I have been drawing cartoons for many years. The title of my cartoon panels is THE

LITE STUFF. The premise of my cartoons is that America has a predominantly

commercial culture.  My cartoons fit right into this culture.  I use the methods of

commercial advertising to look at everyday objects (stuff) and events from a humorous

(lite) perspective. The humor often comes from the interplay between word and object. 

So here goes.


April 4

April 5: Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney wants to tax sugar-sweetened beverages at 3 cents per ounce.

April 6

April 7: The Panama Papers have exposed a Panamanian law firm for money laundering and providing a tax haven for the rich and well-connected.

April 8: The US government thwarted Pfizer’s attempt an an inversion by merging with Allergan whose tax base is in Ireland.

April 9

April 11

April 12: Jordon Spieth blew his lead at the Masters on Sunday with a quadruple bogey on the par 3 twelfth hole. It cost him the title.

April 13: New Yorker cartoonist William Hamilton died last Friday in Kentucky in a car accident. In his memory I am re-posting a cartoon I did four years ago in which he was the subject.

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