The full title of G. Edward Griffin's book is, The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve. This book tackles a topic purposely complicated through the efforts of those who had something to hide. Evil cannot tolerate truth. I submit that the men who formed the cartel known to us as The Federal Reserve knew full-well that what they were doing was treasonous. The cloak of secrecy is a sure giveaway.
A boxcar, unique in its splendor stood at the…Continue
I just decided that the proper thing to do, in order to include those who are no longer Allen West fans, or never have been supporters of him, to post commentary here on Tea Party Nation, taking one chapter at a time to cover and discuss. G Edward Griffin is an excellent writer and speaker, and has a gift for explaining economics in simple enough terms that this "never was, never will be fluent in economics" person can claim to be. My hope is that, together we…Continue
The dorm was once again vacated. I was a nagging reminder of responsibility to the matron who was left to oversee me.
"Why don't you find something to do," was the insistant request she barked?
I did not linger to be a further source of irritation, but hurried out the screen door into the warm summer air. I paused, gazing about for an unspoken invitation to explore still another corner of Saint Vincent/Sarah Fisher Home's grounds.
A dirt road, which had made my inner…Continue
The Story of The Christmas Princess
I was a resident of Saint Vincent/Sarah Fisher Home for Children in 1950. I was five years old. I had two brothers, but had seen neither of them because siblings could not socialize without a visiting parent. We lived in separate dorms and I learned to be obedient to the rules despite my early rebellion. I complied, convinced that it was because of my misbehavior that my parents left us there and did not return.
In truth, my father had…Continue