Saturday, February 28, 2009

Friday, February 27, 2009


We go hard!(?)

New flava in ya ear!

Bow Wow.

Ohio Go Stoopid.


"Waitin' for you!"

Channel Cruise.

1/My Girls/Animal Collective
3/Sea Legs/The Shins
4/Shake That/Spank Rock & Benny Blanco
6/Blame It/Jamie Foxx feat T-Pain [I hate to say it, but I think this is my new favorite song. And have you seen the video? Jokes.]
7/Southern Hospitality/Ludacris
8/Bad Intentions/Dr. Dre feat. Knocturnal
9/I Need a Girl Pt. 2/Diddy feat. Ginuwine and Mario Winans
10/Therapy/T-Pain feat. Kanye West

Get a playlist! Standalone player Get Ringtones

I Refuse.

Lil Wayne.

Prom Queen.

A Teaser.

The Wire.


I Used To Get It In Ohio.

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Dear Young Jeezy,

You ain't Beyonce. Quit making videos from this album already, DAMN!...

Ladies and Gentlemen I present to you Young Jeezy in (a Belvedere Vodka-commissioned video [real talk]),


Pop Champagne!

[ED. NOTE: Okay, so I can actually mess with this Sir Jeezy. I think it's the beat.]


FILE UNDER: Oh Word?/POLITICS: So Fucking Disco!

"And I know you're gettin' bored, dealin' with him!"

  • POLITICO: BEN SMITH'S BLOG: Steele offers Jindal 'slum love'
  • In Treatment.

    FILE UNDER: Words/Oh Word?/For Your Consideration.

    A Moment of Clarity.

  • NEWSWEEK: America’s New Shrink
  • Feedback.

    FILE UNDER: A Moment of Clarity/POLITICS: So Fucking Disco!


  • LATE NIGHT WITH JIMMY FALLON: The Jack McBrayer Response To The Internet Response To The Republican Response To The President's Address To Congress
  • Da Art of Storytelling.

    FILE UNDER: Words/POLITICS: So Fucking Disco!

    "Round and round, round we go!"

    One more chance? Maybe he needs one more chance? Amelie Gillette reports:

    "...maybe Jindal was thrown off by the pressure of speaking before a national audience—and one that wasn't sitting on carpet squares in a semi-circle. Also, he forgot to change into his cardigan as he walked out to the porch, a comforting sartorial shift for both himself and the viewer. Perhaps he would have performed better if the response were produced with a little more panache: maybe opening with a woman looking into her empty wallet and frowning, followed by a shot of a man in line at the grocery store struggling with a stack of coupons as Jindal's voiceover intones, "Economy got you down? Wondering where your bail-out is?" before cutting to a shot of Jindal sitting at his desk, "Well do I have a deal for you! Hi! I'm Bobby Jindal, Governor of Louisiana...""


  • THE A.V. CLUB: THE HATER: Bobby Jindal Comes From A Distant Land, And, One Time, He Went To The Grocery Store With His Dad
  • Wednesday, February 25, 2009

    In the words of Mary J. Blige...

    "Material Things Don't Mean Nothin' to Me!"


    Spotted over at
  • Crunk + Disorderly. That's what's up!

    New flava in ya ear!


    I Used To Get It In Ohio.

    When the Levee Broke.

    FILE UNDER: Words/Oh Word?/POLITICS: So Fucking Disco!

    Live from Congress?

    "...Basically, the political philosophy of the GOP right now seems to consist of snickering at stuff that they think sounds funny. The party of ideas has become the party of Beavis and Butthead."

  • NEW YORK TIMES: PAUL KRUGMAN: What should government do? A Jindal meditation
  • Back on my B.S.!

    Busta Rhymes,


    Ron Browz,

    Swizz Beatz,


    & Lil Wayne.

    Arab Money.


    Hollywood Swingin'.

    Big Willie style.

    With Jamie Foxx, T-Pain, (and a whole host of famous and recognizable guests)

    Blame It.

    Oh Word?

    "We got it for cheap!(?)"

  • PITCHFORK: Clipse/Rick Rubin Collaboration Actually Happening
  • I Stay in Love.

    New flava in ya ear!

    The Boy Least Likely To.

    A Balloon on a Broken String.

    Hear Me Out.

    FILE UNDER: Words/A Moment of Clarity.

    "...When we talk about race we do tend to talk in simplistic categories, spending more energy on labeling each other than on reasoning together. Consider the entirely predictable battle lines over The New York Post’s infamous stimulus bill cartoon last week, which featured a chimpanzee. One side says the newspaper was insensitive, the other that the protesters have a double standard and are fanning the flames for the sake of attention. Plenty of sound bites, but nothing that moves us forward.

    This difficulty, however, is not limited to race. There are few issues of any importance that are not reduced, in public dialogue, to sloganeering and applause lines. Whether we argue over war or the economy, marriage or religion, abortion or guns, we reduce our ideas to just the right size for the adolescent tantrum of the bumper sticker...

    Democracy, at its best, rests on a foundation of mutual respect among co-equal citizens willing to take the time for serious debate. After all, even on the momentous issues that divide us, there is usually the possibility that the other side has a good argument. Yet if we paint our opponents as monsters, we owe them no obligation to pay attention to what they have to say..."

  • NEW YORK TIMES: We’re Not ‘Cowards,’ We’re Just Loud

  • Earlier...

  • REAL TALK: The "Post-Racial American 'Nation of Cowards' " Edition
  • "Is it my turn?"

    For Your Consideration.

    Tuesday, February 24, 2009

    Oh Word?

    Wait, wait, wait, hold up! Raise your hand if you knew about this album dropping right here? Cause I sure as hell didn't, and it was released THREE WEEKS AGO!?@#

    For Your Consideration:

    In stores now!

    Money Talks.

    FILE UNDER: Words/Oh Word?/A Moment of Clarity/POLITICS: So Fucking Disco!

  • NEW YORK TIMES: What Part of ‘Stimulus’ Don’t They Get?
  • Super Tuesday!

    Monkey See, Monkey Do?

    FILE UNDER: Oh Word?

    Sex Education?

  • YAHOO:'Degrading' Lyrics Linked to Teen Sex
  • Monday, February 23, 2009

    Open Arms.

    Old School Funk for the True Funk Soldiers!


    Long Distance Call

    Oh Word?

    You complete me?

  • DAILY BEAST: Arnold Considered Party Switch
  • Hot Fuzz.

    New flava in ya ear!



    REAL TALK: The "Post-Racial American 'Nation of Cowards' " Edition

    FILE UNDER: Words/A Moment of Clarity/Oh Word?/POLITICS AND AMERICA: Now that we've found love, what are we gonna do with it?

    Feel me! Holla if ya hear me!

  • NEW YORK TIMES: Weekend Opinionator: A Nation of Cowards, Stimulus-Wielding Chimps and Hip-Hop Republicans
  • Skip to the end.

    No, really. Hit the 35 second mark.

    Same Girl.

    Same Girl...

    Brett and Jermaine.

    I'm in Love with a Sexy Lady


    Johhny Weir.

    Lady Gaga.

    Poker Face

    ON ICE!!!


    Bow Wow.

    Feat. Johnta Austin.

    You Can Get It All.

    Sunday, February 22, 2009

    Chocolate Factory.

    The Dream.

    Sweat it Out.

    Class Act.

    The Cool Kids.

    2k Pennies (Decon Version)

    Saturday, February 21, 2009


    Lucid Dreams

    1/Can't Hear My Eyes/Ariel Pink's Haunted Grafitti
    2/Nicotine & Gravy/Beck
    3/Cheap and Cheerful/The Kills
    4/Tumbling Dice/The Rolling Stones
    5/Seven Nation Army/The White Stripes
    6/Give it to Me Baby/Rick James
    8/Valentine/Ryan Leslie
    9/Lady Cab Driver/Prince
    10/Send Him Away/Franz Ferdinand

    Under the Cherry Moon.

    Feburary, 20, 2009.

    A Friday.

    11:15 PM

    In bed. Kath & Kim/Flight of the Conchords on demand. Gotta make it til Conan.

    1:04 AM

    FUCK! Fell asleep. Turn immediately to NBC. Look, it's on! And there's Andy Richter, my man! And now a montage of classic clips? Nice.

    1:15 AM

    Commercial. Close my eyes for a bit.

    1:24 AM

    FUCK! Missed a segment. Stay awake! It's all good though, cause here comes the White Stripes! And they are both on guitar! I wonder what they are going to play?:


    For Your Consideration.

    FILE UNDER: A Moment of Clarity.

    "Smile Like You Mean It!"

  • LOS ANGELES TIMES: Reelect Villaraigosa
  • Friday, February 20, 2009

    This is how we do it.

    Yes it is Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. You don't even know...

    Now if you visit this blog often, you know that old school jams are more often than not posted under the "Old School Funk for the True Funk Soldiers" headline. But sometimes old school joints are so good, so well put together, so classic to a brotha, [see Montell Jordan's This is how we do it] that all I can do is marvel at their goodness as they boldly play on and show us how's it done. This jam, presented below, is one such example.

    Clap Your Hands Say Yeah.

    Satan Said Dance.

    Old School Funk for the True Funk Soldiers!

    Styles P.

    Good Times (I Get High).

    Let it bump!

    "Pat y'all weaves ladies!"

    A Moment of Clarity.

    Just you watch.

    Pork Grind.

    FILE UNDER: A Moment of Clarity/POLITICS: So Fucking Disco!/Oh Word?/Money Talks/Me First and the Gimme Gimmes!

  • POLITICO: Group counters stimulus with Jesus in TV ad
  • "What's pimpin', Pimpin'?"

    "I don't know, you tell me!":


    "Gray skies are gonna clear up!"

    FILE UNDER: Oh Word?/A Moment of Clarity.

    "Put on a happy face!"

  • ABC NEWS: Bill Clinton: Obama Should Sound More Hopeful
  • No Line on the Horizon.


  • Stream here.

    POLITICS: So Fucking Disco!

    Thursday, February 19, 2009

    Hands in the Dark.

    Hercules & Love Affair.

    Hercules' Theme.


    FILE UNDER: Oh Word?/POLITICS: So Fucking Disco!

    Feel Me!

  • THE WASHINGTON TIMES: Steele: GOP needs 'hip-hop' makeover
  • Pee Wee's Playhouse.

    Also known as Day 'N' Nite starring Kid Cudi.

    [ED.'S NOTE: This past weekend I finally got to hear more of Kid Cudi's much talked about mixtape. I didn't care for it. A lot of the songs felt unfinished, half-assed or lazy. (I know, I know, it's a MIXTAPE!) If I remember correctly, much of what I heard was hooktastic, meaning hooks over beats, repeat, repeat(the hook). Now that I think about, this song doesn't really build either, but it still has its charms, even more so in video form.]

    Afternoon Delight!

    New flava in ya ear!

    The Boy Least Likely To.

    Every Goliath Has Its David.

    Courtesy of the folks over at
  • Stereogum. That's what's up!
  • Karl Rove asks:

    FILE UNDER: Words/Oh Word?/POLITICS: So Fucking Disco!

    "Do you see what I see?"

  • WALL STREET JOURNAL: KARL ROVE: Is the Administration Winging It?
  • Wednesday, February 18, 2009

    You Want This?

    Bone Thugs.




    Just you watch!

    Mmm Bop?



  • BILLBOARD: Iha, Carlos, Hanson, Schlesinger Form Band
  • You Belong.

    Hercules & Love Affair.

    You Belong.


    Up on the roof!

    A lil bit more?...:

  • PITCHFORK: Hercules & Love Affair: Live on "Don't Look Down" Part 1
  • For Your Consideration.

    A Moment of Clarity.

    "Last week, President Obama said he was weighing whether to lift the 18-year ban on photo and video coverage at Dover Air Force Base, the Delaware facility where the bodies of America's military dead are received back into the United States.

    It is a step the new president ought to take -- not only because the American people deserve the fullest and most complete accounting possible of the policies pursued in their name, but because the prohibition on the news media flows from a profound misapprehension on the part of the government..."

  • LOS ANGELES TIMES: America can handle the coffins
  • Pause.

    And now, a few words from the homie "Martin Louis THE KING(!), Jr."

    Good times.

  • VIDEOGUM: Kanye West Threatens Lil Wayne's Title Of "Most Craziest"

  • Earlier...

  • Pappa's Got a Brand New Bag!

  • Fashion. Forward.
  • The Teaches of Peaches.

    For Your Consideration.

  • Drums of Death - “The Peaches Mixtape!”
  • Back in Black.

    New flava in ya ear!

    Young Jeezy.

    Welcome Back.

    [Wait, Welcome Back? When did you leave? I still can't go a day without seeing My President is Black on MTV JAMS and/or HITS six or seven times. Or do you mean welcome back to that "trap music" now that you've got that "uplifting" and "inspirational" shit out of your system?]

    Tuesday, February 17, 2009

    Whip Appeal?

    For Your Consideration.

    Pull up to my bumper baby?

    For Your Consideration.

    Lady Gaga.



    Car Wheels on a Gravel Road.


    Justin Timberlake.

    Dead and Gone.

    Welcome to Heartbreak.

    With your hosts Kanye West and Kid Cudi!

    Contact High.

    FILE UNDER: Oh Word?/A Moment of Clarity.

    I was not surprised when it was announced that Little Miss Jamie Lynn Spears was pregnant last year. I was not surprised that two teenagers had consensual sex, probably said "fuck it" on the protection tip (well not in those exact words, but you get what I am saying), and wound up with a baby in the end. Yes, the announcement itself was surprising and unexpected, but in the end, what went down was not. Why? Cause I too am a young person in the United States of America. I know of the rampant miscommunication that exists between kids and parents on the subject (or the complete lack thereof of any dialogue). I have also been there (As in, a teenager surrounded by those walking the walk and/or talking the talk. I ain't got nobody pregnant or anything), and to say that my peers shared or thought about sharing "lover's spit" like it was going out of style from the age of maybe 15 or so all the way through high school, is an understatement. That's why I can get what Little Miss Bristol Palin is trying to say and/or get at here with her commentary (not 100% behind the comment), just wondering how the leader of the pack, good old Miss Sarah Palin herself, feels about it all.

    A House Divided.

    FILE UNDER: A Moment of Clarity/Words/Oh Word?/POLITICS: So Fucking Disco!

    Reaching out. Touching hands.

  • WALL STREET JOURNAL: McCain's Vote Should Trouble Obama
  • Monday, February 16, 2009

    Paper Chase.

    FILE UNDER: Words/Oh Word?

    Get like me(?).

    " is no time for President Obama to begin dismantling the institutions President Bush put in place to keep America safe. Obama needs to recognize that, at this moment, somewhere in the world, the terrorists are watching the economic turmoil in our country – and planning an attack they believe will bring our economy to its knees. In the face of this danger, America must not let down its guard."

  • LOS ANGELES TIMES: Al Qaeda’s next target
  • Old School Funk for the True Funk Soldiers!

    Midnight Star.

    Midas Touch.


    Midnight Star

    Midas Touch.

    The STARSKEE Remix.

    For Your Consideration.

    In stores February 24th!

    Strange Times.

    Blowin' in the wind.

  • NEW YORK TIMES: California Struggles to Close a Projected $41 Billion Deficit
  • Us. V. Them.

    FILE UNDER: A Moment of Clarity/Words/Oh Word?/POLITICS: So Fucking Disco!

    "It's been a while."

    "...Here’s a third moral: Overdosing on this culture can be fatal. Because Republicans are isolated in that parallel universe and believe all the noise in its echo chamber, they are now as out of touch with reality as the “inevitable” Clinton campaign was before it got clobbered in Iowa. The G.O.P. doesn’t recognize that it emerged from the stimulus battle even worse off than when it started. That obliviousness gives the president the opening to win more ambitious policy victories than last week’s. Having checked the box on attempted bipartisanship, Obama can now move in for the kill..."

  • NEW YORK TIMES: They Sure Showed That Obama
  • Saturday, February 14, 2009

    One more time.


    Pon de Replay?

    Teairra Mari and Pleasure P.

    Hunt for You.

    "Ladies it's your boyfriend!"


    Pleasure P.

    Act like you know.

    Big Ups Ashanti!

    Welcome back to the radio!

    New flava in ya ear!

    feat. Ashanti.

    Want it, Need It.


    Friday, February 13, 2009

    Get Money.

    New flava in ya ear!

    Lil Mama.

    Feat. Fanny Pack.

    Truly in Love

    Welcome to the Dollhouse.


  • EGOTASTIC: Aubrey O'Day Nude Playboy Pictures
  • Uptown. Hollywood Swingin'.

    The Presets.

    If I Know You.


    Big ups to
  • for putting this on my radar!
  • The 6th Man.

    "Anytime you need a friend!"

  • WALL STREET JOURNAL: Babysitter to the Stars
  • "Speak on it!"

    FILE UNDER: Words/A Moment of Clarity.

    Real talk.

    "...Mr. Emanuel owned up to one mistake: message. What he called the outside game slipped away from the White House last week, when the president and others stressed bipartisanship rather than job creation as they moved toward passing the measure. White House officials allowed an insatiable desire in Washington for bipartisanship to cloud the economic message a point coming clear in a study being conducted on what went wrong and what went right with the package, he said..."

  • WALL STREET JOURNAL: Emanuel Says Obama Team Lost Message on Stimulus
  • Generation Kill.

    New flava in MY ear! (for better or for worse)


    I'll Be the Shooter

    Cheers & Jeers.

    FILE UNDER: POLITICS AND AMERICA: Now that we've found love, what are we gonna do with it

    "Shout Hallelujah, come on get happy(?)!"

  • POLITICO: Winners & losers in stimulus fight
  • Thursday, February 12, 2009

    Ba da ba ba ba...

    For Your Consideration.

    Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

    It's Blitz!

    In stores this April!

    No Time.

    Old School Funk for the True Funk Soldiers!

    Lil Kim.

    Puff Daddy.

    "What what!"

    For Your Consideration.

    Miley Cyrus.

    The Climb.

    Wednesday, February 11, 2009

    Up Jumps Da Boogie.

    Simian Mobile Disco.


    Some Kind of Wonderful.

    Jennifer Hudson.

    If This Isn't Love.


    Press play, head to your favorite webpage, or open a book and just let the music overtake you...

    For Your Consideration.

    Quentin Tarantino's Inglorious Bastards.

    Black & Gold(en).

    FILE UNDER: Jokes/Words/POLITICS: So Fucking Disco!

    Change you can believe in(?).

    "Evil twin, nemesis, archenemy—whatever the term, every great protagonist has one. Superman had Bizarro, his alternate-universe self. Spock from Star Trek had the shady, goateed "mirror" Spock. Super Mario has the cackling Wario.

    And Barack Obama has Michael Steele..."

  • SLATE: Man of Steele: Is Michael Steele Barack Obama's evil twin?
  • Super Tuesday!

    Can you guess which two I purchased? Here's a hint: One's a DVD.

    Tuesday, February 10, 2009


    Holla back!

    Love and Happiness.

    NOTE TO SELF: Quit sleeping on that last Robin Thicke album you purchased...

    New flava in ya ear!

    Robin Thicke.


    Real Talk: The "Is that right?" Edition.

    FILE UNDER: A Moment of Clarity/Words/POLITICS AND AMERICA: Now that we've found love, what are we gonna do with it?

    Captain "Save-a-Nation!".

  • NEWSWEEK: We Are All Socialists Now
  • To live and die in L.A.

    Another day, another car chase in Los Angeles. BUT WAIT? The driver of this vehicle just so happened to be DJ Khaled?

    "No, WAIT! I heard it was Chris Brown."



    -SIGH- People these days...

  • LAIST: Chris Brown Car Chase? LAPD Says 'No'
  • Monday, February 09, 2009


    50 Cent.

    "Pimpin Curly".

    A Moment of Clarity.

    : 50 Cent. Before I Self-Destruct. In stores sometime this Spring(?)!

    "Strength, Courage, and Wisdom!"

    FILE UNDER: A Moment of Clarity/POLITICS: So Fucking Disco!

    Hot Fuzz.

  • THE WASHINGTON POST: GOP Sees Positives In Negative Stand
  • "THUG LIFE!"

    New flava in ya ear!

    Asher Roth.

    I Love College

    Journey to the Center of the Earth!

    With Paul Krugman!

    FILE UNDER: Money Talks/POLITICS AND AMERICA: Now that we've found love, what are we gonna do with it?/A Moment of Clarity.


    "What do you call someone who eliminates hundreds of thousands of American jobs, deprives millions of adequate health care and nutrition, undermines schools, but offers a $15,000 bonus to affluent people who flip their houses?

    A proud centrist. For that is what the senators who ended up calling the tune on the stimulus bill just accomplished.

    Even if the original Obama plan — around $800 billion in stimulus, with a substantial fraction of that total given over to ineffective tax cuts — had been enacted, it wouldn’t have been enough to fill the looming hole in the U.S. economy, which the Congressional Budget Office estimates will amount to $2.9 trillion over the next three years.

    Yet the centrists did their best to make the plan weaker and worse..."

  • NEW YORK TIMES: The Destructive Center
  • Boss Life.

    The Lonely Island feat. T-Pain.

    I'm On A Boat.

    Saturday, February 07, 2009

    Friday, February 06, 2009

    This ain't sex.

    New flava in ya ear!

    The Pussycat Dolls.

    Bottle Pop.

    Rough Ridaz.

    New flava in ya ear!

    Peter Bjorn and John.

    Nothing to Worry About.

    Taking Care of Business.

    FILE UNDER: Words/A Moment of Clarity/One Pure Thought.

    "...It would be highly irresponsible for Congress to accept the Republicans’ wrongheaded calls to cut back on the stimulus portions of the economic package, and shortchange longer-term spending on health care, schools and infrastructure. We applauded Mr. Obama when he said, “The time for action is now because we know that if we do not act, a bad situation will become dramatically worse. Crisis could turn into catastrophe.”

    Mr. Obama needs to remind Republicans that he won the election on those terms. And he is going to have to get tough with Democrats. So will House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who have been too timorous about wielding their power...

    ...We know Mr. Obama is capable of uniting disparate groups. That comes with a tendency toward conciliation, which we admire, but we hope he resists it now. Mr. Obama made concessions on the House version of the economic plan, and no Republican voted for it.

    The president must explain to Americans that a strong economic stimulus is essential for their economic recovery. If Senate Republicans still want to filibuster, Mr. Reid should call them on it. No filibuster on this urgent a bill could withstand the certain public outrage."

  • NEW YORK TIMES: Getting Tough in Washington, An Editorial
  • Me First and the Gimme Gimmes.

    FILE UNDER: A Moment of Clarity/POLITICS: So Fucking Disco!

    The Haves, and The Have Nots.

    The nation's conversation on the Senate's contuning struggle to reach a consesus on President Obama's Giant Econmic Stimulus Package (along with the conversations and actions going on in the Senate to reach said conseus) is still in full swing. Here with a few words of his own on the matter is New York Times Op-Ed Columinst, and Nobel Peace Prize winning Economist Paul Krugman:

    "A not-so-funny thing happened on the way to economic recovery. Over the last two weeks, what should have been a deadly serious debate about how to save an economy in desperate straits turned, instead, into hackneyed political theater, with Republicans spouting all the old clich├ęs about wasteful government spending and the wonders of tax cuts.

    It’s as if the dismal economic failure of the last eight years never happened — yet Democrats have, incredibly, been on the defensive. Even if a major stimulus bill does pass the Senate, there’s a real risk that important parts of the original plan, especially aid to state and local governments, will have been emasculated.

    Somehow, Washington has lost any sense of what’s at stake — of the reality that we may well be falling into an economic abyss, and that if we do, it will be very hard to get out again..."

  • NEW YORK TIMES: On the Edge
  • Loose Rap.

    And now, a few words from our boy Diddy, and his very special guest Terry Richardson.

    Spotted over at
  • Videogum.
  • Jokes.

    David Letterman's "Top 10 Reasons I'm Looking Forward to the Grammy Awards" presented by Lil Wayne. Make sure you stick around til the end to hear Dave's band tackle Lollipop.

    Pork Grind.

    FILE UNDER: Words/A Moment of Clarity/POLITICS AND AMERICA: Now that we've found love, what are we gonna do with it?

  • MSNBC: Obama eyes action as parties try to cut stimulus
  • Thursday, February 05, 2009

    Groove Theory.

    Chase & Status feat. Kano.

    Against All Odds

    Oh Word?


  • THE HUFFINGTON POST: Sen. Harkin Backs Dean For HHS Secretary
  • Tell Me Something Good!

    FILE UNDER: A Moment of Clarity/Jokes.

  • VALLEYWAG: '25 Random Things' Lists Are Last Vestige of American Literacy
  • Action Jackson 2: The Breakdown.

    FILE UNDER: POLITICS AND AMERICA: Now that we've found love, what are we gonna do with it?

  • THE WASHINGTON POST: Taking Apart the $819 billion Stimulus Package
  • Action Jackson!

    A Moment of Clarity.

    He's Barack Obama, and he approves this message.

  • THE WASHINGTON POST: The Action Americans Need by Barack Obama
  • Kingdom. Come.

    New flava in ya ear!

    Fleet Foxes.


    Big ups to
  • for the clip.