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 […]