I just drew this for an article by Daniel Greenfield at Front Page Magazine, and I got a request to make it available as a print. It was fun to draw and I like how it came out. It's 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
Thursday, November 18, 2021
Thursday, October 21, 2021
With the world drowning in an orgy of wokism (leftist nihilism), where the current Superman, the original's son, comes out as bisexual, and as a climate change activist, and scraps "the American Way" from his motto, we're at the point where anything goes. And so here's what David Chase might have in mind, as revenge against those who hated his Sopranos film, The Many Saints of Newark (I watched it, but I have no desire to rewatch it.)
It's available as a print, 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
17 PRINT LIMITED RUN
My cartoon commemorating the 17 years since Geert Wilders lost his freedom by going under 24/7 guard for criticizing Islam is now available as a print. It's 11 x 14, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 17 prints.
Thursday, October 7, 2021
When the tanks come, be Tank Man. (But if you have tanks, even better).
Around 10,000 Chinese people were killed by the Chinese army in the Tiananmen Square Massacre in 1989, and within that horror, a hero stared down the state's tanks, becoming a symbol of freedom across the world. Here's the story behind the hero who defied evil.
My print is 11 x 14, signed and numbered by me for a limited print run of 100 prints.
Saturday, October 2, 2021
I'm sick of vaccine evangelists, and I put my response to them on a t-shirt design here. And someone liked it and requested that I make a print available, and here it is. 11 x 14, signed and numbered by me for a limited number of 100 prints.
Friday, October 1, 2021
Thursday, September 30, 2021
From Patton to Fatton. Here's the traitor, "general" Mark "white rage" Milley, on the phone with his Chinese "counterpart", telling him, in Chinese, that he will warn China if we intend to attack it, as was revealed in the latest anti-Trump book, Peril.
Wednesday, September 29, 2021
This was one of the many Howard Roark drawings I did for the 75th anniversary of Ayn Rand's The Fountainhead in 2018, ten of them which I've made available as prints. I like how this drawing came out, and I had in mind placing Roark against a visual that suggested the original cover for the first printing of The Fountainhead in 1943. It's 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
Saturday, September 18, 2021
Friday, September 10, 2021
(my blog of 14 years was unceremoniously deleted by Google, so that's why I post my articles at my store)
This is something I wrote awhile back, and which I published in my second volume of my Mohammad cartoons, and it's an issue that is very important to address and to correct, if we're ever going to begin to fight this war honestly.
9/11: Act of Faith/ Act of War
I can’t say how many times I’ve heard the words “Islam is NOT a religion!” by hysterical religionists who are more concerned with defending religion than they are of defending the West against a religion. Islam is a religion, and it’s evil, and that’s not a contradiction. There is religion and there is morality, and the two are not the same, even though many conflate the two, particularly those who believe that religion is inherently good, which we all know isn’t true, particularly the religious.
If your main concern is protecting religion from being associated with something
as evil as Islam, then you’re in the way of victory. We’re going to have to deal with
the problem of how religion, any religion, gets instant respect by virtue of the fact
that it’s a religion. And the way to deal with that is not to pretend that Islam
isn’t a religion, but to accept that religion can be evil.
I read a book years ago titled Lone Survivor, by a former Navy SEAL named Marcus Luttrell, and he was the lone survivor in the title, after he and his four man Navy SEAL team allowed a few Muslim goat herders to go along their way after they were discovered in the woods of Afghanistan, on a mission to kill a jihadist leader. And the decision to let them go was the last decision that three of the Navy SEALs would ever make. And part of what sealed their fate was that Luttrell, in making his decision to allow the Muslims to go their way, invoked his “Christian Soul” in doing so, as opposed to his “Warrior Soul”.
Luttrell also argued with his unit that if they were to kill the goat herders, that it would be all over CNN. Their lives were in the balance, and he was concerned about what a corrupt, anti-American propaganda “news” channel would report about them. And those Muslim goat-herders ratted out the Navy Seals as soon as they could, leading to a battle to the death that enraged me for days, and still does whenever I think of it.
It’s religion that fuels the Islamic enemy, and it’s religious altruism and secular altruism, which has allowed this enemy to remain unexamined, and therefore undefeated. Religion is why we’re losing against a very defeatable enemy, from the enemy’s religion, to the West’s inability to take on a religion.
Christianity’s “Love thy enemy” and “Turn the other cheek”, in the face of Islam’s “Kill the infidels wherever you find them”, is suicide, especially in wartime in a nuclear age. No matter what Christians have made themselves believe, “Love thy enemy” is an irrational belief, and it has been accepted as “moral” by far too many in the West, religious or not, and is completely unjust and self-destructive, and the enemy is Hoping that we never come to that conclusion, because they like that the West follows a suicidal “ethic”, while they follow a homicidal one. In other words, they love, to the death, that we’re suckers.
Religion can advocate for moral behavior and it can advocate for evil behavior, but the problem is that most of us believe that religion cannot advocate for anything other then moral behavior, no matter what we all know to be true, that religion can lead some to commit the most obscenely unspeakable acts of evil imaginable, but done in the name of “good”. Christian altruism not only teaches Christians to sacrifice for others, and to live for others, but with such beliefs as “Love thy enemy” and “Turn the other check” still being invoked in wartime, it leads to the ultimate form of altruism, which is to die for others. If you think that’s extreme, consider how most of us in the West can live with the deaths of our fellow Westerners, as no matter how many are murdered by jihadists, jihad goes on, unabated, with no rallies demanding our leaders to end it once and for all.
That religious altruism, coupled with the secular altruism of the left, where all others are viewed as better and more important than us, has led to our submission to this enemy, and will ultimately lead to our self-destruction, if it’s not pushed back on in a serious way.
It’s religion that’s motivating a war against civilization, and it’s respect for religion
that has allowed the religious enemy to get away with mass murder.
When George Bush lied to himself and the world after 9/11, (he knew that he didn’t know anything about Islam, but he flapped his gums anyway) that “Islam is peace”, what this born again Christian was really saying was that “religion is peace”. He was unfit to lead us after 9/11, and we’re still paying for his refusal to see reality for what it is. And still there are prominent and influential individuals who bite their tongue about Islam, lest they suffer scrutiny for their own religion. And then there are secular people who condemn Bush, but who believe the same crap, that Islam is not the Islamic enemy’s ideology, and that the problem is a so-called political form of Islam. It’s not politics that leads individuals who kill themselves in order to murder others. Only religion can lead people to do that, and to believe that there’s some heavenly reward for their act of evil.
After particularly horrific jihadist attacks, as the victims are still dying, callous
Muslims run to the rescue of Islam to pretend that Islam has nothing to do with
the attacks, and callous religionists run to the rescue of religion, pretending Islam
is not a religion.
Islam is religion, it is politics, and it is a fusion of the two. There is No separation of mosque and state in any Islamic country. Islam uses its religious identity as both a shield and sword. The West’s religious need to protect religion has hurt our need to protect ourselves from an enemy who’s motivated by religion. Talk about skewed priorities, but it just goes to show how religion trumps reality and what needs to be done in our defense.
Someone once argued with me, “When we fight Islam as ideology, we have
the chance to win; no one can win with “religion”. (Nigel Mirage has peddled the
same BS). We’re going to have to win with religion, especially this religion, because it’s the worst and most dangerous of them all, and it motivates a global war against civilization. Denying that fact, for religious reasons, is self-defeating, and is one of the reasons why this enemy remains undefeated so long after 9/11. The only way we’re going to win, in the end, is by recognizing the truth, telling the truth and ultimately acting on the truth. Islam’s religious nature makes it get away with more than any evil secular ideology could, and that fact should make even religionists admit the danger of religion, the danger of placing faith above reason.
This defense of religion, as if it’s the end all be all, which leads some to
deny the reality that Islam is a religion, brings to the forefront the problem with
Western civilization’s attitude about religion. It’s our unwillingness to criticize religion or to condemn it (though there are those who condemn “all religions”, while Never condemning Islam in particular), or even acknowledge that religion can be evil, and we all know religion can be evil, even the most blinkered religionists, which has made people either praise Islam -because it’s a religion- or condemn it, but only as a non-religion. However much religionists want to deny Islam is a religion, Islam has a prophet, it has a holy book and a God. All Muslims and the vast majority of non-Muslims accept it as a religion. Pretending Islam is not a religion now -in the middle of its religious war against us- does nothing for our efforts in defending ourselves against it, and allows it to get away with even more murder than it has. As I’ve often said: No one would fly planes into buildings if they didn’t believe -religiously- that they were committing a righteous act that would send them to heaven. In the end, when we finally end the Islamic threat, we will be more honest about what role religion played in Islam’s ability to get away with the evil it’s gotten away with for over a thousand years, and of our unwillingness and inability to deal with it when it came for us. If Islam weren’t a religion, then it would not have lasted as long as it has, and it wouldn’t be defended as it is by its would-be victims. And that’s a fact that we need to observe and think about, very seriously, instead of dismissing it as somehow irrelevant.
As I wrote in my article, My Name is Bosch and I’m a Recovered Muslim:
Our altruistic concern for the future and well being of “the Muslim world” (as if it’s a different planet) has come at the expense of American lives and treasure. We’ve placed the well being of “the Muslim world” above our own self-defense. We’ve placed today’s big lie, “Islam means peace”, above the truth we need to act on. We’ve placed the lives of Muslim civilians above the lives of our soldiers, placing them in absolutely unnecessary danger in order to protect innocent (or guilty) civilians. Our Rules of Engagement might as well be renamed the Golden Rules of Engagement, as our soldiers have been forced to treat the Islamic enemy the way we’d like to be treated. And the enemy takes full advantage of the altruistic, and self-defeating, policies that our morally corrupt politicians have concocted. We need to shift the focus onto our own well being at
the enemy’s expense for a change.
Here’s an exchange I just had in the middle of putting together this piece, of
someone replying to my article, Muslim Roulette, along with my reply:
“The author’s otherwise fine article reveals that he has yet to realize that Islam is NOT a religion. Islam is a violently expansionist, totalitarian IDEOLOGY that wraps itself in a facade of religious pretense. Any ideology that demands that non-adherents choose either conversion, enslavement or death is not a religion but a death cult and a cult is not a religion.”
I replied: “There are two kinds of people in this world: those who want to defend Western civilization, and those who want to defend religion, to the point that they’ll deny Islam its religious identity, in order to protect the reputation of religion. Islam is a religion and it’s evil, and that’s not a contradiction. People like you have done your part to prolong the Islamic enemy’s war on civilization for religious reasons. Until we accept the fact that Islam is a religion, that 9/11 was as much an act of faith as it was an act or war, this war will continue. But people like you wouldn’t mind that, so long as Islam isn’t recognized as the religion it is. Buck up. This is about defending civilization, Not religion.”
Islam is a religion.
Thursday, September 9, 2021
I remember being irate that people couldn't wait to cry over the atrocity of 9/11, and they couldn't wait to get over it, without expressing any desire for vengeance. But that's where Pigman came from, from my desire for vengeance against those who mass-murdered Americans in the name of Islam. And that's where this drawing of Pigman came from, which I drew over a decade ago. It's now available as a print. 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
Wednesday, September 1, 2021
I’m now making my 2009 drawing available as a print.
Ayn Rand began writing her magnum opus, ATLAS SHRUGGED, on September 2, 1946. September 2 is also the day of the year on which the story opens, and a date which is noted several times throughout the novel.
From the novel: "A white rectangle hung over the city, imparting the date to the men in the streets below. In the rusty light of this evening's sunset, the rectangle said: September 2."
It’s 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
Saturday, June 26, 2021
My new print. I've been commenting about Biden's woke military, and hearing an old military "General" sounding like any young punk leftist burping out woke bullshit is dangerous as hell for the institution that was built to defend America, not the leftist ideology that's destroying it from within. This "General" Mark Milley has been defending the military's full blown embrace of the racist Critical Race Theory, and even had the nerve to question his own "white rage" at a hearing. And this bastard, and everyone like him, need to be opposed, and need to find other lines of work outside of our military. But in the meantime, they need to be mocked mercilessly. Here's my effort.
11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
Sunday, June 13, 2021
Friday, May 14, 2021
I just got a request to make this ten year old cartoon of mine available as a print. I posted it on Facebook and it got over 500 likes and many shares and comments. And as I just posted: This moment is a litmus test. Do you stand with Israel or do you stand with the enemies of civilization?
It’s 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
Monday, May 3, 2021
Today is 6 years to the day that I won the Mohammad cartoon contest, the event of which ended up being attacked by jihadists who got their heads blown off by a hero cop, in Garland, Texas. I just drew this cartoon to commemorate the date, a variation on my winning Mohammad cartoon. My original art for it is available for sale. It's drawn in pencil and India ink on 11 x 17 bristol board paper.
Sunday, April 18, 2021
Tuesday, April 6, 2021
Sunday, April 4, 2021
One of many drawings of Howard Roark that I drew in 2018 to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Ayn Rand's masterpiece, The Fountainhead, is now available as a print. 11 x 17
I drew this great moment with Howard Roark from The Fountainhead in 2018 for the 75th anniversary of Ayn Rand's masterpiece, and it's now available as a print. 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
Monday, March 29, 2021
By request, I took my Second Amendment Print and removed the words, which makes it a great complimentary print to my other print, Vigilant Cowboy and Son. 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
This is indeed the third Obama term. By request, I just made this cartoon of mine available as a print (and t-shirt). 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 100 prints.
Tuesday, March 2, 2021
ONLY 1 LEFT
I just got a request to make this tall version of my winning Mohammad cartoon, and it's limited to only 10 prints. 11 x 17, signed and numbered by me for a limited run of 10 prints.
Monday, March 1, 2021
By request, I just made my cartoon of Andrew Breitbart available as a print. I had the pleasure of talking to Andrew a number of times, and his first response to my introductory email was "I LOVE PIGMAN!" Made my day. We need more people like him, as he was a fighter through and through. I drew this within a half hour after I heard the news that he died, on March 1, nine years ago today. It's 11 x 17, signed and numbered by for a limited run of 100 prints.