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Alice Embree :
Remembering Richard Jehn

Richard Jehn, 1950-2016, was the founding editor of ‘The Rag Blog’ in May 2006. By Alice Embree | The Rag Blog | November 28, 2016 Richard Jehn, founding editor of The Rag Blog, passed away on November 2, 2016, at … finish reading Alice Embree :
Remembering Richard Jehn

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Richard Jehn :
Violence, racism, and fundamentally changing
the United States

My specific proposal is to include explicit curriculum in our schools to teach the truth of our past. Seventy-seven years ago, civil rights activist and poet Langston Hughes wrote his chilling poem “Kids Who Die” to illuminate the horrors of … finish reading Richard Jehn :
Violence, racism, and fundamentally changing
the United States

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Richard D. Jehn : Moving Through the End of Growth

Transformation time. Image from Fluxed Up World.Moving through the end of growthand the collapse of the U.S. as we know it Welcome to the New World. By Richard D. Jehn | The Rag Blog | January 10, 2012 Although my … finish reading Richard D. Jehn : Moving Through the End of Growth

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POETRY / Richard Jehn: All the Colour

Truck Road, Welcome, Washington. Photo by author. Click to enlarge.All the Colour Driving through a cavern of colour, Unwittingly watching my life change as the leaves. For all the times I drove that highandlowway, Never did I see it so … finish reading POETRY / Richard Jehn: All the Colour

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‘We Filled a Lot of Space Together’ – G.W. Bush

When I decided to post this, I thought I would label it with the term ‘humor,’ but realised I just couldn’t bring myself to do it. There’s nothing even remotely humourous about these quotations from President Junior. They’re absolutely disheartening. … finish reading ‘We Filled a Lot of Space Together’ – G.W. Bush

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Revolting Repression Runs Rampant with Sheeple

Here is a blatant, repellent example of censorship in the wolf-suit of patriotism. The call to participate in the Ferndale, MI Memorial Day parade called for no political signs. The respondent to this announcement is Peter Werbe, an activist and … finish reading Revolting Repression Runs Rampant with Sheeple

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The Little Oven, Port Angeles, Washington

My buddy Cora and I both started working at a little manufacturing plant in Port Angeles on exactly the same day, 3 May 2006. We got to know each other because we were relegated to sitting in the foyer while … finish reading The Little Oven, Port Angeles, Washington

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Singin’ on Sunday – Connie Evingson

Connie Evingson and Pearl Django at Jazz Alley in Seattle, 30 April 2008.Photo by Richard JehnI was in Seattle a couple of weeks ago at the tail end of a wonderful trip to Austin to meet up with all the … finish reading Singin’ on Sunday – Connie Evingson

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The On-Going Battle Over What Seattle Will Be

There was an article in the Seattle Times last October about the transformation of the area around south Lake Union. I was visiting for a little big city culture, and I could see from the hotel window all the cranes … finish reading The On-Going Battle Over What Seattle Will Be

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A Review of the Republican Tarot – R. Jehn

The Pictorial Key to the Republican Tarot: A ReviewBy Richard Jehn / The Rag Blog When Mariann Wizard first began mentioning her book in the works, I didn’t think I would ever find much impetus to acquire and read it. … finish reading A Review of the Republican Tarot – R. Jehn

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