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It has never been a secret that the magic ingredient that makes SXSW work is Austin

Louis Black, Feb. 25, 2005

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The capricious, political use of recall and referendum perverts and endangers the idea of our constitutional republic

Louis Black, Feb. 18, 2005

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SXSW 2005 looms on the horizon

Louis Black, Feb. 11, 2005

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It's time to celebrate the coming of South by Southwest and think about how we're going to pay for our roads

Louis Black, Feb. 4, 2005

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The vision of a healthy, dynamic, impressively powerful country having a tortured, ongoing internal dialogue about its actions serves to inspire rather than discourage dreams

Louis Black, Jan. 28, 2005

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The unprecedented outcry over toll roads ignores a larger problem: We want more government services than we can pay for

Louis Black, Jan. 21, 2005

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The perception that the liberal elite mocks the rest of the country and holds its values up to ridicule is probably critical to the whole positioning of moral values as a national issue. And it is only perception.

Louis Black, Jan. 14, 2005

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Gratitude and goodbye to Will Eisner, whose comic 'The Spirit' is the epitome of great American art

Louis Black, Jan. 7, 2005

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A tainted prayer for the new year

Louis Black, Dec. 31, 2004

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Acting as if God partakes in partisan or national politics is a display of blasphemy, not faith

Louis Black, Dec. 24, 2004

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A series of shifts: Mike Clark-Madison departs, our redesign winds up, and 'Page Two' tries to find joy while democracy crumbles

Louis Black, Dec. 17, 2004

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The old political labels don't quite fit, but new ones have not yet evolved

Louis Black, Dec. 10, 2004

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The touchy, touch Republicans have become the party of make-believe

Louis Black, Dec. 3, 2004

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The right's most troubling victory may be its brilliant subversion of the language of political debate

Louis Black, Nov. 26, 2004

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Boston '69 revisited

Louis Black, Nov. 19, 2004

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Forget the middle ground: Why don't the progressives take over the Democratic Party and make a real fight of this thing?

John Sayles, Nov. 12, 2004

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Tomorrow, we fight; today, we mourn

Louis Black, Nov. 5, 2004

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At their best, our 2004 endorsements take a stand, but invite readers to agree or disagree with their reasoning

Louis Black, Oct. 29, 2004

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A functioning democracy is a very hard thing to love, and even harder to trust

Louis Black, Oct. 22, 2004

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The mainstreaming of extremism

Louis Black, Oct. 8, 2004

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State reps Jack Stick and Todd Baxter deserve their very own 'Best of Austin' category

Louis Black, Oct. 1, 2004

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Here in filmtown, 'Slacker' is on DVD (finally) and 'Louisiana Boys' is on 'SXSW Presents.' Meanwhile, despite the lack of a Hussein connection, the Iraq war is a triumph for the 9 / 11 terrorists and their co-conspirators.

Louis Black, Sept. 24, 2004

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Steve Earle brings Townes Van Zandt's ghost along on Silver City's magical mystery tour; it hangs around for the Toronto Film Festival

Louis Black, Sept. 17, 2004

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SXSW Presents – a new series on KLRU that features beginning, independent documentaries – is the latest development in the vibrant Austin film scene

Louis Black, Sept. 10, 2004

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In the beginning, we kept the Chronicle going mostly out of sheer perversity and stubbornness; 23 years later, it looks like there was more to it than that

Louis Black, Sept. 3, 2004

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The real truth about (Hurricane) Charley, and the charmed life of President Bush

Louis Black, Aug. 27, 2004

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A First Amendment primer for Alex Jones' faithful and others in need

Louis Black, Aug. 20, 2004

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Our mission to engage readers, excite debate, and reimagine the 'Chronicle' is ongoing; our new online forum is the latest step

Louis Black, Aug. 13, 2004

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The reason that we can even discuss such a thing as the Austin film industry is not limited to names you most often hear associated with it

Nick Barbaro, Aug. 6, 2004

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Democrat love is in the air – even in Texas

Nick Barbaro, July 30, 2004

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