Pat Oliphant — Australian Cartoonist born on July 24, 1935,

Patrick Bruce "Pat" Oliphant is an Australian editorial cartoonist whose career spans more than fifty years. His trademark is a small penguin character named Punk, who is often seen making a comment about the subject of the panel. In 1990, the New York Times described him as "the most influential editorial cartoonist now working"... (wikipedia)

I can always see what I've done wrong. I'm always learning. I'm the perennial student.
There were dragons to slay in the old days. Nixon was a good dragon.
So many cartoonists draw the same year after year. When they find a style, they stick with it. They don't mess with innovation, and they become boring.
The fact that we're protected under that Constitution in exercising the right of free speech, it's a wonderful thing. You've got to come from somewhere else to realize how valuable it is.
I've always looked upon politics as a very boring thing. Politics never interested me as much as the people involved in it.