Does anyone care about big banks and corruption?
Greg Palast is a British journalist. He focuses on super wealthy individuals whose activities are considered racketeering and who are considered criminals in Europe and other countries.
However, the Supreme Court in the United States gives immunity to these charges and considers them job creators.
Mr. Koch is one Mitt Romney funder with millions of dollars pushing his presidential election. “The Koch Brothers Exposed” is a recent DVD release. Paul Singer of Brooklyn, N.Y., was discovered buying off top leaders in Zambia and the Congo in Africa of AIDS funding provided by the United States and other countries. Billions of dollars have been stolen and allowed to fund right wing candidates through the Supreme Court decision nearly two years ago.
These people are exposed in another DVD titled “Why We Occupy.” Another DVD is out called “Billionaires and Ballot Bandits.” One can Google information on these three informative visual media.
World News also tells about the Wall Street criminals who stole Americans’ retirements and homes, and caused the worst economic disaster since the Great Depression in the 1930s. A recent report on American news, cable and satellite TV, show the “cops protecting the crooks” on Wall Street in New York, while beating and pepper spraying peaceful Wall Street protestors. How different from the gun-toting Tea Party protestors who were untouched and unfettered by the police.
Criminals were bailed out, while the people of America were sold out!
I understand these yet-to-be-jailed Wall Street criminals now strut around Washington buying off Congressmen while blaming “us” for the off-the-cliff disaster they planned and carried out.
My question is when will these big banksters be arrested and tried? Although those persons like Charles Koch may be too big to fail, they are not too big to jail.
Is anyone in Weatherford or Parker County concerned by these unfolding events?
Does anyone care about big banks and corruption?
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Now is the time for all good men...
When man’s greed, desire for riches, power and control of our nation become greater than their love of humanity and our country, by constantly fomenting discord and hate among the citizens, warmongering and constantly talking of wars against other nations - it is putting political ideology before the welfare of citizens and country. It is time for We the People to take a good look at these men involved - no matter their status in our nation, we call the United States of America and decide whether or not they deserve the privilege and sanctuary of our nation.
TISCIONE: Finding a church
God commands His people to “keep holy the Sabbath Day.” The “Sabbath Day” was changed by the apostolic church to the first day, Sunday. The church refers to every Sunday as the Lord’s Day. Each Lord’s Day is a celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Therefore, a professing Christian will seek to find a local church in which to invest in the kingdom and worship the King!
NOTES FROM THE JOURNEY: What’s your current address?
Shortly after we moved to Weatherford 19 years ago, the old post office (today’s Court Building) that was literally bursting at the seams was replaced by a new, larger facility – our present mail center that sometimes seems outgrown as we stand in line to buy stamps or mail a package.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Good company, better service
We would like to thank Devin’s Handyman Service, Gary Boase, David Schramm and James Reed for the wonderful job they did repainting our front fence, front porch, back porch, patio and deck. Everything looks new and makes such a difference in our home.
PASTOR POPHIN: The joy of unity in church
Do you enjoy going to church? I mean, do you really enjoy going to church? No matter how you answer, there are some common reasons — or perhaps we would call them conditions — that would cause all of us to truly enjoy going to church.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Don't judge a book...
Dear Editor: Thursday night, July 17, I was present for a surprisingly interesting experience when state representative candidate Matthew Britt addressed a small group of supporters, followed by a question and answer session.
NOW HEAR THIS: The blessing of memories
Many years ago, shortly after I retired from the navy, I was sitting around shooting the breeze with my brother David, when he remarked that he regretted never serving in the military and experiencing the things I had seen. Like most of our farmer ancestors, he spent his entire life within five miles of where he grew up. Not unlike our parents, he could also count on the fingers of one hand the number of times he had even been out of the state of Texas and probably have digits to spare.
KELLY: What do you think?
Immigration: Wow! Where are all these illegal boys and girls coming from, and why? The “why” is a big question! I’m sure 5-year-olds are not coming for a better life and income.
TISCIONE: Signs and seals
God gave the church signs and seals. These are called sacraments or holy ordinances. They are both holy and commanded. There are two sacraments instituted by Jesus Christ. They are Baptism and the Lord’s Supper. These sacraments are often referred to as “secondary doctrine.” They are secondary not because they are unimportant. They are secondary because they are not necessary for salvation.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Response to 'Blame game'
Dear Editor: It’s not drug cartels telling Central Americans their children won’t be turned away at the border, it is the actions of this administration with its refusal to secure the border and its unilateral rewriting of immigration law. As has been shown, this president and his administration have for some time lied about the security of the border and immigration enforcement.
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