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US Forfeits Moral High Ground…ISIS Beheads, US Tortures, Christians Silent

US Forfeits Moral High Ground…ISIS Beheads, US Tortures, Christians Silent

December 30, 2014
A common beTorture-US-01.jpglief held by Americans is that the United States' claimed exceptional-ism, demands their unconditional support for its serial wars.  Thus, challenging the constitutionality or morality of these wars has become an unthinkable act to most, conditioned Americans.  With the release of the Senate Intelligence Committee's report on torture, directed from the highest levels of the US government, perhaps, more Americans will wake up to the crimes committed by our leaders, and demand peace and justice.  In this podcast, Chuck Carlson discusses an in-depth article, "Why Does America Torture?" by Professor Alan Gilbert of the Denver University School of International Relations.
War on ISIS & Evaporating Bonanza From Fracking Shale Oil

War on ISIS & Evaporating Bonanza From Fracking Shale Oil

December 23, 2014
The enormous $War-Aghanistan-01.jpg1tn bill for the 13-year Afghan conflict, which has never been detailed by the government, will add to the pervasive scepticism about the war in the US. ©Reuters

In this podcast, Chuck Carlson reviews his article, "War on ISIS & Evaporating Bonanza From Fracking Shale Oil" and reveals the far ranging consequences of the war based economy of the United States.

Israel’s Bond Scam In The USA

Israel’s Bond Scam In The USA

December 20, 2014
Here's a fascinating, yet overlooked, story about Israel's move to get state governments to approve their dollar denominated Israel bonds.  Chuck Carlson, founder of We Hold These Truths, and a former stockbroker has uncovered some startling revelations about how risky these Israeli investment schemes are.  To explore the issue in depth, here are some additional articles and podcasts by Chuck.
The Tower of Babel & The Formation of Languages

The Tower of Babel & The Formation of Languages

December 18, 2014
Evolutionists claim that languages evolved from a common language.  The most prominent linguist of the 20th Century, Noam Chomsky says that language could not have evolved because of a phenomenon known as irreducible complexity.  In this fascinating presentation by Ron Moe, a lexicographer and linguistic consultant, the biblical story of the Tower of Babel and the formation of languages is revisited with some very interesting insights and conclusions.  Ron Moe's most significant accomplishment during his career is the development of a revolutionary word collection method that dramatically shortens the time to create dictionaries for spoken only languages.  

Corn For Food, Not Ethanol Fuel

Corn For Food, Not Ethanol Fuel

December 15, 2014
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This two minute video, produced by Corn For Food Not Fuel, explains how our nation's policy of burning corn in our gas tanks is causing an increase in the price of meat and poultry at the grocery store.
And, the use of corn ethanol for fuel doesn't make sense for environmental reasons, either.  For more detailed analysis on the ethanol issue check out these resources: 1. Articles by Chuck Carlson: Ethanol and Starvation; 2. Podcasts by Chuck Carlson: Ethanol; 3. "It's Final - Corn Ethanol Is of No Use," James Conca, Forbes, 4/20/2014

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