Rich Terrell's cartoons can be found at AfterMath.
Describes Terrell about his new career, "Now retired from teaching high school economics and math (thus “AfterMath”) I turned my hand to Photoshop cartooning. My cartoons are unabashedly conservative. This conservatism comes from experience as much as from studying conservative philosophers and economists like Hayek, Smith, Sowell, Milton Friedman. Living in Berkeley , California for seventeen years cured me of any lingering illusions about liberalism. People’s Park alone stands as squalid witness to liberalism’s failure. I do, however, borrow from the radical Saul Alinsky one useful concept -- the importance of mocking the opposition."