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The Truth Matters; Freedom of the Press Matters; Vote Today

Today, nothing matters more than getting out to vote.  By November 3, 2018 there were literally 6,420 reasons to vote against President Trump. That was the current tally of misstatements Trump had made in the 649 days of his presidency. Misstatements which have been misogenistic, racist, and simply insulting to caring, compassionate, and responsible humans. […]

Another Voice: Political Illustration of the Late 20th Century—An Exhibit at MCAD

This post was originally published on February 3, 2017 during my site transition. If you are interested in art or politics or both you need to go to the Minneapolis College of Art and Design’s new exhibit—Another Voice: Political Illustration of the Late 20th Century. It’s located in Gallery X, 2501 Stevens Avenue, Minneapolis. It […]

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Friday Night Triple Feature: Newspaper Reporters

Above: Today's image has nothing today with today's post, I just like to start with an image. I should have watched a Jimmy Stewart movie and drawn a sketch of him. I never have sketched him. I did once, towards the end of his life, end up standing about 30 feet away from him. He […]

Great Moments in Court Room Sketching

"Gentleman of the jury"—Judge Maddox turned to the twelve men—"you will be conducted to this house [where the murder was committed]." With that, he sent them to fetch their hats and overcoats. Captain Methven and the rest of their police escort cut a path through the crowd as the jurors filed out into the cold […]

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