Monthly Archives: March 2012

Remembering the Monkees

A few weeks ago I heard that Davy Jones had died and it made me sad. As a kid, I loved watching the Monkees television show and thought their music was great. In the 1970s and 1980s in the San … Continue reading

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Jasper Writes A Blog

I made this cartoon after reading Ken Poland’s recent blog. I’ve really enjoyed writing blogs for Everyday Citizen and have enjoyed reading and learning from the other bloggers at Everyday Citizen. As the Everyday Citizen page writes” Everything that is … Continue reading

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Voting

With the 2012 Presidential elections coming up, it’s time to look back on the past 4 years and decide who we want to vote for. I know many progressives who had high hopes for change after the 2008 elections and … Continue reading

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Quarterbacks

This year is the first year that I have been interested in football in a long time. My favorite team, the Raiders, showed promise as the season began and Jason Campbell was still healthy. The Forty Niners were rejuvenated under … Continue reading

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An Interview With Eric Wilks

Eric Wilks has been one of my best friends since we met in 7th grade. One of the most politically astute individuals that I know, Eric worked for several years in GLAAD, anr organization that works to advance LGBT rights … Continue reading

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An Interview With Cartoonist Greg Beda

I’ve known Greg Beda and his cartoons since we took college classes together many years ago at San Jose State. For years now I’ve been a fan of Greg’s series Zeke and Goulash and his comic book Postmodern AnXst. His … Continue reading

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An Interview With Poet Melissa Tuckey

I learned a lot about the poet activist from reading the blogs of Melissa Tuckey, a blogger at Everyday Citizen. Melissa is a poet who strongly believes in the power of poetry to act as agents of change, to engage … Continue reading

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