Portraits of "Americans who tell the truth"


16 Responses to “Portraits of "Americans who tell the truth"”

  1. Bob LeDrew says:

    I was an unlikely fan of Robert Shetterly, in that I was editing small magazines in Halifax, and subscribed to Maine Times, well, to steal ideas from them. He was their editorial illustrator, and one of his illustrations struck me so much that I bought it. It’s still with me, 21 years later. I love it. And I’m glad to see that he’s taken his gifts even further in the time since. 

  2. noggin says:

    People like this and the laws that are (mis)-used against them are why presidential pardons exist.

  3. millie fink says:

    I’ve long been a fan of this series, so thanks for the reminder. I clicked through in search of posters — they exist!


  4. John Friend says:

    Interesting…..  Presidential pardons  Where, other than in a dictatorship, can one leader override the decision of the judicial branch of government.  Another one to consider…. Executive Orders.  What other form of government, besides a dictatorship, allows one individual to make rulings. 

  5. class_enemy says:

    To paraphrase Dorothy Parker, this selection generally runs the whole gamut of ideology all the way from A to B.

    But I do give credit to the very few names here who are as vocally anti-war today as they were on January 19, 2009.

  6. ChuckTV says:

    So you’re calling Abraham Lincoln a traitor? Interesting…

  7. millie fink says:


  8. K Klems says:

    Thank you for your totally unbiased opinion.


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