The working class faces the task of coming to grips with the pseudo-left parties and national union bureaucracies that sit atop it and politically strangle it.
Tag Archives: 19° Century
Is Trumpism This Generation’s Version of the Confederacy?
Originally posted on Left of Left:
Today’s GOP, under Trumpism, is as real a threat to the survival of our republic as was the 1860’s Confederacy and reflects a worldview grounded in the white supremacy of the American south By Thom Hartmann Image by?Pete Linforth?from?Pixabay Donald Trump?promoted?a modern Civil War in America this week on…
The Quakers and the Underground Railroad
Originally posted on Gifford MacShane, Author:
You’ve heard about the Underground Railroad in the southern coastal states, and Harriet Tubman’s and Frederick Douglass’s heroism in aiding slaves escape to the northeastern states and Canada. The Railroad actually had several distinct routes to freedom, as shown on this map from National Geographic. The branch on the…
A local nonprofit, based in West Chester and started by Quaker abolitionists in the early 1800s
There are very few organizations of any kind that can say they have served the community for 200 years. A local nonprofit, based in West Chester and started by Quaker abolitionists in the early 1800s, Friends Association for Care & Protection of Children is celebrating its 200th anniversary this year, and remains strong today, committedContinue reading “A local nonprofit, based in West Chester and started by Quaker abolitionists in the early 1800s”
Why I’m Here
Originally posted on In the Thicket:
The SBC is in crisis. That’s not hyperbole, that’s not being overdramatic, that is fact. The denomination is facing it’s biggest threat ever, bigger than the conservative resurgence of the 80s. It needs prayer. Since my last post, two letters written by Russell Moore were leaked detailing his investigation…
The genocide and abuse of human rights in Southern Cameroon is a barbaric crime
Europe must not forget its colonial past and must bear its responsibility for the consequences that the population has to endure in the process of reforming that independence. For example, Great Britain must ensure that inhumane conditions and violations of human rights in Cameroon and Ambezonia, are resolved and punished, and must provide assistance to the local population so that they have no reason to flee their country.
Traditional News Turns into The Journalism We Know Now
Originally posted on The News: Journalism or Gossip:
Reference the articles below about gossip and journalism separately and their place in the news world. Our world has slowly changed from the traditional black and white newspapers towards multimedia platforms. Not only has the point of view shifted but how it is presented is the most…
News that’s fit to print
Not all news or events are worthy to be publicised or to receive an article in the press. We continually have to investigate the value of stories that come to us and should depend for our newsgathering on independent writers and papers.
John Gossner teaching spiritual life came not from church but from God
As a young Catholic priest, educated at the University of Dillingen, in Germany late in the 1790s, Johannes Evangelista Gossner also known as John Gossner, longed for a Christianity that would make him alive. He began to teach others what he had learned from Johann Michael Sailer of the Society of Jesus and Martin Boos, whoContinue reading “John Gossner teaching spiritual life came not from church but from God”
Who are the Christadelphians
Base for a community Since the day Jesus got followers, there were serious people who loved to follow everything Jesus told them to belief and to do. Many of them had to bring a lot of changes to their life, which was not always received kindly by family and friends. But they found it moreContinue reading “Who are the Christadelphians”