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Beanie Baby Justice – The Light and The Heavy of the Jail Sentence

Posted February 7, 2014 by Hermene Hartman

I am not a lawyer.  I am confused, John Q. Public. It seems to me that America has a double standard of justice. There is an adage stating that when you go to court you don’t know how you are coming out.  Does it depend on the lawyer?  Does it depend on the crime?  Does it depend […]

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Chicago State is the Right Place for The President Obama Library

Posted January 30, 2014 by Hermene Hartman

The Presidential Library is definitely coming to Chicago. Mayor Rahm Emanuel wants a unified effort instead of scattered sources going after it and we miss it. Other cities vying are Hawaii and New York. The President loves Hawaii, it is where he spent his childhood years and he lived in New York as an undergraduate. […]

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The King Voice

Posted January 16, 2014 by Hermene Hartman

 *Featured image courtesy of popularresistance.org.   Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was born some 85 years ago on January 15th. He lived a brief purposeful life.  Born in Atlanta, Georgia and assassinated in Memphis in 1968, he died at the too early age of 39. He transformed America and today we still live his effects. […]

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