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Bernie Sanders, John McCain and the Veterans Bill for Greater Access to Health Care

One of the great dangers in this hyper-partisan times is the increasing inability of Democrats and Republicans in finding common ground to collaborate on legislation that could address issues facing this country. Our democratic republic is premised on the idea … Continue reading

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Why Does a Liberal Like Myself Admire Anti-Trump Conservatives?

Progressives and moderates often ask me why a liberal like myself often post articles about anti-Trump conservatives decrying Trump’s transgressions and ask why I admire them when I disagree with most their politics. I guess I have several reasons why. … Continue reading

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Two Bipartisan Immigration Bills That Tried to Address Conservative Concerns on Border Security

For several years, I’ve been listening to far Right conservatives complain about the federal government’s inaction on having a more secure border with Mexico. Many of these same conservatives, however, were against two bipartisan immigration bills that specifically tried to … Continue reading

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The Al Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner

For the past week I’ve been recovering from watching the last Presidential debate. The tenor of the entire presidential campaign has me worried about the great divisions in this country and how it’ll affect the health of the democratic republic. … Continue reading

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On Repealing “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” This December

Many people have been exasperated by the Obama administration’s appeal of a recent court case that repeals DADT and I understand that frustration. During the 2008 campaign and in his State of the Union earlier this year, Obama promised to … Continue reading

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Cartoons for the Tri-City Voice August to October 2008

On April 9, 2008, I began to do cartoons for the Tri-City Voice, a newspaper that covers the Milpitas, Fremont, and Union City areas in the San Francisco Bay Area. It’s been a dream come true for me to be … Continue reading

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Watching the Debates

The Presidential and Vice Presidential debates have always been the most entertaining part of the election season for me.  From the past debates that I’m seen, they’ve usually been less about the issues and more about creating an impression to … Continue reading

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