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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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Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Ron Paul for VP


at 1/17/08, 9:56 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

are we a third world country yet?

at 1/17/08, 10:21 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

if we aren't we will be soon if we don't get the corporations and neocons under control.

at 1/17/08, 11:16 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Economic rescue package
pushed to halt recession
President Bush and Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke today embraced calls to help the economy. [that bush destroyed]

at 1/17/08, 11:23 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the only economy republicans have is buying and selling weapons (how does that increase the debt by trillions????)

at 1/17/08, 12:07 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

which one is lying?

at 1/17/08, 1:13 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder which one will keep public transportation (in the air) safe

at 1/17/08, 1:13 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

General: Iraqi security forces, years away from self-sufficiency
A top US general said the Iraqi defense minister has stressed to him that the country could not assume responsibility for internal security until as late as 2012, or defend its borders until 2018. (AP, 11:32 a.m.)

ho hum, there goes another trillion

at 1/17/08, 1:20 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

McCain proposes business tax cuts
Republican presidential candidate John McCain proposed an economic stimulus plan Thursday that would lower the corporate income tax rate and provide a host of other tax breaks for business. (AP, 11:32 a.m.)

at 1/17/08, 1:22 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey Mitt!

Mass. unemployment rose in December
Employers shed 2,700 payroll jobs in December, and the unemployment rate rose to 4.5 percent from 4.3 percent in November, the state Department of Workforce Development reported.

at 1/17/08, 1:23 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

guess China's not allowed to play with their own toys...

China cracks down on online games
China said it would issue new rules cracking down on "undesirable" elements of online games amid fears of growing Internet addiction as the number of players soars, state media reported on Thursday.

at 1/17/08, 1:43 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

bush's new definition of 'conservative'

General: Iraqi security forces, years away from self-sufficiency
A top US general said the Iraqi defense minister has stressed to him that the country could not assume responsibility for internal security until as late as 2012, or defend its borders until 2018. (AP, 11:32 a.m.)

ho hum, there goes another trillion

at 1/17/08, 1:44 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

i wonder if bush could define the word 'confusion'

at 1/17/08, 2:15 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Luke 24:1-12

at 1/17/08, 2:15 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

i guess one republican isn't enough to screw up the country/world

at 1/17/08, 2:29 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Luke 22:24-27

Luke 21:8

John 21:15-19

John 13

at 1/17/08, 2:30 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

new bush king james version...

at 1/17/08, 3:20 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

it's cheaper to play the lottery and the chances are better!

question, who do you want to give all your tax/war money to?

at 1/17/08, 4:50 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

careful with the feet...

at 1/17/08, 4:51 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

it'll work in Atlanta, the gay capital of the usa

at 1/17/08, 4:56 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...


at 1/17/08, 4:57 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

like bush

at 1/17/08, 5:39 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

i like the Nixon peace sign; they kinda all look like Nixon - touche!

at 1/17/08, 8:46 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks, Jim, great 'toon. Do we need a third or more political partys?


at 1/17/08, 9:54 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

yeah, but can they get the homeless vote? the people working three jobs? the vets hung up in icu?

at 1/18/08, 8:27 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

i always knew they'd have a jackson five some day!

at 1/18/08, 8:27 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

a 12-pack later...

no, it's the supremes!

at 1/18/08, 8:29 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

stay tuned for the 'weakest link'

at 1/18/08, 8:50 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Duke pays out millions

Duke Energy pays about $22 million a year to big corporate customers as part of a deal the utility made to get an electric rate increase.

at 1/18/08, 9:14 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

where's the beef?

at 1/18/08, 10:19 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

GE profits up 4%

how much of that goes to Watson's?

at 1/18/08, 1:09 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

where's H's guitar?

at 1/18/08, 1:09 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

broken record

broken america

at 1/18/08, 1:10 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

lipsinking for bush

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

Blues Brothers on a Mission from God

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

race and gender not an issue here; just ingore 'em, get rid of them or abuse them (it's in the bible)

at 1/18/08, 1:37 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...


Dann to sue charter school

(let's ignore all the enrons)

at 1/20/08, 10:44 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, this was featured on Wonkette's Cartoon Violence.

Jim's work is featured on this site a lot. Is that a compliment?

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

US recession fears sink global markets By CARL FREIRE, Associated Press Writer
2 hours, 42 minutes ago
TOKYO - Asian and European stock markets plunged Monday following declines on Wall Street last week amid investor pessimism over the U.S. government's stimulus plan to prevent a recession.

at 1/21/08, 10:43 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

can one of these guys help bush find his weapons of mass destruction?

great to see karl back in the news...can he help us out of this recession?

at 1/23/08, 1:09 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ron Paul is pro-life

at 1/23/08, 1:22 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

they should read the constitution word for word since they don't have any personal value to add to the debates

they should study it in relation to the immigrants, in regards to their bodies, minds and souls that we use

they should study it in terms of "no child left behind" which only guarantees a piece of paper, not an education, especially when you're forced to pass kids in algebra II that have only a 7th grade level math ability/education

teachers should at least teach the constitution if they are goin to pass everyone

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