Tag Archives: Rag Bloggers

Kerstin Johansson :
METRO EVENT | People’s Climate March at State Capitol on Trump’s 100th Day

By Kerstin Johansson | The Rag Blog | April 25, 2017 Event: Austin People’s Climate March & Rally Dates: Saturday, April 29, 2017, 1-3:30 p.m. Where: Texas State Capital, 1100 Congress Ave., Austin Sponsors: Austin People’s Climate Mobilization, 350 Austin, … finish reading Kerstin Johansson :
METRO EVENT | People’s Climate March at State Capitol on Trump’s 100th Day

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Harry Targ :
The neocons, the humanitarian interventionists, and the new Trump

His foreign policy combines the worst aspects of the two factions of the foreign policy establishment. By Harry Targ | The Rag Blog | April 19, 2017 Although most progressives preferred a Hillary Clinton victory in the 2016 election, strong … finish reading Harry Targ :
The neocons, the humanitarian interventionists, and the new Trump

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Carlos Rumbaut :
VERSE | Republic

  Republic We are the public. As in public health and public education. As in public parks and public transportation. Public safety, public libraries, public funding for the arts, public assistance, public discourse, public outcry and public demonstrations. We are … finish reading Carlos Rumbaut :
VERSE | Republic

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Alan Waldman :
TELEVISION | ‘Marcella’ is a twisty 8-part U.K. mystery from a popular Swedish writer

Anna Friel is a female detective with memory problems who suspects she may have killed her husband’s lover. By Alan Waldman | The Rag Blog | April 8, 2017 [In his Rag Blog column, Alan Waldman reviews some of his … finish reading Alan Waldman :
TELEVISION | ‘Marcella’ is a twisty 8-part U.K. mystery from a popular Swedish writer

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Glenn Scott :
THEATER | Gregg Barrios’ delightful ‘I-DJ’ was first play to be featured at Texas Book Festival

‘I-DJ’ is a head-nodding, toe-tapping dance through Chicano and LGBT history. By Glenn Scott | The Rag Blog | March 10, 2017 Author, poet, and playwright Gregg Barrios has broken many sound barriers in his life and career, and he … finish reading Glenn Scott :
THEATER | Gregg Barrios’ delightful ‘I-DJ’ was first play to be featured at Texas Book Festival

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Lamar W. Hankins :
The ‘unvarnished truth’ of President Trump

Texas Congressman Lamar Smith to constituents: Ignore traditional sources and get your news from President Trump. By Lamar W. Hankins | The Rag Blog | February 26, 2017 “Better to get your news directly from the president. In fact, it … finish reading Lamar W. Hankins :
The ‘unvarnished truth’ of President Trump

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Alice Embree :
METRO EVENT | DSA to screen ‘She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry’ at the Alamo

By Alice Embree | The Rag Blog | February 17, 2017 Event: Screening of  ‘She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry’ Dates: Wednesday, March 8, 2017, 7 p.m. Where: Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar Address: 1120 South Lamar Blvd., Austin, TX 78704 AUSTIN … finish reading Alice Embree :
METRO EVENT | DSA to screen ‘She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry’ at the Alamo

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Thorne Dreyer; Alan Pogue, James Retherford,
and Nathalia Ochoa
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STORY & PHOTO GALLERY | Austin takes to the streets

Spirited resistance movement sparks hope amid the fear and loathing. By Thorne Dreyer | The Rag Blog | February 17, 2017 Gallery of photography by Alan Pogue, James Retherford, and Nathalia Ochoa, below. AUSTIN — As we suffer through the … finish reading Thorne Dreyer; Alan Pogue, James Retherford,
and Nathalia Ochoa
:
STORY & PHOTO GALLERY | Austin takes to the streets

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Thorne Dreyer :
RAG RADIO PODCASTS | Susan Rittereiser & Mike Miller; Medea Benjamin & Col. Ann Wright; George Lakey; Philip Russell; and Paul Spike & Bobby Byrd

We talk Austin movie houses, Trump’s ‘foreign policy,’ the success of ‘Viking Economics,’ the failed presidency of Mexico’s Peña Nieto, and the murder of Robert Spike. Interviews by Thorne Dreyer | The Rag Blog | February 17, 2017 The following … finish reading Thorne Dreyer :
RAG RADIO PODCASTS | Susan Rittereiser & Mike Miller; Medea Benjamin & Col. Ann Wright; George Lakey; Philip Russell; and Paul Spike & Bobby Byrd

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David P. Hamilton :
The French presidential election: Does the Left have a shot?

The central electoral issue is, who will win the opportunity to beat Le Pen in the runoff? By David P. Hamilton | The Rag Blog | February 16, 2017 In the wake of the disastrous term in office of “Socialist” … finish reading David P. Hamilton :
The French presidential election: Does the Left have a shot?

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Ben Hirsch :
What is Tom Brady, and why does it matter?

The Brady-as-an-underdog tale has got to be one of the most dubious American sports myths. By Ben Hirsch | The Rag Blog | February 15, 2017 I was 11 years old and lived in Hull, Massachusetts, a suburb on the … finish reading Ben Hirsch :
What is Tom Brady, and why does it matter?

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James McEnteer :
VERSE | Mourning Again in America

                        Mourning Again in America “I could never throw roses to Hitler” * Or shake Henry Kissinger’s hand Or embrace a place whose bombs leave children Bleeding to death … finish reading James McEnteer :
VERSE | Mourning Again in America

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