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August 28, 2016 Leave a comment


I got involved with Onecoin after seeing in the news how China is now a reserve currency.  I knew very little about the Onecoin strategy and knew very little about how it works.  A friend got my attention to the product because of his posts on the social media we are on. My concerns were many, but I jumped right on in because I can understand a little bit of the financial side of things.

Of course many people may look at the amount of a payout and I can only imagine what could be running across minds like that. But when I look at what happened as a result of just turning a few people onto the OneLife process, I am the one more amazed.  I really have to get out there and promote this opportunity more and more. Friends and family might not be interested (at first), but when others realize it’s not even about sharing the opportunity, but just sharing about the progress being made is cool for me.

Here is a product that doesn’t require anyone to promote it in order to get paid.  Do yourself a favor and just research the “Blockchain” technology and what is in store for the world around us.


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Black Farmers Rally for JUSTICE!

September 4, 2013 Leave a comment

Independent Black Farmers Rally for JUSTICE!

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Defender of the Public Good

August 8, 2013 Leave a comment

“If you are doing something that you do not enjoy, why are you doing it?”

Why are we doing it? It would seem that it’s an acquired taste ~

When Columbus and his sailors came ashore, carrying swords, speaking oddly, the Arawaks ran to greet them, brought them food, water, gifts.

They willingly traded everything they owned. . . . They were well-built, with good bodies and handsome features. . . . They do not bear arms, and do not know them, for I showed them a sword, they took it by the edge and cut themselves out of ignorance. They have no iron. Their spears are made of cane. . . . They would make fine servants. . . . With fifty men we could subjugate them all and make them do whatever we want.”

These Arawaks of the Bahama Islands were much like Indians on the mainland, who were remarkable (European observers were to say again and again) for their hospitality, their belief in sharing. These traits did not stand out in the Europe of the Renaissance, dominated as it was by the religion of popes, the government of kings, the frenzy for money that marked Western civilization and its first messenger to the Americas, Christopher Columbus.

Zinn, Howard (2010-01-14). A People’s History of the United States: 1492 to Present (p. 1).

Devotion to Duty

Yvonne Smith Segars’, a veteran of the New Jersey Office of the Public Defender since 1985, was sworn into office as New Jersey Public Defender on September 25, 2002. She was nominated to the post while serving as First Assistant Deputy in the agency’s Essex Adult Regional Office, the largest region in the agency. Governor Chris Christie has saw fit to ask that this public servant cease and desist from being that servant of the public good and go somewhere else. It is the Gov.’s position that this person, that has been doing this job for so long, needs to move on.

What prompted the Governor to express such disdain for this person’s past efforts?

Yvonne Smith Segars’ struck down the mandatory sentencing law that had been implemented that seemed to only harm those who were living in the inner city. The “mandatory sentencing” of criminals found with drugs within One Thousand feet of a school, was deemed a law that was “disparate” and that the lawmakers who wrote and planned it’s implementation wanted it that way, it would seem.  The sentencing guidelines was set up so that anyone who possessed drugs in any quantity within a school zone,; which was more than likely to happen in an urban area., were to be scheduled for mandatory imprisonment. The chances of it happening in rural and suburban area was pretty much slim to none. The “Stop and Frisk” policy in New York and elsewhere has the same disparate and callous objective – to ensnare those who are in the inner cities, simply because they are “Black” or Hispanic. I am sure some may have a problem with this type of thinking, but let’s examine it for a minute. Move public defender to Judiciary |

  1. Lawmakers have the task of presenting ideas that are in the best interests of their constituency, right?
  2. What was the intent of a law in place since 1987, that one arrested on a drug offense that occurred within 1,000 feet of a school are to be incurr mandatory minimum sentences of one to three years?
  3. Is that law a just law?

Critics had argued for years that the law had a disproportionate impact on minority inner city residents and that it unnecessarily filled the state’s prisons with low-level drug offenders who could be better served by drug treatment. The state spent countless millions last year to imprison drug offenders. How better could that money have been spent?  One of the major critics of this long standing ruling by the high court was Yvonne Smith Segars. The devotion to duty she has for her work and for the best interests of the state was exhibited when she, along with many other legislators moved to have this law repealed. Truly their desire to make sure that this law was no longer hurting “just the inner city” folks and “just the inner city” alone was and is a move in the right direction.

“With a 46-30 vote Thursday, the New Jersey Assembly gave final approval to a bill that will end mandatory minimum sentences for some “drug free zone” drug offenses. The bill passed the Senate in December. Outgoing Gov. Jon Corzine (D) has said he will sign the bill into law. When that happens, New Jersey will become the first state to roll back a mandatory minimum school zone law.” ~

upon her giving up her post she would do all that was necessary to make the transition seamless. The question still arises why the newly elected Governor needed to have this servant of the poor out of that position? What is it about Segars desire to have a law on the books that is just and not effecting only one segment of society and not all, that caused Governor Christie to not want her there any longer?

Newly Appointed

Joseph Krakora was sworn in as Public Defender on June 28, 2011. He joined the Office of the Public Defender in 1986 and has held numerous positions in the agency since that time. He served as an Assistant Public Defender and Director of Capital and Special Litigation from 2002 until 2010…


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Where Are We Now?

July 30, 2013 1 comment

You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.
~Maya Angelou

Music has always had a way of transforming and evolving into something fresh and new. Does music always reflect where we are in relationship to society? The music of the 60’s and 70’s certainly did. Does our music, today somehow show what and where our consciousness lie, especially in a troubling state of affairs? There were gangs back in the day. These cats feuded and had some major problems with each other, but never to the extent we see today. How does our music mirror the social angst’s of our times? and Do our musicians speak to the need for more than what is being received – both individually and societal? Sam, Marvin and Stevie did.

From The Beginning

A Capella has no race distinction about it. It’s just about the sound. Musicians came together to simply make great sounds. Appreciating each others ability to work with the entirety to create great stuff, was and still what it’s all about. As much as American society tried to keep the people apart; because of the color of their skin, the more those same people wanted to become one with each other. From the beginnings of Jazz to present day, musicians have been getting together creating some of America’s great works.

I have always had, even as a preteen, loved the Persuasions. Now they weren’t my first exposure to this art form – Street Corner Symphonies. In fact it was my cousin the Reverend Marion Hannah and his group.  that really put this type of sound in my soul. I have to really thank cousin Marion for giving me my appreciation for this music because the Soul Seekers would come over to our house on Parkhurst Street in Newark and practically have open air concerts in front of the house. The people in the neighborhood would gather around the porch as they sang and the magic of the human voice that happened back then was a uniting force for good.

It was until a few years later that I came across one Charlie Jones – the late great Linda Jones’ brother who, with a few of his friends begin singing on the corners in our community. Was it any surprise that I wanted to participate with my friends Cedric, Maurice (Moe), Jerome, Rance, and Kevin when they wanted to sing as a group.  We just knew we had what it took to make great sounds. Heck we already had a great friendship. Well nothing ventured nothing gained, and I really gained a lot.

To Now

What does the music say today?

Our music has that lead voice and it’s accompanying cadre of voices in the background. But what are we actually saying to one another. Have we strayed away from our core principles in pursuit of another mans idea of what should be? Or are we “… anxious to have everything the white man has even if it is harmful”?

Woodson, Carter Godwin (2010-09-01). The Mis-Education of the Negro (p. 6)



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Onward We Must Go

July 16, 2013 4 comments

Somewhere I read that the greatness of America is the right to protest the Right.” ~ Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

People must move forward in spite of any “perceived” wrong, or any “misconceived” notion of an injustice because of that wrong.

From the moment that the African people came on to these shores, from that distant land Africa, the idea of making them less than human became an industry and much has been made on the misery of others. What seems to perplex me is that, despite the gains, this practice continues to this day. In their quest to be that, which historically has been denied – citizenship, therein is truly a people that believes in the idea more than those who profess it profusely at every moment.

Sleeping with the Enemy?

When a “Black Intern, Who Volunteered To Help George Zimmerman’s Defense Team, Speaks Out” about her desire to assist in his defense; her desire and the whole ordeal has been looked upon as a black vs white issue. Many times, during the course of that trial, I found that the conversation began to focus on the “Black to Black” crime rate and that high number happening in the lives of “Descendants of Captured Africans” (DOCA). After hearing this refrain repeatedly many could come away from that conversation with a notion that when crime is committed by one people against themselves it should be condoned, yet when done by another set of people it should be looked upon as business as usual.

The Trial and Justice

I must admit that I wasn’t keeping up with the details of the trial against Zimmerman and truthfully I always felt that the trial was merely an act and there wasn’t any possibility that Trayvon’s shooter would be convicted.

When one can see the plight of one Marissa Alexander who, firing her pistol, to ward off her offender gets 20 years. There is no death involved, just damage to a wall. Claiming the very defense that was used by Mr. Zimmerman wasn’t able to save Marissa from being convicted and sentenced to 20 years in prison.

  • Was the shooting a justifiable wrong?
  • Why were the jurors numbered and anonymous?

It is my contention that there should be Civil Suit against Zimmerman and if a civil suit could make Zimmerman pay or backfire  should not be part of the reasoning for bringing the suit. As in the case against O.J. Simpson, although he was not found guilty of murdering his ex-wife, he was found “responsible” and forced to pay. The precedence has been set and needs to be enforced here as well.


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Oscar Petersons trio feat. Dexter Gordon – 30.10.1969 – YouTube

July 12, 2013 5 comments

Mr. Oscar Petersons trio feat. Dexter Gordon – 30.10.1969 – YouTube. just simply displays how great  these cats are and what makes this music so special. Enjoy!

Buyers Remorse ….

August 4, 2012 Leave a comment

NEWARK – As part of its enforcement effort against unregistered and non-compliant home improvement contractors, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has issued Notices of Violation against 44 contractors, seeking a total of $195,000 in civil penalties, based on complaints and referrals by consumers from across New Jersey.

“Complaints about home improvement contractors were the number one complaint category the Division of Consumer Affairs received last year,” Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa said. “Disreputable contractors can leave consumers with costs that escalate to tens of thousands of dollars, as well as dangerous conditions that must be repaired at additional cost. If you perform home improvement work in New Jersey, you must comply with our laws. Otherwise, you will be held accountable.” –

Home Depot – Solution Oriented?

Home Depot is now working with contractors through a program the Big-box retailer has acquired in the home services marketplace and the acquisition can only be a “God” send to many consumers affected by shoddy and dishonest contractors.

Redbeacon lets users and contractors find each other for local home services , including plumbers, roofers, painters, and house cleaners, on its website. Service providers pay a fee to Redbeacon for new paying customers for a lead. The company has expanded from San Franciscoto New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Atlanta, Seattle,  and Houston.  I am sure that New Jersey homeowners will be looking forward to being connected to reputable firms in the wake of so many unlicensed contractors in their midst.

The  mobile app that can be downloaded onto any Android, iPhone or iPad device which in turn allows users to get quotes for many service on the go without having to have service professionals visit their home.  By using today’s swath of technology which includes “smart” phones and ipads, as well as the web, Home Depot’s RedBeacon will be making life easier for the consumer and the professional.

Some of the features of the app lets users select from common home service providers like Handyman, Electrician, House Cleaner, Plumber and Yard Worker to make a request for services. It uses the phone’s GPS to locate the job and matches the request with quality pros in the area, who then compete for the job and provide quotes.  The ability to send photos and video of the job to be done to a licensed contractor who in turn can bid on on the job remotely will facilitate competition and customer satisfaction.

The company, RedBeacon, Founded by former Googlers Aaron Lee, Ethan Anderson and Yaron Binur, has raised $7.4 million in funding led by Mayfield Fund and Venrock.

Home Depot didn’t comment extensively on how the retailer will be incorporating Redbeacon into its operations, but there could be plenty of synergies considering the crossover in the home services space. Consumers who are using the app are probably dealing with plenty of contractors and providers who are also Home Depot customers, and vice verse.

What Consumers Should Know!

“New Jersey’s registration laws enable consumers to ensure a contractor is properly insured and can be held accountable for his or her work – information every consumer should possess while looking for a reputable and qualified professional,” Eric T. Kanefsky, Director of the Division of Consumer Affairs, said.

Before hiring a home improvement contractor, New Jersey consumers are urged to:

  • Obtain the contractor’s State registration number, which always begins “13VH.”
  • Contact the State Division of Consumer Affairs to learn whether the contractor’s registration is still valid. Call the Division’s License Verification Line at 1-973-273-8090, or check the Division’s database of all 43,000 registered home improvement contractors at
  • Ask the State Division of Consumer Affairs whether there are any consumer complaints filed against the contractor.
  • Demand a copy of the contractor’s commercial general liability insurance policy.
  • Contact the insurer to learn whether the policy is still valid.

To advertise and perform home improvement work legally in New Jersey, contractors must register with the State Division of Consumer Affairs. Registration materials are available at

Consumers who believe they have been cheated or scammed by a business, or suspect any other form of consumer abuse, can file a complaint with the State Division of Consumer Affairs by visiting its website or by calling 1-800-242-5846 (toll free within New Jersey ) or 1-973-504-6200.

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