Eight ID ‘toons that I found funny, not in any order
(Note: Yes, I am back blogging. To start with, I am simply going to post stuff of interest in a variety of genres, to catch up with my dismaying backlog. Go away for a month and everything happens. (Sigh.) Re cartoons on the intelligent design controversy: Too much of the stuff I see is off target, blandly predictable, or weakly political. My guess is, that will change as more cartoonists become aware of the depth of the controversy. Here is some stuff I thought was fun, not in any order.)
(Note: There are only seven 'toons now, as I had to remove one I could not source any longer.)
Larry Wright of the Detroit News encourages children to ask the Really Big Questions about intelligent design.
“Liberty News” asks how soon US President Bush will allow intelligent design to be studied in relation to ...
Canadian cartoonist John Fewings muses in a similar vein on Bush’s possible reasons for his support for teaching ID in the schools:
Steve Kelley knows who needs intelligent design the most:
This is one of my favourites, as Curious George ponders a possible personal future :
Gary Varvel of the Indianapolis Star captures the quandary of the simian lab assistants. (Everyone needs simian lab assistants.)
Tom Toles on “Intelephant design” is one of my faves - a sharp enough razor to cut with:
I don’t have to agree with you. I just want you to be funny.
Now here’s a wonderful old Punch cartoon of Charles Darwin, presumably in the process of evolving." Beat that if you can, cartoonists. That’s the target!