary. This cartoon is venomous, terribly misleading and, blatantly anti-Catholic. We call on the Inquirer to repudiate the cartoon’s anti-Catholic sentiment.

The cartoon suggests that the United States Supreme Court decision to uphold the ban on partial birth abortion was a result of the Catholic Church influencing the votes of the five Catholic Justices on the Supreme Court, who are portrayed as Catholic Bishops in the cartoon. To view the Inquirer cartoon, click
“The Supreme Court did not ‘follow marching orders’ from the Vatican or the Bishops in the United States . Instead, the Court deferred to deliberative judgment of the people’s elected representatives protected by the Constitution,” Cella said.

Fidelis compared the Inquirer cartoon to that of 19th Century anti-Catholic cartoonist Thomas Nast who was notorious for his vicious attacks on the leadership of the Catholic Church and government officials who happened to be Catholic. To view one of Nast’s cartoons, click

Cella said: “By exposing this outrageously intolerant cartoon, we hope to contain future attacks on judges of faith, particularly during any future confirmation hearings which will likely prove to be the most contentious in history.”

The cartoon resembles the mean-spirited attacks against Judge Bill Pryor, who was mocked for having “deeply-held” religious beliefs as a Catholic. Pryor faced sharply-abusive rhetoric before he was finally confirmed to the federal bench in 2003.

Cella said “It is shameful that such an inflammatory and hate-filled cartoon appears as legitimate editorial expression. The Inquirer’s insinuation that a Catholic judge cannot act dispassionately and apply the law is an affront to all judges of faith, and smacks of anti-Catholic bigotry and elitism of the worst kind.”

High praise having your work compared in any manner to the father of the American editorial cartoon, but the Auth is incomparable (and nor, in all fairness, was he attempting to match the level) of the effective and beautiful Nast. The real controversy here should be; why can't the secularists produce powerful and engaging cartoons (other than South Park) for which anti-Christian bigots can stand up and cheer? The miters should at least be consuming the other justices, with Justice Ginsberg's sexy gams dangling out to add just the correct coup de grâce of sexism and implied anti-semitism. Usually I can think of better editorial cartoons criticizing my 'own' side than the opposition.

Fidelis should have slammed the Philadephia Inquirer for birthing into the world yet another dull cartoon. The contempt of religion in today's secular media is comparable to the Catholic bashing of Nast; but there isn't much art to it. Usually it's just crude and stupid, and does little to provoke the imagination and, more importantly, a creative response.

More Nast toons!

Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Cartoon

Kurt Vonnegut memorial cartoon

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By request of Poesters.

Thanks to Alan Keyes Renew America for posting the Neverborn / Partial Birth Abortion Ban Upheld cartoon. One page two you can see the recent The Christians Are Coming! cartoon. Nice site redesign.
A forum at Timebomb2000 (membership required) displays the Upsidedown Perspective toon.
Thanks to fields of clover at her Xanga site (Xanga registration required to view) for posting the Professor Liviu Librescu memorial cartoon.
Charlie at The Sope-Bocks has the Hate Crimes cartoon from a few weeks ago.
CritticAge has the Neverborn / Bad Ass For Life in their forum.
Thanks to Four Point Calvinist for adding faithmouse as a new link.
Compliments to Amanda at Loves Sees No Colour for posting a link to faithmouse under Favourite Reads.

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Viriginia Tech Professor Liviu Librescu

Professor Liviu Librescu, Holocaust survivor and hero of the Virginia Tech massacre, who died on Yom Hashoah, the international day that commemorates Holocaust victims.

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Liviu Librescu -One victim of the Virginia massacre left an incomparable legacy -Times Online

Virginia Tech lecturer who saved students buried in Israel - CBC News

Thanks to Helga Bianca from the Phillipines for using the Neverborn / Delivery Refused, Return To Sender cartoon as the background image for her Friendster page.

Thanks to Gribbit at Gribbit's World for displaying yesterday's Neverborn / Partial Birth Abortion Ban Upheld cartoon in his Remember their reactions come 2008 post. So true.

Mike Sr. at Papa Mikes' Blog posts yesterday's Neverborn toon as well. Grazie.

Karen at Karen's Korner adds an 'antique' (pre-nose) Neverborn / Abortion Mill cartoon from 2004 to her Updated in Karen's Spotlight post.

Thanks to Al at Is Anybody There for his The Supreme Court Finally Gets It Right post of the recent Neverborn toon.

Partial Birth Abortion Ban Upheld Cartoon

Supreme Court upholds Partial Birth Abortion ban on 5 to 4 vote

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Bench Memos - National Review Online

Justice Ginsberg Abandons Stare Decisis? - Pro Life Blogs

Here's a collection of recent post acknowledgements, and a smattering of older ones which I apologize for not posting more promptly-

Thanks to Karen at Karen's Korner for making today's Neverborn toon the cartoon of the day.

Today's cartoon shows up on Steven Decatur's Anti-Jihad Pageflakes via the Stop The ACLU feed.

Thanks kindly to FoxNews guest and longtime faithmouse supporter Stacy Harp at Active Christian Media for posting the Neverborn cartoon.

Faithmouse fan Jean at Catholic Fire displays today's cartoon in her Reactions to the Supremes Upholding the Partial Birth Abortion Ban post.

SW regional, conservative, pro-life blogs aggregator Cactus Alliance links to the post of today's cartoon at Pro-Life Blogs.

Damon on his ibeef LiveJournal has today's cartoon via the Stop The ACLU feed.

Christine at Domestic Vocation displays the cartoon on her VICTORY (updated with celebration cartoon) post.

Pookie18 has the most recent Stop The ACLU Ferret toon on today's (Wednesdays) Today's Toons thread at Free Republic.

Thanks to GOP strategist and Giuliani campaign advisor Patrick Ruffini for linking a few weeks ago to one of the recent Rudy Jewels toon on his Giuliani page. I wonder if Rudy saw it..?

Sara at The Estrogen Files posts our still in-progress Hensel Twins illustration in her Myriad Jumble Pile Scattered = My Mind ~ mental spew post.

Nicolas Steven Peterson posts the 2004 George Washington/Faithmouse-All About The Benjamin toon on Shane's MySpace page.

Thanks to Horse at Bay Ridge Talk for posting a recent Stop The ACLU Ferret toon.

Earlier last month the Snake Busters! toon was posted on BrideBrook's Live Journal.

MaddMedic posted a few faithmouse toons last month on his MaddMedic blogspot site. Wonder what they were...

Slim28 has the Neverborn / Bad Ass For Life toon on his WAY too-adult-to-link-here b45eckos / die or live freewebs page.

Thanks to Barb at SFO Mom for posting the St. Patrick's Day / Neverborn toon.

Mrs. ~Norsk-Skovkatt on DeviantArt makes the comment that her Ms. Stoat drawing looks a bit like one of those faithmouse ACLU weasels.

Thanks to (Dedicated to helping Christian women and work-at-home moms succeed in business) for adding the faithmouse cartoon feed to their humor page.

Sunday, April 15, 2007

Stop The ACLU / Irresponsible Party

ACLU adult porn site sex cartoon
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For the Sunday Funnies at Stop The ACLU.

A Constitutionally Protected Right to Market Pornography to Children? - Stop The ACLU

Completed this early Monday morning at about 3 AM or so. I'm backtracking now to complete both the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Cartoon and Coke Goes Better With Christ toon.

Thank goodness tax day falls on Tuesday.

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

¡Un Qué Trasero! / What An Ass!

historieta trasero, Catholic pro sexual abstinence cartoon

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A new Faithmouse/Devilcat/Ms. StarMole cartoon, in progress.

RAND Study Finds Religiosity Can Be An Important Tool In Preventing The Spread Of HIV-AIDS -Medical News Today

I've been negligent as of late regarding acknowledgements, which add up to around 70. To avoid snarkling the HTML I'll post each below separately. I'll update the list over the course of the next day or so as I complete the toon above-
Phatmass has yesterday's The Christians Are Coming! cartoon in a thread titled 'The Christians are coming!, New Jersey School Portrays Christians as Terrorists.' Thanks to KnightofChrist for the post.
Thanks to Al at Is Anybody There for a number of posts, most recently of the Johnny Hart Memorial Cartoon.
Punk posts a link to the Johnny Hart Memorial Cartoon as comment #150 on this The Comics Curmudgeon thread, to which Marion Delgado at #163 responds 'that FaithMouse cartoon was good, but that site is dreadful.'
Sparky at Defenders of the Catholic Faith means to post the Johnny Hart toon but mistakenly adds the regularly updating hotlinked image. On page two of the thread I add the permanent URL.
Karen at Karen's Korner posts the Stop The ACLU Easter Toon in her recent Week In Review thread.
The Daniela Cicarelli Video, Sexo Na Praia Com Deus (sex with God on the beach) cartoon appears on the front page of this Brazilian Celebrity Gallery page.
I drop-in on this Torch The Bridge thread.
Three recent Familia Feliz cartoons which have yet to find their way to this site can be found at the now over 2000 comment Faithmouse thread at Portal Of Evil, to which I regularly contribute.
Free Press displays the most recent Stop The ACLU Easter Cartoon in their Stop The ACLU feed. 'Faithmouse' is included as a tag.
United Episcopal Church Reverend Daniel Sparks displays the Terri Schindler Schiavo / Ann Frank remembrance cartoon from 2006 on his Miserere Mei post titled 'Rest In Peace, Terri.'
Thanks to Amergina at Friends of Amergina's LiveJournal for a number of recent posts, including the current Un Qué Trasero / What an Ass cartoon in progress, the recent Stop The ACLU Substitute Mother and Upside Down Perspective.
Pookie18 at his Today's Toons thead at Free Republic has two cartoons for today, the Johnny Hart toon and the Stop The ACLU Easter cartoon.

The Christians are coming!

Burlington Township High School, New Jersey, portrays Christians as terrorists in mock drill

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N.J. School Portrays Christians as Terrorists -NewsMax

Monday, April 09, 2007

B.C. Creator Johnny Hart Memorial Cartoon

B.C. creator Johnny Hart has a stroke and dies at his storyboard on Holy Saturday.

B.C. Christian cartoon creator Johnny Hart memorial cartoon

B.C. creator Johnny Hart memorial cartoon

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Johnny Hart, 'B.C.' creator dies -

Sunday, April 08, 2007

Stop The ACLU / Easter Morn

Stop the ACLU
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Cartoon for the Sunday Funnies at Stop The ACLU.

Happy Easter!

Friday, April 06, 2007

Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Chocolate Jesus

art gallery chocolate 'Sweet Jesus'

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Catholic League outraged over six-foot chocolate Jesus - Indian Catholic

What the bunny says...

Darn Head Cold

No, this isn't the title to a cartoon in progress; I just have a darn head cold. Makes it difficult to stare for any length of time into a computer screen. Drawing isn't much better. When you feel rotten, you tend to hate everything you produce. The work I'm trying to finish may be good, or insane, or crummy. I can't tell.

Anyway, I don't know. I may have a cartoon up in a few hours, and then again I might just go back to bed.

Sick sucks.

Monday, April 02, 2007

Stop The ACLU

Stop the ACLU
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Cartoon for the Sunday Funnies at Stop The ACLU.