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Category Archives: Cartoons
Prescott Place satire continues with a look at the local newspaper in Prescott Place. The editor of the Daily Heard on the Street has a self-rightgous bent and feels his opinion ias the only one that counts. He might have missed his true calling as his Friday editorial rants would have been better suited for a church pulpit. Continue reading
Prescott Place satire continues with a look at how Hungarian immigrants are treated. Seems that Councilmen Bubba 1 and Bubba 2 have some strange ideas about these immigrants. Further complicating the episode is the introduction of a spanish-speaking Councilwoman Penelope. Continue reading
What can you say about a politician that says he favors “free markets,” but consistently votes to expand government and compete with private businesses? You could say he has a forked tongue. Or you could say he panders for votes with his rhetoric, but reverts to his true character when elected. Continue reading
© 2011 by Jack D. Wilson The satirical series continues with the humorous episode about Mayor Kooky having nightmares about his reelection prospects. The characters in this humorous video are fictitious; however, they are based on the real life stumblings and … Continue reading
The election for mayor is fast approaching and Mayor Kooky wants to ensure he gets the endorsement of the Chamber of Comics. He is not above using some intimidation to force the chamber’s CEO to cave in and endorse him. Sit back and have a few laughs as the Chamber CEO tries to keep his job and not get Mayor Kooky mad. Continue reading
Guest post by Noel Breen commenting on the latest cartoon by Prescott City Councilman Jim Lamerson. Continue reading
© 2011 by Jack D. Wilson The satirical Prescott Place series continues with its humorous take on politics in a mythical Southwestern town. In this episode, the focus is on “Mrs. Barkner” the self-appointed queen of the roost in Prescott … Continue reading
© 2011 by Jack D. Wilson The satirical Prescott Place series continues with its humorous take on politics in a mythical Southwestern town. In this episode, the focus is on how Internet publishing can be misused, abused, twisted and used … Continue reading
The satirical series Prescott Place continues with episode three. Enjoy the laughs and pass it on to your friends.
© 2011 by Jack D. Wilson The satirical Prescott Place series continues with a humorous take on the in and outs of landing a large convention center to augment Prescott Place sales and bed taxes. Turns out there is more … Continue reading