Bud Pisarek

Signs of beauty seen in Auburn

The City of Auburn is the perfect example of America the beautiful.Congratulations to Bud Pisarek for the logos that are painted in the intersection of High Street and Lincoln Way, ...

Leave ‘Above All’ in oblivion

I see that there are some people that want the return of the “Above All” cartoons. I vigorously oppose that idea. The “Above All” cartoons frequently presented a far left, ...

Goodbye devils in white robes

May 5 is when I picked up the new format of the paper. The best part is the absence of “Above All.” I hope Bud Pisarek is gone for good. His angels were always in sheep’s c ...

Cartoon not non-partisan

I’m glad the Journal finally did away with the (Above All angels) cartoons. I try to keep the media I read as non-partisan as possible and, even had the cartoons been profession ...

Another view on the angels

We miss Bus Pisarek’s cartoon in the Auburn Journal and I wish the editor would rethink why he stopped publishing it. It is timely and delightful and the Journal should be open ...

Sometimes in poor taste

We moved to Auburn in 2006 from the Bay Area and look forward to reading the Auburn Journal every day. We are glad the little angels cartoon has been removed. We enjoy political ...

Blessings for grounding unfunny ‘angels’

Hallelujah! Bud Pisarek’s angels have fled the scene. The cartoon was never even remotely witty and I, for one, did not miss it until I read your editorial column today (Another ...

Canceled toon was first item looked at

I like the look of the paper and read it from front to back every day. It gives us an eye on the world as well as our beautiful little foothills town that we all know and love so w ...

Missing Bud’s ‘little dose of liberalism’

I enjoyed Deric Rothe’s “Inside the Fishbowl” on Sunday, May 10. People generally do not embrace change immediately. But rather than send him an email, I wanted to request th ...

Cartoon angels are relevant, timely, missed

May 8) I spoke to Deric Rothe, editor of the Auburn Journal, and was saddened to learn that the Angel cartoons by Bud Pisarek that appear each day in the Auburn Journal, have been ...

Making your Journal relevant

It’s been another interesting week at the newspaper. We launched our redesign Tuesday. We reduced the size of our newspaper to 11 inches wide by 22 inches deep. I think it feels ...

Childish right-wing cartoon would balance paper

Remind Bud Pisarek the election ended four months ago. Wherever he keeps his head, word isn’t getting through. I’m referring to his “Above All …” cartoon from Feb. 15, th ...

Mixed reviews for content on Journal opinion page

I am writing to comment on three items that appeared on the opinion page Friday, Sept. 19. First, the so-called “cartoon” by Andy Lukkonen insinuating that Senator Tom McClinto ...

Election producing ‘dirtiest’ politics ever

I have tried not to write this letter but I have to say “the politics” are the dirtiest I have ever witnessed since I started voting and I am “78” years. I am a Republican ...

‘Above All’ angels must not be veterans

Clearly, (Bud) Pisarek’s little left-wing angels are not veterans or they would understand that no one will work harder for peace than those who have seen war.  Cleona Duncan ...