January 23, 2018
Art, politics, angels, demons . . . and righteous dogs.


If John Boehner’s fervent desire is to be on TV all the time, he is wildly successful.  Does it matter to him what he is famous for? That he is engaging in bringing down the American economy as part of his mission to bring down Obama? This is the Holy War of the ideologically blind and the morally corrupt, making him a big name for our domestic terror watch list. The irony is that we are watching him all the time.


Jeff Haus is doing a Davy Crockett project.  Here’s a page of Davy’s on screen and stage, including a certain red haired ring-tailed roarer out of the Rabbit Ears shop of about 20 years ago.  Well, I’ll be a cross-eyed catfish. How many of these can you name?  Check it out at http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1937148067511.2106084.1206646015

HOMELESS IN DC by Cameron K. Lewis



The boy in this image represents merely one of the thousands of people in homeless families in our nation’s capital. When new mayor Vincent Gray took office, he opted to makes cuts to the city’s budget rather than raise taxes, creating a $20.5 million gap in aid for the homeless. With the number of homeless families steadily increasing in recent years, more and more are being turned away and denied shelter. Currently, over 500 families are on the city’s wait list for shelter, leaving them to sleep on the streets, in cars and stairwells.
Recent Washington Post story here.

Cameron K. Lewis is an illustrator and storyboard artist currently lost somewhere in the wide open country as he travels from Brooklyn, NY to Los Angeles, CA. His work has appeared in The New York Observer, Philadelphia Weekly, and Capital New York.