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1. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2012-03-27 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-12-07 Pub. Date: 2012-03-27
Image Number: 78102
Caption: Number of registered voters in Texas without a photo I.D. … More than 600,000. Number of alleged cases of voter fraud in Texas in the last two general elections … Four. What's wrong with this picture?
     
2. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2018-12-02 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-12-02 Pub. Date: 2018-12-02
Image Number: 175283
Caption: The Extraordinary Life of George Herbert Walker Bush. Born June 12, 1924. Attends Andover Academy from 1937-1942. Japan attacks Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941. Enlists in the Navy on his 18th birthday, June 12, 1942. June 9, 1943 Becomes the youngest commissioned pilot in the Navy. September 2, 1944 Bush is shot down, bails out and is rescued by a U.S. submarine. January 6, 1945 Married Barbara Pierce while on leave. Summer, 1948 Bush graduates from Yale and takes a job in W. Texas with an oil company. Bush's father, Prescott Bush, is elected to the U.S. Senate in 1952. In 1953, Bush partners with others to form Zapata Petroleum. After moving to Houston, Bush is elected chairman of the Harris County Republican Committee in 1963. Bush is elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1966. December 11, 1970 President Nixon appoints Bush as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. Bush leaved the UN to become chairman of the Republican National Committee in January of 1973. In 1974, Bush becomes U.S. Liaison in Beijing. In 1976, Bush is appointed CIA Director by President Ford. November 4, 1980 The Reagan-Bush ticket defeats Carter-Mondale in a landslide. Bush sworn in as nation's 43rd vice president on January 20, 1981. Bush runs for president in 1988. The Bush-Quayle ticket beats Dukakis-Bentsen, Bush inaugurated as 41st President on January 20, 1989. During his administration, the Berlin Wall comes down. Iraq invades Kuwait in 1990. Bush leads global coalition to eject Iraq from Kuwait in January, 1991. Bush lives to see his son, Jeb, elected governor of Florida and his son, George W. Bush, elected 43rd president of the United States. On April 17, 2018, Barbara his beloved wife of 73 years passed away. Bush was hospitalized just a day after her funeral with a blood infection, but many wondered if it was from a broken heart. George H.W. Bush 1924 - 2018.
     
3. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2012-03-20 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-11-30 Pub. Date: 2012-03-20
Image Number: 77830
Caption: I need an abortion. Ok, but Texas law requires that I describe the fetus to you in the hope that you won't get one. And Texas cut family planning funds, so … I need an abortion.
     
4. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2011-09-18 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-11-16 Pub. Date: 2011-09-18
Image Number: 65803
Caption: Texas Justice System. Raise your hand if you think race played a part in your death sentence…
     
5. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2011-05-05 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-11-07 Pub. Date: 2011-05-05
Image Number: 60608
Caption: I miss handing back grades before guns on campus.
     
6. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2018-10-23 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-10-23 Pub. Date: 2018-10-23
Image Number: 174676
Caption: I am not in the habit of supporting people who attack my wife and attack my father. Ted Cruz. But I'll make an exception just this once …
     
7. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2018-09-14 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-09-14 Pub. Date: 2018-09-14
Image Number: 174070
Caption: Ted. Objects in mirror are closer than they appear. Beto.
     
8. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2010-05-30 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-08-01 Pub. Date: 2010-05-30
Image Number: 47992
Caption: New Social Studies Curriculum. Junk Shot. Texas Board of Education.
     
9. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2010-03-11 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-07-25 Pub. Date: 2010-03-11
Image Number: 45048
Caption: Welcome to Texas. Execution Capital of America!! (Please don't ask if any might have been innocent.)
     
10. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2018-05-22 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-05-22 Pub. Date: 2018-05-22
Image Number: 171851
Caption: What leads to Mass Shootings? Too many doors ...
     
11. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2018-05-19 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-05-19 Pub. Date: 2018-05-19
Image Number: 171839
Caption: Born to kill.
     
12. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2016-07-10 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-05-18 Pub. Date: 2016-07-10
Image Number: 145995
Caption: The Shooting Continues. Blame.
     
13. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2018-05-11 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-05-11 Pub. Date: 2018-05-11
Image Number: 171495
Caption: Dumb. Developing in a flood plain. Dumber. Developing in lava flood plain.
     
14. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2008-05-11 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-04-19 Pub. Date: 2008-05-11
Image Number: 23428
Caption: News Item: Huge sinkhole forms in Texas swallowing everything in sight..Big oil.
     
15. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2007-09-28 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2018-02-27 Pub. Date: 2007-09-28
Image Number: 18736
Caption: Cruel and Unusual? Death Penalty. It aint unusual in Texas!
     
16. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2017-11-20 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2017-11-20 Pub. Date: 2017-11-20
Image Number: 165398
Caption: There's a truck here with a dangerously profane sticker on it … Ft. Bend Co. Texas Sheriff. 1st Amendment.
     
17. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2017-11-08 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2017-11-08 Pub. Date: 2017-11-08
Image Number: 164704
Caption: Which one does America subject to "extreme vetting"? Man buying an assault rifle with a history of domestic abuse and mental health issues. Refugee.
     
18. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2017-11-06 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2017-11-06 Pub. Date: 2017-11-06
Image Number: 164697
Caption: It can't happen here.
     
19. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2017-09-22 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2017-09-22 Pub. Date: 2017-09-22
Image Number: 163084
Caption: How did you get the drywall removed so quickly? We didn't remove it … Toxic flood water.
     
20. Nick Anderson  Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2017-09-18 Texas 
Cartoonist(s): Nick Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Nick Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2017-09-18 Pub. Date: 2017-09-18
Image Number: 163054
Caption: Hurricane Harvey was a wake-up call for Houston, the state of Texas, and for the entire United States. Sploosh. In the wake of Harvey, we are facing the prospect of multi-billion-dollar clean-up and flood control projects. Damn. Damn! Price tag. Many local officials an armchair pundits ridicule the idea that development contributes to flooding. Phooey! But what we fail to recognize is that we've been systematically destroying the existing flood control system: Wetlands and prairies. They are mother nature's flood control system, and she provided them to us for free. I was hoping for a Porsche ... In fact, the reason that wetlands even exist is because of periodic flooding. They absorb water during a flood and slowly release it during dry periods, and they filter out toxins and pollutants in the process. We are literally developing land that nature has designated as flood-detention reservoirs. Then we wonder why there's water in our houses. With porous soils and vegetation that has complex and deep root systems. Wetlands act as giant sponges during a flood. Sponge Power!! But, instead of seeing them as the extraordinarily valuable assets they are, we see them as impediments to growth. We fill them in, pave them and build on them. In Harris County alone, almost 30 percent of freshwater wetlands have been lost to development between 1992 and 2010, according to Texas A&M scientist, John Jacob. He calls the situation "unconscionable." And climate change is complicating our situation. "More people die here than anywhere else from floods. More property per capita is lost here. And the problem's getting worse," says Sam Brody, a Texas A&M University at Galveston researcher who specializes in natural hazards mitigation. Climate change is a hoax. The models predicting the chances of these floods happening need to be updated. Warmer water means more evaporation and more water vapor in the air. "The exact same storm that comes along today has more rain associated with it than it would have 50 or 100 years ago," said Katharine Hayhoe, a climate scientist at Texas Tech. As wetlands have been lost, the amount of impervious surface in Harris County increased by 25 percent from 1996 to 2011, Brody added. To be sure, the sheer amount of rainfall Harvey dumped on Houston would result in massive flooding no matter what. But measures can be taken to make it less catastrophic. When developers destroy wetlands, they are required to create new ones to offset the ones lost. But, according to a Texas A&M/HARC study that reviewed permits issued to local developers by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, more than half were not in compliance. Those permits required the developers to take steps to mitigate wetlands destroyed by their construction. But apparently the work was not done. Permit. Permit. Permit. Permit. Permit. Permit. Local officials and boosters love to tout Houston's relatively low housing costs. But is it cheap when we have to spend billions on flood control after the fact? Is it cheap when we factor in higher insurance costs and taxpayer-subsidized federal flood insurance repair of houses built in floodplains? And it is far, far cheaper to preserve these valuable wetlands and greenspaces than it is to build flood mitigation infrastructure later on. Houston's population is expected to grow by three to four million over the next 30 years. Are we going to continue the same policies or will we learn from our mistakes? Again? Disclosure: This cartoon was underwritten by Bayou City Waterkeeper, whose mission is to ensure the aquatic integrity of the Loser Galveston Bay watershed by focusing on the protection of wetlands and other critical habitats, advocating for adequate mitigation of lost wetland resources and enforcing all aspects of compliance with the Clean Water Act. It is based on research by The Texas Tribune/ProPublica and Bayou City Waterkeeper scientists.
     
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