Category Archives: politics

Another Trophy

I was going through some papers on my desk recently and found the citation that was issued to me back in March while riding my bicycle through Frontenac.  Recall I was issued this citation by a certain Officer Barron, who had just … Continue reading

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BugMan – 1, City of Frontenac – ZERO

Dear Officer Barron, I am a respectful and law-abiding cyclist – I believe not only in cyclists rights, but also their responsibilities.  I stop at stop signs.  I ride to the right when it is safe and take the lane … Continue reading

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Congratulations, New Mexico!

On March 18, New Mexico became the 15th state to outlaw the death penalty. They did this not because it is morally wrong (which it is), but because of the simple realization that our current system of justice cannot (and … Continue reading

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The Morning After…

The Morning After November 4th. ©Zina Saunders 2008. All rights reserved. More of these delightful illustrations can be found on Zina Saunders’ homepage.

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Barack Obama, 44th President of the United States of America

Obama and RFK for The Progressive ©Zina Saunders 2008. All rights reserved. More of these delightful illustrations can be found on Zina Saunders’ homepage.

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Deciding on science

I hope you’ll forgive my momentary diversion into politics for this post. I’m not normally one to ‘proseletize’, and I promise to return to my normal subject matter in the next post. But at this moment we find ourselves on … Continue reading

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McCain comes out swinging!

Very lively debate last night – I enjoyed McCain’s ‘angry smile’ whenever Obama was talking. It saddens me to know that some of the things said by Obama supporters have ‘hurt his feelings.’ Though painted after the second debate, I … Continue reading

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