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Tag Archives: Political 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
Guest post by Noel Breen commenting on the latest cartoon by Prescott City Councilman Jim Lamerson. Continue reading
The satirical series Prescott Place continues with episode three. Enjoy the laughs and pass it on to your friends.
Take a look at this loony interpretation of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. Did you enjoy the satire? Pass it along to your friends.
Episode 2 in the political satire series zeroes in on politics at the Vultures Fraternal Club. Continue reading
Today I begin a satirical animation series on politics in small towns in the American Southwest. Inspired by Peyton Place, the series is fictional and basically an amalgamation of politics in many small towns where the politics is played down … Continue reading
© 2010 by Jack D. Wilson Image via Wikipedia Editorial cartoons have been a staple of newspapers for well over a hundred years. They take a common situation and turn it askew to show it in a different perspective and … Continue reading