Brags
Scribble finishes No.1 in the voting for best Web political cartoon of 2005 winning the "People's Pick" Dot-Comedy Award at About.com.

"The Daily Scribble is really funny. Editorial cartooning meets high school heckler." Travis F. Smith, Hop Studios

"Pithy, witty, funny and on top of the news. What blogs are to political commentary, the Daily Scribble is to the editorial cartoon. I keep coming back for more."  Joshua Micah Marshall, Talking Points Memo.

"Though Charles Pugsley Fincher would do well to find a stage name, his daily scribbles are nothing to scoff at. Plain and simple, on lined yellow scratch paper, yet they speak volumes." Jacob Wheeler, Utne.com.

Scribble runs in the opinion section of Flak Magazine.

By Charles Pugsley Fincher, A Spin-Off of ThadeusandWeez.com
Newest Scribble, below. Yesterday's Scribble, now in Archive: South Dakota bans abortion. Now in my law cartoon Scribble-in-Law: Chief Justice John G. Roberts demonstrates his opinion mandating military recruiters on law school campuses.
Chief Justice John G. Roberts demonstrates his opinion mandating military recruiters on law school campuses. in Scribble-in-Law my law cartoon. Scribble's Page Two blog is a pictoral archive, has additional stuff and reader comment.
Send this Scribble to somebody.
Most Recent Scribbles, See Archive for the Rest
South Dakota Bans Abortion Musharraf, Bush, Freedom Bush 'Splains India Nukes Bush Brain Scan, Katrina Bubble Boy Returns

From Reuters.com:

Senate panel rejects bid for NSA inquiry
Tue Mar 7, 2006 7:39 PM ET

By David Morgan

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Senate Republicans on Tuesday agreed to expand oversight of President George W. Bush's domestic spying program but rejected Democratic pressure for a broad inquiry into eavesdropping on U.S. citizens.

Sen. Pat Roberts of Kansas, Republican chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, said the committee voted to create a new seven-member subcommittee that would scrutinize the eavesdropping under a plan approved by the White House.

...But the Republican-controlled intelligence panel voted down a Democratic proposal for a complete investigation into the surveillance by the National Security Agency by the full 15-member intelligence committee. Democrats complained that they had been shut out of discussions with the White House that led to the agreement.

"The committee, to put it bluntly, is basically under the control of the White House through its chairman," said a visibly frustrated Sen. John Rockefeller of West Virginia, ranking Democrat on the intelligence committee.

03.08.06

Send this Scribble to somebody.
Quick Links: Home | | Archive Index | | Page Two Blog | | Thadeus & Weez | | Cartoonist | | Contact
The name "The Illustrated Daily Scribble" is a trademark and is also copyrighted 2006 by Charles Pugsley Fincher. All illustrations and comic strips together with their characters appearing on this site are copyrighted 2006 by Charles Pugsley Fincher and may not be reproduced or used without his permission. Copyright 2006 by Charles Pugsley Fincher.

x






Buy a signed Daily Scribble print of any cartoon in the Archive.