Complimentary Coffee TODAY ONLY for National Coffee Day & FINAL HOURS before Launch on October 1st

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Good Sunday Morning!

Wake Up and Smell the Coffee
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Today is the final day to “WAKE UP and Smell the Coffee”. for the launch party on Tuesday, October 1, 2013 from 9-11pm EDT accessible from your computer.
Strategies on saving hundreds of dollars monthly, enhancing your current income and simplifying your life will be presented by successful entrepreneurs who have implemented these simple yet common sense tips that most people are not privy to.
There is “no cost” to attend the October 1st E-vent.  This E-vent is ONLY available to invited “preferred” guests.  Your request must be received by 12 noon Monday, September 30, 2013.    
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For those of you that have already received your invitations there is no need to reply again for an invitation.
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When it Rains; DuBose & DuBose says “Save & Compound the Rainwater”

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Hello Everyone:
Two months ago; I wrote a blog on DuBose & DuBose (link below).   I came across this fabulous picture of Reney andMarti DuBose white water rafting.
The photo is from Reney DuBose’s page on Facebook.  He has one of the best Facebook pages I’ve seen.
As a respected credit attorney; Reney DuBose, Esq. combines legal tips and valuable informational videos on “How to Improve Your Credit” along with family photos.
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Did You Know?
The average American household debt is $8,000.  Generally speaking; many households can improve their credit to qualify for a home, become credit worthy to gain employment or to become qualified to bid on government and business contracts within six to eight months.
Please Note:  Some credit improvement situations can take less time and some will require more time due to each situation being different with multiple variables; including amount of household or business debt and other factors that DuBose & DuBose at: www.getcreditinformation.com can expertly answer.
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Yet, Another…..!

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Everyone:

Yet, another mass Murder!
Yet, another bully Taunts!
Yet, another domestic Assault!
Yet, another robbery Attempt!
Yet, another embezzler Exposed!
Yet, another drunk Maims!
Yet, we look away Again!
a race you'll never win.
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Movie Trailer Winnie Mandela — Showing now at your local threatre

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Good Evening::

I saw the movie Winnie Mandela last Saturday and I encourage everyone to see it this weekend.
Selected by the Toronto Film Festival in 2011 when it released in South Africa in 2011; Winnie Mandela opened in limited release last weekend in America.
Jennifer Hudson, academy award winning actress portrays Winnie and Terrance Howard, academy award nominee actor portrays Nelson.  Bishop J.D. Jakes is the producer.
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Susan Rice, National Security Advisor has the last Laugh

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Hello Everyone:

The following paragraph is from Susan Rice’s biography.
“Rice had coveted the post of National Security Advisor, which instead went to retired United States Marine Corps General, James L. Jones, and she and most of Obama’s original foreign policy team were disappointed that they were not picked for the top posts in Obama’s administration.”  Susan Elizabeth Rice’s Bio
I believe Susan Elizabeth Rice is having the last laugh.
I always did like Ms. Rice when I first heard her speak upon becoming President Obama’s Ambassador at the State Department in 2009.
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While some people are often surprised by her Brilliance, Bluntness and Beauty; I believe she is mainly criticized like most accomplished woman–think former Secretary of State Hillary Rodam Clinton, legendary singer, actress, film director Barbra Streisand and First Lady Michelle Obama.  
Let’s be clear; this Rhodes Scholar is a live action heroine working and making a real difference in a dangerous world and career that most of us gladly view from our armchairs while watching TV with a cold drink.
The video below of Ms. Rice speaking regarding the Syria situation was given the day before President Obama delivered his remarks on Syria.  I planned on watching just the first 10 minutes; however, I was impressed by Ms. Rice’s eloquent directness in masterfully explaining the unfolding Syria situation and more importantly her commanding presence that I ended up watching  the entire speech.  “Click on” her photo or the title above her picture that says “Remarks by…” to view.
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“…of our power not simply to bear witness, but also to act.”….What Raoul Wallenberg Can Teach Us About Syria

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Shanah Tovah!

(Have a Good Year)
Rosh Hashanah – Sept. 4 – 6, 2013

President Obama participates in an event at the Great Synagogue in Stockholm honoring Raoul Wallenberg, a Swedish diplomat and honorary U.S. citizen who worked courageously to save lives while serving as Sweden’s special envoy in Budapest during World War II.  View the 7 minute video below for the president’s remarks.

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What Raoul Wallenberg Can Teach Us About Syria

During his brief stopover in Stockholm today, President Obama made a symbolic visit to the city’s Great Synagogue to pay tribute to the great Swedish hero, Raoul Wallenberg. We are pleased he did that. Also, it is important to know: Raoul Wallenberg was not a Jew. He was a Protestant, but with strong values of humanity and responsibility for his fellow humans.

In his address before the synagogue on the eve of the Jewish New Year Rosh Hashanah, Obama made a vivid point by drawing parallels between the Swedish diplomat who saved the lives of thousands of Hungarian Jews during World War II and the need for international intervention to save lives in present-day Syria. In the words of the president, Raoul Wallenberg’s actions should serve as a reminder “of our power not simply to bear witness, but also to act.”

Raoul Wallenberg might have been active in Budapest (one of the authors grew up in the very district where he was setting up his “protected” houses). Still, Wallenberg is a universal hero; his message reverberates after 70 years.

Indeed, the legacy of Raoul Wallenberg is evermore relevant. His experience during the darkest days of the war shows the need for courage and action amidst evil and violence. Acting on his own initiative, facing all odds, Raoul Wallenberg managed to save tens of thousands of the remaining Hungarian Jews from perishing in the Holocaust through providing them with protective Swedish passports, hiding them in his “houses.” In doing so, he attracted not only criticism from his peers but also risked his own life. Wallenberg did not consult his superiors; he did not wait for instructions or approval: He took the decision and acted.

As one eyewitness of the trains loaded with Jews departing Budapest for Auschwitz recounted:

… [Wallenberg] climbed up on the roof of the train and began handing in protective passes through the doors which were not yet sealed. He ignored orders from the Germans for him to get down, [they] began shooting and shouting at him to go away. He ignored them and calmly continued handing out passports to the hands that were reaching out for them…After Wallenberg had handed over the last of the passports he ordered all those who had one to leave the train and walk to the caravan of cars parked nearby, all marked in Swedish colors…[T]he Germans and Arrow Cross were so dumbfounded they let him get away with it.

Wallenberg’s bravery and steadfast determination to save lives lies in stark contrast to the current debate going on inside the Congress, the hesitation over whether or not to intervene in Syria. While the latest reports of the Assad regime using chemical weapons against its own citizens are alarming in and by themselves and worthy of retaliation, we must not overlook the fact that the Syrian civil war has already cost 100,000 lives and given rise to more than 2 million refugees.

While some members of Congress are right in pointing out that military strikes against the Assad regime are a risky enterprise that would certainly come with high political costs, the alternative of standing idly by is unacceptable for the country that prides itself as being the moral leader of the world. The same Congress that as recently as last year awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor to Raoul Wallenberg must today pay heed to his example.

As the president reiterated during his Stockholm visit, the credibility of the U.S. and the international community (i.e. the “democratic and free world”) is at stake here. Those who oppose some kind of intervention in Syria must answer the following question: What to do about the ongoing atrocities occurring there? As Raoul Wallenberg illustrated — ultimately with his own life, dying in a Russian prison — it is not enough to simply oppose violence; one must also actively pursue peace.

It is a good thing that Obama made this speech in Sweden, a small European country that is an important member of the European Union. It is important for Europeans to understand that once and again, the United States is taking upon itself the burden of acting on behalf of the civilized, free world. Europe is not doing itself a favor by shying away from the same action it is expecting from the Americans. Because whatever the public argument, most Europeans feel that something must be done. The message Obama delivered, and the arguments we are making here, are not just directed against Congress. It is a message for Europeans and Americans, politicians, intellectuals and simple citizens alike. Given that Syria is in Europe’s backyard, it should shoulder the burden of intervention as well as the rebuilding of a free Syria.

Walking through the halls of the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, some of the most striking pieces on exhibition are the documents related to the inaction of the United States and its allies to bomb the death camps. Millions of Jews could have been saved. Indeed, military action is a terrible thing and should always be the last course of action. However, inaction to fight back evil is something that can haunt democracies forever. Obama deserves all the support he can get. Taking the tough road of military action, however painful it is, is the least bad of all the bad options on the table right now.

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“Don’t Mess with Bill….”

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LITTLE ROCK, ARK. – Former President Bill Clinton, recruited by the White House to explain the misunderstood health law, is looking to play Obamacare peacemaker.

In a highly-anticipated speech from his presidential library, Clinton challenged Republicans to finally work with Democrats to improve on President Barack Obama’s signature domestic achievement instead of constantly trying to undermine it..For more; click on following link

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Note:  In this 50 minute speech; Mr. Clinton covers some of the history, programs, statistics and the positive economic impact the Affordable Health Act will have on the American economy.  It’s noted that there is a lot of information which is mostly delivered in a factual speech with humor laced throughout and a message to for the GOP which has sought repeatedly to confuse people and is still in denial.
However, the most important thing to remember are the benefits for US citizens who will finally have access toHealth Care insurance; thereby, increasing the quality of their life, the lives of their families which in turn makes enhances the community and enriches the nation with productive and healthier citizens.
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One Year Ago
It was one year ago, September 5, 2012 that Bill Clinton brought the house down at the Democratic National Convention in 49 minute talk about why President Obama should be re-elected and the differences between the GOP’s non-existent platform and what the platform of the Democratic party is.
With the audience applauding and  “on fire” it was classic Bill.  In other words; “Don’t mess with Bill”   
Health Care:
If you just want to hear the Health Care reasons–fast forward to the 28 minute mark which Bill covers in 10 minutes.
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PS:  It’s YOGA month and many of you have requested your “Free” week of YOGA classes in your area.
If you would still like to attend this month; REPLY  by COB, Friday, September 6, 2013 in the subject line:YOGA Classes.
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