Bruce Tinsley is the creator of the King Features syndicated strip 'Mallard Fillmore'. The series is about a conservative reporter-duck. Tinsley created the character as a mascot for the entertainment section of The Daily Progress. However, the editors didn't like Tinsley's conservative bias, so he was fired. Luckily, the Washington Times allowed Tinsley to continue the series in its commentary section and later its comics pages. The strip is now distributed by King Features to 400 newspapers throughout the USA.
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