VIOLA LIUZZO – BLACK HISTORY MONTH SERIES PROFILE

“We’re going to change the world. One day they’ll write about us. You’ll see.” –Viola Liuzzo Today we celebrate the first day of Black History Month 2018. When I think of Black History my mind races back to the civil rights movement of the 1960’s and, as I grow older I realize the greatest “Grand…

The After Party ( Fiction)

“Babylon is fallen, is fallen.” –Isaiah XXI.9 Starbucks Peachtree Street Atlanta, Georgia A man enters Starbucks he sees his sister sitting alone at a table off in the corner. He walks to her table she stands they embrace. She takes her seat again he asks what she wishes to drink, she tells him Matcha Lemonade…

Madame Ho’s Nails for Young Hoes (Humor)

“Ten men waiting for me at the door? Send one of them home, I’m tired.” –Mae West (Hollywood Hoe) I don’t like people who gossip, I mean gossip is not gospel it’s idle and often untrue. I’m a security expert and recently I was hired to install a security system at a very popular nail…

CONFESSIONS OF A SUPERPREDATOR By BABYLON

In 1996, Hillary Clinton gave a speech to a mostly white college in New Hampshire, supporting the Violent Crime Control Law and Enforcement Act; Bill Clinton signed into law. The act included more community policing and expansion of the death penalty. Hillary Clinton referred to black youth as SUPERPREDATORS. The fear she planted led to…

Remedy for Flu & Colds

Did you know…80% of communicable diseases are transferred by touch? Alarming reports from the CDC warn nation of the very young dying from the flu. Just this past week in Washington, D.C. a young 10-year old boy caught the flu and died a few days later. On December 27, 2017 a 21-year old man suffering…

The Secret of Winning

“No star is ever lost we have seen, we always may be what we might have been.” –Adelaide Procter (English Poet) Today I wish to share the success secrets of winners and champions. The methods and habits I will share with you will help you magnify your thinking patterns. The difference between success and failure…

Southern Democrats … Anti-Civil Rights Legacy

“I say segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation for ever!” Democratic Governor of Alabama–George Wallace The picture is of Elizabeth Eckford outside Central High School in Little Rock in 1957. The other day I posted an essay on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and in my essay I made the claim that Dr. King was a…