Tag Archives: Civic Activism

A Minimum Wage Meeting in Mountain View, California

In September 8, 2014, the Mountain View City Council held a hearing where citizens could talk about their views on a proposed draft ordinance to adopt a city minimum wage of $10.15 per hour and to include an annual adjustment … Continue reading

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A Cartoon for July 4, 2013

On this 4th of July, I reflect on the things about this country that I love. I do not think this country is perfect, but I love this country for the great history of reform that has expanded the reach … Continue reading

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The Gray Panthers

On the fiftieth anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson wrote a commemoration for the event. He wrote: May it be to the world, what I believe it will be, (to some parts sooner, to others later, but finally … Continue reading

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Jasper and the Protester

Originally published as a May 28, 2010 webcomic for Everyday Citizen If you enjoy this cartoon, take a look at these links for more of my political cartoons at Everyday Citizen: Jasper and the Nature Poem The Reunion Government and … Continue reading

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Jasper Joins Two Protests

Originally published as a March 29, 2010 webcomic for Everyday Citizen The health care reform bill just passed last week and it’s a good time to reflect on the struggles of the past few months. It was a long and … Continue reading

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Coretta Scott King- Civil Rights Leader

Martin Luther King Jr. is justifiably viewed as a hero by many people around the world. He’s been one of my biggest heroes. One of the great heroes that is often overlooked is his wife, Coretta Scott King. Coretta Scott … Continue reading

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Alexander Hamilton and the New York Manumission Society

Alexander Hamilton has always been the one Founding Father that I didn’t like. There are many reasons for this. Two of my favorite Founding Fathers, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, couldn’t stand Hamilton. Though I am to the left of … Continue reading

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