Be Not Afraid

Across the globe, May Day is Worker’s Day, a celebration of Labor forged in what may well be the first Big Idea that transcended national boundaries.  In the USofA, we made sure our Labor Day was insulated by all of summer from this idea because it was so troublesome.  Marxism, Communism, and all of the various isms that make up this Big Idea have their day everywhere but here.  For all of the trouble they gave us this seems almost quaint in today’s world.

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