Schedule change

Starting Sunday, my Lincoln Journal Star schedule will be changing slightly, and therefore my cartoon posting on this site will change as well. Instead of running on Mondays and Thursdays as I have since starting in July of 2004, I will now be on Sundays and Wednesdays (the “big” days in terms of readership and […]

AAEC chimes in on Fell / “Liberal” media / discussion roundup

The Association of American Editorial Cartoonists have their own article up on the Journal Star’s severed ties with freelance cartoonist Paul Fell, with some misleading, inaccurate information. The unsigned article reports: The newsroom ethics code at the Journal-Star forbids political contributions by staffers who are involved in political coverage. A staff reporter at the paper […]

Update on Paul Fell

Alan Gardner at The Daily Cartoonist has an update on the Paul Fell situation that I wrote about the other day with some response from Fell: “My comments in the interview were pretty angry and if I had been less truthful and snarky, pleaded ignorance and begged forgiveness from the Journal Star, I‚Äôd probably […]

Paul stands stood tall

updated 6/23 at the end of the post. MSNBC published a recent investigative report detailing media members who contributed funds to political campaigns. The story lists the journalist, their respective media outlet, who they contributed to and to what party, and their reaction. My fellow Journal Star-contributing cartoonist, Paul Fell, was one of the people […]

New link: Blog of San Diego

Over in the San Diego blogs links, you may notice something new. I just discovered thanks to an indirect reference in a Union-Tribune story citing “Pat Flannery, a San Diegan who writes about City Hall politics on a blog…” This site is packed with info. Charts, graphs, photos, documents. This guy is extremely thorough. […]