Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Bill is real. His love for Hillary is real. He was in love before she realized he was really taken by her.

His importance of Hillary never diminished, in his life and that of her professional life. He admired her abilities and recognized the leader she was.

He honored her tonight.

Black women needs escorts through their jail process to maintain them alive and not distressed about the future.

Black women in America are unique in society. They are often the healers and the councilors to others. When they make a mistake there can be many reasons why the incident becomes bigger than their life. Black women have the burden of living a perfect life, because, others look to them for strength.

When Black women lose their freedom for whatever reason they do, they are usually the sole income to a household. They can also be alone in that capacity. They can easily fall into despair when faced with a mistake as occurred with Sandra Bland. Her arrest was more than she could bear.

Besides the reality of the difference in Black women's lives and how they move through life, there is the question about these deaths. Six deaths of Black women in one month while in the custody of police isn't bad enough, there is no trace as to why they are dead.

The system has to address the issues of Black women in a way that resolves their conflict at the time of these obvious and dangerous mistakes.

There is no additional infrastructure needed. There is a social worker on the staff of hospitals 24 hours a day, 365 days a week. There is no reason for their desperation if they were provided a way of resolving conflict in their lives at that moment. It gives another person a chance to document the event that brought them to police custody as well.

May 4, 2016
By Candice Norwood

...This is a moving point (click here) that puts black women at the center of the ongoing police brutality debates. Reed-Veal's own daughter was taken into custody on July 10, 2015, following an argument over a minor traffic violation in Texas. Three days later she was found dead in her jail cell, and the county coroner classified her death as a suicide.
A grand jury chose not to indict anyone in her death, but Bland's name rang out in the streets and on social media channels, prompting the viral hashtags #IfIDieInPoliceCustody and #WhatHappenedToSandraBland.
But as Reed-Veal noted, there are many black women whose final hours in police custody remain mysterious. The women, who, like Bland, died in July 2015, include:
  • Kindra Chapman, 18, July 14: Chapman was arrested in Alabama after allegedly stealing a cellphone. She was found dead less than two hours after being placed in a cell. Her death was also ruled a suicide.
  • Alexis McGovern, 28, July 17: McGovern died while in custody at the St. Louis City Justice Center. Officials say the woman experienced a "medical emergency" shortly before her scheduled release and was taken to the medical infirmary. McGovern was later pronounced dead. Though she was not black, her death has been memorialized by local activists concerned with treatment and safety in jails and prisons.
  • Joyce Curnell, 50, July 22: Curnell was arrested for shoplifting in South Carolina and detained in a Charleston County jail. She had been taken to a hospital for a medical issue before being transported to the jail. The next day she was found dead.
  • Ralkina Jones, 37, July 26: That Friday, the Cleveland, Ohio, mother was arrested following a domestic dispute with her husband. On Saturday Jones was reportedly treated for several medical issues in the hospital. Hospital attendants evaluated and released Jones that same night, but by 7:30 am the next day she was found dead in her cell.
  • Raynette Turner, 43, July 27: Turner was found dead in her holding cell while waiting to be arraigned for shoplifting. The day before, Turner reportedly complained about not feeling well and was taken to a medical center, but was later returned to her cell. She left behind eight children and a husband of 23 years.
There have been efforts to track incidents of police brutality against black women, though an exact figure has yet to be determined. Still, a number of publicized altercations between black women and police highlight a disturbing problem. Most notably in January, a former Oklahoma City officer was convicted of raping and sexually assaulting eight black women while on duty — though he was accused by 13 different women....

"We all knew she could do it."

There doesn't have to be a motive when mimics commit crime. They just want to kill for maximum impact on the country.

July 25, 2016
By Stephanie Allen

Police identified (click here) a 14-year-old boy and 18-year-old man as the two killed Monday morning in a shooting that left more than 14 others injured outside a Fort Myers nightclub.
Club Blu on Evans Avenue, a few miles south of the city’s downtown area, was hosting a “Swimsuit Glow Party” for middle and high school students. The event had just wrapped up when the shooting started about 12:30 a.m.
Fort Myers police said the shooting is not terrorism-related.
Detectives were questioning three people possibly connected and working to determine a possible motive.
The two people killed were identified as Sean Archilles, 14, and Stef’an Strawder, 18.
None of the other victims’ names have been released. Their injuries ranged from minor to life-threatening, police said....

The more I think about it....

...there are lots of lessons as to the stark difference between the economy of Bill Clinton and the one of "W". 

Supply side economics destroyed most if not all those new millionaires under the Bill Clinton administration.

The Bernie supporters need to reflect on years before their time. Many are young people and have the right idea about their lives, but, they also need a lesson about economics they did not witness.

"W" was about big box stores. The more merchandise they could import from China and India the cheaper the products and the more small businesses were destroyed. 

Republicans like to say they are all about small businesses, but, they aren't. They actually make it far more difficult for local economies to survive. Then the American people find themselves in the breach when Wall Street collapses from it's "Bull Hubris." 

2008 will occur all over again. The economy will be handed over to Wall Street again and the people who found their way into small businesses and burgeoning millionaires or multi-millionaires will watch their business disappear to cheap imports again. It is all the Republicans know. They know nothing about microeconomics. They simply invite Wall Street into the White House, or literally into the US Treasury as a Secretary and ask what do you need to improve the economy?

Bill Clinton created a far more vibrant economy by inviting other countries to come and visit the USA. The Small Business Administration was open and it provided a platform for those interested in having and attending to their own business. 

Supply side economics. That is what will result if Hillary Clinton is not supported into the White House and the "W" economy will be back again.

Think about it. That is all I ask. Just think about. 

Vote your best interest. It is okay if your conscience bothers you a bit going into that voting booth. It isn't Bernie. But, that doesn't mean Bernie's supporters lost their power to create the country they want. They have to have the right people in place to make that happen.

Make the country perform. Don't make mistakes that cause adversity in the long wrong. A voting booth is no place for anger. A voting booth is where you take your power seriously and vote your best interest.

I have faith in Bernie's people. They need to start on the next candidate they will promote. They harnessed the system, now make it run.