Damn I missed this..but its timeless..Ya gotta love Biz Markie.. because he always flips his signature song ‘Just a Friend‘ song.. I have him on tape re-doing this song about electing Barack Obama.. I ain’t mad at him.. This Earth day song remix is cool
Sad news Dj Hideo passed away 2day after his 62 week battle w/colon-liver cancer keep his family and friends in ur prayers…
This has been a sad week indeed.. we lost a few legends.. Guru, Dr Dorothy Height, Benjamin Hooks and now Hideo..He was a solid, down to earth, engaging dude who fought his cancer with strength where he exuded love..
lets appreciate life..Please visit his website and show love..http://www.djhideo.com/
In the wake of Arizona passing what amounts to an Apartheid style anti-immigrant bill Zack de La Roca from Rage Against the Machine speaks out. He lets folks know just how bad this bill is and what we should be doing…For Zack this is not his first time speaking to the immigration battles in Arizona. It was just a few months ago (january 16th that Zack was present at a March which was broken up by police..
Rep. Raul Grijalva closes Tucson office after death threats
The Arizona Democrat had called for a boycott of the state over its harsh new immigration law
WASHINGTON — Rep. Raúl Grijalva, D-Ariz., closed down his Tucson and Yuma district offices Friday afternoon, after a man called the Tucson office twice threatening to “come in there and blow everybody’s head off,” and then go to the U.S.-Mexico border to “shoot any Mexicans that try to come across,” an aide says.
Grijalva, the co-chairman of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, had been very critical of Arizona’s harsh new immigration law, which would require law enforcement authorities to check the immigration status of anyone they suspect isn’t in the country legally. That could, needless to say, lead to significant racial profiling and harassment in Arizona, where 30 percent of the population is of Hispanic origin. Grijalva called for conventions to boycott Arizona until the law is defeated or, if signed by Gov. Jan Brewer, overturned. (UPDATE: Brewer signed the bill into law Friday afternoon.)
“Just as professional athletes refused to recognize Arizona until it recognized Martin Luther King Jr., we are calling on organizations not to schedule conventions and conferences in Arizona until it recognizes civil rights and the meaning of due process,” he said Thursday.
So the calls Friday morning left staffers feeling uncomfortable, spokesman Adam Sarvana said. The offices were closed as a precaution, and are set to open Monday as planned. The FBI is investigating the threats.