November 26, 2008
Dear readers and viewers, this is my final entry to this blog. I'll be leaving the Ventura County Star, where I've worked as an artist and cartoonist since June 2002, and moving onto other things, and won't be able to update this anymore.
However, that doesn't mean I'll stop drawing. You can see my future cartoons on
my web site, http://www.greenberg-art.com, along with extensive archives and links to other sites that use my work.
And please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for following my work, and for all your comments.
This is my final cartoon for the Star (number 658, if you're counting) as part of the staff.
November 23, 2008
After eight years of the Bush Administration's inaction on, and general denial of, global warming (until quite recently), the Obama Administration promises aggressive action and international cooperation in dealing with this crisis.
November 18, 2008
November 17, 2008
The state budget passed in September was a dog, or as the governor put it, "We just kicked the can down the road." With the ever-declining economy, the state budget not only isn't fixed, but the shortfall has soared from maybe $15 billion to a possible projected $27.8 billion. Schwarzenegger wants to bring the Legislature back in session to fix the mess, again.
November 11, 2008
Not too much of a question what will be President Obama's Job One on Day One.
November 5, 2008
Amazing, and nearly unbelievable viewed in the context of America from just 40-something years ago...
November 4, 2008
All the slogans, the buttons, the You Tube videos and Saturday Night Live spoofs, and all the idealism doesn't mean much if you don't actually get around to doing the actual voting.
November 2, 2008
Although I'm not a Libertarian, Prop. 8 kind of begs the question, "if two people find happiness together, and it doesn't directly affect you, then why should that be any source of unhappiness for you?" Or, isn't the idea of people being committed, and not promiscuous, a positive thing?
October 29, 2008
If elected, John McCain would be the oldest president at inauguration ever. Remarkably, the age issue has not come up much during the campaign, being seen as too insensitive or offensive a topic to mention. But the actuarial tables of average life expectancy indicate that a 72 year old man would, on statistical average, not live an additional four years. Many newspapers that normally would endorse Republicans that instead endorsed Obama cited the selection of Sarah Palin, saying she's simply not ready to be a heartbeat away from the presidency, and yet she might be the vice president most likely to succeed a sitting president.