Trump Endorses the “God Bless the USA Bible”

Trump Endorses the “God Bless the USA Bible”

A new Bible is now out, endorsed by Donald J. Trump, and sponsored by Lee Greenwood who (in)famously sang the hit tune, “God Bless the USA.” This Bible sells for $59.95. King James Version is many centuries past copyright expiration, so no outgoing royalty fees for publishing. It does include the U.S. Constitution, Pledge of Allegiance, Bill of Rights, and Declaration of Independence. This is a glaring example of idolatry: Conflating America side by side or above God breaking the First, Second, and Third Commandments of the Decalogue. It is simony, which is making money by using God. It is… Read More

Pentagon Cannot Account for $1.9 Trillion. Cannot Pass an Audit. Who Will Defend Us from the Defense Department?

Pentagon Cannot Account for $1.9 Trillion. Cannot Pass an Audit. Who Will Defend Us from the Defense Department?

The Pentagon was never audited until 2018. Since then, it has miserably failed six audits. All other government agencies pass their audits. Why does the Pentagon get a pass?The old saying, “Truth is the first casualty of war” might be a clue to what is going on in the Pentagon. We know that arms manufacturers very often have huge cost overruns. That obsolete systems are still built so as to keep an influential congressman satisfied for his district and state. That the so-called “defense” industry has many paid lobbyists. Please read this short scathing article that questions the bloated, unaccountable… Read More

Biden Feeds The War Profiteers, not the Poor

Biden Feeds The War Profiteers, not the Poor

President Biden and much of Congress want to pass a $95 billion supplemental bill to back Ukraine and Israel in their wars. These wars will not bring peace, but only continued destruction. The winners are the U.S. weaponry manufacturers. “Masters of War,” as Bob Dylan titles one of his songs, going on to muse that even Jesus will not forgive them. Meanwhile, poverty continues to plague U.S. children. And what would $95 billion spent overseas for true peace do?See this article that shows that Guns are priority over Butter for Biden.

Morally Derelict Sen. Blumenthal Cheers Ukraine/Russia War Because Americans Are Not Dying, and Russia Is Getting Weaker

Morally Derelict Sen. Blumenthal Cheers Ukraine/Russia War Because Americans Are Not Dying, and Russia Is Getting Weaker

I am so angrily disgusted by U.S. government leaders who smugly fund and urge further warfare carnage in the Ukraine/Russia war. Even though Ukraine has been unable to reclaim territory seized by Russia at huge casualty costs on both sides, Sen. Romney recently called the proxy war the ‘the best national defense spending’ the US has ever done. Apparently Biden, Romney, Blumenthal, and maybe most others are blind to moral evil. Read Jeremy Camp’s article about this despicable evil talk. https://news.antiwar.com/2023/08/30/sen-blumenthal-us-getting-its-moneys-worth-in-ukraine-because-americans-arent-dying/

Powerful Sermon by Chris Hedges on Crucifixion of our modern prophets such as Julian Assange

Powerful Sermon by Chris Hedges on Crucifixion of our modern prophets such as Julian Assange

Chris Hedges, a noted journalist, social critic, and ordained Presbyterian minister, preached a powerful sermon in Norway in August, 2023. Actress Liv Ullman read the introductory scripture from Jeremiah 37:11-21. Hedges preached on the courageous, incorruptible prophets who faced persecution. He then spoke of his incarcerated Julian Assange who aired out the dirty laundry of U.S. military operations in his Wikileaks. Watch the entire YouTube video or start at minute 50 for the sermon.

Public University Salaries: Administrators and Coaches Paid High. Adjunct Staff Low.

Public University Salaries: Administrators and Coaches Paid High. Adjunct Staff Low.

Chris Hedges is a noted journalist, culture critic, and ordained Christian minister. He also is a contract instructor for Rutgers University teaching at a prison. Hedges notes that Rutgers, a public university in New Jersey, pays annual salaries to top administrators approaching $1 million, and football and basketball coaches exceed three million. The football team continues to incur debts now at $250 million as it spends lavishly on its programs trying to overcome a long streak of losing seasons. Meanwhile adjunct professors and grad students that make up much of the academic instruction are often under $30,000. At Rutgers, some… Read More