Hate, Generalizations & Divisions

Forget the Labels - Jerry Beller Blog

I love certain kinds of people who happen to be brown, black, white, rural, urban, American, foreign, conservative, liberal, religious, atheist, etc.None of the above identifications tell us much, in and of itself, about character. I love honest, hard working, decent, compassionate, innovated, intelligent, rational people who come from every group I’ve listed, characterizations that […]

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Shut Up & Vote

Knight - End the Trump & Clinton rants

​Nobody has changed anybody’s mind for months, so stop pretending your daily social media rants about Trump or Clinton are saving the Republic. Like most crusades, yours isn’t holy.  Please end the Trump/Clinton posts. Nobody’s saving the Republic through daily partisan dribble on Facebook, Twitter, or social media. I suggest a quiet period spent brushing up […]

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Jerry Beller - Stop Trampling on the First Amendment

Political correctness (on all sides) prevents Americans and humans from conversing the way we need to about important issues. It seems every group of people operates like gangs whose primary purpose is to deny people their first amendment right to free speech. These packs of mind policers can’t stop pissing on the First Amendment. If […]

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Jerry Beller - Medical Books

One out of every six Americans dies from Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia. My mother died long after Alzheimer’s and dementia destroyed her personality and everything that made her a unique person. Click “PREVIEW” below book covers to read the first two chapters. ALZHEIMER’S & DEMENTIA Book SeriesAlready researching and writing books on natural prevention and sound […]

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White People, Black people, Brown People

Black, Brown & White - JB Blog

Everybody stop using “WHITE PEOPLE” or “BLACK PEOPLE” or “BROWN PEOPLE” unless what you’re talking about pertains to everybody who ever lived in one or the other race. It’s usually bigotry when somebody starts a sentence with “White People” or “Black People.” No race holds a monopoly on character, honesty, strength, courage, humanism, common sense; nor on […]

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