“Is there anything more American than America?” Certainly not. Well, maybe South America, Canada, and Mexico… but let’s ignore that for now. Check out Chrysler’s ad for yourself and follow along to Bob Dylan’s smoke-and-mirrored voice. A beautifully done, Super-Bowl-Quality commercial. But if you re-watch the ad, what words and images are associated with… Continue reading Chrysler and Bob Dylan Super Bowl Commercial Is Racist
If any of you have been watching the TIME Magazine’s Person of the Year polling, you would have noticed that Miley Cyrus was at a mind-blowing vote-count. Standing at the top and twerking at the bottom nominee’s names, Cyrus being labeled the Person of the Year would have been the biggest mistake TIME could have… Continue reading Beyoncé or Pope Francis: A Regretful TIME?
I know it seems like the US Government Shutdown is a waste of your time to be up-to-date on. However, as the second week of the shutdown comes to a close let’s take a look at what’s been going on. To begin, let’s look at the well-known “who cares” kind of facts. 1.) Federal Parks,… Continue reading US Government Shutdown Continues… What It Means For You!
When you pose as an open-minded “movement builder” but say, “the only radio stations I listen to are the local hip hop station and NPR,” you might as well take back the first statement. Narrow-mindedness of those in the American media industry is not only a problem but an epidemic, but this is besides the… Continue reading Wow, That Veronica Bayetti Flores (Not Lorde) Is Racist
Now, some critics and fans alike are rethinking what Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” single is getting at. Let’s tally up the scores on both asides of the argument and decide together. Kind of like a music video Judge Judy… Or an episode of Law and Order: SVU. Someone left their shoes on and someone else… Continue reading Blurred Lines: Robin Laying It On Too Thick… “Rapey” Thicke?
When You Make A Career Out Of Being Photographed, When Do You Clock Out? Today, Halle Berry is scheduled to testify in California in favor of legislation being put into effect to limit the paparazzi’s ability to photograph the children of celebrities. The legislation would, “would change the definition of harassment to include photographing or… Continue reading Celebrities v. Paparazzi: Privacy in the Public Eye