Hate/Fan Mail

Sending comments directly to Jim through the site has been disabled, thanks to spam outnumbering hate mail outnumbering fan mail. The fan mail was cool till Jim's mom stopped writing them. The hate mail was always good for a laugh, cry, or extended bout of depression. But the spam was just too much. The following is an archives of some of the hilarious and uplifting messages (occasionally with Jim's amused responses). If you'd like to sound off, start a debate at the forum instead!

Below, you will see the praise and contempt Jim has received over the past years or so (and a few selected older ones), including occasional sarcastic remarks by Jim. Even though this is a lot of fun, this section is to be phased this out to encourage people to use the forum.

You will find that the champions of "political correctness" - the liberals - can be as unPC as they come, as they throw "tolerance" out the window, when it comes to conservatives. There are a couple open-minded ones, but they have so far been outnumbered by the f***-you-and-everything-you-stand-for crowd. Fortunately they are always good for a laugh or two. :)

None of the content has been changed, other than editing out profanities with asterisks (*). Spelling errors remain, so deciphering these is your job. :-)

  1. Date: Tue, 9 Feb 1999 23:07:01

    Your cartoons are pretty funny, but I think that they should be more raunchier and they should contain more nudity.

    I'm saving that for sweeps week.

  2. Date: Wed, 23 Feb 1999

    From an editorial in the Pipe Dream, University of Binghamton's newspaper:

    In the Review's February issue, a cartoon titled, "Politically Correct" graced their 20th page. The [Ebonics] cartoon is ripe with negative racial implications, while offering no message to suggest otherwise.

    This is not the first time in the history of the Review that an article rang racial alarm...

  3. Date: Mon, 1 Mar 1999 18:22:02

    I enjoyed your drawings but I wouldn't call your cartoons editorial. It didn't take much thinking to realize what a pompous blowhard you are.I am not into being Politically Correct but some things are just wrong and that includes the blatant racism and disrecpect you show on your page. That's my OPINION on your OPINION

    Then maybe you should do a little more thinking.

  4. Date: Thu, 4 Mar 1999 23:19:43

    Your comic on Ebonics insults all those who speak it based on the fact that the white majority has trouble understanding it. I can't wait for a black humorist to poke fun at the white WASPs because he can't understand what they're saying.

    Beyond that, you openly declare yourself as a rascist when you say (by means of the sign on the door) that people who speak Ebonics can only get a job as a pimp...someone who farms out prostitutes. Your saying that by speaking Ebonics, the intelligence of someone is some how negated or disproved, so that they can only engage in duplicitous activities. I can give you many examples of people who speak Ebonics, are very intelligent, and are not pimps. For example, I have a friend who speaks what you call Ebonics, and makes $155 an hr. as a programmer. He can write lucid and thoughtful letters when called for, but prefers to speak as he grew up speaking. This man is who you stereotype as a stupid black man who can't speak proper English, and will end up as a pimp.

    It also says a little something that in all your comics the Ebonics comic is the only one to feature black people, and it's in a derogatory way...gee I wonder what you think about black people.

    No matter what atractive ideas conservatives hide behind their message is still clear: WE DO NOT WANT TO GIVE UP OUR POWER, KEEP THINGS THE WAY THEY ARE...WE ARE WASPS HEAR US ROAR

    Until I see this entire unadulterated message posted on your comments page as a testement to tolerance I will send this message again every day.

    But I bet her friend could make even more money if he were a pimp... (oh, and threats are not necessary to get your hate letters here, but it helps to prove your own tolerance.)

  5. Date: Thu, 31 Mar 1999

    I found your site by mistake, and it was a big mistake. Since I strongly support free speech of all kinds, I agree that your views should be heard. However, I find your views very disturbing. I also find the number of people, especially young people, who like your work alarming. I hope these young people will have a more insightful and intelligent view of the world after they experience more life and become more informed. I guess I was pretty narrow-minded when I was younger too. I wonder why you haven't grown out of it yet. You seem to do nothing but follow the strict guidelines of the conservative handbook. Do you have any actual thoughts of your own? Why not decide your views on an issue first, instead of molding them into your narrow ideology. Think for yourself. Maybe your thought processes are already too warped to think clearly. I don't find your cartoons very humorous, but it's not because your views differ from my own. I just don't think they're straying from the opinions that some other grumpy conservative has already voiced. If you want to read a funny cartoon by an artist who takes a strong, ground-breaking approach, read Tom Tomorrow's "This Modern World." You might learn something.

    Thanks for the suggestion. Let me ask Rush if it's okay with him, first.

  6. Date: Mon, 3 Jan 2000 15:28:48

    When I was little my grandmother taught me to say my prayers for among others, the President of the United States. There weren't any codicles in her prayers that stated "Bless him Lord" but only if he's a Republican. Her resoning was that no matter how he got there or who voted him into office, he is our country's president and needs all the help he can get. My grandmother, if she were alive, would be 110 years old. If she knew you, I'm sure she'd be praying for you. But, not for what you and other's like you are doing... Sign me "A concerned Lincoln Republican."

    Bless this person, Lord, with a sense of humor...

  7. Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2000 01:14:56

    I've been reading your cartoons for over a year now, and decided it was time to leave a note. Au contraire to the popular liberal opinions about conservatives, displayed by a few liberals who left their venom earlier, I don't agree with everything you (or anyone else) has to say, but I think you're right on in the vast majority of your cartoons. Basically, keep up the good work. I'll keep disagreeing with some and laughing at the rest. Thank you for the quality amusement.
    Oh, and I don't carry a gun, but I've never been robbed, mugged, raped, or otherwise victimized because I wasn't. There rests the main area I disagree with you. Anyhow, I'll be back next week to read another cartoon. =) Thanks muchly again.

    Submit your photo and address so I can post it big on the Web site: "Easy Money: This person is unarmed and unprotected. You can reach her at..."

  8. Date: Fri, 28 Jul 2000 15:35:20

    I have just finished reading the archive of your cartoons. I must ask, why do you seem to have such passionate hatred for our president?

    It's to hide my true passionate love for him.

  9. Date: Mon, 9 Oct 2000 10:14:38

    I found the insinuation that Al Gore is selling secrets interesting. In fact, the Walker Family spy ring and Aldrich Ames did their extremely damaging dirty work during the Reagan-Bush era. I mean, cryto was sold and agents were unmasked and killed. Doesn't get much worse than that.

    Come to think of it, the Chinese stole the design for our advanced W-88 warhead in the late eighties. Surprise! It was the Reagan-Bush era. Clinton may have covered it up, but it happened during Reagan-Bush.

    I realize that these and many other facts are very inconvenient. But you just keep looking at the world through ideologically colored glasses and don't you worry about facts. Just HATE, HATE, HATE.

  10. Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2000 22:41:11

    damn..u really really suck..my goodness man..none of this stuff is even remotely funny..a lot of it is even offensive..i hope this is just a hobbie..cuz ..goddamn..i hate u..

    Geesh. And the liberals (10/9/00) accuse ME of hating. This guy flat out says it.

  11. Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2000 14:40:45

    Hopefully the mothership will descend and pick up you bloodless-heart conservatives before the next election.

    I hear it's coming to drop off more conservatives... then we're going home on November 8.

  12. Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2000 08:56:20

    I know absolutely nothing about politics but i like your cartoons. I think they are funny lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol.I also think your page is a waste of your own time and money.

    This makes me money... Government programs are a waste of my money.

  13. Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2000 19:19:19

    Republicans...heh...thank God the old die off..I'm glad we (or generation x as you like to deem us) are not as closeminded and pathetic as conservatives are.

    oh btw I like your drawings. I think political cartoons are fun indeed.

    Actually, I am from "Generation X", but thanks for playing.

  14. Date: Sat, 4 Nov 2000 14:02:09

    I found this web site to be extremely stupid and biased for all it could do was criticize Al Gore when George Bush is the one whom has many more "faux pas." George Bush's highlights aren't shown enough here either, especially my favorite sides of him including:
    His stuttering
    His idiocy
    His frail understanding of many debate subjects
    & His incomplete answers to most all questions directed to him.

    Why does every liberal think that a website about my views should give their views. Get your own Web site... or at least write me e-mails that are also unbiased.

  15. Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2000 16:30:52

    Gore is the better candidate so change your political ways dude

    Well, I'm convinced.

  16. Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2000 17:35:46

    It's eerie how your Oct. 8th cartoon semi-predicted the current mess.


    I know... Even I'm a bit freaked out by it.

  17. Date: Fri, 5 Jan 2001 12:31:49

    Bite the big one Jim.
    You have four years to defend this guy I hope you are up to the task.

    Can you defend the Democrats' attacks for the 4-8 years?

  18. Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2001 22:31:10

    I can't believe after the all the ribbing that republicans gave Bill Clinton for trying to have a cabinet that reflects all the diversity in this country you now think that that idiot I have to call a president is a genius for doing the same thing!!!!! Answer me one question why now except a more inclusive cabinet? Why not when Bill did the same thing and first. Sorry for the run on sentences. I am a bit rushed.

    Check out my cartoon on Bush's diverse Cabinet, genius.

  19. Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2001 10:43:51

    When I found this website a was sure it would be jackpot, but instead its mostly humorless Clinton bashing, and mindless pro-airhead (Dubya) trash. It sickens me that you have true fans who have no perception of your lack of wit. Sue me if you like, but...You Suck!

    So is "you suck" humorous, mindful, or witty?

  20. Date: Fri, 16 Feb 2001 16:57:55

    I am not pc but I still do care about things I say to people I care about.I don"t believe in cenorship.I believe you should be able to speak your mind. There are people in this world that are mean as hell.But that is life you can tell people to stop being themselves.Your people are just like a cult telling people there doing things that are not right.There is only one who can judge us and that is god.I beieve you should keep your beliefs to yourself because one day you might mess with the wroung person and they will knock you on your ass.I beieve the next war will be here in the usa between your king and the ones who will not give up there freedom without a fight.If you like being sentive to people go head but don"t try to make people fell that they are not living there life the right way as you call it.

    Did this guy even read my cartoons?

  21. Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2001 13:10:30

    The comic about gays paying for the cure for AIDS has got to be the most politically incorrect thing I've ever heard!! Keep up the good work.

    I don't think I did a cartoon on that.

  22. Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2001 09:28:58

    I was recently shown one of your old cartoons regarding Prop 187, and in your archives I found one about Official English. As an immigration reduction supporter, I appreciate anyone with the fortitude to stand up to the absurdity of our runaway immigration problem.

  23. Date: Monday, 16 April 2001 20:19:44

    I forgot to ask.... Do you have a book published full of your cartoons? I think it'd be a best seller and a real money grabber. Plus, it'd be just a really good idea.

    Thanks, but not yet. In the meantime, you can buy each of my cartoons on shirts and mousepads. ;)

  24. Date: Thursday, 19 April 2001 14:02:14

    Was that supposed to be amusing? I suppose it's difficult enough to promote and defend conservative ideas without trying to make it funny!

    Thanks. That's a fine defense of liberal ideas, too.

  25. Date: Sunday, 6 May 2001 11:06:56

    Well, Mr. Huber, you are certainly in possession of some interesting political views. It would seem to me that you actually believe that there is a differnece between the Democrats and the Republicans as opposed to both being out to get in power and stay there. No one with any political ideals ever made it to Washington. No matter what stance a politician takes before he is elected he will inevitably turn into a money-grabing capitalist. And what is wrong with that? Is your nation not founded on such principals? The land of the free? Free to make money, and indeed free to express political views, but only if you've made your money first. I can't really accept that you are a rabid conservitive, nor are you a liberal. Like most you seem to be sitting firmly on the fence. You attack Bill Clinton, a man not without flaws, but a man who pulled America out of an economic slump after the double assault of Bush senior and Reganomics. Do you want a return to facism as there was when Regan was in power? Do y

    Winchester Mclean (Ireland)

    I sure do!!!

  26. Date: Saturday, 12 May 2001 18:53:42

    While your cartoons are slightly amusing, I fail to see the humor in assuming the only job fit for an African American is a pimp. Check out the Boondocks...much funnier

    Sometimes I wonder why people actually read that comic... till I come across people like this.

  27. Date: Thursday, 24 May 2001 02:14:25

    Try to edit your creating of unnecessary materials before attempting to impress us with your insight. The evidence that you are a nincompoop will still be available to readers, but they will be able to access it more rapidly.

    Well, at least my message is getting out...

  28. Date: Thursday, 31 May 2001 19:52:07

    We e-mailed each other a few years ago , I'm the Jim Huber who lives in Comrade Gephardts district in St. Louis . Glad to see you are still blasting these libtoids . JIM HUBER

    It's good to know that there is a Jim Huber out there who gets to vote against Dick Gephardt every two years.

  29. Date: Saturday, 9 June 2001 04:35:12

    It's a shame that there's any division within our political system. I understand the need for at least a partisan government, but I believe that such intensely partisan views on a number of issues are outrageous. Liberal or conservative, it makes no difference. Viewing any situation from only one side is wrong. Judging from your work, and you do have talent, you likely give little chance to liberal views at all. A truly refreshing political cartoonist would be one who might switch up from time to time. I've not seen that in your work. It seems that you'd likely vote Republican regardless of the cause, you'd vote as such for the sake of voting conservative, without even listening to the issues. You've likely, of course, particularly based upon your cartoons, become well versed in the issues, but I think that the bias is there from the get-go. I suggest broadening your horizons, butch. Get to it.

    God forbid that I vote according to my beliefs...

  30. Date: Wednesday, 13 June 2001 18:13:29

    the humor is a bit clumsy--are you sure you're annoying liberals?

    Have you read my hate mail?

  31. Date: Saturday, 7 July 2001 18:46:04

    I am one of the unfortunates. I was born white, male, conservative. I also am an honorably discharged vet, with a degree and married to one women for 32 years. I really like your work but we do not get your cartoons in the local papers. I especially liked the one's on Colin Powell as Clinton, and sexual harrasment. Keep up the good work and the proud name.
    [Jim Huber]

    I don't remember writing this to myself or being a vet, but I like what I had to say to me.

  32. Date: Thursday, 2 August 2001 01:45:40

    Follows a copy of letter to Katy Publisher:

    Mr. Steger,

    I read with interest the lead story on your web page:
    It was determined that the 31-year-old victim was strangled and then asphyxiated,

    according to the evidence presented by the medical examiner, who had performed the autopsy on the body. During the trial, Dr. Paul Shroe testified that the victim died by choking on dirt by inhalation. ...

    I find it very ironic that your paper decided to drop Jim Huber because of "the extreme nature of [his] last two opinion cartoons".
    It is said that China gives muscle relaxers to "criminals" prior to shooting them in the back of the head so the organ harvest will be better. The cartoon in question addressed this.

    Euthanasia has already been widely practiced in the Netherlands, and there have long been anecdotal accounts emerging from its hospitals of old people being pressured to accept "mercy-killing" so as not to burden or bother their families; of doctors taking the decision upon themselves, without consultation with families or individuals, of when to end undesirable lives; of people who were merely depressed obtaining medical permission and assistance to kill themselves. The other cartoon in question addressed this possibility in the U.S. (Oregon, for instance, has started down this road).

    As your lead story was extreme in nature (strangling and dying by choking on dirt is extreme, not to mention the dissection by the medical examiner) I can only assume that you have a double standard when using the term "extreme nature" that occurs in "extreme liberals".

    Don Winningham
    [address removed]

    Thanks for writing on my behalf!

  33. Date: Thursday, 2 August 2001 12:17:52

    URL for cartoon: http://www.smokersclub.com/brick.gif

    This was a nice one, sucking up to the tobacco companies like a little b*tch. Smoking unlike brick laying is an addiction, the tobacco companies are human predators who pray on the weakness of others. Its not a questions of choice. It takes the average person over 7 attempts to quit smoking. Anyone who says they smoke because they enjoy it is a liar.


    That's right. I'm sucking up to the tobacco companies. They pay for my home and everything in it so I will do these toons... everything from my Camel stereo to my Marlboro bed.

  34. Date: Thursday, 23 August 2001 01:04:46

    First and only conservative cartoonist who provides for feedback. That I appreciate. Your political views and mine oppose each other by natural law. I have tried without avail to ascertain what is it that creates in man the desire to become in all aspects of life better than his neighbors. Such though, in my opinion, is the driving force behind conservative politics. Well fellow citizen, enjoy the next four 3 years and and 5 months. Even less for the legislative body. But then again, your production will go up in that case.

  35. Date: Thursday, 13 September 2001 13:46:28 -0700

    Dear Jim,
    think what you just did was wonderful To take the time to send out a message of encouragement and positive ideas on how to help was a marvelous idea.

    I thank you, and do appreciate your humor [most of the time anyway] ha ha

    God Bless You and God Bless America
    K.E. Kennedy
    San Matoe, California

  36. Date: Thursday, 13 September 2001 18:48:28 EDT

    Thank you for your wonderful words. I lost a good friend on that UA flight. She was one of the flight attendants.

  37. Date: Thursday, 13 September 2001 20:20:55 EDT

    You said it beautifully. We've lived it here in the NYC area up close and very personally.

    Thank you for words of encouragement, we all need them.

    But this is ONE AMERICA now MORE Than Ever!!!
    God Bless the victims and families, God Bless George Bush and our military and God Bless America, the leader of the free world.

  38. Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2001 00:00:05

    Hey they make no sence. What the hell are you tring to explain? There is no damn point and it's not helping me with my job either b*tch

    Once again, I have been outwitted.

  39. Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2002 20:29:19

    hi,i like your cartoons THIS IS NOT A HATE MAIL i promice.i just want to give you a tip:make a political cartoon for every admendment.i need it for a collage project.thanks!sorry if i bothered you but us "cartoon people"got to stick to gether.later!!ThAnKs!!

    Tip duly noted. Okay, I will start doing an amendment related one each week. I hope your project is due in 27 weeks. I also hope you use a spell checker after you write it up.

  40. Date: Sat, 9 Mar 2002 11:52:58

    It is rude to do that to one of "OUR" 4 fathers.

    Are you sure you read the same cartoon I did?

  41. Date: Mon, 18 Mar 2002 15:58:19

    I hate people like you. Really, I do. People like you are what are wrong with the world. Do you actually think that a world without some type of order is better than the one we have now. The Founding Fathers were not democratic like some would like to believe. If it wasn't for James Willison we would not even be able to have some kind of voice in who would become president. If you knew your history you would know that people like Alexander Hamilton wanted our government to be like England's. So don't tell me that a person like Jefferson was against the type of government we have right now. If I remember correctly, wasn't he one of the people who helped create it?

    I often try to add humorous remarks after comments, but this guy suggesting that our present government's size and scope is based on its constitutional limits and would make Jefferson proud is laughable in itself.

  42. Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2002 17:58:47

    I was at a loss for words when I first saw your site...and as a writer, that's a pretty uncommon phenomenon. While I completely disagree with your portrayal of racial minorities, American or foreign, I know it is your right to be racist and to portray them in a negative, misleading manner, thereby adding to this country's racial problems home and abroad. So congrats on being part of the problem.

    What I am worried about, however, is not that you are close-minded, racist and ignorant of diversity, but that children might see this site and begin to adopt your ideas as their own. I found this site doing a simple research project for my class -- imagine if a very impressionable 10-year-old found it as well. What if that 10-year-old began spouting the messages of hate and prejudice from your site? I think that'd be pretty sad. I can only imagine that someone like you would be happy they've hindered social relations in this country. So again, congratulations on being part of the problem. I sincerely hope that if you have children, they are more tolerant and open than you are.

    Well, if someone your age can't understand my cartoons, then I guess the 10 year olds are in trouble.

  43. Date: Sun, 2 Jun 2002 01:28:44

    I have been of the thought for some time that a compliment is due for Mr. Huber's timely and insightful political cartoons. Now I intend to fulfill that debt.

    As I ween my way through the Conservative brand of artistic opinion, I have found myself stopped time and again for further consideration of the sometimes painful, but always poigniant, review of his Politically Incorrect cartoon feature.

    While many in this genre throw an unguided dart in attempt to score a point, Mr. Huber time and again crowds the bulls eye with his commentary- and he makes it seem effortless to boot.

    We, (I and James Huber) may sometimes agree and often times do not, I still have a duty to give just consideration to his ability to effectively, and humorously, communicate his ideas.

    Bravo! Mr. Huber, it is the satirists like yourself that enrich understanding through daring provocation that contribute constructively to the public debate!, while lesser portrayers cloud and distort it.

  44. Date: Thu, 4 Jul 2002 02:49:32

    You are the perfect conservative cartoonist!...Lame, patronizing, and unoriginal! Sorry. (I'm sure you'll find a misspelled word...Did I forget to mention "trivial" and "judgemental"?

  45. Date: Tue, 27 Aug 2002 17:05:52

    I agree with you that pilots shold have guns in the cockpits. During the cold war, all we needed to do was have more weapons and we won. More weapons = security. Who are those morons who think that it poses more of a safety risk to give these pilots guns who are mostly unpaid and disgruntled, and some who fly drunk. It's not as if something did happen they could ever miss and hit a passenger or acciddentally shoot an incoming steward because they are too paranoid and have no way of getting over it without hold the handle of a gun. Violence begets violence, an eye for an eye leaves the world blind, unless you shoot them first!!! Now let's go kill innocent Iraqi civilians, I know YOU'RE with me! Me no agree with you, me think you naive, me leave your site now! However, in the words of Voltaire "I disagree with what you are saying, but I will defend, to the death, your right to say it."

    What the heck? I think he started out praising me.

  46. Date: Thu, 12 Sep 2002 00:02:09

    Jim, I love the site and cartoons. I wise that I had found it earlier. If you ever need a conservative political hack to take on liberal arguments about anything, I'd be glad to help out.

  47. Date: Thu, 19 Sep 2002 22:22:04

    Well, Jim, I gotta say...I agree with you on a lot of things, but tell me this: Do you really ALWAYS agree with republicans and ALWAYS disagree with democrats, or do you just feel obligated to draw things that way?

    Well, I always find stuff from Democrats that I disagree with.

  48. Date: Fri, 4 Oct 2002 23:26:26

    Gee, jim.

    Not much happenin' with the mail here, huh?

    Not with yours, anyway.

  49. Date: Sat, 26 Oct 2002 20:24:41

    Mr. Huber,
    I am disheartened at your untimely expression of humor following the death of one noble Senator Wellstone. Now is a time of mourning, rather than a ripfest against the political beliefs of many. I am deeply troubled by this insensitive propaganda.
    Regretfully yours,

    What are you talking about? My cartoon was about the D.C. Sniper, not politics. The irony is three days after this e-mail was the infamous Wellstone funeral/political rally.

  50. Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2002 10:43:43


    I work for a non-profit legal advocacy organization dedicated to promoting and defending women's reproductive rights worldwide. I am inquiring about any reproductive rights or pro-choice related cartoons that you may have created in the past month. The cartoon will be used for our newsletter -- "Reproductive Freedom News."

    Thank you for your help!

    You're asking me?

  51. Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2002 10:16:19

    While I disagree with some (or most, I suppose) of your views, I can totally appreciate the humor involved. I used to to read these these in the Spectrum at UB, and generally it was the only thing worth reading in the paper.

    Cool! Someone from the olden days! Thanks for the compliment!

  52. Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2003 18:17:43

    About that guy from Mon. Jan 20, 2003.

    What an utter moron! Not only did you do nothing but manipulate Jim's words into what you wanted to hear, you also just filled your letter with a load of ignorant BS.

    I wonder how many liberal cartoon websites he has sent email to, scolding them for making fun of conservatives or republicans, even though their party has its own problems.

    He also mentions that spelling errors do not show intelligence or lack there of. But in the next paragraph he implies that George W. Bush is stupid for having syntax errors in his speech. God forbid! Even more stupid is that he claims that its "true that most 'conservatives' are stupid". And shame shame on conservatives for saying that about liberals.

    His problem is that he is so narrow minded and set in his bleeding heart views that he doesnt even realize the disgustingly moronic double standard he has set. He is even more stupid that some of the wacko liberal hate mail senders you get because of his sad attempt to sound intelligent.

    Unfortunately, I must've tidied up this page, at the expense of the post he refers to. That said, wouldn't these messages and rebuttals be much more interesting in my Forum? Hint hint.

  53. Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2003 02:28:41

    I'm not white. I'm not black. I am still very offended by your site. You might as well put some sheets over yourself and chant "white power." You completely disrespect and debase any person of non-white decent. Your views are so ignorant and irrational, and very much anti Christ and anti-declaration of independence, for that matter. If you think that you are entitled to more wealth, education, and opportunity just because you are white, then you are saying that you are better than non-whites, and you are judging God's creations, what gives YOU the right to judge God? Also, you are in serious need of a history lesson, you seem to have forgotten that blacks were brought to America by force and enslaved. You have forgotten that Mexicans lived in California long before the white man did, and that Native Americans were here before the first white man stepped ashore the Western Hemisphere. You seem to forget and push aside the FACT that these people were treated like inferiors throughout history, and still today. You seem to forget that the web of opportunities that the average white person has, is much wider than that of the average non-white citizen. Your ideologies remind me of nothing less than the ideologies of those who supported eugenics and even genocide. I feel sorry for you and truly pity you and anyone like you. How unfortunate that you grew up in such a conservative atmosphere where no one is allowed to think for themselves. And I feel sorry for your pathetic come backs about liberals, come on, make a real argument...if you can. I absolutely despise your cartoons. I don't know if you ever went to college, but from your opinions, you come across as a very uneducated and poor (in a strictly non-monetary way) man. Youre white supremacy ideologies bring out the true filth in this world, where, let's face it, white people are decreasing by the minute. It's only a matter of time until people like you fall off the face of the earth completely. I personally can't wait until then. And I'm not hating you or whites, but your ideals and opinions are too radical in the right direction to even be considered serious.


    For goodness sake. Did you even read my cartoons? For a letter with no spelling errors, this has to be the dumbest one I've read so far. This rant would have been much better in the Forum section, to encourage debate.

  54. Date: Sat, 16 Aug 2003 02:11:27

    Putting an overly-kind charicature of yourself in the center of every biased cartoon... sure your ego can handle it?

    I've only put myself in there three times the entire year. Either I'm not that biased or my ego isn't that big. Thank you either way.

  55. Date: Mon, 22 Dec 2003 22:10:34

    All I can say is what a fantastic site you have here! For a long time I have been looking for a good colection of conservative political cartoons. This site is like a oasis of conservatism in the middle of a liberal desert since conservative humor is hard to come across these days. I always find it funny when all of the liberals send hate mail, they never use proper grammer. Just about proves one of the many reasons how we can blame the liberals for the demise of society. So all in all, you have a really great site right here. Keep up the good work!

  56. Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2003 20:10:55

    Thank you for these refreshing cartoons!! I am a white conservative in a public high school and often find myself in the minority. It's good to know that there are more of us out there! Thanks again!

  57. Date: Mon, 29 Dec 2003 13:01:02

    You have confused ideas of what is liberal and what is conservative. Typical.

    Typical of conservatives or liberals?

  58. Date: Mon, 29 Dec 2003 22:01:40

    After reading your archives, it seems to me that 90% of your hate mail is either non-constructive or outright ignorant (not to mention poorly spelled!). I appreciate the delicious irony of seeing such intolerance and hate coming from such allegedly "enlightened" people. Also, your witty responses to these venomous rants say much more about your tolerance and patience.

  59. Date: Tue, 21 Dec 2004 00:39:07

    Haha those made my day thanks im gonna try to convince my teachers to go to it haha I live in an extremely brainwashed town where being a conservative will get you a shanking almost but anyways thanks those were very great and a change from what im constantly being shown

  60. Date: Sat, 01 Jan 2005 10:45:30

    Your wierd and crazy!

  61. Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2005 10:32:51

    Funny comics, though sometimes a bit too focused, if such a thing can be qualified as a flaw. Though some of them appear simplistic, overall great work. Keep it up!

  62. Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2005 00:07:10

    Hello. I was browsing through your archives and came across the one from September 16 (I think that was the date) 2001. It shows tombstones depicting where the trade center was, with the caption "Their deaths will be avenged." So what has our foolish president done to avenge those deaths? I have a bad feeling that nothing will be avenged or accomplished as far as Osama bin Laden is concerned. Shrub is more interested in helping out his oil buddies by messing around in Iraq than he is in avenging anything, except maybe Saddam's threats against Shrub senior.

    P.S. I came to this site after a conservative person I talk to online recommended it. According to a mutual friend, this person enjoys sending ignorant, poorly spelled "hate mail" to conservatives (including you) under disguise as a liberal. True story! Hmm, maybe I should pretend to be a conservative and ... ;)

  63. Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2005 08:36:18

    I have an aidea for a cartoon, portrya Sens. Kennedy and Kerry as Toody and Multoon from Car 54 where are you? They act about as intellegent as Toody and Muldoon so why not portrya them as such?


    PS I live in Mass.

    Oo! Oo! ...No.

  64. Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2005 14:39:02

    way to go my man. with all the bush trashing going on i really like it when people have the common sense to see the stupidity of liberals (no offense to any liberals reading this page) but by all means continue to create your wicked little 'toons and i will by all means keep checkin' em out! (oh and i will tell all my friends, i'm a recruiter, so to speak)

  65. Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2005 17:39:38

    Read The American Conservative sometime and find out why the Bushies are really quite far from truly conservative. You're helping support a corrupt and morally bankrupt administration.

  66. Date: Sun, 20 Feb 2005 01:14:48

    i'm gonna say this and this only: I know your kind incompetent and arrogant, so why try to discourage you continue stable point at the begining of the evolution chain.

    I guess my incompetence is my reading comprehension ability. Can someone translate this for me?

  67. Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2005 08:41:21

    It is refreshing to see a conservative cartoon. I'll be back to this web site.

  68. Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2005 15:52:30

    I'm going to be creating a special site on political correctness.Is there a way to talk to you.Do we have to pay to register or what....Tell the guy who slammed tou on WMDs We'll give him 14 months notice that were going to come in and search his house.I wonder what we would fing?

    You can reach me on my 900 number phone line. $4.95 for the first minute, $1.95 each additional minute.

  69. Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2005 10:27:48

    I am able to speak from personal experience as to the the difficulty in trying to register to vote and to be able to maintain a viable voter registration address thus hampering my CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS to exercise my voting participation/representation. I am always the one who is writing/speaking concerning the violation of my "rights" specifically emphasizing my stint as an Independent Fee Appraiser for the Veterans Administration and the subsequent tragic fiasco's in my attempts to seek judiciary relief!

    . Bratislava, Slovakia, Pope John Paul II,9/11/03 "...a society respectful of human life in all its expressions that promotes the family as a place of reciprocal love and growth of persons, that seeks the common good and is attentive to the needs of the weakest". . . . "Do not be satisfied with the soul quest for economic advantages. Great affluence, in fact, can also generate great poverty."

    ". . . Life on the Run" Article I, Section 19 of the Texas Constitution states: "No citizen of this state shall be deprived of life, liberty, property, privileges or immunities, or in any other manner disenfranchised, except by the due course of the law of the land."

    It is the continuous flagrant actions of the following two-faced self-serving sneaks(on both sides)that causes monetary/legal shortfalls.

    So justify this, if you can! This "play for cash, food, hotel room(lodging)" is no new thing. If one wants to put someone into jail, cause trouble even kill or injure a person with no retaliation just go to your local shelters(both religious and non-religious). These low lifes get preference in dealing with not only their immediate needs, food, shelter, cash, but also a consideration on their so-called mental/physical state, employment and any pending legal problems/arrests. Misplace a file, letter(s), phone call or bank withdrawal in exchange for payback for services rendered. I know if I was a trans-sexual/racial/handicapped/disabled minority I would get a better response. The fact that I was left without money or legal redress on a consistent basis doesn't appear to be a concern to ANYONE!

    I was an Independent Fee Appraiser for the Veterans Administration in Los Angeles, California and what is/was done to me is not only disgraceful, traumatic and extremely disgusting it is a matter of public record. I am able to speak with considerable authority as to the lack of sensitivity to a single self-sufficient working mother of a minor child not on welfare or ingesting, illegal or otherwise, drugs et cetera. A person who not only was a responsible homeowner but in the true sense of the word a "compassionate and caring" landlord. And, much to my disadvantage, as the record shows, a good and concerned citizen to an ungrateful two-timing/two-faced sniveling nation. A woman who, under the guise of National Security(FBI File 18903TA0), has been denied the basic necessities of life, limb, security and justice.

    Let's talk about Drs. Frankenstein and unmentionable Nazis who cloak their activities by the bastardization and prostitution of the Legal/Health Care System for their own advancement. An arrest in Austin, Texas, October 17,2001 on the University of Texas at Austin. Confinement in solitary for 45 days in a highly litigated, ill-constructed and unhealthful Criminal Justice Center. The transfer to a mental hospital after being notified by the mental health worker for the sheriff's department that the Request for Personal Recog. was signed by a Judge "two weeks" prior to being transmitted to me and after refusing a Plea Bargain. A convenient re-arrest periodically, in this case May 29, 2003 and incarceration until July 23, 2003 and re-psych evaluation. Crime still the original University of Texas litigation and the incorrect Request for Personal Recog. paperwork plus another convenient Criminal Trespass and dubious criminal charge.(Booking #03-22-724) Such actions set a dangerous precedent if this is not dealt with. I am not and I repeat NOT an experimental specimen to be subjected to flagrant indecent mishandling and abuse. The fact that I am still alive and kicking and very healthy demonstrates their total ineptitude and why this country is experiencing the difficulties it is today.
    FBI File 18903TA0
    3/5/03, Houston Chronicle, Political Cartoon, Editorial Page "But of course, nothing like this would ever happen to a person of,uh,consequence. Shoddy lab work, shoddy legal counsel, shoddy appeals and who knows how many wrongful convictions and . . .

    "The fact that anyone could consistantly look me in the face week in and week out only goes to prove that there is a greater consideration than GOD!

    Most Sincerely,
    Carol Davidson
    I used think an American Citizen with no FBI file!
    Austin, TX. 78705

    P. S. This is only relating one incident.

    Whoa... What was THAT?

  70. Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2005 15:49:18

    you're too easy on the politicians,

  71. Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2005 13:23:56

    Man, you've come a long way since Cheektowaga.

    Political cartoons are cool, but I still prefer your Mr. Spengler parodies.

    Who are you??? This person is referring to my cartoon in high school, Cheektowaga (named after a town near Buffalo, NY).

  72. Date: Tue, 08 Mar 2005 12:30:35

    Great stuff, need more

  73. Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 18:38:31

    hey Jim, you are the coolest. like a few others who have submitted email to you, I am a white conservative in high skool (I spelled that wrong purposely), and I, like others, am in an extreme minority. I'm thinking about directing my lefty history teacher to your site, just to see how many seizures he can have in a minute. God bless you, and keep up the good work!

  74. Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2005 07:06:32

    JIM HUBER FOR PRESIDENT(AFTER 50 more years of BUSH!!!)

    That will make me 80 years old. In the meantime, how about a contribution to my town council campaign fund? :)

  75. Date: Fri, 01 Apr 2005 21:42:42

    You ROCK! Liberals Suck!!

  76. Date: Mon, 04 Apr 2005 20:58:22

    wow, you are a little off the mark, eh.
    that Colin Powel 'smokin' gun cartoon turned out to be what, completely wrong. think i will look at some of your recent work and see if you have learned anything. war is good.


  77. Date: Mon, 11 Apr 2005 18:34:18

    Hey Jim, I just wanted to let you know how much I ENJOY your cartoons! They are right on the dot--no matter what your hate mail says. Liberals throw the biggest fit when criticized, yet they can criticize us all day and we are not suppose to say anything about it--I do not think so. So, I thank you for speaking out for the conservative mind. You have won my heart.

  78. Date: Sat, 16 Apr 2005 12:01:33

    i've never read any of your cartoons but would like to participate in sending you hate mail. i hate you. your cartoons are really lame and you are a total waste of a person for chosing that as your occupation. you are probably a loser and girls don't like you, but it's ok because you don't like them. Oh and Huber is a stupid name. Bye.

    It's like junior high school all over again.

  79. Date: Mon, 18 Apr 2005 12:37:25

    I'm so happy I finally found a conservative cartoon site. I'm tired of all the liberal crap I've seen. Oh, and these are great. I'm going to have to share with my friend. Very funny stuff.

  80. Date: Fri, 22 Apr 2005 00:58:22

    Hey Jim, just wanted to let you know that I have been enjoying your cartoons on CNSnews for the last two years! By the way reading through your hate mail I noted some of the poor expressiveness some use to describe democrats or the DNC. I just call them "Demoncrats" myself as I feel it is more descriptive of their political stances, strategies, and affilliated demonic special intrest groups! I think the demoncrats would use 527's more and even flock to them if they were "666's" intstead! What is most humorous about the DNC and its party is the way they continue the tradition of southern slavemasters by using the NAACP, Jesse, and Sharpton to keep black america under their thumb and black americans still have not figured that out yet after 140yrs.! Demoncrats were the original party of black enslavement which the Republicans overruled with emancipation in 1865 yet even today you find black americans saying "Yes Masa" at election time! By the way if any of your hate mailers prefer to excuse my opinions as racial bigotry just remember this. I come the southwest predominately white district of Oklahoma who not only elected, but kept reelecting a christian black man as U.S. representative and we were greatly disappointed he was not tapped to run for President, but proud of his speeches at the RNC! Our hope is he will take the next senate opening or governorship.

  81. Date: Mon, 25 Apr 2005 13:17:35

    i hate you more than i hate myself.
    thats how much your toon sucked.
    PLZ kill yoursELF.

    You first.

  82. Date: Sun, 01 May 2005 23:52:36

    After noticing human nature to send an e-mail mostly only if you disagree. I just wanted you to know that I really enjoy reading your cartoons. You put things into perspective and give me a good laugh. Thank You and keep up the good work.

  83. Date: Mon, 02 May 2005 16:10:41

    I think most of the ones I read were pretty nice.....NOT!

  84. Date: Mon, 09 May 2005 20:10:18

    This message is Fan Mail to you, but Hate Mail to all liberals.
    I will come out right away a say it, I love your cartoons. I constantly look at them, at least ten times a day, whether at home or at school. They are not the only things that make laugh. These Hate Mails from crazy left-wingers are almost as funny. It is just so hilarious to see liberals complain about your cartoons be ignorant or close-minded. If you stop to think about, which liberals do not, obviously, you would actually realize that most liberals are the ones that are close-minded.
    I just wanted to say I am one of two republicans at my high school, which means I have plenty of peers to argue with. It is funny; they never seem to fight unless they are in a mindless leftist group of five or more idiots.
    I wish you could just slap a person when they say something stupid, ex. Protesters, democrats, hippies, Ted Kennedy, and Michael Moore. The other republican and I came up with a 'Wiffle Bat of Truth' to hit them with but there are just too many. I just wonder how much fun I would have beating the crap out of hippies if I lived in Boston or San Francisco. This brings me to a very difficult question, perhaps the hard question ever to cross my mind, which I hope you can answer for me. If you punch a peace activist, will they punch back?
    --A Proud Member of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy
    And supporter of 'Political Correct'.
    P.S. I thank you for bringing some sense to a foolish and uneducated world.

    Thanks, but you're not helping.

  85. Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 06:56:30

    Read your site, I have to admit, I think it's a shame that such a talented cartoonist has nothing better to do than be another dittohead pushing the same tired old lines.

    I'm curious - why is it that all those "Liberal" and "Politically Correct" Cartoonists you claim to be making fun of have the guts to critique both sides of our political spectrum, and you "The Rebel" don't?

    Ah well - you're an asset to all those poor maligned conservatives everywhere, suffering through near absolute control of the government and press.


    Who or what are you "quoting"? I never said any of that stuff, but thanks for calling me talented!

  86. Date: Mon, 16 May 2005 01:00:42

    Thanks for your cartoons. I needed a political cartoon for a current event in my history class. Unfortunately it was the end of the year and I was well into my procrastinating mode so I didn't have the paper on time. Instead during the class I suffered through the presentations of other students. This would not be a bad thing if not for the fact that I go to a Fine Arts school, i.e. hell on earth for any high schooler who is remotely well off and tends to be conservative. Immature liberals are the worst of all because they have no remote idea of what they are talking about and can back up there opinions only with "Bush started the war b/c of his father's want for revenge" Sorry I'm now ranting so I'll shutup. Anyway, thanks for your opinions...

  87. Date: Sat, 21 May 2005 23:04:16

    I hate the republicans! Bush is the woros president ever! Go Liberals! Conservative=Disaster!

  88. Date: Fri, 27 May 2005 23:39:04

    Why is Jessie Jackson defending Michael Jackson?? Micheal Jackson wants to be white. I also love the big black guards Michael has.

  89. Date: Tue, 21 Jun 2005 19:08:13

    I'm afraid to say that I find your cartoons to be wack. They do not meet the standards of myself and my homeboys, and we fear that we may have to jack you for disrespecting straight up G cartoonists such as our homeboy David Low, who represented Great Britain before he was killed in a gang war. Thank you for your time.

  90. Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2005 13:22:52

    I don't understand that anybody in their right mind would support bush. He is the worst president ever and he needs to be impeached. And the Conservatives should get their act together. They support murdering prisoners (the death penalty), the war based on lies in Iraq, and and the dumbest conservative of all (our president) has us in the biggest deficit of all time.

  91. Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2005 13:52:37

    i really like these comics, they are clever, funny, and i agree with the poltical views. it's about time someone else had a websit so you could leave comments. you should also have a system where peopl can rate the comments on how good or bad they are, say on a scale of 0(bad)- 10(good).

  92. Date: Wed, 27 Jul 2005 19:38:54

    Hey Jim,

    Don't get rid of your fan/hate mail. The over the top hate mail and your responses to it are hilarious and crack me up. I find reading it much more rewarding than I think I ever would your conversational sight. Thanks for your talent and views. I have enjoyed them. I see so many liberal political cartoons (I guess cartoonists tend to be more liberal than not)that it is nice to see some funny ones that acctually support my views every once in a while.


  93. Date: Mon, 01 Aug 2005 19:20:00

    Re: July 24 --

    Y'know, I wonjdered why my proctologist had been replaced... but now I remember the big, floppy ears.



  94. Date: Fri, 19 Aug 2005 15:25:49

    I can't divulge that information

    Dear Jim,
    Next to Rush Limbaugh, you are my greatest hero. It's so relieving to see that other people share my views. Being an ultra-conservative here in New York is dangerous. I'm always being threatened by "peace-making" liberal whakos. Keep up the good work. You have a new biggest fan.
    Keep kicking liberal ass, my friend.
    Yours in Christ,
    Nathan G.

  95. Date: Sat, 27 Aug 2005 07:38:23

    I wonder what the Casey Sheehan admirer things of Bush's recent comment that it is families like the Pruetts of Utah of whom America owes its freedom (read: Not the Sheehans). Cartoons like this one seem to typify an inability to synthesize complex thoughts/feelings that war, trauma, and death bring on. Is it odd that a grieving mother would express contradictory remarks? Is it possible for one to be both supportive of troops AND also want to bring them home? Who would Jesus bomb?

    I just happened upon your site today so this cartoon may be an oddity. I am struck that respondents' views are categorized as that of fans or hate mail. Of course, it is easier to order the world in terms of "us" and "the evil doers."

    Bob Dell

    I hereby categorize this as hate mail. P.S. He would bomb you.

  96. Date: Sat, 17 Sep 2005 19:51:23

    Thanks for the cartoon on the teenager waiting for someone to clean up his room.

    I was flooded out in New Orleans by hurricane Betsy in 1965. The government came by and offered me a grant. I believe it was $2,000. However, I turned them down. I did not believe then and do not believe now that the government is responsibile to take care of my needs.

    The saddest thing about the whole ordeal was to go back in and try to salvage what I could from the damaged goods. My wife and I still use some of the furniture. However my piano sounds honkytonk from the damage by the flood waters.

    Again, thanks.

    Jerry Dale Patterson
    Oxford, Mississippi

    No, thank YOU for turning down government money!

  97. Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 23:57:45

    Hey, I like your cartoons, Jim. I live in Arizona, so I have to put up with the liberal political cartoonists Steve Benson and David Fitzsimmons. Your site is a relief from this. I bet a lot of people who send you hate mail are simply upset because they're used to liberal moron cartoons.

    Keep up the good work.

    M. Lawson

  98. Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 23:35:28

    Thanks, you make it feel good to be a republican, to bad there arn't more people like you, Your also a really good artist, I just love the way you make the Dumocrap asses look.

  99. Date: Sat, 08 Oct 2005 10:05:41

    Surprised you jumped right on the anti-Miers bandwagon like everyone else. Seemed to me you were more thoughtful than that. I've seen at least eight or ten similar cartoons, as well. Apparently neither you nor they _listened_ to what President Bush said re. his reasons for nominating someone with whose legal behavior he was familiar because he has actually worked with her.

  100. Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2005 21:49:53

    Keep up the good work, Jim. It's nice to find someone who's actually TALENTED. To all those liberals: Do you want some cheese with that wine? Or a whaaa-mburger and French-cries? LOL. Shut up.

  101. Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2005 20:54:35

    Yes, I've read all of the other comments; this includes the 500-word rants written by people who apparently don't have a return key on their keyboard. Yah, well anyway.

    I've noticed that both conservatives and liberals tend to view each other in the same light. One could argue over who is more hateful, and being a conservative I would say liberals. But averaging the means and the extremes, I think it's about even. Does anyone else think so?

    Jim, keep on drawing! Almost every cartoon shows that a considerable amount of thought went into each one. Each and every one, from my personal, conservative point of view, is really witty (except for the ones that are meant to be slightly more sober).

    Note that I did not say soberer. It bothers me when people make up superlatives and comparatives. Ugh.

    Well, I would overall like to encourage you. Don't worry, someone likes your cartoons! Just to let you know.

    -- Real Name Undisclosed

  102. Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2005 09:59:47

    Wonderfully funny cartoons! I love them! Just a suggestion. Why don't you post your cartoons on Free Republic. I am a Freeper and love your cartoons. I am sure Free Republic Freepers would enjoy them just as much as I do. Keep up the great work!

  103. Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2005 19:16:19

    i love it! i love it! dead on dude!

  104. Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2005 00:47:19

    Sorry in advance for spelling and grammatical errors I've always had that difficulty. But anyway, as I was reading your Hate/Fan mail I was trying to figure out why people were writing hate mail to you if all they had to say were derogitory (sp I'm sorry) comments and simple "you are horrible-I hate you" comments. And then it hit me. I realized that they send those type of emails purely for our enjoyment and entertainment. So "thank you all you hate mailers-I enjoyed your comments" and then I thought "perhaps I should say don't worry 'bout the comments 'cause your ideas are great and right on." But then I thought "hey! you probably get as much a kick out of these as we do (if not more) so I say 'Notice them, listen to them, read them carefully, and laugh your head off 'cause that's the kind of laugh that does one's heart good'"
    -By the way thanks for your sight. it's totally awesome and CORRECT and beautifully POLITICAL.

  105. Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2005 22:13:48

    Need to do more cartoons more often, (more than once a month) and update your "read hate/fan mail" page...surely you have some new idiotic spewing of some rabid liberal wingnut by now.

  106. Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2005 19:30:42

    Phew! What a breath of fresh air! As a UK citizen I've been subjected to years of 'Bush is a chimp' cartoons, which are anything but funny. Hmmm, I wonder if they would dare portray Mrs Rice as a chimp, or indeed any African American...

    Keep up the good work, as a student it's nice to know there are people out there who don't swallow everything they read in the papers or watch on the BBC.

    I've got a T-shirt from the states which I like to wear in public, it's got a picture of Bush pointing his finger and the caption 'Take that hippy, Four more years!' surrounding it.

    Viva America (well, maybe not Hollywood...)

  107. Date: Fri, 09 Dec 2005 15:27:11

    you rock your drawings are awesome go republicans

  108. Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2005 22:04:50

    Why the hell would anyone be a republican? Look who you have representing you. George Bush has got to be the stupidest president we have ever had. He has 32% approval right now. He cannot speak correctly, he says extremely stupid things, and Dick Cheney is basically running the entire presidency. I am a 15 year old honors student, and I can honestly tell you that I would make a better president. I don't know you, so maybe you are a nice guy. However, you can't be too smart if you like Bush.

    And yet this stupid person was smart enough to beat your party's nominees twice.

  109. Date: Wed, 04 Jan 2006 02:27:23

    Didn't we bump into each other on the Mothership?


  110. Date: Wed, 04 Jan 2006 07:03:19

    I find it ironic that I find your hate/fan mail 5x more funny than your actual comics...but....the last time you update them was three years ago! Is it people just stopped sending them?

  111. Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 17:37:26

    u r a f*k off. u suck as a teacher AND everything else in your life. i bet your mom a** f*ked u as a child. so i guess its not your fault your a f*kin jag off

  112. Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2006 18:41:32

    I hated it so sew me, send me hatemail please

  113. Date: Thu, 19 Jan 2006 19:56:58

    I just want to respond to the Dec. 12 hate mail. Why the hell would you want to be a Liberal Democrat! Socialism dosen't work and Capitalism does. Just look at the old USSR. Besides, your polices are nice but don't work in the real world.

    Right on Capitalism

    P.S. Sorry about SP
    P.S.S To bad about your Bills, my Packers didn't have any hope(for the playoffs) but the Bills were in 1st place for a while

  114. Date: Fri, 27 Jan 2006 13:46:04

    Mr. Huber, my respect for you continually grows. Even as the libs grow continually more desperate, your 'toons grow even funnier and more sobering. In essence, I would like to formally thank you for doing what you do. Keep on truckin'! -Benjamin Archer

  115. Date: Thu, 02 Feb 2006 09:45:17

    Hey, Mr. Huber. I just have to say that it is refreshing to see CONSERVATIVE (aka CORRECT) political cartoons. I was actually looking for something against affirmative action and came across your site. I read every one, and enjoyed them all (especially the Kerry ones.) Keep up the good work and remember to vote Republican!!!

    Joseph Doze (R-KS)

  116. Date: Thu, 02 Feb 2006 09:54:17

    Libs are at it again, calling our Warriors "baby killers". I'd LOVE to see a cartoon of college students with their anti military signs screaming BABY KILLER and wearing their abortion is a women's right T-shirts. :-)

  117. Date: Wed, 08 Feb 2006 03:26:53

    It is so nice seeing good political cartoons that aren't all about bashing the president. Keep up the good work!

  118. Date: Wed, 08 Feb 2006 19:10:28

    I don't know much about politics, but your cartoons are funny. The one about the new Star Wars movie coming out was my favorite. :)

  119. Date: Wed, 08 Feb 2006 20:12:10

    Right does not always mean correct. Your cartoons are an example of that.

    Yes, you're right. Which of course means...

  120. Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2006 13:13:42

    Hello, Mr. Huber. I have to say that, though I am a moderate, I do agree MOST OF THE TIME with conservative views. I am against the death penalty, but I am also against abortion. I just wanted to say that I find your political humor both witty and applicable to the situation. I just turned 18 in November and am a registered Republican. I supported Bush through the 2004 election, and made a few rather rude remarks about Kerry (he looks like Herman Munster!) but that I do try to look at both sides. I also just want to say, that while reading the archived HATE/fan MAIL, I would like to comment on the racist accusations. I myself am against affirmative action, and believe that Ebonics (which is offered at the local Junior College I will be attending) should not be a class. The catch, I AM A MINORITY. I have refused numerous minority scholarships for being Hispanic, and I hate people who use their race as a reason why they don't get their way. I'm sorry folks, but isn't it time we get past skin color and look at personality. And for all those Democrats out there... we can't ALL be perfect (including me) but when you say this man HATES, and then turn around and HATE him back... sounds a lot like Sen. Kerry in '04... I'll let you think about that. Thank you...

  121. Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 21:36:01

    Hi my name is Erik I am a eighth grader at first colony middle school, sugarland (right next to Houston), Texas. I really like your cartoon about the democratic donkey knocking out the taxpayer. I hate my teacher who is liberal and tells all of the kids these lies and they believe him. By the way is there anyway u would let me print just that one cartoon out?

  122. Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2006 16:58:48

    Excellent cartoons, no matter what anyone says... No... Wait... I take that back... They're great *because* they piss off liberals, not in spite of it <grin>
    I love the forum as well, so I guess my only complaint is that the cartoon hasn't been updated in about a month... and that's only a complaint because I look forward to seeing what you come up with next.

  123. Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2006 17:09:08

    Hi Jim: I'm very glad to find another conservative cartooninst in the world. Very little of my stuff is political, and when I was the editorial cartoonist at a community paper, I didn't always agree with the editor's viewpoint.

    Anyway, I'm glad to know you're out there, and I look forward to getting better acquainted with your work.


    Jim Carpenter

  124. Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2006 21:00:50

    I love this cartoon! I like a lot of them, love the Bush birthday one too! Keep up the good work.. oh, I guess there is one thing you could do better... make more! your cartoons are too far apart, daily would be nice!

  125. Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2006 21:01:49

    oops! I was commenting on the Iraq election cartoon with the demoncrats sharing about how they lost another election, sorry!

  126. Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2006 00:05:01

    I think you are an absolute genius. I love all of yout cartoons. They are brilliant. I'm a republican and I am so happy I can find conservative polical cartoons. Keep up the great work!!!!!!!!

  127. Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2006 18:37:41

    "I'm proud to be a Republican where at least I know I'm right!" Being a Conservative is one of my favorite things! I love to annoy liberals, and make fun of their craziness and ignorance. Your website brings me great joy.

  128. Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2006 17:13:07

    Thanks for writing cartoons that highlight modern consevativism. Comical, Relavent, and most importantly tastful.

  129. Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2006 00:25:11

    Damn good job man. I love your comics, especially since we share the same views on a lot of stuff. You can be a little extreme, but overall its good material, and generally true regarding most liberals I've met.

  130. Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2006 10:13:29

    I like your stuff, it's just that the headlines change so rapidly, so when I get to your most "recent" cartoon I go "Oh, yeah - I remember when the media was talking about that..." You need to draw more often, my friend!

  131. Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2006 22:14:24

    This is the best...keep up the good work!

  132. Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2006 08:44:26

    yeah right! As if the boss would actually remember to give us people who actually DO the work some type of recognition. Most bosses couldn't even remeber that there was a holiday coming up, let alone remember to get a gift for their slaves--uh, I mean "secretaries." Even if they do buy gifts, I have seen it happen numerous times where the boss has to be poked and prodded into the gift giving by some former-secretary-who's -moved-up-the-ladder and then it's the day-old, wilty flowers.

    You know what? Do us all a favor and don't even buy the flowers for your poor secretary. How about saying things like "please" and "thank you" and lett ing us go home to see our families at a decent hour of the night.

    You, the cartoonist, are trying to make some stupid, uptight, conservative statement about sexual harassment. Why don't you actually make a statement that matters? How about the fact that every admin you meet at any fortune 500 company is going to female? How about the fact that the secretaries and people who actually DO THE WORK get paid the lowest amount of money, work the longest hours, and get the company's scraps and throw-aways as rewards. How about making a comment about how companies will wine and dine prospective executives and lavish corporate housing, $40,000 bonuses, enormous 401k contributions plans, and fully paid relocation services for them when the company can't even be bothered to give a $20 gift card to the hard-working people who already work there? Why don't you comment about that? That's something that actually affects us, not some lame sexual harassment issue.

    And who came up with the stupid idea of giving flowers anyway? That's a gift for your wife, not your co-worker. Give people something they want, such as money, paid time off, or even free lunch WITHOUT THE BOSS.

    Wow. I can't imagine why your boss doesn't appreciate you. Can I hire you?

  133. Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2006 14:39:31

    This site is dumb. Its impeccable! there is no point of it, and my guards will come and FIND you! so beware.

    HAHA just joking

    And you find fault with my humor?

  134. Date: Sat, 29 Apr 2006 22:14:58

    I must say Mr. Huber, I am impressed. Not only are you a good artist, you're a Conservative too! You don't find many of those these days. Your comics are GREAT! When I get to college (I'm a senior in H.S.) I'm going to get the newspaper to put your comics in it. (Psst, its a conservative campus.)

    Further, your hate mail is histerical! The 15 year old high schooler who thinks you are dumb because you like President Bush (God Bless him) must watch The Daily Show with Jon Stewart religiously, because that nonsense is all over my H.S. Man, I hope either Jon Stewart or Steven Colbert invites you on there show.. you're a better comedian, and a sound politician.

    God Bless you my friend, you've made being a Conservative in the Dark-Blue State (yes, NJ) much, much easier. I hope to be sharing your work with my buddies on the Congress floor some day in the future.

    P.S. My favorite comic is after Bush officially won the presidency, and a drowsy American citizen having nightmares about the election mishaps is woken up by someone telling them it's "Morning in America." Brilliant! Absolutely brilliant! I love President Reagan, and I love your comics. Keep up the outstanding work!

    -Signed, A Proud 18 year-old Conservative.

    Occasionally I get comments from teenagers here, and I don't say this often: thank goodness you are old enough to vote!

  135. Date: Sun, 30 Apr 2006 21:24:05

    Your drawings always give me a laugh! Oh, and what would it take to get a lap dance from 'Good Will'?
    M. Stewart

    Note: Good Will is our forum's resident liberal.

  136. Date: Fri, 12 May 2006 10:23:57

    I understand your cortoons while i fail to understand others. Please give me a hint on how to understand most political cartoons, to help in my Us history and economic Class.This will help me to right good DBQ essays. Thank you in advance

    It's easy. The others are liberal and they are saying "I hate Bush".

  137. Date: Sat, 27 May 2006 17:40:49

    I really love your comic! It's hilarious. :P

    -Vicki W

  138. Date: Tue, 06 Jun 2006 15:24:21

    I LOVE IT!!!!! The disclaimer was as good as the cartoons! I really enjoyed them and laughed out loud! Keep up the great work!

  139. Date: Wed, 07 Jun 2006 21:54:48

    Your cartoons are superb! They get the issue as few commentators could! I wish they were widely published and distributed so as to be seen by the excessively diseased minds of the 38% of the American population that indentify themselves as liberals. Thank you for making them available, but, we are "the remnant" and in the know. God Bless you.


    Richard A. Sandell

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  141. Date: Sun, 18 Jun 2006 14:18:37

    Hm. Looking back your comics were much funnier when you began than they are now. This one about Zarqawi? Lame.

    The Napster one? Classic.

    I'll be back. Thanks for noticing.

  142. Date: Wed, 28 Jun 2006 11:36:15

    Saddam did lie, and people have died, but how is that our duty to invest hundreds of billions of dollars and thousands of our lives, as long with hundreds of thousands of THEIR civilian lives? I wouldn't be surprised if we have killed more civilian Iraqi's than Saddam by now. People are dying in the Darfur region and our country doesn't give a crap. You're cartoon may be "politically correct" but its also politically correct that pedophiles think children are wonderful. Being politically correct does not make you right, or honest. You're leaving out quite a few details sir. And yes I did vote Bush in 2000, and I'm not a "liberal nut" or any other thing on your list. I'm just a concerned citizen who believes that radicalism is what the weak cling to. You're free to speak your mind, however please understand that you are not helping to balance the world we live in at all. If you find it in your heart to make a positive difference for democracy than please do. America needs help.

    My head hurts. Please, someone ELSE explain to this guy that the cartoons are not PC.

  143. Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2006 04:43:08

    People like conservatives are the ones who made the world the way it is. Vote liberal, vote socialist, vote Green, or, even better, start a socialist revolution, but don't vote conservative!!

    PS: Your cartoons are dull.
    Keep up the work! :D

    Signed Vladmir Lenin

  144. Date: Sat, 29 Jul 2006 18:34:00

    Your cartoons are a breath of fresh air in this globally-warmed-as-a-result-of-leftist-pollution world. By the way I'm 17, and I'd like all of the young people that like to send comments to you to stop including me in their set of "younger generation." Them saying that conservatives are close minded is close-minded in itself.

  145. Date: Tue, 01 Aug 2006 15:48:52

    I'm a 20-year veteran (active duty) and I think Bush is the worst president ever.

    How many years you got in - keyboard commando? Oh wait let me guess - none.

    So, Colonel Moron, exactly how did reigniting a centuries old conflict in Persia make me safer today? That's right, dumbass, it didn't.

    When you've put in the time you can speak otherwise take your hat off when we pass and don't say anything - you can contribute nothing to the dialogue.

    Is this what I will be able to offer the dialogue in 20 years of service? Anyone else skeptical of this post? P.S. I'm now Brigadier General Moron, thank you very much)

  146. Date: Thu, 03 Aug 2006 12:38:14

    I was sitting here and thinking about all the sound bites of the Media Talking heads that include the same anti-bush policy phrasing/language. And it gave me a toon idea.

    It seems pretty obvious they are getting their talking points from the DNC, and stating as fact. Can you do a toon with the Dem Donkey pulling the strings on network talking heads. I am thinking that the donkey would be looking down on a stage with puppet sticks/strings attached to four recognizable media figures. What do you think?

  147. Date: Thu, 14 Sep 2006 15:34:30

    While your comics make me want to write some angry diatribe, I'll keep it short. People like you are what is wrong with the world. I'd love to launch into an argument about why your views are so trite, if not actually harmfull towards society as a whole; but your responses to previous mail makes it quite clear you have no idea how to argue, how to deal with peoples arguments, or finally, what a fallacy is.


    I thought it was also "quite clear" that I don't argue here, because this is supposed to be YOUR opinions. I'm just here for fun. *sigh*

  148. Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2006 15:42:27

    Good on Yer!! The more that 'Politcal Correctness' (Curltural Marxism) is exposed for the 'b*llsh1te' it really is, the better. Poltical Correctness is the last refuge of the 'Politcally Stupid' --- narrow minded political bigots who are no different from Religious Bigots.

    "PS:-- did you know that Santa Claus told me that NASA is planning to mine Green Cheese on the Moon....."!!
    But seriously, this PC nonsense is just about the most insidious Left Wing poison that society has to deal with. 'Bleeding Heart Hand-wringing Namby-Pamby' appologist for stupidity.
    Uncle Vanya

    The lunar environmenalists will be livid over that revelation. Or is the word lunatic?

  149. Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2006 10:50:58

    Awesomely funny! My only comment is...not enough content. Keep it coming!

    When can we expect one on Bill Clinton's Fox News meltdown?

  150. Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2006 15:21:58

    if you would spend more time denouncing fascist war criminals like Bush, Cheney and all military officers you would be doing something constructive. millions of heroic Soviet soldiers and partisans lost their lives on behalf of freedom. it should not be wasted. incidently it was the soviet army who won ww11 and single handed! the capitalist countries didnt enter the war until russia was bled white and the fascists were beaten.

    This is so crazy, I can't even come up with a witty response. Oh, by the way, you realize you're talking to the webmaster of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation here, don't you?

  151. Date: Tue, 03 Oct 2006 21:06:43

    I think some of the "hate mail" from liberals is almost as funny as your cartoons... Good job.

  152. Date: Wed, 04 Oct 2006 04:09:22

    "And yet this stupid person was smart enough to beat your party's nominees twice."

    Because Americans are stupid.
    I'm sick of that being pulled up in every argument about this, because its a really rediculous point.

    Popularity does not make you smart.
    End of story.

    Popularity doesn't win elections either. Just ask former TX governor, Ann Richards. Who beat her again?

  153. Date: Mon, 09 Oct 2006 15:23:04

    When I first began going through your comics, my first reaction was to flinch. You really hit some nerves and pull no punches...one that really hit me was the one on South Dakota'a abortion ban. While rather disgusting, it made the point quite well - that the unborn can't decide who kills them, WE do!

    Thanks for your courage in the face of scathing hate mail and liberals, many of whom are little more than ignorant rabble in a suit. God Bless all here, according to their needs and whoever they may be.
    (P.S.-Oooh, I mentioned 'God' with a big G! Censor -that-, #$&@% ACLU!

    If you call God "She", the libs might forgive you.

  154. Date: Mon, 09 Oct 2006 23:46:02

    Congratulations, you behave like an idiot.

    What do I win?

  155. Date: Tue, 10 Oct 2006 00:05:12

    (Couldn't help it)
    You comment: "And yet this stupid person was smart enough to beat your party's nominees twice."
    Silly boy...
    Cheating doesn't make you intelligent. It just makes you...a cheater. He didn't beat the nominees twice...he cheated. You know it, I know it, your mom knows it.
    You're just mad cause you got dissed by a fifteen year old kid. Ha ha. Egg on your face sucks, huh? No worries, don't be too embarrassed. Maybe if you wipe that egg off, you might amaze yourself by your new found vision.

    Careful what you say! Karl Rove is going to be listening to your phone calls and checking which library books you take out.

  156. Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2006 01:06:49

    Why have you bothered to do this year after year? You have not got any talent for drawing or for conveying jokes... just this depressingly shrill and needlessly prolonged railing against those in the world who don't see things your way. I hope you can find a way to be a happier person some day, for your sake and for THE SAKE OF THE INTERNETS. Cheers.

    Which Internets? Not all of them, please. Leave me one.

  157. Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2006 15:03:20

    Love the cartoons. I am glad someone is taking a stand against the liberals. Good for you!

    Would you be willing to talk to the previous guy for me?

  158. Date: Fri, 13 Oct 2006 01:08:39

    I enjoy most of your cartoons, and even the few I don't quite understand the humor in it, I still appreciate the work you do. Keep up the good work.

  159. Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2006 21:16:17

    I'm pretty liberal, but I still think most of your cartoons are pretty funny and insightful because I like seeing both sides of current issues. However, your cartoon of the hippies with signs saying "We hate Bush...and the soldiers, too" is one of the most f*cked up things I've ever seen. In my two decades in SF (home of the hippie movement), I have NEVER met a single person who said they hate the soldiers. Nobody hates the soldiers! Even people who are against the war in Iraq. I think the men and women in the Middle East are brave and I support them, even if I don't support what they're doing. Seriously though, and I really would like a response from you, have you ever met anyone who said they hated the soldiers?

    Note: I did reply to this person with a few actual examples.

  160. Date: Thu, 02 Nov 2006 10:03:32

    I think it's great that you're posting up these comics by your kid, Jim. Sure, the little feller's got a long way to go with his drawing style, and his dialogue is a little childish, but hey, it's great that you've given him his own site.

    I still LOL at this one. Even from a lib, this is too funny! Great stuff.

  161. Date: Sat, 04 Nov 2006 16:10:12

    I don't agree with every opinion you attempt to convey through your cartoons, but I must say, most of these drawings are very funny, very intellectually inclined.

    And I find it sad to see such an outburst of intolerent feedback to a legitimate form of expression, such as your amazingly accurate portrayal of the American Black male. All I could say is that you could possibly re-but by making a cartoon about these outraged people?

    Anyway, you do a great job. I'll mention you on my blog....

    I assume this is about the infamous Ebonics cartoon. Just for the record, the cartoon was not about the American black male, it was about ebonics, itself. But thanks for saying my cartoons are intellectually inclined. Can you explain that to some of these other folks?

  162. Date: Thu, 23 Nov 2006 23:44:07

    We need more politically incorrect comics, no matter what opinion people may have. We need to be exposed to more viewpoints. Thanks you. Your comics would be funnier if they weren't so true.

  163. Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2006 15:37:11

    In response to the Mon, 12 Dec 2005 note:

    Exit polls showed Bush lost the first election. The second "win" was because the American public believed he still had an exit strategy, and were giving him enough time to pull through.

    Seeing as you are conservative and a republican, please inform myself and your readers just what this exit strategy actually is? I remember the president said something about "Mission Accomplished" a few years ago... so why are we still there?

    Funny how we're waging multiple wars, gas prices are higher than in Clinton's time (I was in high school then and gas was marked around 79 cents a gallon as opposed to over $2 a gallon now), as well as a myriad of other failures on Dub-ya's behalf.

    I also remember there being over a trillion dollars in surplus during the Clinton administration as opposed to trillions in debt as we are now, as well as the systematic dismantling of Social Security (because the government ran out of money and decided to dip into that as well)

    So when a republican administration decides to blame the previous administration for it's current short comings, I will gladly smile and say - "Now that you are into your second term, and the situation as gotten decidedly worse, looking back at the previous term I agree... It really *is* Bush's fault."

    What we now have is a Lame Duck president with an approval rating in the 30 percentile area. That accounts for the voice of the public as a whole, not just democrats.

    There is no excuse for this poor of a job rating, especially when you are supposedly representing the leader of the free world.

    In any other job, people who perform even remotely this badly are simply fired. When you are president and are doing this poorly, you are impeached.

    When you are a president who falsifies crucial information used to justify preemptive war with other countries (which both are illegal under international law) you are tried for war crimes.

    When you set up concentration camps on foreign soil because the terms of said camps are illegal in your own country, you are dangerously close to repeating Nazi tactics.

    This is our current president. I could not sleep at night if I were to support him, and I cannot fathom how you can do so and still have a clear conscience in the process.

    Yes, I agree that Clinton raised taxes on Gas during his term. What I don't recall are prices for gas shooting into the $3.00 + range as a result, as we see today.

    When shown side by side, and under the same rules as you apply to liberals, the conservative policy falls painfully and disgustingly short as a result of the exact same scrutiny.

    You are entitled to your opinions and your cartoons, but they in no way count as an editorial, nor are they in good taste or with any merit.

    Conveniently leaving out details and side stepping the total situation does not make you correct, justified or intelligent. It shows only deceit, ignorance and intolerance on your behalf.

    Thank god for America, because you are free to make an idiot out of yourself in public.

    Yes I am free to. Thanks for joining in.

  164. Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2006 22:20:01

    You would have to be pretty stupid to call Jim Huber a racist. Or you would have to subscribe to the Church of Liberalism (same thing). These liberals act like that if you disagree with someone and he happens to have darker skin, you're a racist. But we're not the ones making fun of the liberals that have dark skin like calling them "Uncle Tom" or "Oreo". Libs use racism as an excuse because they don't have any facts to back them up and it's easy to get the ignorant people to feel sorry for them. That's just how they operate. All they say is that Bush is stupid. That just shows their intelligence. They also forget that Bob Byrd was a leader of the KKK and that Ted Kennedy personally murdered someone. They shun the fact that Barney Frank used federal money to hire a male prostitute. They never touch the fact that Rep. Jefferson took tons of bribes and was found to have $90000 in his freezer! And all they can do is use the word "racist" or "fascist". And for Bill Clinton, "He was just being a man". They leave out the fact that he physically raped Paula Jones back in Arkansas. They could care less that Clinton gave nuclear energy to North Korea and China! And, no, they wern't 9/11 terrorists, they were just "freedom fighters". You could tell that they just play with your emotions. All they have to do is get Michael Fox to get up on a camera and dance around promoting Democrats and they win. With illegal immigration, all they want is complete amnesty so that they can all vote liberal. As for the cartoons, keep them up!

  165. Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2006 13:25:12

    I must say, your cartoons elicited a chuckle from me, but your fan/hate mail made me laugh out loud (or LOL, as my intelligent generation likes to write). I had to do political cartoons for a "campaign" in high-school and found out that somebody will always find something for which to get angry. I guess I just mentioned that to tip my hat in your direction at your (mostly) witty comebacks. May your dry humor find no springs!

  166. Date: Fri, 15 Dec 2006 15:18:21


    Are you in some hospital drifting in and out of a coma from which you have no knowledge of the month or so that passes between awakenings? I like your cartoons, but they are as old and stale as the bird dropping covered copy of last weeks news by the time they're published. If you are in a vegatative state wearing adult diapers and getting weekly spongebaths from a beautiful nurse who you have never seen... sucks to be you! If not, I suggest you don't quit your day job.

    No coma. No beautiful nurse. No comment on the diapers.

  167. Date: Fri, 29 Dec 2006 15:29:11

    Jim, your cartoons are awesome! I love it...and as for people saying the 'Ebonics' cartoon is racist, it's really not, it's just the truth. In my opinion, why should you be called a racist for portraying people the same way they portray themselves?

  168. Date: Sun, 07 Jan 2007 00:01:50

    JW, what artists inspire you. I'm actually a art education major. I'm into a lot of those comic book illustrators. Any come to mind?

    Never did reply to this person, so here we go... Honestly, with my cartoon style, no one really inspires me, today. Once upon a time Berke Breathed (Bloom County) did, with how I used to draw eyes and speech bubbles, but that was about 20 years ago. There is still a little hint of influence from, believe it or not, John Kricfalusi (Ren & Stimpy) - note how the outer eyeball tends to protrude a little (the guy speaking in the Immigration reform bill toon). That's directly from Ren, though it's a lot more subtle in my cartoons.

  169. Date: Mon, 08 Jan 2007 13:06:12

    hey dude i agree with alot your saying, you hilarious and not offensive ...keep up the good work my friend

  170. Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2007 16:38:25

    I am SO glad I found your site, Jim! Your cartoons and hysterical and timely and LONG, LONG, LONG, OVERDUE in a world where pop culture and mass media are rife with the tentacles of Liberalism. GREAT JOB!

  171. Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2007 00:35:02

    Great cartoons. I shall return to your site from time to time to view your new cartoons.

    Good. Because that's about how frequently I do them lately...

  172. Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2007 17:27:38

    I go to a public university and ever sense i have had libral propaganda thrown in my face. Especially in my english class i am taking this semester. Every time my teacher makes a point it is always about how the republicans are ruining this country and so on. So for a paper she told us to find a political cartoon and analyze it. For the past 2 weeks now she has been bring in political cartoons to give us examples and they have all been either anit-Bush, pro-abortion, and other liberal junk. So i was looking for a political cartoon today that was conservative. Let me tell you it is not easy to find. Then i came across your page! I am soo happy to finally see some one telling the truth. I cannot wait to turn this paper in and see her reaction. Granted, my paper might be marked lower because of it, but it is totally worth it. Thank you so much!

  173. Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2007 22:14:05


    Enjoyed some of your cartoons. However, you are missing most of the fun. The best political cartoon resides in the White House. Sharpen your pencil.

    Larry Ferrell,
    Abilene, Tx.

    Sorry, you must have me confused with, oh, the rest of the cartoonists out there. There's allowed to be one of us who doesn't reillustrate "Bush lied" cartoons every day.

  174. Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2007 22:51:54

    Jim I am 14 years old and I love your cartoons. There isn't alot of good cartoonests' out there but you on the other hand are great.

  175. Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2007 01:09:41

    why are you so gay for chastity belts? i thought those were just for submissive leather slaves?

  176. Date: Sat, 12 May 2007 23:10:22

    I love this comic! I must admit, I disagree with a few things (illegal immigration, etc.) but this is a refreshing change from liberal propaganda. The latter is still good for a laugh, but for obviously different reasons.

    P.S.: To those who complained about the ebonics comic... get a sense of humor. Getting angry over stuff like this only increases the racial divide.

  177. Date: Wed, 23 May 2007 16:22:37

    Hey, I really like a lot of your cartoons. I myself am a strong conservative so I agree with many of your opinions. You present them in a funny way, too, which I appriciate. Keep em comin'! Oh, and I hope you don't mind, but i used one of your affirmative action cartoons in a school project.

  178. Date: Tue, 29 May 2007 16:26:11

    Why dont you have any bad cartoons on George W. Bush, you seem to have plenty on Bill Clinton (one of the best president this country has had)?!

  179. Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 12:37:00

    Jim, wow, you have one of the best time wasting websites ever, i spend hours wasting my time reading your comics, and i love them. I even made my own i thought was pretty cleaver, but anyway, keep up the good work, poke more fun at stupid liberals, and thanks again!!!

  180. Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2007 04:48:00

    Jim, I'm sure speaking for many jims when i say bravo! Many young Jims full of bravado wouldn't attempt to try this kind of cartoons. Some may say this was shallow and pedantic and you were making it through this world by merely being eye candy. of course, naturlich, I believe this is just a big faux pas and maybe they shall change their Chemically inconvenienced minds. I'm sure the Sexually focused chronologically gifted individual with an alternative body image would surely be added to your collection of Uniquely coordinated, Ethically disoriented, Motivationally deficient, Horizontally challenged and yet funny characters. Many people have tried what you have and inevitably achieved a deficiency. BRAVO!!!

  181. Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2007 20:08:04

    I love your comic. For some reason, I have trouble finding anything political in the newspaper funnies besides 'Doonsebury'.

  182. Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2007 22:15:37

    if I don't always "get" your cartoons,I still like their "bias"-
    keep on truckin'

  183. Date: Sat, 23 Jun 2007 12:41:38

    This is a good website. I'm a 13 year old conservative Republican, and I think it's awesome that you're giving Liberals what they deserve-mockery. I mean come on! We get all the crap dumped on us, it's hypocritical for Liberals to say that this is a wrong website just because you make fun of them.

  184. Date: Mon, 09 Jul 2007 21:59:52

    Great cartoons. The art is great and the humor is cutting edge. I'm going to add a link to this site on my blog!

An Oldie But A Goodie

I still love this letter, so I had to separate this from the others...

Jim, you are a demi-god!! And I want you to marry my lovely daughter. At least consider it. She has all her own teeth, & comes with nine goats & a cat. We might even throw in a dozen chickens,'cause you are one fine catch!
Your future mother-in-law?

Hi Jim, I'm the lovely daughter, (Paige). After viewing your cartoons I've decided I want to have your baby. We can discuss methods of conception at a later date. Meet me in Mexico you stud!
Waiting with throbbing anticipation,