Thursday, January 31, 2019

Songs I Need

Third Eye Blind - "Semi Charmed Life"

LLCoolJ - "Around Away Girl"

Jay-Z - "New York State of Mind"

Kanye West & Jay-Z featuring Frank Ocean - "No Church in the Wild"

Damien Rice - "Delicate"

Blues Traveler - "The Hook"

Three Dog Night - "Shambala"

William McDowell - "I Won't Go Back"

Ellie Paul - "The World Ain't Slowin Down"

Kurt Carr & The Kurt Carr Singers - "I've Seen Him Do It"

Forever Jones - "He Wants It All"

CeCe Winans - "Well, Alright"

AC/DC - "You Shook Me All Night Long"

Bobby Jones ft. Faith - "Rejoice With Me"

Wye Oak - "Civilian"

The Cars - "Just What I Needed"

Erica Campbell ft. Lecre - "Help"

Pusicfier - "The Mission"

M.I.A. - "Paper Planes"

Belief & Karniege - "Watchu Want"

Cypress Hill - "When The Sh-- Goes Down"

Tai Bachman - "She's So High"

J.A.E. - "Use Me"

Ryan Young - "To Be Young"

Fred Hammond - "They That Wait"

John P. Kee & New Life - "Life and Favor"

Metallica - "For Whom the Bell Tolls"

The Heavy - "Short Change Hero"

William Murphy - "It's Working"

Anthony Brown & Group Therapy - "Testimony"

The Clark Sisters - "You Brought The Sunshine"

The Moody Blues - "Nights in White Satin"

The Heavy - "How You Like Me Now"

The Smashing Pumpkins - "The Beginning Is The End Is The Beginning"

Hezekiah Walker - "Clean Inside"

The Rolling Stones - "Street Fighting Man"

Jamie Grace - "Beautiful Day"

Uncle Reese - "Until I Pass Out"

Ben Nichols - "The Last Pale Light In The West"

Mariah Carey - "Almost Home"

Johnnyswim - "Don't Keep Heaven Busy"

Creedence Clearwater - "Have Ever You Seen The Rain?"

Miles Davis - "Changes"

Petula Clark - "Downtown"

Andrea Bocelli & Sarah Brightman - "Time To Say Goodbye"

Otis Redding - "These Arms of Mine"

Slim Smith & The Uniques - "My Conversation"

Tuesday, December 04, 2018

The Media Would Like You To Believe That George HW Bush's Biggest Mistake Was His, "No New Taxes" Remark.

Thursday, October 25, 2018

NBC's Meygn Kelly Apparently Didn't Know About the History of Blackface and Minstrel Shows Until This Week

Thursday, October 18, 2018

After Hanging Out With Her "Partner In Crime," Michelle Obama Goes Back to Attacking His Party.

It's good to see that former 1st Lady Michelle Obama is urging voters to participate in this upcoming midterm election.

It's disturbing to know that former President George W. Bush was calling wavering Senate Republicans about their Supreme court vote.

It's confusing that Michelle Obama and George W. Bush get along the way they do, considering their opposing political views.


Because not too long before Michelle Obama started talking about why we should give "strangers power over our lives," Bush was convincing elected officials that someone who (allegedly) asserted his power over someone and consequentially wrecked her life would make an awesome judge over the most important issues facing America. 

 Basically it's the Team Politics Problem: for them and others like them, this is a game where there are predominately two sides (Democrat and Republican) and they take turns running our government. They play the game until an election, then they go back to their comfortable lives. While what either party does can have massive ramifications to the average American,  people like the Obamas and the Bushes are completely insulated.

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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

It's Their Calling Card

White women seem to be calling the police on black people (mostly men) at a very noticeable rate. Most time, it for the most mundane actions. Is it a race thing or a power thing?

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Saturday, September 29, 2018

All Things Cosby

Friday, September 21, 2018

Apparently, Blog Posts = News Articles When You Are Trying to Support Your Political Friends

As honored as I would be for someone to link here as if this was the Washington Post or LA Times, those institutions are mostly made up of journalists and I'm not one.

So why do I bring this up? TYT explains.

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Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Run on Behalf of the People, and You Can Get Elected

So Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez beat the odds and won the primary from incumbent Joe Crowley.

While everyone from CNN to Fox News tries to make this about Ocasio-Cortez's age, gender, race or experience, I believe it came down to two important things: (1) she currently lives in the district than she was running for (Crowley is currently residing in Virginia) and (2) she was running on a populist platform.

The second point will most likely be overlooked by the pundits and even some self-proclaimed left-leaning groups, mainly because Crowley was in line to replace Nancy Pelosi (if/when she retired) as one of the major mover and shakers of the Democratic Party. But no one should dismiss that because Ocasio-Cortez kept on message and funneled her progressive policies through populist lenses (people forget that Trump also ran on a populist message) she was able to make inroads and get votes that normal newcomers usually fail to acquire.

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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Around the Internets

  1. (TheRoot): People like Sean Hannity are the real welfare queens.
  2. (Gizmodo): Do trust everything you see and hear in a video. 
  3. (SocialSecurityWorks): The GOP-led Congress almost wiped our surplus clean.
  4. (JimmyDore): CNN is about to get sued. 

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Wednesday, April 11, 2018

When Capitalism Meets Law Enforcement... get people like Sheriff Donny Youngblood of Kern County, California, who advocates shooting to kill instead of shooting to wound because it's more cost effective in the long run. As opposed to say, making sure that you're shooting the right person in the first place.

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