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Jim Borgman has been the Enquirer's editorial cartoonist since 1976. Borgman has won every major award in his field, including the 1991 Pulitzer Prize, the National Cartoonists Society's Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year in 1993, and most recently, the Adamson Award in 2005 as International Cartoonist of the Year. His award-winning daily comic strip Zits, co-created with Jerry Scott, chronicles the life of 15-year-old Jeremy Duncan, his family and friends through the glories and challenges of the teenage years. Since debuting in July 1997, Zits has regularly finished #1 in reader comics polls across America and is syndicated in more than 1300 newspapers around the world.

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Friday, January 18, 2008



at 1/18/08, 5:21 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...


at 1/18/08, 6:57 PM Blogger Axinar said...

Can it really be that we have finally reached a point where we can "all just get along"?

at 1/18/08, 11:17 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

just one of the trillions of special interest groups that make up america; it's the whole point of america, it's very definition and substance is that they can all get along without one taking advantage of another, from "top" to bottom,ie, follwing the guidelines of the consitution; if you don't, then it aint america, call it something else; it's the principles of the constiution; that's what's in danger
God is principle, and that's what this country was founded on; maybe that's not what we are anymore, or maybe never were; Lincoln (unity of N & S) and Kennedy (responsibility, service) tried.

at 1/20/08, 8:36 AM Anonymous Modd Kenwood said...

boy,I don't know...why have I seen Hillary Clinton say about Obama and his lack of experience:"He hasn't done the SPADE work".There's been lots of accusations of race cards being dealt...Hillary's downplaying the importance of MLK saying it took a (white)president,LBJ,to get it done.She caught big flak for that.
Blacks questioning Obama's "blackness"...or maybe I've imagined this and everybody is arm in arm swaying back and forth to an old Negro spiritual...Lord knows the Clintons are in another Black church today somewhere.

at 1/20/08, 9:52 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

2:37 pm

short comment #23

at 1/20/08, 11:17 AM Anonymous Modd Kenwood said...

...just heard a blurb on one of the Sunday shows...sure enough,Bill and Hillary are pandering once again to the Black vote by appearing in 2 historically Black churches this morning...can I get an "amen"?
Bill's at one with Andrew Young and Hill's on her own at another...the 2 for 1 presidency campaign 2.0 version marches on...glory glory hallelujah!

at 1/20/08, 1:16 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ohio, the poster state for change

Cleveland was voted poorest city in america (not including over-the-rhine)

Atlanta is one of the wealthiest cities
Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

at 1/20/08, 1:18 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the churches are a great example
Matthew 25:31-46

at 1/20/08, 1:20 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

at 1/20/08, 1:26 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

too bad r. qualls isn't mayor

at 1/20/08, 1:40 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

GO PATRIOTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

at 1/20/08, 1:55 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are they looking at the homeless shleter in cincinnati?

Cincinnati, OH 45201
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at 1/20/08, 1:58 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

good they they don't need buses in heaven (translated into Cincinnait language: where are the buses?)

at 1/21/08, 10:06 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

where's the 50% taxes of my paycheck going? where's the 10% tithe to the church going?

at 1/21/08, 2:39 PM Blogger Philip Shade said...

Can it really be that we have finally reached a point where we can "all just get along"?

I think "not getting a long for different reasons" is probably more accurate ;)

at 1/21/08, 10:25 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Enquirer: Edit your comments or don't have them

at 1/23/08, 12:11 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah Jean Schmidt for hosting all your prolife supporters from Cincinnati and Dayton! (and Zack Space and Jim Jordan too!

at 1/23/08, 12:12 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is the glass half full or half empty?
the optimist says half full
the pessimist says half empty
the engineer says it was designed to be twice as big as it needed to be
the alcoholic says, "are you going to drink that?"
and the Pats say, we need more fingers!!

at 1/23/08, 1:39 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why can't Ohio have a pro-life march if it's "too far" to go to washington, dc?

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