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Happy Halloween October 31, 2010

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Ya gotta love photoshop.

This image is not as scary–until you think about what she’s done to health care freedom.

Love that Freedom Bucket!! September 14, 2010

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Did you miss it too? April 24, 2010

Posted by Beth in Art, Politics.

Did you know that April 20th was recently named “Everybody Draw Mohammad Day” ?

In a belated tribute to the sanctity of Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, Freedom of the Press and Freedom of South Park to be as offensive as they want, here is my contribution (and my first attempt to draw with my computer’s Paint program.)


It’s not too late to post yours! Let me know if you do!

CORRECTION: You have lots of time. Everybody Draw Mohammed is May 20th (not April 20th)

Don’t be late.

Draw early! Draw often!!

Contributions to check out:

Free Colorado

Creatures of Prometheus

Armchair Intellectual

The Objectivist Standard

More drawings at Draw Mohammad

I’ve Been Busy April 21, 2010

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Check out my latest project.

A Morning of Mourning March 22, 2010

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The health care bill has passed the house, 219 to 212.

The destructive effects won’t be evident immediately, but we have lost yet another chunk of freedom–and the egregiously flawed policies just enacted will erode quality medical care and access for all of us. The prosperity of this nation will suffer under the increased burden of central planning. The laws of economics can not be legislated away.

All the good intentions in the world can not not be achieved on the backs of others.

It is a sad, sad day for freedom, and for the character of this nation.

I am disappointed and discouraged, but I am not through fighting.

Life is too precious.