Heretic, Rebel, a Thing to Flout

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Once Upon a Time Before the Internet…

Note: Thanks to the stellar service of ATT, cursed be their corporate person hood, internet service at the World Wide Headquarters of Heretic, Rebel, a Thing to Flout has been down a week.   Allegedly

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Bible research Writers internet Library Time magazine Atlas Book of LIsts Dictionary Encyclopedia newspapers Oxford History of the American People Reference books style book World Almanac

Treasured Windows to be Rededicated at Tree of Life UU Congregation

All nine faith tradition windows are displayed a top this gazebo like structure in the Tree of Life Fellowship room. The Tree of Life Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 5603 Bull Valley Road in McHe

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McHenry Illinois Tree of Life Unitarian Universalist Congregation Pam Lopatin stained glass widows Kevin DeBeck Debbie Vigor Dedication faith traditions Jake Lazzaraq Rev. Emily Davis Vimala Bhikkumi

Gully Washer No Damper on Labor Day Celebration in Woodstock

The fourth annual Labor Day Celebration on Woodstock Square got under way despite threatening clouds.  One of several photos I will use here by Steve Stukenberg since my cell phone camera shots turned

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Patrick Murfin Woodstock Square Kristina Zahorik Carlos Acosta Jim May Keith Johnson Labor Day Celebration Kathleen Spaltro Lauren Underwood Robert Rosenberg Kathryn Porter

My 2016 Celebrate Labor Day Speech in Woodstock—The Working Class Virtue of Solidarity

Note:   This is excerpted from the prepared text for my keynote speech at the Celebrate Labor Day event on Woodstock Square in 2016.   While some references may be dated—this was before the 2016 elect

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speech Patrick Murfin Woodstock Square Labor Day Celebration The Working Class Virtue of Solidarity. Solidarity Forever Ralph Chaplin

Cross-Eyed Editor Gave Birth to Sensation Mongering—and Modern Newspapers

James Gordon Bennett, the cross-eyed publisher in 1851. James Gordon Bennett, Sr. , born this day in 1795 in Newmill, Banffshire, Scotland, was so cross-eyed that one acquaintance said, “when he looke

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Abraham Lincoln democrats Civil War Scotland Whigs scandal Helen Jewett James Gordon Bennett Jr James Gordon Bennett Sr Know Nothings New York Herald Paris Herald New York Herald Tribune