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Hardy L. Brown

Do as I Say Not as I Do

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“Do as I say not as I do." The expression has been around for some time, I'm sure many of you have had someone tell you that. It usually is said when the person has been caught in a contradiction of their action with their statements made.

What to do with our older prison population?

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In January Cheryl, my wife, had a conversation with Robert Presley, former senator and current Secretary of the state’s Youth and Adult Correctional Agency.

2 Willies Getting Things Done

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It seems like life brings them in pairs: there was Martin and Malcolm, ‘Kennedy and Kennedy,’ Truth and Tubman, etc. It gets your attention because all of the twosomes seem to have a mission of trying to make this world a better place.

God Bless The Child That’s Got Its Own

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“Mama may have, Papa may have, but God Bless the Child that’s got his own,” was a song repeated over and over again in the Black community.

Politics Makes Strange Bedfellows

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If you have been active in or been around politics for any period of time, I'm sure you are familiar with the phrase "politics makes strange bedfellows".

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