The syndicated editorial cartoonist of the Gazette Telegraph
(Colorado Springs) expresses outrage at the assaults on our freedom, at the loss of liberties, and at the destruction of the very fabric of our society.
The cartoons are grouped in thirteen different categories: big government, justice, the presidency, church-state issues, defense, education, environment, equal rights, life and death, media, medical, the Second Amendment, and world events.
Before the American revolution, American Colonists disagreed with mandates coming from England, and some took up their pens to protest those attempts to limit their freedom. Asay Doodles Goes to Town continues in this time-honored tradition, exposing the current threat and sounding a clarion call for Americans to wake from their slumber and repossess the land.