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Suge Knight’s post-Death Row Records struggle life continues as the New York Daily News is reporting that the former H.N.I.C. was transferred to Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center on Tuesday (April 3) and remained there until Thursday morning.

At a criminal court hearing last month Knight, 52, complained about his deteriorating health with the judge overseeing his murder case offered to sign a medical order submitted by his lawyer. Relatives of Suge told the Daily News that Knight suffered from dangerous blood clots and even had an emergency appendix surgery in March 2016.

Since his arrest for a fatal hit-and-run in 2015, Knight has been rushed to the hospital multiple times by ambulance and this most recent one is just the latest. Knight has pleaded not guilty to the charge insisting he was the victim of an ambush. Suge is currently on his 16th lawyer after his last counsel was hit with accessory to murder charges.

Suge is due back in court on April 23.

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The GOP Debate Season Is Upon Us – Let the Games Begin

If you couldn’t sit through the two hours of the 2016 Republican Presidential Debate ‘Voters First’ Forum on CSPAN, not only do I understand, but I’ve got you covered. The event was organized by New Hampshire’s Union Leader newspaper and took place on the campus of St. Anselm College in Manchester.

The Union Leader announced in June that it would be hosting their own Republican primary forum and the original plan was to host it on the same night as the Fox News debate. That’s not exactly what happened, as FOX changed the way in which they were accepting candidates. The issue the Union Leader had was just that: the way in which FOX was running the debate. The plan was to allow only those candidates who make up the top 10 slots in the polls. FOX wouldn’t divulge what polls they were going to use. though. The entire ordeal seemed, for a while to be a secret.

The Union Leader’s publisher, Joseph McQuaid, wrote:

What Fox is attempting to do, and is actually bragging about doing, is a real threat to the first-in-the-nation primary. Fox boasts that it will ‘winnow’ the field of candidates before New Hampshire gets to do so. That isn’t just bad for New Hampshire, it’s bad for the presidential selection process by limiting the field to only the best-known few with the biggest bankrolls.

McQuaid also penned an open letter, signed by 56 prominent New Hampshire Republicans, urging FOX and the Republican National Committee (RNC) to change the debate criteria. A move, he said, that should be a wake-up call.

“Voters here have an independent streak,” he said, “and they might well be disposed to vote for a so-called ‘also-ran’ who didn’t meet the Fox criteria but who has spent the time and effort here to meet them and answer their questions.”

Per RNC rules, any candidates who participate in an unsanctioned debate are barred from future RNC debates. But McQuaid said in an email that he is not concerned. And as long as the forum stays a forum and does not feature multiple candidates on stage interacting with one another, candidates are free to participate in further RNC debates. “Perhaps some of the Fox eligible will prefer a N.H. forum. And, no, I’m unconcerned. Candidates will make their own decisions,” he said.

Neither former governor Mike Huckabee nor billionaire Donald Trump were at the forum. Huckabee’s Communications Director, Alice Stewart, said he was unable to attend due to a scheduling conflict. There was, unsurprisingly, no elaboration on what the conflict was. Trump on the other hand, wasn’t so vague and responded in the usual Trump way we’ve become accustomed to, saying,

I feel it is unlikely I will be getting the endorsement from you and the Union Leader. I have made a great fortune based on instinct and that, unfortunately, is my view. Therefore, and for other reasons including the fact that I feel there are too many people onstage to have a proper forum, I will not be attending.

There was also some word going around that Trump was unhappy with some of the coverage he received from the paper and was snubbing them, which may be the case; but based on his statement, it was his usual inability to handle not being center stage, adored and considered the most important person in the room. On Thursday, FOX has him center stage with all of the other candidates flanking him, so there’s a pretty good chance he’ll show up.

The forum went on as scheduled and proved to be a cordial event with little infighting among the candidates. It was organized into two rounds. The first consisted of candidates answering questions on the issues within five minute allotted slots. The second round, also constrained to five minutes, consisted of shorter questions, with an additional 30 seconds allowed for the candidate to make his or her pitch to voters. Rather than lining up the 14 candidates on stage, a logistical and camera operator’s nightmare, each candidate took their turn sitting with the moderator.

The candidates, in no particular order, were Bobby Jindal, John Kasich, George Pataki, Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, Scott Walker, Jeb Bush, Carly Fiorina, Ben Carson, Chris Christie and Lindsey Graham onstage, while Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Marco Rubio were on a televised link from D.C., where they were probably fervently trying to defund Planned Parenthood.

Liberals Unite’s Ann Werner has a good run down of the topics in her post.

In a nut shell, the candidates as a whole, agreed that Hillary Clinton and President Obama are evil incarnate and pathological liars; Bernie Sanders is a Socialist, so equally evil; Liberals like to be viewed as victims and are what’s wrong with this country; just about every social program including but not limited to Social Security, Medicare, Planned Parenthood and Obamacare should be abolished or, at the very least, privatized; regulations in general and any attempt to address climate change are job killers; screw the minimum wage and raise the retirement age; and immigration was a free for all of ridiculous claims and, alas, no solutions.

With that out of the way, Thursday on FOX should be quite a show and the Donald will be center stage, so popcorn sales should be through the roof. It’s hard to imagine that it’ll be any different as far as questions go and I’d expect that most of them are going to be softballs.

It’s not difficult to speculate what’s going to be covered as most of the questions are already teed up. Trump has managed to put immigration on the lips of every politician, voter, and reporter in the country. The Republican assault on Planned Parenthood will no doubt come up. The Iran deal will be unanimously trashed. And there will be the requisite cries to repeal Obamacare.

Here’s what won’t be covered: Inequality and stagnant wages; trade strategy; rebuilding the nation’s infrastructure; student debt; climate change; fair taxes; police brutality; campaign finance; and the nation’s incarceration rate. All topics that are on the minds of voters — and all topics that are kryptonite to the GOP. And since it’s being held and moderated and controlled by FOX, none of these issues will addressed.

So here’s my advice for Thursday: get comfortable, grab your favorite bottle of liquor, and pretend it’s just another prime time sitcom. Matt Taibbi over at “Rolling Stone” put together a GOP drinking game for the event.

Here’s the list:

Suggested drinkable comments such as, “Anyone mentions Hitler, Nazis or Neville Chamberlain. Includes related imagery, e.g. ‘ovens'” and “Claims a positive relationship with a minority. Also known as the, “Some of my best friends are…”rule.'” Or the more obvious and sure to get you really drunk, “Anyone invokes St. Ronald Reagan” and “Someone promises to ‘take America back.'”

If you’re playing or seriously considering playing this game on Thursday night, it might be a good idea to call in sick and have the number to the closest detox — it’s going to be a long night.

Richard Zombeck is a freelance writer for hire at and a contributor to Liberals Unite and Now it Counts

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Immigration Officials May Begin Considering Gender Identity When Housing Transgender Detainees

SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — Immigration authorities will consider housing transgender detainees based on the gender they identify with in the wake of criticism about detention conditions for the population, officials said on Monday.

Detention staff should consider transgender detainees’ preferences when making decisions about housing and clothing and what pronouns should be used, Immigration and Customs Enforcement said in new guidelines for the treatment of transgender detainees.

The agency will start tracking data for transgender detainees, train detention staff and draft individual detention plans for transgender detainees to deal with issues ranging from hormone therapy to safety, said Andrew Lorenzen-Strait, ICE’s deputy assistant director of custody programs.

“ICE will allow for the placement of a transgender woman consistent with their gender identity, meaning that a transgender woman could be with biological females,” said Lorenzen-Strait, who was also appointed as a national coordinator for issues related to gay, lesbian and transgender detainees.

The move did little to quell criticism from advocates who have urged the agency to release more transgender immigration detainees, citing their increased risk of sexual assault in detention. Last week, a heckler interrupted President Barack Obama’s remarks at a gay pride event in Washington to protest the detention and deportation of gay, lesbian and transgender immigrants.

“This is all interesting on paper, to say the least, but we need to see how this actually plays out,” said Raffi Freedman-Gurspan, a policy adviser for the National Center for Transgender Equality. “We don’t think these folks should be in detention centers, period.”

The guidance comes three years after the Department of Justice issued similar rules for transgender inmates. But even now many jails and prisons aren’t following the rules and continue to house transgender inmates based on their genitalia or place them in solitary confinement purportedly for their protection, said Carl Takei, a staff attorney at the American Civil Liberties Union’s National Prison Project.

“Most prisons and jails are still in the Dark Ages about these issues,” Takei said.

Getting the rules put into practice may be tough for immigration officials, who house most detainees at contract facilities, Takei said.

ICE currently has about 60 transgender detainees. About 25 are housed in a special unit in Santa Ana, California, for transgender women and gay men. The rest are housed in different facilities across the country, mostly with the general population and consistent with their biological sex, Lorenzen-Strait said.

The agency currently houses about 31,000 detainees a day, he said.

Under the latest guidance, the agency said officials should consider a host of factors before detaining an individual, including transgender identity.

Given the population’s small numbers and increased risk, transgender immigrants should be offered alternatives to detention, said Aaron Morris, legal director of Immigration Equality.

“When you’re thinking about who should absolutely be released, pregnant women, people with severe health problems, transgender individuals, there are certain populations that weigh so heavily in favor of release that it is dumbfounding the knee-jerk reaction is always to detain,” Morris said. “It’s not in anyone’s best interest.”

But immigration enforcement advocate Jessica Vaughan, who is director of policy studies at the Center for Immigration Studies, said she worries that gender identity could trump other factors, such as flight risk, when making decisions about detention.

“In practice, this could become a double standard for transgender individuals that seems unprecedented,” Vaughan wrote in an email.

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NEW YORK—With the increasingly warm weather signaling the commencement of their age-old journey, millions of children across the North American continent began their annual summer migration to their fathers’ homes this week, sources confirmed. “At this moment, in every corner of the country, children are setting out from their normal wintering grounds en route to their dad’s place,” said Duke University anthropologist Robert Benson, explaining how these youths follow the same interstate routes they travel every year to the region of the country containing their fathers’ townhouses, where they will make a temporary home for themselves among their specially arranged twin beds and pull-out sofas for the remainder of the summer months. “While the journey is not easy, and often leads the children to conditions that are far less hospitable than those they enjoy during the rest of the year, this is simply a natural rite these boys …

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(AllHipHop News) Don’t cross the The BasedGod or he may place a curse on you. Most people may not believe that the California rapper has the power to hurt your career, but NBA teams seem to be superstitious enough not to test it.

After Lil B jinxed MVP candidate James Harden for “stealing” his cooking dance, the Houston Rockets were eliminated from the playoffs. The final game of the series included Harden setting a league record for turnovers in a playoff game (13), and he missed 9-of-11 shots.

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The Rockets were likely to lose to the Golden State Warriors anyway, but some basketball fans began asking their favorite teams to show love to the The BasedGod. The Atlanta Hawks asked for a reprieve from the Lil B curse before their series with the Cleveland Cavaliers ended, and within the last week several other NBA franchises began following B on Twitter.

Don’t forget Lil B cursed Oklahoma Thunder star Kevin Durant a few years ago. Since then, the All-Star forward’s squad lost in the finals to the Miami Heat, and he suffered an injury-plague 2014-15 season. However, Durant did pick up the MVP trophy in 2014.

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Mad Men: The End Is About To Begin

Monday’s unveiling of a Mad Men sculpture outside Manhattan’s Time-Life Building, site of the fictional headquarters of Sterling Cooper & Partners, reminds that the final season of the landmark television series set in the New York advertising world of the 1960s is nearly upon us. April 5th marks the beginning of the ending. Just seven episodes remain in one of the best series of all time, currently tied with just three other shows for the most Best Drama Emmy wins in history.

It was 2007 when Don Draper, figuratively depicted in the show’s elegant opening titles, began his long fall through the 1960s, passing through the best of the materialist America he helps spin into being on his way to … what?

Mad Men‘s classic title sequence is a metaphor for anti-heroic protagonist Don Draper’s journey through 1960s America.

Literal-minded viewers have long believed that title sequence presaged Draper’s suicide, or at least his destruction.

But the title sequence has always been a metaphor for a different sort of journey. A journey which has frequently provided a strong American studies master class view of a formative time and place through the prism of a quintessentially illuminating industry, and which has always provided an intriguing and frequently moving view of a compelling set of mostly ambiguous characters.

Despite some notably soap opera-ish notions to the contrary, our core group has proved to be a very resilient crew.

Bert Cooper (Robert Morse), at an advanced age, passed on at the end of last year’s run of the show. But in addition to Don Draper/Dick Whitman (Jon Hamm), whose self-invention was after all prodded by a very strong survival instinct, and whose resilience is more along the lines of the self-invented Bill Clinton than Jay Gatsby, the others are still very much alive and kicking.

Peggy Olsen (Elizabeth Moss), who would now be the age of Jerry Brown, has moved along nicely though she hasn’t taken over the world of advertising yet. It was really the ’70s which saw the star burst of feminism.

Joan Harris (Christine Hendricks), a transitional figure of great core competence whose hard-won partnership reflects the double-edged sword of her sexual allure, is still on her journey.

Betty Draper Francis (January Jones), much-maligned ex-trophy wife and non-mother of the year, may at last be getting in touch with a truer self.

Roger Sterling (John Slattery), the ever entertaining silver fox of the Sterling Coo crew, has wended his way through declining relevance and dolce vita decadence to a position of greater strength, perhaps more with the aid of acid than analysis.

Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser), everyone’s hated twerp of Season One, turned out to be one of the most inventive — and liberal — figures in the show, though he still has a tendency to be a dick.

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Speaking of which, Harry Crane (Rich Sommer), the early young Mr. Television of the agency, continues his alternating path of being both shrewd and amusingly appalling.

Megan Calvet Draper (Jesse Pare), Don’s controversial young second wife who exchanged her knack for advertising for a big bite at the acting bug, is, like the decade she was often asked to represent, still unresolved.

And young Sally Draper (Kiernan Shipka), who we’ve watched grow into a formidable if vulnerable teenager, has proved to be not only the baby boomer lens into the Mad Men world but also far more resilient and sane than many fans imagined.

One of the most impressive things that creator and show runner Matt Weiner has pulled off is to make us care about a group of people who are neither the progressive heroes and heroines, nor the villains and victims usually associated with a show or movie about the 1960s.

That was clear in Mad Men‘s brilliant pilot episode, “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes,” in which the Sterling Coo crew’s orientation is spelled out in unmistakable terms. Don Draper is casting about for a creative way to market their core client’s product now that the government has forbidden spurious claims about healthy smoking. And Roger Sterling is is gearing up for the agency’s role in the 1960 presidential campaign, opining that it shouldn’t be too hard to make America fall in love with a good-looking Navy hero like — no, not JFK — Dick Nixon. (Later in the series, would-be progressive heroine Peggy Olsen expresses disappointment in not being able to work on Barry Goldwater’s right-wing ’64 presidential run, and pride in her role in helping sell cigarettes to a new target demographic — young women.)

They haven’t been paragons, they’ve been people making their way through a famously tumultuous time, during New York’s heyday as the greatest city on the planet.

The ride hasn’t always been scintillating. At its best and most eventful, Mad Men is still a pretty subtle and cerebral show. And there have been times when metaphorical anvils a bit too beloved by the English majors among us have been present in a certain profusion.

But every great novel, and Mad Men is a great novel unfolding on television, has spots in which one summons up the spirit to slog on through.

I’ve been a big taken aback by how censorious elements of the Mad Men community can be about smoking, drinking, and sex rather than the sometimes deadly products the characters have marketed. The supposed imminent destruction of Don Draper has been hinted at rather too often.

There have been no shortage of nostalgic moments for fans of Mad Men, as this trailer makes clear through the structure of Don Draper’s masterful Season One “Carousel” pitch for Kodak.

Now we’re coming to the end of things. It almost certainly won’t be as flashy as the ending of another of my favorites, Breaking Bad, with that lovable Walter White fellow. (Who had the makings of a vicious, self-entitled psychopath all along, yet remained a somehow sympathetic figure to surprising numbers of people. The good guy anti-hero of Breaking Bad was really Walt’s much maligned ex-student, Jesse Pinkman.)

Almost certainly not coincidentally, Mad Men won its record-tying four straight Best Drama Emmy Awards for seasons set in the first half of the ’60s. The end of the series finds itself at the tail end of the legendary decade, nudging the ’70s. That’s a much more familiar, and familiarly cliched, time which carries none of the sense of stylistic discovery that the early and mid-’60s did.

But the lack of melodramatic shootouts and the presence of fill-in-your-favorite-fashion-disaster can’t detract from the import of this show and its achievement in bringing such a consequential and multifaceted real-life world to life in dramatic form.

The show may or may not have enough of-the-moment zing left to win a record-breaking fifth Best Drama Emmy. But one thing is sure. If Jon Hamm does not at last win best actor for his masterful portrayal of Don Draper — he’s been nominated seven times so far without taking the prize yet — it will be an even greater injustice than Martin Sheen never winning for The West Wing, which also won four straight Best Drama Emmys.

Because in the end, for all the brilliant ensemble work and indelible characters, the journey does come down to the suavely troubled reinvented one. As we see with the new Mad Men sculpture just unveiled outside the Time-Life Building. (With the street signs at the corner of Sixth Avenue and 50th Street changed for a time to “Mad Men Avenue” and “Don Draper Way.”)

It’s a bench, allowing anyone who sits there to be photographed beside the relaxed outline of a seated Draper that closes the iconic title sequence, viewable above. After falling through the ’60s, past the best that materialist America has to offer, the Draper figure ends up seated, looking at his panoramic window scene, viewing it all.

Because there’s nothing really wrong with falling. Or else there would never be skydivers, or paratroopers, for that matter. Just so long as you know how to land.

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