May 2009

The Wall Street Journal, September 10, 1968


In my humble opinion, not too shabby for a gag and drawing that's almost 42 years old.

Training, May 1988


Hmm -- I guess this type of thing is happening a lot these days. It's a gag that is probably more appropriate for now than it was in 1988.

National Review, June 10, 1988


Explanation: Back in those days, some people weren't happy with the "liberal" leanings of the U.S. Supreme Court, headed by Chief Justice Earl Warren. This cartoon was a natural for William Buckley's conservative publication, National Review, although I didn't draw it with that magazine in mind. I was kind of hoping that The New Yorker or The Wall Street Journal would nibble on it, but apparently that was not meant to be.

The Wall Street Journal, May 13, 1969


It seems to me now that, in my early cartoons for The Wall Street Journal and other financial publications, I was having a lot of fun with women's ignorance of the technicalities of the stock market and of money matters in general. That's not very true these days, and it's certainly not very p.c. -- I doubt if I could get away with a silly gag like this today.

Training, June 1992


I could have gone on and on, I guess, but probably 14 adjectives were enough to get the point across.

Sun, November 19, 2002


Don't you just love it when they cut off your signature like that?