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The Ultimate Ruler

Again, don’t expect me to say anything original about the election in this blog post. So many bloggers, teachers and pastors (including my pastor in his sermon this past Sunday) have already made it clear that God is sovereign. 633 more words

Christian Doctrine

Ghost Stories

Practically the only ghosts at VMI are First Classmen in good standing and with a full tank of gas. Because VMI’s history as an armory, and as a source of military personnel – some of whom were killed in action – and accidents, VMI takes on a dark cast whenever the sun goes down. 759 more words


This day in History: Oct. 27

By Mickey King

  • The first of the Federalist Papers; written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay were published in the New York Independent under the pen name “Publius.”
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Muncy Historical Society hosts juried exhibition of fine arts made in Pennsylvania

The highly anticipated juried exhibition of Fine Arts in Pennsylvania returns to Muncy, courtesy of Muncy Historical Society.  The show will feature some of the most talented artists in Pennsylvania whose works are exhibited and collected nationally. 881 more words


Double Your Money – Part Ten

John Sadlier (1813 – 1856)

Dickens’ Mr Merdle (Little Dorrit) and Trollope’s Augustus Melmotte (The Way We Live Now) are larger than life literary characters, the epitome of all that was wrong and evil with the Victorian capitalist system. 572 more words