4.25.2010

Village life ...

Reflecting Public Sentiment, Arizona Changes Its Flag



The Arizona state Senate this week passed an extensive immigration bill requiring police officers to determine whether a person is in the United States legally. On Friday, Governor Jan Brewer signed the bill into law.

The new law requires immigrants to carry their alien registration documents at all times. It also requires police to question people if there's reason to suspect they're undocumented and targets those who hire illegal immigrant day laborers or knowingly transport them.

4.21.2010

Obscure Professional Athletes for $200



BACKGROUND:

The Arizona state Senate on Monday passed an extensive immigration bill requiring police officers to determine whether a person is in the United States legally.

The measure would require immigrants to carry their alien registration documents at all times. It also requires police to question people if there's reason to suspect they're undocumented and targets those who hire illegal immigrant day laborers or knowingly transport them.

Master of Wine

Cavemen

4.20.2010

Keeping Arizona Safe



The Arizona state Senate on Monday passed an extensive immigration bill requiring police officers to determine whether a person is in the United States legally.

The measure would require immigrants to carry their alien registration documents at all times. It also requires police to question people if there's reason to suspect they're undocumented and targets those who hire illegal immigrant day laborers or knowingly transport them.

4.18.2010

The Tech Guy

Crazy Like A Fox



Another comic with a very narrow geographic focus. Based again on events that transpired at the Invisible Gaijin's BBQ hanami yesterday ...

Curry in a Hurry



Today's comic has a very narrow geographic focus. Based it (loosely) on events that transpired at the Invisible Gaijin's BBQ hanami yesterday ...

4.17.2010

Guns Don't Kill People. Bullets Do.



Today Republican Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed into law a bill allowing Arizonans to carry concealed weapons without a permit. This cartoon was created for the Tucson Sentinel's editorial page.

4.06.2010

Red Shirts and Riot Shields

The Vatican Tries a New Tack

See Rodney Run



Although all politics is local, this cartoon is more local than most. It was created for the Tucson Sentinel.

Background: Tucson city councilman Rodney Glassman looks set to declare as a (the only?) Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate, facing the winner of what looks to be a bruising fight between Senator John McCain (remember him?) and challenger J.D. Hayworth.

Glassman is 31 years old, which makes him around 100 years younger than the average Arizona voter ...

More fun than a barrel of strippers ...

 
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