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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, March 12, 2008

Geraldine Ferraro


16 Comments:

at 3/12/08, 8:38 PM Anonymous anonymouscoward said...

astonishing...a liberal accused of racism...I thought you guys were way above that...Geraldine gets thrown under the bus...I love it.

 
at 3/13/08, 7:23 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Better to be a right wing racists up front huh?

 
at 3/13/08, 8:37 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

7:23...right on! Bill Cunningham is a racist for saying Barack's middle name,isn't he?!That's blatant racism.
Limbaugh talking about the overblown reputation of McNabb foisted by white media? OUTRAGEOUS! FIRE HIM!
Wait till you get bit in the backside for an observation/remark that's twisted into a pretzel.Think it couldn't happen to you? Think again.

 
at 3/13/08, 8:40 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Geraldine jumped under the bus all by her stupid self. I think it was a honest, non-racist statement but incredibly stupid.

 
at 3/13/08, 4:18 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the big difference is geraldine realized what she did is wrong, willie (isn't it ironic that cunningham and clinton have the same first name) will never understand, acknowledge or admit his hatred.

 
at 3/13/08, 10:11 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

how come nobody's allowed to tell the truth about obama, but everyone's allowed to "tell on" Hillary?

 
at 3/13/08, 10:12 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

if the public pays for public products they have a right to know about the quality/lack of quality and any and all safety issues involved before, during and after they purchase/use it!

 
at 3/13/08, 10:12 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe obama can get some buses in Cincinnati!!

 
at 3/13/08, 10:15 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

50 years later

now maybe we can this racket about teachers in Ohio having to take 9 semesters hours of college credit which the schools won't pay for in order to renew their certificates every 4 years - robbing the public school system to pay the colleges for all these thousands of dollars worth of basket-weaving classes is not a sound educational or financial plan, Ohio; when-o-when will Ohio do business ethically? when-o-when will we ever have school administrators who have iq's above 30?

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Cincinnati.Com » The Enquirer » Local news » Strickland: School chief lacking


Last Updated: 6:34 pm | Thursday, March 13, 2008


Strickland: School chief lacking
BY BEN FISCHER | BFISCHER@ENQUIRER.COM
E-mail | Print | digg us! | del.icio.us! | Click-2-Listen

Gov. Ted Strickland today slammed Ohio’s top education official, saying the independently appointed state superintendent lacks the vision to take the next step in schools reform.

 
at 3/13/08, 10:16 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

what does mallory do all day for his paycheck?

 
at 3/13/08, 10:45 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

JIM:

Do you enjoy drawing Obama? I like this one...

 
at 3/14/08, 8:33 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

mccain is going to win because cincy is going to vote/rig him in (like his best buddy bush)

 
at 3/14/08, 9:33 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

just what we need, another surly, smirky president-wanna-be, who ignores the real issues

 
at 3/14/08, 9:36 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow! The democrates agree on something!!

Michigan, campaigns talk do-over primary By KATHY BARKS HOFFMAN, Associated Press Writer
2 hours, 17 minutes ago

LANSING, Mich. - Michigan Democrats are close to an agreement with presidential candidates Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama to hold a do-over primary.

 
at 3/14/08, 9:40 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Enquirer needs a sunshine law for this site

The Enquirer will devote a lot of space this coming week to Sunshine Laws which ensure government transparency and accountability, which is a good thing. It's a rare occasion when my editor asks me to essentially illustrate a Forum piece, and I'm happy to oblige.

 
at 3/15/08, 5:06 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wasn't this blog about Geraldine?

Guess not.

 
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