Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Immigration and Customs Enforcement

web17-shreddedpaper-redouImmigration and Customs Enforcement recently asked the National Archives and Record Administration (NARA), which instructs federal agencies on how to maintain records, to approve its timetable for retaining or destroying records related to its detention operations. This may seem like a run-of-the-mill government request for record-keeping efficiency. It isn’t. An entire paper trail for a system rife with human rights and constitutional abuses is at stake.

ICE has asked for permission to begin routinely destroying 11 kinds of records, including those related to sexual assaults, solitary confinement and even deaths of people in its custody. Other records subject to destruction include alternatives to detention programs; regular detention monitoring reports, logs about the people detained in ICE facilities and communications from the public reporting detention abuses. ICE proposed various timelines for the destruction of these records ranging from 20 years for sexual assault and death records to three years for reports about solitary confinement.

For years, advocates and communities across the country have denounced human rights abuses in the detention system. Many of the records that ICE proposes for destruction offer proof of the mistreatment endured by people in detention. Given the Trump administration’s plans to increase the size and scope of the system substantially, it is all the more disturbing that the agency wants to reduce transparency and accountability.

NARA has provisionally approved ICE’s proposal and its explanations for doing so areICE1282014_0 troubling. In cases of sexual assault and death, for example, NARA states that these records “do not document significant actions of Federal officials.” It’s hard to believe that the actions of a federal official are not significant in the death or sexual assault of an individual who is in federal immigration custody. NARA also posited that in cases of sexual assault, that the “information is highly sensitive and does not warrant retention.”

Recent reports by advocacy groups document sexual assaults in detention without adequate investigation or remedy, substandard medical care, the overuse of solitary confinement as well as threats and physical assault by custody staff. Since October 2016, there have been 10 deaths in immigration detention. Many of the records used in these reports and analyses would not have been made available without sustained public pressure to force ICE to maintain and divulge this information.

It is absolutely essential for each case to be investigated properly. Just reading the above paragraph leads to suspicion insofar as why would someone receiving healthcare have the gall to substantiate whether or not it is standard? Furthermore, it is rather common for inmates to complain about mistreatment by guards or custody staffs.


Put an entirely different way, and to all inmates will gripe about their treatment by any and/or every detention officer. People have been doing this kind of reporting in as much as any response whatsoever normally is a good one.

The best of everything that could happen is that those who are in custody are not there because they were law abiding citizens. However, the fact remains that they are precisely the opposite. This, of course, does entitle them to any preferential treatment or otherwise. It is difficult for me to presuppose that this treatment does exist.

Furthermore, there must be a statute that governs how long records must be kept. Now if this measure does not have a statute, then it is unconstitutional at best and statutes must be set immediately. The premise of this article was written by an ACLU lawyer so what else to expect?


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A legal Amnesty…by whom?



When one looks closely at this photograph, most of the protesters are holding signs that state “Family Reunification” as well as no more deportations.


Illegal immigrants who took advantage of President Obama’s deportation amnesty for “Dreamers” were able to boost their pay, get driver’s licenses and more firmly ensconce themselves in the American economy and society, according to a new report Monday.

The survey of thousands of recipients of the amnesty, known in government-speak as DACA, comes at a time when President Trump is under pressure to decide whether to scrap the program or to mount an uphill legal fight to preserve it.

This is where I have my own personal problem. According to the U.S. Constitution, and every immigration memorabilia I can get my hands on, what Barack Obama did as far as amnesty is concerned was in fact, illegal. No person, president, or congressional official has the right to circumvent the United States Immigration and Citizenship Program without the consent of the Congress or the people. I may be wrong, but I do not think that Barrack Hussein Obama had either of these requirements. It was done by executive order, which as is known, can be halted by a new President’s executive order.

The average salary of DACA recipients in the story went from $21,000 to $36,000, and for DACA recipients over age 25 it was an even bigger jump, from $22,000 to roughly $42,000.

Nearly two-thirds said they’ve been able to pursue educational opportunities that would have been denied them if they hadn’t been granted the tentative legal status, which in most states makes them eligible for public college, entitles them to driver’s licenses, and even qualifies them for some federal tax benefits.

Tom K. Wong of the University of California, San Diego, conducted the survey for the National Immigration Law Center, the Center for American Progress and United We Dream.

Mr. Wong has tracked Dreamers over the years and says they are fully invested in society, with 97 percent either holding a job or in school, 5 percent starting their own businesses, and 16 percent buying a home.

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We All Knew it wouldn’t be too long…

We All Knew it wouldn’t be too long

st domenico 2An independent Catholic school in San Anselmo, California, has sparked the ire of some parents after officials removed and relocated a large number of religious statues, reportedly including those of Jesus and Mary, in order not to alienate children of other faiths.

I cannot speak for any generalization of public individuals, but this much I can say, I knew that this entire ‘hook around history’ with the old Confederate monuments being taken down, people born with certain names not being allowed to do their year in advance paid for speaking engagements, now everybody’s looking at Sara Lee’s products for a name change and/or the MacDonald’s corporation. However, again to the people with critical thinking skills; furthermore, I would suspect that a person either studying finance or those making a living in finance could have figured that this pressure would converge on Catholicism.     4429_strength

San Domenico School’s board of trustees, said at least 18 of the 180 religious icons still remain at the school as part of a plan approved unanimously by the board last year, the Marin Independent Journal reported. Who cares that they left 0.1% this is an embarrassment to Catholics around the world!

Supporting the notion of political correctness, Ms. Skewes-Cox said the timing of the statues’ removals and the national statue debate spurring from the unrest in Charlottesville, Virginia, is an unfortunate coincidence and have “absolutely no connection other than it is changing, and people have a hard time with change.”

“If you walk on the campus and the first thing you confront is three or four statues of St. Dominic or St. Francis, it could be alienating for that other religion, and we didn’t want to further that feeling,” she said.

Sister Maureen McInerney, the prioress general of the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael, said the plan is to make the K-12 school more inviting to students of all faiths.

Here is my suggestion for whatever it is worth. If people are doing this activity to religiously oriented schools – why not include the church that is perhaps the school’s number one donor? If you are going to hide the reason it is there why not take it all down including the name?

“San Domenico is a Catholic school; it also welcomes people of all faiths,” she told the Marin Independent Journal. “It is making an effort to be inclusive of all faiths.”

Another parent, Shannon Fitzpatrick, recently sent an email to school officials accusing them of trying to erase the school’s 167-year tradition of celebrating the Dominican Catholic faith.

“In our time here, the word ‘Catholic’ has been removed from the mission statement, sacraments were removed from the curriculum, the lower school curriculum was changed to world religions, the logo and colors were changed to be ‘less Catholic,’ and the uniform was changed to be less Catholic,” she wrote.

BibleBlurCheryl Newell, a mother of four San Domenico graduates, told the Marin Independent Journal, “I am extremely disappointed in the school and the direction they’ve been going. This isn’t a new thing that they’ve been intentionally eroding their Catholic heritage. They’re trying to be something for everyone and they’re making no one happy.”

Two quick issues of concern. One, I believe overall that this article is loaded with anti-Catholic rhetoric. Remember, my first disclosure of political correctness is about the elitists changing the language and subsequent meaning. Admittedly, this is what is occurring.

Number two, the history of the Catholic Church is not a good history by any means. Simply predicated upon Luther’s 95 Theses, or even the Protestant Reformation the history of the Catholic church is not good. Especially regarding the oppression and enslavement of other people.

We All Knew it wouldn’t be too long…




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The top Democrat in the U.S. Senate with Colin Kaepernick as the Sidekick he is…

The top Democrat in the U.S. Senate with Colin Kaepernick as the Sidekick he is…

Schumer cryingThe top Democrat in the U.S. Senate demanded Thursday that President Trump disband his commission designed to investigate voter fraud, saying it stems from the same hateful ideology that spurred neo-Nazis and white supremacists in Charlottesville earlier this month.

Sen. Charles E. Schumer, New York Democrat, said that if Mr. Trump won’t cancel the Presidential Advisory Commission on Voter Integrity, he will force a fight over an amendment to shut down the commission when Congress returns in September.

First, vacationing senators and/or legislators should keep their mouths shut until theythe-kings-court return to work. Why is it that whenever “voter fraud” comes up only the Democrats quack? What are they hiding? Just try to clean-up your deceased voter registration rolls, right!

Someone, please answer these two basic questions of frivolity. One, do you think there would be a sane white supremacist out for a protest if they weren’t called out? One b. Would there be a white supremacist if people of other races and color weren’t making them out to be something? Ready?

Two, why is it that historical memorabilia is coming down because “Black Lives Matter”? Why do people of the peculiar institution of which there really is none, continue to go on in a fashion worse than their ancestors did? Two b. Do you think that people of color are creating their own problems? I do – in a minuscule way.

Mr. Schumer said he believes Mr. Trump’s commission — ostensibly to look at fraudulent voters and bloated voting rolls — is really an effort to keep minorities from the polls. He called the commission “wolves in sheep’s clothing.” Schumer, just shut up. Colin 49ersKaepernick still can’t believe he hasn’t been offered a job. What already? One good season that he didn’t win. Otherwise, he still sat the bench. He just plain is not good enough for any sane football organization to invest the kind of money he wants or feels he is entitled to.

Football fans around the world, would you hire him?


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The Effort to make known to all Readers

The Effort to make known to all Readers

GOT761I am not one given over to gripping easily. In Australia, I know and in England, I’d imagine they refer to it as winching. Funny for a little humor, in this week’s past edition of Game of Thrones there were actually lines of dialog that deal with whinging and for the most part how everyone dislikes it. The really big guy who has been on the show since the beginning is telling this younger bloak to “stop whinging!” Before this younger guy even gets out another sentence, the older and ugly (because of war) big guy says to him, “well I see your lips moving, and words are going everywhere, complaining, so I’d say you’re whinging!”

It is not often that I go off at any journalist or anyone who is part of the mainstream media. This is certainly not to infer that I do not whatsoever; subsequently, it means that when there are questionable sources or so and so heard it from a source, or right to the point, “Fake News” or any sizeable amount of disparity between a real event from what the mainstream media explains for me, is always something to write about…heck, call it fodder.

Some quick examples for you; measurably, the disparity between good reports on President Trump and of course, the bad coverage ranges for ABC, CBS, NBC, The New York Times, N.Y. Post is roughly 93% Negative versus 2 or maybe 3 % positive. When in the course of routine speeches when the President states that he feels that a group of White Supremacists, Neo-Nazi’s, or the KKK has started something take it at that. The next day, at a press conference, to wail away on his new agenda, and the first question is “GOTCHA”! and the man says that he feels that good people were involved on both sides, what is the problem. Please remember, it does take two to Tango and copulate!

So just yesterday I’m listening to some lady (that’s all she gets for now) start screaming because some no neck NFL. football player states that he kneels down with the remainder of his team who are showing disrespect to the nation by not standing for the National Anthem – your run of the mill “hey I will get noticed for this and maybe be some more money” or at the least, “I can always start or file and discrimination suit!”

But this lady – Eboni Williams if you must know – is harping about this guy and she agrees with him that it is okay to pray. Please Ms. Williams, please do not bother us with your stupidity!

When it comes to Christ or God let’s see what they have to say.  God also wants us to pray 4429_strengthalone and in secret: But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you.  Now it came to pass in those days that He went out to the mountain to pray, and continued all night in prayer to God. (Luke 6:12, NKJV) Now Jesus was praying in a certain place. When he stopped, one of his disciples said to him, “Lord, teach us to pray, just as John taught his disciples.”  Luke 11:1

There is no correct or certain posture for prayer. In the Bible people prayed on their knees (1 Kings 8:54), bowing (Exodus 4:31), on their faces before God (2 Chronicles 20:18; Matthew 26:39), and standing (1 Kings 8:22). You may pray with your eyes opened or closed, quietly or out loud—however, you are most comfortable and least distracted.

In the same way, the Spirit helps us in our weakness. We do not know what we ought to Gideon Biblepray for, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us with groans that words cannot express. And he who searches our hearts knows the mind of the Spirit because the Spirit intercedes for the saints in accordance with God’s will. (Romans 8:26-27, NIV) And finally for this short, yet cited well aspects of scripture, Very early in the morning, while it was still dark, Jesus got up, left the house and went off to a solitary place, where he prayed. (Mark 1:35, NIV). Therefore, Ms. Eboni Williams, please do enjoy your run with Fox News’ program, The Specialists, but please remain in the matters where you have quality and not rubbish! Thank you.


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What is America coming too?

What is America coming too?

The fundamental reason for this question is that various events are going on in today’s America that would not have been seen in in prior days. Yet, not to be taken lightly, we have seen these types of criminal activities in our past but again, as for me, I cannot say that I’ve seen them with such vehemence, disdain, ruthlessness, and non-caring as they are being done now.

downloadI have a certain reverence for the University of Virginia. Although it is a public school, it has the distinction of being the most rigorist and most strident to get into. Yearly UVA is always at the top or at worst tied at the top with other private institutions such as Harvard University and Notre Dame University. However, what is more, that surprising to me is that it is located in Charlottesville Virginia, yes, the same place where the excremental activities have occurred.

Now for a moment let’s forget that it was developed and mentored by President Thomas Jefferson. However, I do have some reservations that this extreme nonsensical filth has been happening in a place where there are alleged the most brilliant minds in America attending school. Oh yeah… I’m going to be just as hard on them as I was in an earlier article I wrote about the University of California at Berkeley, albeit a private school.

I don’t like the rubbish that has been going on in this nation any less or ardently than you do. Just a couple of mentions on that if you don’t mind.

The state of anarchy that is being perpetrated by some groups in my mind is utter lawlessness and should be punished accordingly. I do want to say that I am sorry about the Civil War, I honestly doubt if the people who want that portion of an ugly history ripped from America do not fully understand the atrocities that happened. Furthermore, not during the time of battle or maybe so, an entire race of people was showing their courage and bravery to the world. Anyone should be proud of that configuration.kenny_flag_small

Now then, why anyone would be irrespective of the United States Colored Troops who led the engagement at Ft. Sumter, SC and later became the U.S. Buffalo Soldiers who fought in California, Utah, Mexico, Arizona, and New Mexico, and the first border wars stopping illegal immigrants as well as “Poncho Villa” and his band of assassins is simply beyond me.

Yet almost worst is to try and remove that section from American history. Remember, the “Middle Passage” was not an acclaimed portion of any nation’s history, nonetheless, it will not be forgotten.

Please and respectfully submitted, if you and your mates refer to your organization as a “White Supremacy” outfit, you are only fooling yourselves. All of this “National Ra-Ra” we are better than you are so you are not taking a thing down, rather than carry on with violence why the hell don’t you be a respectful American and file a petition within your local government offices where the issue might have an opportunity of getting something done on it. We all know by now, that the Congress of the United States is the laughing stock of the world! By the way, they don’t even show up for work, try to assist the President with tax reform, or immigration reform.

Tomorrow, hopefully, I will write on the measures taken by greedy, unethical, and nerveless congressional members who want to play with DACA and DREAM programs in order to fund a wall we were promised…more than 20 years ago!



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Examples of Political Incorrectness or the Destruction of Language

Examples of Political Incorrectness or the Destruction of Language

attorney's As each subsequent generation of selfish citizens inherits control of the community, it takes its opportunity to abandon more of the irksome restraints that genius and wisdom had installed. This is precisely what I was making reference to in my article of yesterday especially using the “Greatest Generation” and owning the results.

The proponents of this social demolition achieve their irrational purpose by publicly embracing absurdity through slogans while vilifying any who do not support their stance.

This is where I was finding difficulty in as much as “White Nationalism” and “White Supremacists.” I take no offense at cluttering up my writing pages whatsoever.

It is very important to me – and should be to the mainstream media – to understand or at the very least write it out and look it up to comprehend what point a person is trying to make. This is where I believe the mainstream media editors, department heads, writers, and commentators show their fallibility with this kind of transforming information.

Actually, by all standards the unreliability, foible, weakness, and imperfections they use for sordid gain and to misrepresent the facts to gullible readers.  capture33(3)

The purpose of the slogan is to enshrine irrational fears or fancies, as truth through the use of presumptuous words so public pronouncement will result in revolution.

The Arkansas prosecutor took the Muhammad case to trial in 2011. The defense lawyers said that the young man suffered “a delusional disorder.” Honestly, what could be more shameful than the language ploy? What is a “delusional disorder”? Obviously, it is a construct of words or a way to either nullify language or at the very best to get a judge of the court to sanction it.

During the trial, Muhammad changed his plea to guilty and the prosecutor accepted it. On July 25, 2011, Muhammed was sentenced to life in prison. (Ref: People of the USA versus Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad, born Carlos Leon Bledsoe, who shot two men at a recruitment center in Little Rock, Arkansas. One of the victims died immediately.)

Rather than to just watch this ugly show go on from generation to the next generation I feel that it is incumbent upon me to make clear what a delusional disorder is other than an excuse to get life in prison rather than being convicted of a “terrorist activity” and the subsequent penalty of death.

If you have been curious about why I feel that strongly about political correctness, is because a person going around changing a couple of words is not right and when a person gets some street credit added to his name Iraq Veterans Against the War and Courage to Resist) than the proponents of this social demolition achieve their irrational purpose by publicly embracing absurdity through slogans while vilifying any who do not support their stance.



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Just between you and I, do you care, I DO!

Just between you and I, do you care?

perry_0What in the name of God is going on in our nation right now? First, if you don’t mind I’ll address some positive matters – with the attempt of those at Bay. And by those “at Bay” I am referring to some real guidance I have always known, but was prompted by Mrs. Shannon Bream of Fox News in some of her Tweets yesterday.

First of all, for the learned (pronounced learn-ned) folks who care to read a citizen sourced journalism piece, we should be the understanding that since President Trump has taken office our nation is very much in the process of being rebuilt and restored.

I believe today the final tidbits of ending the NAFTA intercontinental treaty was done. So let’s add that on to the over one million jobs created in less than 150 days in office, as well as a sinking unemployment rate, and oh! Did I mention that I haven’t heard a word from that fat-farce wearing his custom fitted North Korean dunce cap?

So, without further ado this paragraph is for my most esteemed (almost too much) commentator, Dr. Charles Krauthammer who knows a person’s heart and intentions by ear, who also can tell how serious a person is from day to day, who’s writing what and for whom, and who is reading from the heart and whose material it is, moreover, is it better today than “two days ago, or Saturday?” Yep, this is the same person who disdains just about everything by calling it, “To critique what he did today on the grounds that it distracts from the agendais a cop out,” Krauthammer said of Ingraham’s position.  Furthermore, calling it “an utter disgrace” speaking in terms of President Trump or “What Trump did today was a moral disgrace,” what you are honestly doing is trying to show how smart you are, which indeed shows how misinformed and stupid you really are.

New BaltimoreWhen you turn moments like last night’s debate with Bill Hemmer (moderating) and Laura Ingraham into the “Krauthammer Hour” of how not to speak publicly, debate any position, step on or over everyone in the room, and of course showing how stupid you can be at times, take a page from Mrs. Bream’s book of etiquette, and just be quiet.

By those “at Bay” folks I mean but certainly not limited to, protesters, neo whatever’s, Klansmen, people who are obviously overreacting to nothing of real consequence while at the same time hurting innocent people, making a scene, and I need to ask certainly not expecting an answer because I think you are all to chickensh*t to answer, what are you doing that is not good for the nation?

Now if there is a person who wants to try and figure out why the Founders of this nation made a 10th Amendment, let the mayor or another public servant of Baltimore Maryland be your guide. Let’s not leave out those in North Carolina, Kentucky, and other patron saints of the fabulous expression that became very popular around the turn of the 20th century – “those separate but equal” Democrats of the great southern states…”  170816_SLATEST_Baltimore-Confederate

If we believe in the matter in which our country was indeed founded, that we are a rule of law citizenry, and above all, that we are to be partakers and owners of the nation, then do as the Arizona governor espoused, “let the people decide.”

It is difficult for me to express that any public servant that gives the go ahead to topple a monument, “quick and before anyone finds out about it” is not good for anything. Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh literally stated,  ‘With the climate of this nation, that I think it’s very important that we move quickly and quietly,'”


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A group comprised mostly of black activists

A group comprised mostly of black activists

changing up the roles renameA group comprised mostly of black activists dedicated to preserving American history is calling for Confederate monuments and statues to be preserved as reminders and lessons of the darker side of the country’s past.

Well, just a bit of commentary from me, this is a fabulous step in the right direction of any community that wants to heal, and that healing is a reminder of what was. However, although I thought the opening statement was just a tad too loaded, I do also want to have my say in this fiasco as well.

Not all that long ago I picked up my vehicle in Vancouver, WA USA and headed south to So. California to say, “I’m off to bigger and brighter things to my family” as I headed for the other coast making sure to catch everything the big history markers I did not want to miss before I went to my permanent home.

So off I went on the good old fashioned cross-country trip, eyes wide open and destined to hit every big and or little glimpse I could take in. Much to my amazement, as I walked from battlefield to battlefield I also came to wonder why such men were marbleized or cast in stone. More on that later.

A former Dallas City Council member, teamed up with the Buffalo Soldiers of the American West and Sons of Confederate Veterans to oppose the creation of a task force charged with removing Confederate monuments from the city’s public spaces.  kgucxcnt_bigger

She said the statues serve as a reminder of an important part of American history and that removing them won’t solve any of the real problems facing the country.

“Some people think by taking a statue down that that’s going to erase racism,” Ms. Crenshaw told CBS Dallas. “It’s misguided.”

The group’s efforts highlight the division in thinking about such monuments, which in the aftermath of violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, have become the focus of various movements to remove or retain them.

And forgive me please, but call them what you will, society’s been doing it for decades and generations e.g., “skinheads, neo-sh*theads, Klansmen, supremacists, so please pardon my nothingness, it’s just because any recognition of this type of person is not warranted.


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Gimme gimme some lovin’

Gimme, gimme, some lovin’ I need it

martha-maccallum-insider-2013I feel as though I really want to and need to write it out. It is about this situation we have going on over here in the USA where by some people with nothing else better to do than trying their worrisome hands at political incorrectness. Although what I am writing about and therefore confronting, in this notion of “supremacy,” or being dominant in some way over and certainly against other members of humankind.

I was ticked purple this last month and how the mainstream media has labeled this clown who created mass murder in Charlotte, South Carolina as a “White Supremacist.” Even if the guy himself referred to himself in that malady let’s all of us try this one.

First, I believe that this sizing up of oneself is far too grandiose than a person with that condition is able to summons about themselves. Let’s just face this one straight up – with the likelihood being very high it was probably those parishioners who got the guy, wrestled him to the ground and disarmed him and henceforth, being interviewed by the mainstream-media we somehow coaxed into using the word if he did at all; my own personal feelings – is that the guy didn’t know what a White Supremacist is.  michelle-malkin_thumb

Secondly, I fear that we are entering back into our “abuse excuse” difficulty with is nothing more than any given person not being accountable for themselves or what they have done in their own actions. Look I’m all for saving a statue – Moreover, all some 1100 of them in the South would be ideal. I started writing an article last night dealing with this dingbats in where…Portland Oregon, or in reality, Southeastern Portland Oregon inasmuch as they somehow have voted against using the word “Lynch” in their three common elementary schools rendered to them as an elderly lady “gifting” over her spacious unencumbered property as land grants to what is now being run by the Centennial School District, well as no surprise her last name was Lynch.

Goodness, gracious people let’s try and get to the real concern of life. I believe that President Trump did a wonderful thing from the White House today. As a stick in the mud, what would Barack Obama do if he was out on a golf day?

doveTime for a bit of reality, can you or will you hang? If you don’t like anything about Jesus Christ, maybe you should stop reading here, or better still you should read with everything you’ve got and maybe God will assist you in your understanding. Rather than rushing out to hurt or kill someone today, take a deep breath and commit yourself to putting in the same energy into loving someone? Wish someone a great day – they may need a pick me up. Lately, at the Starbuck’s I attend, people are opening the door for everyone and I do as well. You’d be surprised how many folks are touched in a great way. Damn, if ain’t a catchy thing to do either. Do it once, and the dude or lady behind you will do the same, and the next person in line will do the same on and on…

Hey tough guys out there, if a mega billionaire for the life of me took on the Presidency of the US, leaves a solid round of golf to say “hey, let’s do some loving” or something along those lines, rather than some mixed up nut from North Korea…..which one would you rather be? Ask yourself that question.


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