With Reporter/Commentator Tim Watts
People of Courage
These are people that, to me, exemplify the meaning of the word courage. Historical figures that took it upon themselves to stand against "the money trust." These people had the moral gumption inside; the fortitude and strength to stand on their own and say "enough is enough." These were people who marched to their own beat and were unafraid of the consequences for standing up and fighting back against an oppressive, corrupt, criminal system. In one such case, standing against an out of control, evil Nazi regime. *
Maj. General Smedley D. Butler
Maj-General Smedley Butler testified to the McCormack-Dickstein Committee.
President John F. Kennedy