Is Providing Access to Healthcare After Release from Prison Enough? Providing health care after release is a great program, however, most mental illness requires constant review, which does not occur inside the prison walls.  Alana Horowitz Satlin wrote in the Huffington Post, “A 2006 study by the Bureau of Justice Statistics found that over half […]

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I know,  asthecticly its wrong, but at zero dark thirty the thought presented itself.  Here goes, if its worth 40 Billion as noted in the video, why is the estate getting $750 million. Begs to ask who really killed Michael Jackson?

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  Over the past few weeks, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has signed 124 bills and vetoed six. He also used his constitutional authority Thursday to veto $22.5 million from the $19.76 billion state budget. The second bill Malloy vetoed Thursday would have reclassified as independent contractors all coaches and referees working with an organized athletic […]

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I came across this post regarding Veterans Claims and Certified Mail – New Claims Mailing Address NEW CLAIMS MAILING ADDRESS FOR YOUR V.A. CLAIMS By: Dr. Anna Pat Krupkin, Ph.D National commander WHY THE BACKLOG ON PENDING CLAIMS. SURPRISE, SURPRISE, SURPRISE, friendly V.A. Regional Offices, who have unknown to you RACKED, PACKED and STACKED your […]

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Hmmm, I was listening to a pastor on television a few hours ago and I thought to myself, “I’m kinda [sick and tired] of hearing, I need to send a certain dollar amount because someone I never met on television has heard a word from the Lord, on my behalf.”  Seriously, if that’s the understanding […]

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    The controversial photo of the 16 Black Female West Point Cadets.  What is the controversy – did they break any DOD regulations; where they too Black for West Point;  are they supporters of #BlackLivesMatter; is West Point supporting #BlackLivesMatter? For  those of you who do not know –  Black Lives Matter (BLM) is […]

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The Best Chain Letter   You find yourself in a place on your journey where it appears everything is falling down all around you.  Relationships are breaking apart, you lost your job, the dog died, your husband or wife is cheating, the children appear to have lost their mental capacities.  The hallway of decisions your […]

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Jan Crouch, part of the con artist team that founded the Trinity Broadcasting Network, is dead at the age of 78. If anyone expects me to grieve, you can forget that. They say not to speak ill of the dead, but if you didn’t speak ill of her you’d have nothing to say. Read More    […]

Good Night Jan Crouch, Con Artist or Nah??Read More »

Since its passage, North Carolina has been ridiculed and vilified nationally, with companies dropping plans to expand operations in the state, performers canceling concerts, trade groups moving their conventions elsewhere and the NBA considering shifting the 2017 All-Star Game out of Charlotte. “We dare not add to the increasing levels of fear, suspicion and divisiveness […]

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An unknown author of the Book of Isiah said “When the enemy shall come in like a flood, the Spirit of the Lord shall lift up a standard against him.” Well personally the enemy came like a flood and is trying to wash away my provisions. When I rose this morning, I had a talk […]

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Gurrrrl like abstinence -stop,  like behind- don’t look back, like control – self, like determined – drive on through the storm, like empower – yourself, like freedom – it ain’t free but its available, like God – you resemble, like heaven – there are many rooms don’t get stuck behind one door, like infinite – […]

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   World War II  – 1945 On this day, during the battle for Iwo Jima, U.S. Marines raise the American flag atop Mt. Suribachi, the highest point on the island of Iwo Jima and a key strategic point. Later, Marine commanders decide to raise a second, larger flag, an event which an Associated Press photographer captured […]

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  The first patent for ballpoint pens was issued on October 30, 1888, to a man named John Loud. Using a very small steel ball, held together by a socket, he tried, unsuccessfully, to create such a writing device. Unfortunately, his efforts failed miserably and without being able to foresee a commercial use for his […]

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    Let’s Have Some Fun!! A quick quiz: St. Valentine was: a)  A priest in the Roman Empire who helped persecuted Christians during the reign of Claudius II, was thrown in jail and later beheaded on Feb. 14? b)  A Catholic bishop of Terni who was beheaded, also during the reign of Claudius II c)  Someone who secretly […]

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      Martin Luther King, Jr January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968   On this day we celebrate the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  Most folk knew him for his speech, “I Have a Dream”.  A hero to blacks and source of pain for whites.  Martin was known for exposing the […]

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 Over the years, I’ve always thought to myself, “why am I here?”. It wasn’t to be a life time soldier in the US Marine Corp, three years was forced sufficient (Mommy said I had to come home and not re-enlist – had to listen to mommy since I had no identity). I thought I would […]

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 “I can cultivate a judgmental attitude toward those who may not agree or cooperate with my plan. Grace killers are notorious for a judgmental attitude. It is perhaps the single most un-Christlike characteristic in evangelical circles today.” Chuck Swindoll Judgement as defined by Webster’s Miriam online dictionary is defined as, an opinion or decision that is […]

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“…I don’t want my child to have died for nothing and I refuse to let his legacy or his name be ignored. We will continue to fight for justice for him, and for all families who must live with the pain that we live with. As the video shows, Officer Lochmann shot my son in […]

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  Children our greatest resource or are they?  From the elite to the destitute the evolution of children is not just of infant to adult, the hallway in between is a force to be reckoned with.  From baby contest to adult pageants; from little league to the All Star game parents have thrived on the […]

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 Took me a long time to love and appreciate my “Brown skin”.  Growing up in the projects and finding myself in a predominately “white” high school was not shocking to me or my system.  You see I didn’t know I didn’t like my “Brown skin”.  As a child I had a “Barbie Doll”, she was […]

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   Lucifer vs Satan, are they one in the same? God created Lucifer good in his original state, but Lucifer became evil by his own designs. Devil – an evil spirit Demons – take possession of wicked men and are subject to the devil; Lucifer the light bearer – The misconceptions between Lucifer and Satan, […]

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In my early days of salvation, one of my favorite songs was a song by Kirk Franklin – The Storm is Over now –   Just when I thought the storm was over, it wasn’t long before I found myself back in not a new storm but back in an “old” storm!  Years later I found […]

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I received a couple of chain letters in a week which lead me to think that many people are not aware that what they are doing is scripturally incorrect. I am 1000% sure that God’s blessings are not based on how many times a “chain letter” is forwarded. Secondly 2 Peter 1:20 – 21 states: […]

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This book is amazing.  I must admit, I had an issue with an extreme desire for office supplies.  I’m always scooping up pens, post it notes, paper, you name it, to complete my arsenal of supplies at home.  Once I admitted that it was stealing I worked hard at not engaging in the behavior.  Ok […]

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The Godfather trilogy directed by Francis Ford Coppola and distributed by Paramount Pictures, starts out with Mr. Amerigo Bonasera stating his love for America.  He goes on to speak about his parenting relative to his daughter’s dating.  One thing that bothers me is that Mr. Bonasera states he gave her freedom, freedom to do what […]

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Yet in the year 2016 not much has changed for those who have mental illness. Read more This is one of the most disturbing movies surrounding human behavior and treatment I have ever seen.  Watching the inhumane treatment of human beings with disabilities was gut wrenching.  I found it very interesting that some parents were […]

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