Eww! Spit that thing out, you know where it’s been!
Lie! Lie! Even gators won’t eat somethings. Not many – but some.
The Mueller report shows Trump for what he is and has always been. A lying, dishonest, unethical, egotistical scum bag. The Republicons will continue to worship him until the end. Then it will be Donald who?
I sure love Benson’s art (and it is art)!
Gon’na bite him on the butt first.
Elect the best and the brightest,NAH just get someone in there and we will make him from a sow’s ear to a silk purse and then it will be Donald who?
LMAO!!! I can’t look at this without giggling like an idiot. Dumb bastard probably would look down a gator’s throat if he thought something he wanted was down there.
Surely this is not the end of Capt. Head?
Oh mr.2005, as a registered democrat for 55yrs the worst thing to happen to the party was my retirement, because I could see what the rats were doing when my nose was to the grindstone.
Gee, nothing new for over a week now. I hope Steve’s OK.
HAS BENSON QUIT THE BUSINESS? Where’s some new material already???
Steve Benson: I love this, but I’ve loved it for 13 days; how about something new? Please?
The other day I noticed that Pat Oliphant was listed as being available on GoComics, and I was immensely pleased, because I’ve really been missing his work. So I went there to sign up for it on a daily basis, only to discover that his most recent contribution was dated February 15, 2017. I hope that’s not what’s happening here. 8^(
Washingon Post: January 25
Another Pulitzer-winning cartoonist has been shown the door.
Steve Benson was laid off Wednesday by his longtime employer, the Arizona Republic, as part of larger cuts by the Gannett company. He had been at the paper nearly four decades, winning the Pulitzer in 1993 and being named a finalist for the prize four times.
The layoff represents the latest spasm of shrinking among staff editorial cartoonists — who numbered in the hundreds several decades ago, but now have dwindled to dozens. As the economic scaffolding that upheld such perches continues to topple, we’re witnessing the decline of singular voices in local communities.