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The Elephant that Forgot

Though, to be fair, despite the appearances of some, none of today’s elephants were alive in 1888 — – Above, from the front cover of the October 3rd, 1888 edition of Puck magazine, artist Joseph Keppler, Sr. depicts the efforts of Republican Congressmen to dig a trap for Democratic President Grover Cleveland… Need more be […]

Focus on Cartoonists: Cartoons Magazine Centennial February 1913

Cartoons Magazine continues its trend to expand its prose articles by and about cartoonists. Gathered here are all the articles from the February 1913 issue. Click on the above & below pages, to display them large enough to read. Above, artist William Kemp Starrett writes about a cartoonist’s day. Below, we have an article written […]

Wall Street Panics & Collapses: Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons #107

Using mostly cartoons shown over the course of our Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons run, plus a scattering of a few new ones, we have a brief review in pictures, of Wall Street Crashes & Panics, from mid-19th Century, up through Great Depression I. The upcoming election pits one candidate who is a millionaire […]

Raising the Funds to Buy the Presidency: Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons #104

Above, Raising the Funds to Buy the Presidency, by artist Joseph Keppler, Sr., depicting Republican fund raisers in the guise of medieval clergy selling indulgences (i.e., back before/during Martin Luther, the church would sell tickets to Heaven, in which people could be absolved for any sin, for enough money “donated” to the church). Implied in […]

Dressing Up the Party

Above & below, a few cartoons in time for the next stage of the Great Republican Etch-a-Sketch Makeover, concealing their true words and actions of the past years and months, hiding their actual schemes which would guarantee electoral defeat if honestly revealed, and so must be dressed up in pretty sounding fare, for the consumption […]

Tainted Food: Tigwissel Tuesdays # 37

In this week’s Tigwissel Tuesdays, we look at the dangers of consuming food, pre-F.D.A., as numerous Republican candidates have proudly declared that they would like to dismantle the Food & Drug Administration. As Mitt Romney might inelegantly phrase it when amongst his friends, Americans are too lazy to take responsibility for their own lives and […]

The Working Man’s Friend

So okay, I had planned to introduce this set of cartoons this month anyway, but Mitt Romney just two days ago made all my intros for the next month-and-a-half, a whole lot easier, by calling nearly half of all Americans lazy & worthless bums, soaking the government. Including retirees who earned their Social Security. And […]

James Blaine’s “Tattooed-Man”, June 18th, 1884: The Writing on the Wall

Above, by Puck magazine founder & artist, Joseph Keppler, Sr., The Writing on the Wall. On stage & shrinking from the light of the words “Republican Revolt” on the backwall, are 1884 Republican Presidential nominee James G. Blaine, as the Tattooed Man, and his Vice-Presidential running mate. Blaine — well known nationally for his corruption […]

James G. Blaine’s “The Tattooed Man”: He Can’t Out Run His Record, July 30th, 1884

There may no longer be any urgency in pointing out the parallels between the corrupt & morally lacking present Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich, and the G.O.P.’s 1884 Presidential nominee, James Blaine. But, having already dug out and scanned a large number of Blaine cartoons — including several in the twenty-two cartoon Tattooed Man series — […]

The Pyrrhic Victory of the Mulligan Guards

Just a quickie today, involving our favorite Corrupt Politician/Satirical Target of the Presidential Election of 1884 – Newt Ging–, er… James G. Blaine! Above, by cartoonist Joseph Keppler, Sr., the centerspread cartoon in the September 17th, 1884 issue of Puck magazine – The Pyrrhic Victory of the Mulligan Guards of Maine (Blaine’s home-state). I chose […]

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