Cartoons by Eli & Bryon
Concepts by Eli Goodman, illustrations by Bryon Gilbert
There are currently over 400 cartoons, with many more on the way. These are just a few of them.
Republicans remind us that even selfish, oblivious, narrow-minded, tunnel-visioned folks are capable to project optimism. Proof that the “R” in “Republican stands for “Rationalization.
After all these years, and despite my excellent public school education, I still don’t know what the word “existential” means. It’s possible, therefore, that there may be some merit after all to the disdain of Republicans for public education and other social programs that benefit all of society.
Apparently, every genuine oppression of the human condition represents an opportunity for Republicans to exercise their abundant powers of dismissal, denial, or ignorance.
There is a great need to establish an SPCCR— Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children of Republicans.
It would otherwise be difficult to define exactly the concept of social dead ends, but the combination of Republican logic and Republican obsession with profit makes it surprisingly easy.
For Republicans, utopia might not be that hard to achieve, after all.
According to the Republican mindset, the best way to solve societal problems is to ignore them.
In a world awash with oxymorons, none trump REPUBLICAN LOGIC.
It’s reassuring that here in the good ol’ US of A we have access to a major political party that promotes profit above all else— without the need for any of those pesky inconveniences such as taxes, social services, public institutions, preservation of environmental resources, public health, and advancement of the social contract.
Unfortunately, our US Constitution does not guarantee “Republican-State Separation.”
It appears that lately Jesus has been scratching His head quite a bit.
Latest Republican dance craze: "Moonwalk Shuffle" back to the 11th century.
One supposes that a U.S. political party has to go in SOME direction, even if it is a backward one.
Suggestion: No one ever gets hurt all that badly if one first asks permission to take a disruptive cellphone call.
Not sure that golf is the answer to Dr. G’s conundrums; but may 2021 be a better year for not only Dr. G’s game but also for all of mankind’s important “games”— of life, health, peace, social justice, mercy, tolerance, repair, restoration, environmental protections, and economic equities.
There are times when the usually oblivious Dr. G is right on target. The electronic health record is not supposed to be a subterfuge for physicians who do not care to be thorough.
There’s always that thin line between stud and nerd.
As is true in sports— and in all of life, for that matter— we know that every decision about every point carries weight.
No wonder Republicans have had so much success.
Nothing like sports to teach us how to minimize obstacles.