When I was a kid I didn’t believe in Santa Claus. I believed in the United States of America. To me, the Founding Fathers were perfect men, the United States military was composed of 1.8 million demigods, and every day was the Fourth of July. My opinions have matured a bit since then, but the core of my love for country has remained constant.
Around the time I discovered my love for America I also discovered my love for drawing, and it didn’t take me long to realize that my skill with a pen and paper far surpassed my skill with a word processor. Ever since, I have endeavored to express my ideas with pictures.
I love drawing. I love America. I love the Big Man upstairs. This blog is basically the result of putting these three elements into a petri dish and letting them brew for a few years. The result may be a diverse group of eukaryotic single-celled organisms, or it could be a piece of smoked gouda aged to perfection, best served with a glass of 1776 Merlot. My hope is that you will find my work thought-provoking, insightful, profound and maybe, just maybe, a bit humorous.
May God bless you and may He bless America!
Outlets that publish my cartoons include National Review, The American Spectator, TownHall.com, TheCollegeFix.com, First Things Magazine, National Catholic Register, and Catholicvote.org.