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  • Blowback on Mallard Fillmore comic strip

    Zoe Pohlman, 12, took issue with the conservative comic artist's portrayal of rescue dogs, so she wrote a letter asking him to be more sensitive and better-informed. Bruce Tinsley, Mallard's creator, says no harm intended.

Zoe Pohlman, 12, took issue with the conservative comic artist's portrayal of rescue dogs, so she wrote a letter asking him to be more sensitive and better-informed. Bruce Tinsley, Mallard's creator, says no harm intended. Josh Shaffer jshaffer@newsobserver.com
Zoe Pohlman, 12, took issue with the conservative comic artist's portrayal of rescue dogs, so she wrote a letter asking him to be more sensitive and better-informed. Bruce Tinsley, Mallard's creator, says no harm intended. Josh Shaffer jshaffer@newsobserver.com

A 12-year-old dog lover takes on ‘Mallard Fillmore’ – and it’s not about politics

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