Monthly Archives: December 2010

Rest in Peace, Teena Marie (aka Mary Christine Brockert)

Condolences to Teena Marie’s family and friends. The roller coaster with Rick James. The legal fight that led to the Brockert Initiative. A complex life, well lived. Continue reading

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Merry Christmas, Happy Kwanzaa …

Heck happy holidays. Enjoy an image from artist Hsinping Pao. Continue reading

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The Federal Reserve Audit

Lo and behold, the audit of the Federal Reserve reveals that TARP is the least of it. Worth a close, slow and careful read. You don’t have to wonder about where your money’s going. Just don’t opt out of looking at info someone fought and fought hard for you to get. Continue reading

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In G-d We Trust

African Americans and Latinos are much more vulnerable to fraud than other ethnic groups. But we’re certainly not the only vulnerable ones. Continue reading

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Acting

Ego, divahood, drama – so what? A great actor can do things ordinary mortals can’t. Continue reading

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Ride or Die: Rethinking Your Framework

The ride or die philosophy is noble. But you can’t bring values from one framework into another and just assume that they will work in another. Continue reading

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The Most Disappointing Thing

The reaction of the Obama team to WikiLeaks is beyond sad. It will, no doubt, leave a legacy of shame. Continue reading

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