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10 Past Evils that Small Government Failed to Stop

[This is an excerpt from the book, “Rescuing Religion from Republican Reason”] As I stated previously, I worked in corporate sales for 18 years. There are things I think I know, and there are things I know indisputably. What I know indisp...
by Politically Moderate Christian on Mar 18, 2016

"Our Work is Never Done" by Jim Kuemmerle and the Triangle Jazz Project

On March 25, 1911, a fire broke out at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in Manhattan. Because of inadequate safety precautions, 146 workers were killed, who were primarily young, female, immigrants. Rosey Safran, a worker who survived the fire recall...
by Spoony's Music Diary on Mar 22, 2011

Win a Digital Copy of Triangle Shirtwaist Jazz Project!

A few weeks ago, I wrote about a new jazz album being released by Jim Kuemmerle. in honor of the centennial of the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire. He has generously given a digital copy of the album to be raffled off here at Spoony's Music Diary. Here's ho...
by Spoony's Music Diary on Mar 11, 2011

Detour from the Diary: Triangle Shirtwaist Jazz Project (First Thoughts)

On March 25, 1911 the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York City caught fire from an ignited scrap container, killing 146 workers. The victims were overwhelmingly young, female, working-class, and immigrants."They jumped with their clothing ablaze,...
by Spoony's Music Diary on Feb 5, 2011

Detour from the Diary: Triangle Shirtwaist Jazz Project (First Thoughts)

On March 25, 1911 the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York City caught fire from an ignited scrap container, killing 146 workers. The victims were overwhelmingly young, female, working-class, and immigrants."They jumped with their clothing ablaze,...
by Spoony's Music Diary on Feb 5, 2011


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