Eric Hackley interviews well-known playwright, poet, activist and Vietnam veteran Charles Augusta Jones about his experiences in the Vietnam War.
It’s a pleasure to be back here on Hackonomics. You know, the last time I was here on Hackonomics, I was an angrier young man because I was pretty much fed up with these systems that people fall prey to. And, what you’re gonna find is that people choose the systems of governmrnt religion, entertainment, education.
I count it a blessing to be here today. I did not come here to speak. I’m just here as an observer. I was touched by the lady that gave a grand testimony on how All Mighty God delivers. I was also dazzled by the brother who got up and expressed the effort to end Willie Lynch and all the practitioners of this diabolical scheme against human beings.
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Eric Hackley presents the Rev. Charles Martin, to “share with you my personal experience in the hope that through the illustration of my life, someone may glean some information that would contribute to their life and help them to see that it is possible to overcome difficult and challenging situations in life.”
I’m Ty Causey and I’m happy to come to you in Frost Illustrated as always and I want all of you to know that the American Legion Post 148 is very special to me. The Legion is one of the first places where I really started performing with my live band and it felt great.