I had intended to post the full text of the Glass-Steagall Act...but it won't properly format, and I do have things to do.
If you wish to read the full text of the Glass Stagall Act, you can do so here: https://archive.org/stream/FullTextTheGlass-steagallActA.k.a.TheBankingActOf1933/1933_01248_djvu.txt
$77 million dollars in counterfeit currency has made it into our financial system.
Were you aware of this?
Most of these faux bills are in the form of $100, which were revamped recently.
Nothing disappears from the internet.
To wit - this piece from Yochanan Gordon:
If it's good enough for the Daily News to use as a headline, it's good enough for my posting.
Let's begin with a quote misattributed to Voltaire:
I'm recovering from a pernicious bout of flu - this will be updated later with hyperlinks.
You may or may not have read that an early release was being weighed for the ultra-scumbag, Jonathan Jay Pollard, in exchange for ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.
There was an op-ed piece in the Sunday edition of the New York Times in which a puff piece was printed.
This is my opinion, but it is shared with every true patriotic American, as well as our intelligence agencies.
LET THAT BASTARD ROT IN HIS JAIL CELL.
I mentioned once before, that I don't drink the Kool-Aid.
That doesn't mean that I don't pay attention to the ingredients:
The United States needs to be an honest broker in regards to affairs in the Middle East.
We are failing in that regard.
When one creates a vacuum, that vacuum does not persist - it is filled.
Isn't it interesting that most of the quaint sayings you and I have shared throughout the years all seem to have been turned on their heads?
For example, "Sticks and stones" should be a familiar refrain; yet there are those whose livelihoods have been taken from them for the simple utterance of contrary information. Take this letter to the Editor, Andrew Rosenthal, of the New York Times:
Before we get to the article in question, I'd like to throw a link your way: 911, Iraq, PNAC , All roads lead to Israel.
I do hope that we can have a constructive dialogue - pointing out facts should be received as exactly that.