My first guest on the Tami Jackson Show* tonight will be A.F. Branco, political cartoonist.

Antonio F. Branco, founder/owner of the site Comically Incorrect, was born in 1956 in Fort Bragg, California, and raised in a small California logging town (in the Mendocino county) called Point Arena. He joined the US Army MP Corps in 1975 and was honorably discharged in 1978.

Branco attended Woodland Hills college briefly before moving to the Northwest. His beginnings in cartooning came while working at a sawmill in Sedro-Woolley Washington.

His ability to frame life in picture created a humorous environment, depicting his bosses and coworkers in exaggerated, but realistic scenarios. Signing “Guess who” kept the cartoons a mystery.

Following the yearnings of entrepreneurship, he decided to take his creations to the next level in the formation of A.F. Branco Designs. His political passion would be displayed on t-shirts and hats.

Other projects he was involved in were musical. His band Tony and the Tigers, played at gigs all over the Pacific Northwest.

Flash Forward to today, A.F. Branco has taken his two greatest passions, (art and politics) and manifested them into the cartoons that have been seen all over the country, in various news outlets including “Fox News” and “The Washington Post.” He has been recognized by such personalities as James Woods, Sarah Palin, Larry Elder, Lars Larson, and even the great El Rushbo.

Branco describes himself as “somewhere between the Far Side and the right side of every issue.” He sits at his desk daily crafting comically and politically-incorrect cartoons that say with humorous satire what conservatives really think, but lack the opportunity to say to a broad audience.

After years of listening to the squeaky wheel of the left advancing the cause of radicalism, Branco decided to use the power of his bully palette to advance the conservative movement. Conservatives worldwide can be glad he did. According to Branco, “The art and humor of political cartoons has since the dawn of the Republic been a way to sway those who might not otherwise be persuaded.”

Listen in as Antonio “Tony” Branco and I discuss how he fell into cartooning, and timely topics and how they inspire him.


My second guest tonight will be my friend, pundit Jeff Dunetz.

The conservative voice from the People’s Republic of New York, Jeff Dunetz is a bit of a fish out of water: a New Yorker, a Jew, and a conservative.

Jeff DunetzJeff often mixes a dash of shpiel political theory, religion, and New York attitude in his political news and commentary which can be found at at his own sites, Lid Blog  and Lid’s Vids , at, and at his weekly political column in The Jewish Star.

Dunetz also hosts his own show, The Lid, every Wednesday at 2PM ET on SHR Media.

Jeff is hands down not only a seasoned political commentator, but truly one of the most knowledgeable writers concerning Israeli/American relations. And as most of my listeners have discovered, Jeff Dunetz is one very funny guy.

Listen in as Jeff and I discuss his latest columns: “Did North Korea Get Engine For Its New ICBM From Russia?,” “Kim Jung Un BLINKS! Backs Off Of Guam Threats,” and more.

Follow A.F. Branco on Twitter at @afbranco , Jeff Dunetz on Twitter at @yidwithlid, and me at @tamij AND tweet your questions/comments during the show using hashtag #tjrs.

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