Check out Mercatus Center senior research fellow, Matt Mitchell’s terrific blog post on the irony of Occupy Wall Street’s chant for “democracy” as well as the benefits of a constitutional republic over at the blog, Neighborhood Effects. He also featured a cartoon I did on OWS’s call for more government.
Alex Hoffman has a B.A. in Political Science from UCLA, where he worked as a political cartoonist for UCLA's award winning student newspaper, The Daily Bruin. While on staff, he won several statewide awards for his cartoons. He received a J.D. from Southwestern Law School. At Southwestern, he continued cartooning for the monthly law magazine, The Commentator as well as designed the covers for each issue. He is also the creator of the webcomics, Libertarian Rabbits From Outer Space and Tales Of Absurdity.
Presently he is a contributor and political cartoonist for the blog When Falls The Coliseum, a freelance cartoonist for Cartoon Movement and a graphic artist for Townhall's Freedom Cards.
He currently lives in North Hollywood, California.
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