Tag Archives: Charles Whitman
The last war on U.S. soil ended in 1848, unless you count the NRA v. common sense. By Steve Russell | The Rag Blog | December 11, 2017 Steve Russell wrote the following article for The Rag Blog as a … finish reading :
Is gun violence our manifest destiny?
Mass shootings of the innocent are commonplace now. But Charles Whitman, the Texas Tower sniper, shocked the nation’s psyche. By Jeff Shero Nightbyrd | The Rag Blog | March 29, 2016 With introduction by Thorne Dreyer On August 1, 1966, … finish reading :
METRO | Deep in the heart of Texas: The guns
Whitman survivor Claire Wilson James said, ‘It was so important to me that a student group organized this event, and that a younger generation is carrying these stories forward.’ By Alice Embree | The Rag Blog | August 4, 2014 … finish reading METRO | Alice Embree : A moving memorial for the victims of the UT Tower shootings
Claire Wilson James and John Woods at the KOOP studios in Austin, Texas, April 5, 2013. Photo by Thorne Dreyer / The Rag Blog. Rag Radio podcast:Anti-gun violence activistsJohn Woods and Claire Wilson James John’s girlfriend was killed at Virginia … finish reading RAG RADIO / Thorne Dreyer : Anti-Gun Violence Activists John Woods & Claire Wilson James