Monday, August 29, 2011

Republican Class Warfare

I can't say it any better than this. Finally someone has said in the public circle what I have been saying to my private circle (friends, family and address book cyber-friends) for the past few years.

Republicans claim they will protect Medicare and Social Security, but they want to reign in "Entitlements".

Republicans want to reduce taxes, but want to "Expand the Tax Base".

 Socialist Buffett - Class Warfare  &  Class Warfare v Poor People


(Video) Chris Brown’s VMA Performance @chrisbrown

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Bernie Sanders: The American People are Angry @SenatorSanders

Chuck D Notice - Know This (Otisremix)

Dr. Boyce Watkins of Syracuse University sat down with Chuck D at a Measuring the Movement forum. He said that “Chuck D In a spin-off to the new song “Otis,” he engages in a lyrical assault like no other, highlighting the fact that it’s not cool for West and Jay-Z to brag about how much money they waste.”

Friday, August 5, 2011

Vanilla Ices Denies Suge Held Him Over A Balcony, Says His Album Funded “The Chronic”

I’m sure you’ve all heard the story that surfaced back in the day about big, bad Suge Knight dangling poor Vanilla Ice over a balcony railing to force Ice to sign over some money to Suge. Well for those of you that do not know, when Ice shot to fame with his album The Extreme he signed a deal with Death Row CEO Suge Knight that would give Suge royalties from “Ice, Ice Baby” and in order for Suge to get Ice to sign over money he held him over a hotel balcony. Well fast-forward to 2011 Ice has now said nothing like that happened and Suge was a complete gentleman. I’m not too sure why someone would sign over royalties for their most popular song for no reason but who knows. Ice also said with the money Suge received from him he funded Dre’s classic, The Chronic, and the careers of Tupac and Snoop.

(Video) Jadakiss and Styles Explain How Their “Otis” Remix Came About