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Donald Trump – Perfect Candidate, Wrong Continent

By jerrybeller / October 14, 2015

Donald Trump – “Perfect candidate, but wrong continent.”  Trevor Noah puts his stamp on the Daily Show. DONALD TRUMP As Trevor Noah illustrates in the video, if you can’t laugh at Donald Trump, you probably are incapable of laughing.  As a comedian or writer, you have to love a character like Trump. Now don’t get […]

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We Want Solutions

By jerrybeller / October 14, 2015

We Want Solutions. Hey Partisans: Stop bashing the other side & start offering solutions to our problems. #bipartisanship #issues #solutions #2016 #politics WE WANT SOLUTIONS Instead of just bashing the other side, how about we start offering specific solutions to specific solutions. All both sides have accomplished with constantly bashing each other is convince a many of […]

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Bring Back the Big Movies to Jamaica

By jerrybeller / October 13, 2015

Bring Back the Big Movies to Jamaica. Everything from James Bond to the Mighty Quinn was once filmed in Jamaica. I’m working with Jamaican filmmakers, including some in the video, to bring the big productions back to the island. BRING BACK THE BIG MOVIES TO JAMAICA I played no role in the production of the […]

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THRILLER IN JAMAICA – A Political Thriller Novel

By jerrybeller / October 11, 2015

Thriller in Jamaica is book two in the Jamaica Series by Jerry Beller. THRILLER IN JAMAICA DESCRIPTION Seasoned veteran, Constable Brown reports for duty in the aftermath of Hurricane Gilbert to find anabandoned station. Rookie, Constable Johnson reports for duty even though this is his day off. A menacing and ruthless gang rises up in […]

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Authors versus Editors

By jerrybeller / September 30, 2015

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION Authors versus editors in the ultimate challenge. The authors of the world hereby challenge editors to an international game of lacrosse. Keep it clean and let the best profession win. Authors vs Editors: Game of the Century Why? You editors have been insulting us authors ever since near the beginning of human activity. […]

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PROGRESS – Be glad you live now!

By jerrybeller / September 29, 2015

Although you’d never know it by the media and political parties, we’ve made much progress as a human race. Before all sides growl, I concede we’ve got a long ways to go. Just a few areas of concern: There is still systematic racism and bigotry to eliminate. Genocide still occurs and must be eliminated. Inequality […]

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BLUE LAGOON – PROTECT IT!!!!

By jerrybeller / September 26, 2015

*This video is a documentary trying to save one of my favorite spots in #Jamaica. Urgent action is needed! The onslaught has continued, despite the efforts of activists such as those who made this documentary. BLUE LAGOON The Blue Lagoon is located the beautiful and secluded Portland Parish. Famous Past The Blue Lagoon is the […]

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SHOOTING STRAIGHT – ADVOCATING BIPARTISAN SOLUTIONS

By jerrybeller / September 25, 2015

SHOOTING STRAIGHT:Before the political season has officially begun, it is already in full gear. Recently, I’ve engaged people in social media about what I consider the important issues. I’ve challenged my liberal and conservative friends to search for common ground. Similar, I’ve attempted several times to inspire a respectful, calm, and overdue conversation about race […]

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The World could use Wayman Tisdale

By jerrybeller / September 23, 2015

Looking back Who was Wayman Tisdale? In today’s beat-yourself-on-the-chest for next to nothing athletes, it is easy to forget not so long ago there was a great basketball player named Wayman Tisdale who showed people how to act on and off the court. Wayman Tisdale was not just an athlete, but also a world-class jazz musician. […]

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HUMANITARIANS DO THE WORK

By jerrybeller / September 23, 2015

Why I love genuine humanitarians Almost always in obscurity, humanitarians work for the poor. Sometimes dangerous, dirty, foul, disgusting work, humanitarianism is not about preaching, but about doing. Humanitarianism is about crawling into the trenches, going into the rough neighborhoods or war zones, and placing others above self. Humanitarians don’t divide the world with talk, but […]

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