Monthly Archives: April 2014
What do Palestinians, human rights workers, progressive Israelis, and Israeli settlers have to say about daily life in an occupied land? By Marilyn Katz | The Rag Blog | April 29, 2014 Part two of two. The international news coverage … finish reading :
Sipping lattes on the edge of a Volcano
Remembering those who died on the job and continuing the fight for a safer workplace. By Harry Targ | The Rag Blog | April 28, 2014 The stench is vomit-making as never before. The fat and plucks, the bladders and … finish reading :
Workers’ Memorial Day: What is needed?
In only five seasons the show garnered numerous awards and nominations, and the cast went on to many other fine TV achievements. By Alan Waldman | The Rag Blog | April 28, 2014 [In his weekly column, Alan Waldman reviews … finish reading :
‘Cold Feet’ was engaging British dramedy about the triumphs and tribulations of three couples
Cartoon by Joshua Brown | The Rag Blog | April 27, 2014 [Joshua Brown is the executive director of the Center for Media and Learning/American Social History Project, The Graduate Center, The City University of New York, and is a … finish reading :
POLITICAL CARTOON | Commencement speeches we wish we’d hear
Kerrville was a great vision that all of us involved in Texas music shared, but — ironically — one that only someone of Rod’s unique talents as an impresario could actualize. By Bobby Bridger | The Rag Blog | April … finish reading :
My relationship with Rod Kennedy in four acts
/> METRO | Exclusive Bruce Melton report on critical sea level rise at Padre Island leading to significant beach loss.
Sea level rise is accelerating. At some point, our barrier islands will cross a disintegration threshold and begin to disappear. Because every mile of every beach is created differently, we will see some beaches begin to suffer sooner than others. … finish reading METRO REPORT | Bruce Melton : Critical sea level rise on Padre Island
The right to armed self-defense of civil rights workers in the 1960s has been parodied by white right-wing racists defending themselves against the ‘tyranny’ of a federal government run by a black man. By Ed Felien | The Rag Blog … finish reading :
Rap Brown said it: ‘Violence is as American as cherry pie’