Location: Long Valley, New Jersey, United States

Born and raised in Northern New Jersey and licensed to practice Chiropractic since 1968 (48 years) in Florida and New Jersey, Go to,, Experienced: as an advocate in family law for over 12 years being involved with about 8,000 people by phone, in writing or personally and also as a member of the State of New Jersey Commission on Child Support from 1984-1986; with land surveying for 10 years; with the limosine business for 21 years; and with the promotions,conventions and conference planning business for over 40 year; and as a producer in the theater in the later part of the 1970's. At the present time in the process of writing books :(1) about the legal system;(2) about the fathers' rights movement; (3) about the limousine business; (4) my insights; (5) Chiropractic (6)survival comple . Litigated with lawyers and Pro Se. Over the past 40 years litigated Pro Se in the State and Federal Courts many times on numerous issues. The only place not argued Pro Se is the United States Supreme Court.

Saturday, November 28, 2009


This time of the year, Thanksgiving, is a little difficult for me as my second wife, Mimi, past away on that day because of a WRONGFUL DEATH.

But, on thinking back, I also thought of something that happened when I was 36 years old. I was in a restaurant this past week-end and was talking to a gentleman who was perhaps in his early 30s and owned the restaurant. During the conversation the topic of Love came up and I told him it is important to tell his mother he loves her as much as he can.

I gave an example of me being 36 years old, practicing Chiropractic in Lincoln Park, New Jersey.
One of my patients was in his early sixties and said to me one day. "Have you ever told your father you love him?" My answer was that my father was very strong willed person and I didn't know how he would take it. He said "What are you waiting for him to be in a box, tell him." That comment was like a ton of bricks falling on my head.

One day not to long after I was over my Mom And Dad's house sitting in the living room with my Dad while my Mom was in the kitchen. After a period of time I said to my Dad, "Dad I have never told you this but I love you."

He was stunned and immediately said to me, "Are you alright do you need money?" I said "no, but I realize I have never told you I love you and I wanted you to know."

He behaved as though nothing had happened. But, about a week later a couple of my patients came into my office and told me that my Dad told all of them in the luncheonette where he use to stop in the morning for coffee and a newspaper. He told them he was waiting for years to hear me say "I love you".

I thought he knew I loved him by just being his youngest son, working with him and doing what he said, but, apparently hearing was more important to him than I thought.

So, at this most sensitive and emotional time of the year for many people of all ages, nationalities and religions, if you feel it say it, -I love you-, and both you and the person it is being said to will be enlightened