Meeting: Wars and Money




Why do countries enter into wars?


Aggression or attack, imperialism, power, glory & failure of diplomacy are all reasons why nations go to war.  


What about money?  


How does money affect America’s decisions to go to war?


There are “factions” in our society for whom war is big business, and there’s a lot of money to be made.


Who are these people?


Before our country commits its youth to future wars, the citizenry should investigate the complete reasoning behind these commitments.



On Monday, April 17th, the Kaufman County Tea Party proudly presents the Honorable


AllenClark 7-30-11

Allen B. Clark


Allen is a West Point graduate who served in Vietnam as a Military Intelligence Officer involved in undercover intelligence operations against Cambodia.  During that time, he was severely wounded resulting in the amputation of both his legs below the knee.   He was awarded the Silver Star for Gallantry in Action, the Purple Heart, Bronze Star, Air Medal, and Combat Infantryman’s Badge.   He is the embodiment of American heroism.




Allen stays busy with his lay ministry for veterans suffering from combat stress, information about which may be found at his website,  He is the author of an autobiography, Wounded Soldier, Healing Warrior.  He wrote a second book entitled Valor in Vietnam: Chronicles of Honor, Courage, and Sacrifice: 1963-1977, both of which autographed copies will be for sale at the meeting.


He is currently working on a new book entitled Soldier’s Blood and Bloodied Money and will share what he has
uncovered in his research with us.


This presentation will be an informative eye-opener.  It will be an honor to hear what this truly great American has to say, and you’re invited.  The American people have been misled by their leaders for too long.  Let’s end it.


Knowledge is a powerful thing!


Join us!


As always, the public is invited & admission is free.


When: Monday, April 17th 7 PM

Where: Trinity Family Church
1511 W Alamosa Dr, Forney, TX 75126
(I20 & FM 1641)



Sponsored by the Kaufman County Tea Party

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