The Sorensen Monologues

Archive for May 16th, 2012

Oregonian interview

The Oregonian did a nice interview with me as part of a series on their local blog partners. What’s the most common misperception about me? Why am I leaving Portland? How do I summarize myself in a single word? Those exciting answers and more can be found with a click of the mouse!

This Week’s Cartoon: “The Bully Rights Movement”

I was going to make a “bully pulpit” joke in this strip, but then I did a search and realized everyone on the internet had already made it. A cartoonist’s life is fraught with peril.

Mitt has done some good in the past, such as the health care plan he now distances himself from. But more and more, it seems like he’s a human hurricane leaving a trail of unemployed people, bowel-voiding dogs and traumatized gay teens in his wake.

Jen Sorensen is a cartoonist seen on Daily Kos, The Nib, and in magazines and
newspapers throughout the US. She is a 2017 Pulitzer finalist and recipient of the 2014 Herblock Prize and a 2013 Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award.




Join the Sorensen Subscription Service! Powered by Campaignzee

Or subscribe via Patreon: