April 20, 2010

Racism in the Tea Party?

Check out this video interview of black tea party sympathizers answering the charges that the tea party movement is a racist club for whites only. I agree with the very last commenter in the video when he says he's not affiliated with the tea party but can support them. I personally wouldn't attend one of those protests any time soon but I'm glad they are opposing the ObamaBush regime in anyway they can.

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March 05, 2010

Ghostface and Raekwon Massacre Miranda

By the end of this month we'll be blessed with another Wu-tang banger. If you haven't already heard the buzz, seen the trailers, or peeped any of the first singles - you are missing out. I looks like this decade the Wu are going to clean up with back-to-back albums of classic hip hop material. All it took was for them to return to "underdog" status to instill that hunger in them that results in crazy tracks like "Miranda".

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March 02, 2010

Pray for Guru from Gangstar

From StraightBario.com:
Guru, 43 year old named Keith Elam; a rapper from the pioneering hip-hop group Gang Starr, is in a coma after suffering a heart attack over the weekend; DJ Premier, the other half of Gang Starr, first confirmed the news on his Sirius Satellte Radio Show Sunday

Guru underwent surgery today in a New York City hospital. We are praying for his quick recovery.

This is crazy news! I'm a huge fan of Gangstarr and always look forward for Guru and Preem to bless us with their next musical chapter. Pray for the best.

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February 11, 2010

Raychesta not a fan of victim-less crimes

This is a very tight video and track from Raychesta, who normally raps faster than Twista on his songs. The gist of the track is that he was harassed and detained with real criminals and violent offenders for a "victim-less" crime that he committed.
Again, the reason the jails are overcrowded and our court system is backed up is because people who smoke pot or are caught harming themselves, are bunched in with rapists, murderers, thieves, vandals and all sorts of goons who violated real property rights.

Basically, let people get high, drunk and crunk in peace.

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February 06, 2010

More Raw Footage from Haiti

This clip was filmed from the perspective of the Haitians who are coping with the aftermath of the deadly quake. In this clip you can see that people are still living in makeshift tents - exposed to the elements and still facing the danger of the crumbling buildings collapsing even more. Please keep Haiti in your thoughts, prayers and donations.


January 26, 2010

Videos from Haiti showing Relief Efforts

These two videos offer the unbiased perspective of volunteers on the ground helping the people of Haiti who are in desperate need. There are so many government road-blocks, both figurative and political, that are hampering the efforts of these non-government volunteers. More clips will follow!

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January 22, 2010

The real Unemployment Number

I could not have put it better myself. The government has been playing loose with the official statistics they release on employment, inflation, GDP, (etc) for decades. Those goons can't even be trusted with the simple task of "counting".


January 15, 2010

Anarchy brings relief to Haiti

Down here in South Florida I was able to help PrimeTime Amusements in their efforts to collect supplies for the victims in Haiti. The entire operation was spontaneous and state-less (that's the anarchist part). There was ZERO government aid or involvement from start to finish, from donations collected in South Beach to aid distributed in Haiti.

The only contact with any government agents was them wondering whether or not to shut us down. But, after seeing so many volunteers working around-the-clock, dozens of News cameras swarming the location for interviews and footage and literally truck-after-truck filled to the brim with supplies, the goons backed off. The next day the Miami Beach police even volunteered to BRING people to our site to drop off supplies (maybe you can call that Government aid, but I think the lady cop was acting out of the kindness of her heart)!

After we collected in South Beach, the trucks drove to the Opa Locka airport where Turnberry Aviation volunteered to fly the supplies directly to Port Au Prince, Haiti. There a group of University of Miami Doctors headed by Dr. Barth Green will distribute the supplies.

Its an amazing experience so far and we will be collecting supplies until Monday, January 18th. If you live in South Florida, stop on by or do whatever it takes to make a difference in the lives of the victims in Haiti. This experience proves that we don't need politics or the State to help those in need.

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