“Unlike the movie, “A Few Good Men,” We the People can handle the truth – we just need to hear it.”
Wray: Monetary reformers have not yet fit their statements into accounting, which is necessary to figure out what theories are behind their ideas. “…and I’m not sure they’re capable of doing it. So you have to try to reconstruct what must be a coherent way of presenting what they’re presenting in a non-coherent way. So that’s what we’ve been trying to do. A lot of it is not coherent. The balance sheets don’t balance. They’re saying a lot of nonsensical things that just aren’t possible…. They completely misunderstand how the government spends, and the reality is it already does what they want.”
“I am proud of our new Congressman, and his vote for one of the most successful Speakers in our nation’s history. If the Republicans are attacking him, he must be doing something right. Thank you, Congressman Kim.”
An anonymous testimonial about mental illness for the #BellLetsTalk fundraiser, which encourages dialog about mental health. Suicide claims more lives every year than liver disease, and awareness helps.
Content warning: suicidal thoughts, drug use
On Saturday, January 26, tensions were high at Philadelphia City Hall during a protest against American intervention in Venezuela.
“Lies should be called “lies”, and not “falsehoods” or “untruths” and the truth should be stated immediately!”