Don't miss these helpful hints to improve the workings of the United States government and the privately owned, Federal Reserve System. Somebody from the Federal Reserve System actually took to heart the suggestion we surreptitiously stuffed into the FED's suggestion box next to our local unemployment office.
Archive for February 2012
We Hold These Truths founders Chuck Carlson and Tom Compton talk about the Occupy AIPAC protest in Washington, D.C. and a WHTT vigil to be held at a large Christian Zionist church in the D.C. area. Challenging Christian Zionists, who support wars in the Middle East to protect Israel, is just as important as challenging the very powerful, Israeli lobby, American Israel Public Affairs Committee, who is pressing the US to go to war against Iran.
Our resident, unpaid satirist, Tom Compton, strikes again with a tongue in cheek look at the un-Christ-like beliefs of Christian Zionists and Angry Evangelicals who only seem to care for the modern state of Israel, no matter what it does to the Palestinians that live within its borders. This piece was written after the deadly attack on Gaza by Israel in Dec., 2008 that lasted 22 days and resulted in the deaths of over 1300 people including over 300 children.
It looks like war against Iran may have to wait until after a war against Syria is started. Join Charles E. Carlson for our behind the headlines analysis of the events unfolding for another US war to spread "freedom" and "democracy." Yes, Martha, we do need to keep our military/industrial complex firing on all eight cylinders. After all, aren't wars good for the economy? Never mind what General Smedley Butler said, "War Is A Racket!"
We Hold These Truths' founder, Charles Carlson was interviewed by Tom Sunic on the Voice of Reason radio show, The Sunic Journal. This interview gives a history of We Hold These Truths and our mission to challenge and change Christian Zionists.
As Israel and the US beat the drums for war, we pause to discuss the detention of Palestinians in Gaza by Israel. Also, we stop and visit the good life being enjoyed by Federal Reserve System executives.