Wiz Khalifa is known for his smoking anthems. Even when he was more of an underground artist his focus was “Kush and Orange Juice.” And now that he’s made it big, he still makes it clear whenever we call, he’ll “Roll Up.” With his unique way of incorporating smoking into his music, is it really […]

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Hi Fam! It’s been a little busy lately but I wanted to take a moment to write you all about a few things. Last week on FB I urged everyone to get out and go to the polls for the latest mid-term elections. Yes people, although I’m thousands of miles away, I still stay up […]

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Gabrielle Union wants you to raise your voice.  Since President Obama replaced Bush,  a tremendous amount of change has been implemented but as with most policy decisions, it takes time for these plans to take on effect. It is crucial that citizens get involved in this election to further support the causes that Obama is […]

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President Barack Obama appeared on the Daily show with Jon Stewart to discuss his first two years and what he expects of himself in the next two years. Jon Stewart wasn’t holding back when he interviewed Obama on the daily show, like always, Stewart was on point and holding court like many of his guest and the […]

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New York Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino spoke on gay rights to a group of orthodox Jewish leaders in Brooklyn today, promising to veto marriage equality legislation and touting the fact that he didn’t march in this year’s gay pride parade. Palidino told the group; I didn’t march in the gay parade parade this year […]

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Thousands of people from dozens of liberal groups across the USA are marching on the National Mall today as ‘one nation,’ saying they want to call attention to the needs of working-class Americans. Tens of thousands of civil rights, labor, and other progressive activists gathered on the National Mall today for the One Nation Working […]

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The only thing more hilarious than our “Do It For Bieber” video (which we thought was pretty funny) was the media reaction to it. Last week, Campus Progress released our submission to the Vote Again 2010 video contest, “Vote Again 2010: Do it for Bieber,”– and let me tell you, it gave the media the […]

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The only thing more hilarious than our “Do It For Bieber” video (which we thought was pretty funny) was the media reaction to it. Last week, Campus Progress released our submission to the Vote Again 2010 video contest, “Vote Again 2010: Do it for Bieber,”– and let me tell you, it gave the media the […]

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If you’re like me, by now you’ve already cast a ballot, or twenty, for Justin Bieber who is up for <a href=”http://www.mtv.com/ontv/vma/2010/best-new-artist/”>Best New Artist at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards</a>.   Yet the truth is that this isn’t the only time Bieber needs you to vote for him, and next time around there’s more […]

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Since 2000, young people have been hitting the polls in increasingly unprecedented numbers.  Yes, since 2000. Despite what you may have heard, youth turnout wasn’t an unexpected consequence of one election cycle or the byproduct of one person, party or policy.  This year, before a single polling place has opened, the media has already dismissed […]

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Alvin Greene has a pending obscenity charge for sending pornographic material to a college female although his nomination for South Carolina Senate seems to be a fluke and is nonexistent, he seems to feel the pain in his campaign. Aside from trying to enter this race Greene has many issues to deal with, he is […]

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Wyclef Jean announcing his interest in running for President of Haiti has been receiving some mixed reviews in the political arena. One could say that the type of attention Wyclef Jean has received over the past weeks since announcing his interest is expected. After all, Wyclef is considered by many to be a celebrity so […]