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Chuck Asay - Creators Syndicate Inc. (COLORADO, USA) Retired Member
Chuck Asay Chuck Asay has been inflicting his religious, right-wing, wacko views on people for over 30 years. "I think it's fun." Asay says. We live in a free country where everyone is entitled to my opinion. Asay was born into a family where controversial views were expressed vigorously but without malice. He believes ideas rule the world, not people. Its the ideas we wrestle with, he says. People are created in the image of God. We are supposed to love them. Asay was raised on a farm in the San Luis Valley in Colorado. He has a degree from Adams State College in Alamosa, . . .
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John Auchter - MichiganRadio.org (MICHIGAN, USA) Regular Member
John Auchter

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John has the complete inability to eat a salad without getting all sorts of stuff stuck in between his teeth.... (Oh, not that personal.) Born in Pennsylvania, raised in South Carolina and Michigan, John started drawing comics when he was eight-years-old. He's married now (to his high-school sweetheart), has three beautiful children, two needy cats, and works as a technical communications specialist, but can still be found more often than not hunched over his drawing table.

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Bado - Le Droit (QUEBEC, CANADA) Retired Member
Bado

Born in Montreal on May 21, 1949, Guy Badeaux won the 1991 National Newspaper Award for cartooning, Canada's equivalent to the Pulitzer Prize, after selling his soul to the devil at the famous crossroads in Clarksdale, Mississippi during the AAEC's convention in Memphis the previous year.

Based in the Ottawa region, he has been working at the French-language daily Le Droit since 1981 and has published 8 collections of his work. He is also the editor of Portfoolio: The Year's Best Canadian Editorial Cartoons since it's inception in 1985.

Bado knew he wanted . . .
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Pat Bagley - Salt Lake Tribune (UTAH, USA) Regular Member
Pat Bagley In 1977, during a finance class at BYU, Bagley doodled a political cartoon, which he submitted to the student newspaper, The Daily Universe. This became his first published cartoon, which was reprinted in Time Magazine just weeks later. After graduation, Bagley briefly worked as a caricaturist in the nearby Orem Mall, before being hired as the editorial cartoonist at The Salt Lake Tribune, where he still produces a daily cartoon. His cartoons have appeared in The Washington Post, The Guardian of London, The Times of London, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, and The Los Angeles Times. Over . . .
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Annette Balesteri - East County Times (CALIFORNIA, USA) Regular Member
Annette Balesteri The California native has been a professional cartoonist for 25 years, drawing for Ca. area newspapers.

Started drawing a weekly sports cartoon for a Junior College Newspaper in 1984 to 1986.... Weekly Dot to dot drawings for kids for 3 years

Has appeared in THE BEST EDITORIAL CARTOONS OF THE YEAR since 1993...... Honored with doing the Poster for the PWHF hall of fame honorees 2005/2006/2007/2008/2009 collectable series......

Draws caricatures and editorial issues for a newspaper once a week......Has put out as much as 7 cartoons a week. Freelances for . . .
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