Monthly Archives: October 2011

Cardinals Win 2011 World Series: The Greatest Organisation in US Sports’ History

In this improbable dream, the beloved, adored and historically glorious St. Louis Cardinals won the World Series. They did not do it with swagger. They did not do it with high-fives and gloating when a fellow athlete sustained a concussion … Continue reading

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AFL-CIO and American Federation of Teachers Support St Xavier Adjunct Unionisation with Amici Brief: See Full Text

AAUP 1940 Statement of Principles on Academic Freedom and Tenure cited by AFL-CIO in amicus brief. The American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations has come a long way from its racist, white only, skilled only, craft only approach to … Continue reading

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Historians Protest War Criminal Dr Henry Kissinger New York Historical Society Gala

I strongly endorse the actions of those who are protesting this elite monster’s continued privileged status in America. I endorse those who remain outraged at Dr Kissinger’s repeated violations of international humanitarian law, the laws of war and even American … Continue reading

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St Xavier University Former CFO Susan Piros Caught Looting over 850K.

See and click on Latest Development: Sentenced forty-two months in prison. U. S. Department of Justice United States Attorney Northern District of Illinois Patrick J. Fitzgerald Federal Building United States Attorney 219 South Dearborn Street, Fifth Floor Chicago, Illinois 60604 … Continue reading

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Allman Brothers Ersatz Cover Cardinal Magic and World Series in YouTube Video

“I was born a Cardinal fan” video proclaims the latest magical mystery tour as the St Louis team pursues another World Series championship against the Texas Rangers. What we are witnessing is the greatest sports organisation in American history. The … Continue reading

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Michelle Malkin, I am not a punk

Michelle Malkin a right-wing, virulent anti-people reactionary stated that only “punks” were engaged in Occupy Wall Street and related protests sweeping the United States in this fall of our discontent. She made that pejorative and egregious attack as a frequent contributor to … Continue reading

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Stuttering, Academic Freedom and the Elizabeth Snyder-Philip Garber Case

The New York Times has published two articles involving a history instructor and a student at a community college, County College of Morris in Randolph, New Jersey. A tenth grade precocious high-school student Philip Garber Jr matriculated in a history … Continue reading

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Support the Growing Anti-Capitalist People’s Revolution in America: Support Socialism, Support Freedom!!

This critique of capitalism was printed in 1911 by The Industrial Worker, “the voice of revolutionary labor” newspaper of the radical labor union Industrial Workers of the World.  From Karl Marx Blog Karl Marx (1818-1883) was frequently ridiculed when I … Continue reading

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