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.


January 30: Trumps “alternative facts” are boosting sales of Orwell’s books.

January 31

February 1

February 2

February 3: Even the Super Bowl is getting involved in presidential


February 4: Enjoy Super Sunday!

February 6: A take off on the Janis Joplin song “Mercedes Benz” with reference to Trump’s demand to build and buy American.

February 6 & 7: My idea is to honor Tom Brady’s Super Bowl performance(s) with a limited edition of quarters with his image on the back.

February 8: The Super Bowl ad showed Adolphus Busch as an immigrant who was part of Budweiser’s Anheuser Busch brewery. What the ad did not show was that Budweiser is now owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev

headquartered in Belgium.

February 9

February 10: Or--


February 11:

Alternative ad?