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Chronic: Pain We Don’t See, Chapter 18

Top illustration by Tim Forkes Chapter 18: The Pandemic Hits Home Thursday: December 3, 2020 The past week has been a blur. It has been filled with way more work than I signed on to do, but it is work […]

Chronic: Pain We Don’t See, Chapter 18

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Top illustration by Tim Forkes Chapter 18: The Pandemic Hits Home Thursday: December 3, 2020 The past week has been a blur. It has been filled with way more work than I signed on to do, but it is work […]

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January 6, 2021 Needs to be Investigated By a Commission

Top photo is a YouTube screenshot from the House Impeachment Manager’s video presented at then-President Trump’s second impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate In the age of “Trumpublicans” it should be

June Letters to Jim: Tebow a tight end? McConaughey for governor?

Top illustration by Tim Forkes Summer is fast approaching, and more things are opening, so I figured this month I would begin with answers to questions on a variety of

Life as a Masquerade

Illustrations by Jeff Worman Are we really happy

May Letters to Jim: Is That a Gun or Taser?

Top illustration by Tim Forkes Now that the NFL draft and all 947 mock drafts have come and gone, let’s look at what is really on the minds of some

Ending racism in the US

Top photo is a YouTube screenshot of Brooklyn Center, MN protests over the police killing of Daunte Wright https://youtu.be/q7LWzVX4Q2g This was recently posted on Instagram by MSNBC host Joyann Reid, which was

Chronic: Pain We Don’t See, Chapter 11

Chapter 11: When Pain Returns Thursday: July 30, 2020 What a difference a few days makes. In the past week, I have gone from feeling excited about completing big

Chronic: Pain We Don’t See, Chapter 10

Top illustration by Tim Forkes Normal Comes With Scars Sunday: July 19, 2020 It has been two and half weeks since the epidural and I am still enjoying great relief. Besides

The Police Accountability Train Wreck

Police hold their ground during the aftermath of the Baltimore Riots. (Erik Hoffman) Since 1871 the Civil Rights Act has held state and local officials—including police officers—legally liable for damages

Chronic: Pain We Don’t See, Chapter 7

Top photo by Tim Forkes Chapter 7: Dodgeball Tuesday: June 2, 2020  Where do I begin? I am trying to process so much that I can’t make sense of anything. I

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