Most Read
Image 01 Image 02 Image 03

Search

The right to be offended is the foundation of our democracy. And the blogosphere. Thanks to reader Amy, who writes: I’m vacationing in Washington state, but here in the agricultural area of the Yakima valley, people are more conservative than the liberal coast–and it shows....

From reader Nate, sent on May 13: I’m a regular reader of your blog, and love the bumper sticker page. Here is my contribution. Yesterday was the gay pride march in Northampton, MA which made for great opportunities for bumper sticker photos. Sure enough, here...

Any excuse for the link. I’m getting an increasing number of bumper stickers from suprised Californians. From reader Georgette, who writes: Even in California!

New reader Kathy just sent me the motherload of bumper sticker photos. She’s been taking photos for over two years. Here is the first of them taken in High Springs, FL, with her message: I came across you web site and have been enjoying the...

The worst Bumper Sticker of the Year competition was almost as tough as the Best Bumper Sticker of the Year competition.  Thanks again to those who made nominations. Not surprisingly, it was dominated by various forms of Derangement Syndrome. 1st Place – “Tea Party” sounds so...

The choice for Best Bumper Sticker of the Year was a tough one. I appreciate the nominations from readers. My choice came down to which bumper sticker most concisely and vividly reflected my mood and the mood of Legal Insurrection readers. Here are the results: 1st Place...

After a week of A Rising Tide angry bumper stickers, it’s nice to get back to basics. Sent by reader Carol, who writes: Seen in Danbury CT – looked brand new! Go back and listen to his farewell speech, not only for his words of...

But today is not a work day, so we should be okay.  And it’s a good thing the driver is from Maine and not Tennessee. Personally, I’m against profanity on bumper stickers.  Children could be watching. So I would have used the following wording instead: ...

Not just this book. Sent by reader and photographer Bob who writes: In über-liberal Seattle, this is a brave act of insurrection. People here are real jerks about their liberalism.

The Citizens United case weighs very, very heavily on their minds and their bumpers. Spotted in Ithaca today: ——————————————–Related Posts:Bumper Stickers – The Series Follow me on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTubeVisit the Legal Insurrection Shop on CafePress!

The view on a reader’s street in Ohio: ——————————————–Related Posts:Bumper Stickers – The Series Follow me on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTubeVisit the Legal Insurrection Shop on CafePress!

Spotted in Ithaca a couple of months ago, and saved for a special occasion.  I’ll let you enlarge it, if you must: ——————————————–Related Posts:Bumper Stickers – The Series Follow me on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTubeVisit the Legal Insurrection Shop on CafePress!

Taken in late November by a reader in Tampa, Florida.  I’m pretty sure this guy does not want anyone touching his junk: ——————————————–Related Posts:Bumper Stickers – The Series Follow me on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTubeVisit the Legal Insurrection Shop on CafePress!

Thanks to a reader for this photo taken in St. Petersburg, FL, earlier this week: I almost missed the most important part of the photo, which would cause heads to explode: It would be worth it, just to see the reaction.  And if they won...

Taken by a reader in Clinton, CT, around Thanksgiving: ——————————————–Related Posts:Bumper Stickers – The Series Follow me on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTubeVisit the Legal Insurrection Shop on CafePress!

Taken by reader Rich at a Wal-Mart parking lot near Tampa in late October: ——————————————–Related Posts:Bumper Stickers – The Series Follow me on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube

Taken by reader Thomas in Portland, Oregon: Don’t stare at it too long, you’ll go blind. Contest: Be the first person to post a comment pointing out something about this photo which relates to one of my prior bumper sticker posts. ——————————————–Related Posts:Bumper Stickers – The Series Follow...