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TONY GERBER

By jerrybeller / November 19, 2015

UPDATED: September 3, 2017 Tony Gerber is a musician, songwriter, graphic artist, humanitarian, computer geek, husband, father, and one of my most valued friends. I lived in Nashville for a year or two between Washington DC and Jamaica. While in Nashville, I met an amazing group of songwriters, artists, authors, musicians, singers, filmmakers and some of […]

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Warpath

By jerrybeller / November 11, 2015

Warpath is an exciting end to the People of the Longhouse Series. After thoroughly enjoying the first three books in the series, I’ve looked forward to Warpath. It does not disappoint! Although the peacemaker who started it all has long disappeared, the Great League remains strong. The problem is the dynamics have changed with the […]

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OVERPOPULATION – Are we doomed?

By jerrybeller / November 10, 2015

Most everybody recognizes overpopulation as a major issue of our time. Is population growth out of control? Jerry Beller places it in historical context and confronts the realities. In the included BBC documentary, Hans Rosling challenges many conclusions people have formed about overpopulation. OVERPOPULATION – ARE WE DOOMED? At the beginning of the farming age, […]

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INEQUALITY – SHOCKING NUMBERS

By jerrybeller / November 5, 2015

For most of us, the worst case of inequality would be one percent of the world population owning 99 percent of the world’s wealth. It’s also a major focus of my upcoming book. INEQUALITY TREND New studies suggest we’re heading towards the worst-case scenario. One percent of the world’s population will soon own 99 percent of […]

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NOAM CHOMSKY INTERVIEW

By jerrybeller / November 4, 2015

There’s much to learn in the Noam Chomsky interview. He explains to Abby Martin the shift to the right in both political parties. He suggests it no longer matters what the public thinks, as major corporations and the richest Americans control our government. NOAM CHOMSKY INTERVIEW Noam Chomsky tells Abby Martin how the corporations have taken total […]

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INFINITY – Does the Universe go on Forever?

By jerrybeller / October 29, 2015

How can there be or not be an end to the universe? How can we possibly wrap our minds around the concept of infinity? The idea that we’re living in an impossible world has tortured my mind since I was a child. INFINITY Infinity has tortured every thinking person ever to live. Can this video […]

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SOCIAL MEDIA – LIKE ME, LIKE ME NOT

By jerrybeller / October 26, 2015

As if social media does not provide trolls and dimwits too many tools already, the latest idea is to add a dislike button to create a LIKE ME, LIKE ME NOT feature to every post. SOCIAL MEDIA LIKE ME, LIKE ME NOT The dislike button seems to be a Facebook idea at the moment, but we […]

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Trevor Noah Reviews Democratic Debate

By jerrybeller / October 21, 2015

Both informative and hilarious, the Daily show’s Trevor Noah reviews the first democratic Democratic Debate. As a fan of both Noah and the Daily Show, I’ve come to expect this type of commentary. Why do comedians do a better job of reporting than the mainstream media? Trevor Noah Reviews Democratic Debate I thought John Stewart […]

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COMMON GROUND – BIPARTISAN SOLUTIONS

By jerrybeller / October 20, 2015

I will post several blogs related to my Common Ground book series. Conservatives, liberals, moderates, democrats, republicans, independents, all races, all income groups, and types of Americans are invited to participate. COMMON GROUND I view the election as another opportunity to bring people together around common ground issues. We’ve been divided roughly since the Revolutionary […]

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Back to the Future – Why is 2015 so disappointing?

By jerrybeller / October 16, 2015

This hilarious parody of BACK TO THE FUTURE sends Marty to the real 2015. Remember 1985. We expected so much more of 2015 back then. BACK TO THE FUTURE – We expected so much more of 2015 In 1985, were we silly to expect major improvement in the human condition the next thirty years? We […]

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