On March 3, 2020, Super Tuesday, 15 U.S. States and Territories cast their primary ballots for President of the United States. For the Democrats, one thousand three hundred and forty four delegates are up for grabs, more than a third of all the delegates in the primary contest. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders enters the […]
Ted Rall’s cartoons, published for years in the Los Angeles Times, ticked off high-profile people on all portions of the political spectrum — a sure sign, for a political cartoonist, that you are doing your job correctly. When one of Rall’s cartoons ticked off the Los Angeles Police Department, however, Rall soon found himself out […]
The last time The 8 O’Clock Buzz featured cartoonist Ted Rall was June of 2016. That was only eight months ago, but the world is already a very different place.Last June, Donald Trump had only just secured the Republican nomination, most pundits believed the Donald would soon descend into irrelevancy and Rall’s graphic novel biography, […]
Many a head of state, corporate honcho or municipal police chief has felt the sting of cartoonist Ted Rall’s razor-sharp pen. After getting fired from his LA Times gig because he ticked off the LAPD, Rall took a breather to write about two people he actually admires: NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and U.S. Senator from […]
Is leaving Afghanistan now nearly as bad an idea as occupying it in the first place? Would the U.S. have gone to war had 9/11 never occurred? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
On the first day of the Pledge Drive, Mike Moon interviewed Ted Rall on his new work “The Book of Obama: From Hope and Change to the Age of Revolt.” Publication Date: May 22, 2012 Ted Rall expresses the disillusionment felt by the left as Obama’s first term draws to an end and campaigns […]