Bad Policy, Bad Ethics: U.S. Military Bases Abroad
Military spending now accounts for 54% of discretionary spending in the entire federal budget ($599 billion of $1.1 trillion). Vine calculates that overseas bases account for anywhere between $71 – $120 billion of military spending. That is to say, bases abroad cost as much as four times the amount spent on Social Security, Unemployment & Labor ($29 billion); nearly twice as much as Housing and Community ($63 billion); four times as much as Science ($30 billion); and 1.7 times as much as Education ($70 billion).
Robert David Steele Vivas
Should Princeton disown Woodrow Wilson?
At Princeton and other colleges, historic symbols are targets of the racial justice movement.
ROBERT STEELE: If we renamed every building, monument, and road associated with every US leader responsible for crimes against humanity, we would have to rename ALL of them. Perhaps we should focus on the crimes against humanity being committed by the current US Administration? Or is that too hard for privileged kids looking to make a statement without having to lift a finger? I am all in favor of restitution (especially to our Native Americans) in the context of Truth & Reconciliation, but I’d rather get it right across the board, instead of this infantile crap. We need to restore integrity to our government — that means Electoral Reform, the election of an Independent President with a Coalition Cabinet, and the election of 20-30 small party and Independent Members to Congress so as to restore Article 1 of the Constitution. Anything less is a waste of time and energy.
5 Star Christianity is Fraud Subordinated to Empire, New Testament Written by Enemies of Jesus & Judaism
Unlike other books that gently question the Bible’s authenticity without challenging the Vatican or Protestant denominations outright, this book pounds a stake into the heart of Christianity with fatal effect. I’ve read and reviewed several of the books I refer to here at Amazon and I recommend them as context for this book; the below list is both books I have read and others in the same vein I have not.
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