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Jim Kirwan is a political independent artist/illustrator and activist writer who has been intermittently published since the 1970s. He has worked for two governors, the attorney generals of both Oklahoma and California, corporations, non-profits, and private individuals. He lives in the United States. His cartoons appear in Yellowtimes. He can be reached at: kirwanstudios@earthlink.net ?2002 […]

W: A Law Unto Himself

by JIM KIRWAN

Jim Kirwan is a political independent artist/illustrator and activist writer who has been intermittently published since the 1970s. He has worked for two governors, the attorney generals of both Oklahoma and California, corporations, non-profits, and private individuals. He lives in the United States. His cartoons appear in Yellowtimes.

He can be reached at: kirwanstudios@earthlink.net

?2002 by Jim Kirwan