Episode 431 Scott Adams: Update on War With the Enemy of the People


  • The main difference between Antifa and the neo-Nazi’s marching in Charlottesville…is which members of the Trump family, each side wants to kill.
  • CNN fake news Chris Cuomo STILL pushing Charlottesville Hoax
  • Belief in the Charlottesville Hoax, requires you to believe President Trump agrees with people who want to kill members of his family.
  • Belief in the Charlottesville Hoax, requires you to explain Israel’s love and support for President Trump.
  • Being respectful and personal, very complimentary while being tough in negotiations is President Trumps style.

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Mortal Enemy (Unabridged) – Nicholas Ryan Howard

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Mortal Enemy (Unabridged)

Nicholas Ryan Howard

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 16.95

Publish Date: October 24, 2018

© ℗ © 2018 NRH Books, Inc.

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Sleeping with the Enemy – Joseph Ruben

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Sleeping with the Enemy

Joseph Ruben

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: February 8, 1991

In this romantic thriller, Julia Roberts stars as Laura, a woman who thinks she's found the perfect man in Martin. But after they are married, Laura discovers Martin is controlling and dangerously violent. Faking her own death, Laura adopts a new identity and starts life over in a small town. But Laura’s memories of Martin's brutality come back to life when he discovers her secret location.

© © 1991 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.

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Enemy Mine – Wolfgang Petersen

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Enemy Mine

Wolfgang Petersen

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 4.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: March 27, 2001

It is the far future, and humans and Dracs are mortal enemies, locked in a terrible war. In the middle of a battle, a soldier from Earth, Willis Davidge (Dennis Quaid), crash-lands on a barren world. His search for survivors only turns up one other stranded pilot – a Drac (Louis Gossett Jr.). The two are hostile at first, but quickly realize that on this savage world, they have no choice but to band together in order to survive. In the process, they learn about each other's cultures, and a grudging respect eventually develops into full-fledged friendship.

© © 1985 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.

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Episode 168 Scott Adams: The Enemy of the People, Q, and LeBron


  • The truth about Q and followers evolving beliefs
  • Melania’s “split” with her husband
  • Facebook removed 4 pages of Infowars and Alex Jones
  • Ben Rhodes says getting info from a foreign national is bad
  • Candace and Charlie harassed at restaurant, calling them racists
  • Informal Twitter poll on BLM the KKK and racism


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The Enemy of an Enemy – Vincent Trigili

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The Enemy of an Enemy

Lost Tales of Power, Volume 1

Vincent Trigili

Genre: Science Fiction

Publish Date: November 10, 2010

Publisher: Vincent Trigili

Seller: Vincent Trigili

Vydor is riding a wave of success, but now his ship, the Dragon Claw, is being sent to investigate a mysterious event deep within the Empire’s space. A secret research colony has fallen silent and the forces sent to investigate were never heard from again.  A new enemy has come to the Empire bringing with it dark powers that were abandoned long before the Empire was born. Powers that were thought to be legends and myths. It's up to Vydor to keep this force at bay and protect the Empire, but it may come at the cost of his faith and shake the foundations of the Empire itself. The Lost Tales of Power is an open-ended series of Sci-Fi/Fantasy books set in a vast multiverse featuring a mixture of traditional fantasy and science fiction elements.  Lost Tales Series:  Volume I – The Enemy of an Enemy  Volume II – The Academy  Volume III – Rise of Shadows  Volume IV – Resurgence of Ancient Darkness  Volume V – The Sac’a’rith  Volume VI – Spectra’s Gambit  Volume VII – The Sac'a'rith: Rebirth Volume VIII and beyond – TBA

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DJ Paul “Crazy,” Public Enemy “Mine Again” & More | Daily Visuals 9.10.15

DJ Paul already owns a third of an Oscar for his musical talents, but is he thinking about adding another Academy Award to his trophy case using his flair for graphic visuals?

On his latest clip to “Crazy,” the Three 6 Mafia member takes things to a very dark place where unsuspecting white folks are subjected to the kind of torture that seems straight out of a Devil’s Rejects film complete with blood and gore. The bright side is no animals were hurt during the making of this visual. Especially no lions.

With his latest visuals Chuck D pays a visit to Africa, but it wasn’t to drop in on Sincere a.k.a. Nas (90’s Hip-Hoppers will get that reference). With his visuals to “Mine Again” the Hip-Hop icon shines a light on the all too often overlooked struggles that plague the birthplace of humanity.

Check out the rest of today’s releases which include work from Lil Durk, Fredo Santana, and more.
























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The Enemy reveal new album track

THE ENEMY return to WARNER Records, with whom they released their debut album, in 2007, to release their eagerly anticipated 4th studio album.
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Chuck D: People Are Wishing For A Public Enemy Movie That Will Never Happen

(AllHipHop News) With all the hype around the N.W.A biopic Straight Outta Compton, a lot of people began wondering what other Hip Hop themed biographical movies should be made. N.W.A’s Ice Cube recently relayed to AllHipHop.com he was open to making a film about Public Enemy. But what does the group’s front man think about that idea?

[ALSO READ: Ice Cube Confirms He’s Open To Making A ‘Public Enemy’ Film]

Chuck D of P.E. took to Twitter to address the possibility of his legendary crew being depicted on the big screen. It appears the rapper/activist is more concerned about the public supporting Public Enemy’s latest album Man Plans God Laughs than Hollywood covering their story.

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F . Gary Gray, the director of Straight Outta Compton, was asked which Hip Hop act would he like to see get their own biopic. He told AllHipHop.com, “I’m so into Straight Outta Compton it’s hard to answer, but I could tell you I don’t know the story of Wu-Tang. I know they did something really different.”

[ALSO READ: EXCLUSIVE: ‘Straight Outta Compton’ Director F. Gary Gray Reveals What Other Hip Hop Biopic He’d Like To See Made]

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Enemy At the Gates – Jean-Jacques Annaud

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Enemy At the Gates

Jean-Jacques Annaud

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: March 16, 2001

An all-star cast lights up the screen in this riveting epic hailed as "a vivid dramatization of one of history's titanic turning points". (Gene Shalit, Today) The year is 1942 and the Nazis are cutting a deadly swath through Russia. Under the leadership of Kruschev (Bob Hoskins), the citizens of Stalingrad are mounting a brave resistance, spurred by the exploits of their local hero, Vassili Zaitsev (Jude Law). An expert sniper, Vassili's deeds have become legendary – thanks to propaganda produced by Vassili's best friend, a political officer named Danilov (Joseph Fiennes). To stop Vassili, the Germans dispatch their best sniper, Major Konig (Ed Harris), to Stalingrad. When Vassili and Danilov both fall in love with a beautiful soldier (Rachel Weisz), Danilov deserts his friend, leaving Vassili to face his German counterpart alone. As the city burns, Vassili and Konig begin a cunning game of cat and mouse, waging a private war for courage, honor and country.

© © 2001 Paramount Pictures

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Public Enemy Announces Album, ‘Live From Metropolis Studios’

Legendary hip-hop group Public Enemy has announced that they will be releasing a new live album, Live from Metropolis Studios. The album was recorded during an intimate two hour long set at a show in London, UK in front of only 125 people. The 21-track effort, which is due out Sept. 4th, features tracks from their nearly three-decades in hip-hop. The album will feature interviews with Chuck D, Flavor Flav and S1W and will come in CD, Blu-Ray, Vinyl and DVD format.

This announcement comes less than a month after they released their 13th studio album Man Plans, God Laughs.

Take a look at the tracklist below.

Live From Metropolis Studios

1. “Intro”
2. “Lost at Birth”
3. “Miuzi Weighs a Ton”
4. “Get Up Stand Up”
5. “Rebel Without A Pause”
6. “911 Is a Joke”
7. “Welcome to the Terrordome”
8. “Hoover Music”
9. “Black Steel In The Hour of Chaos”
10. “Show Em Whatcha Got”
11. “Bring the Noise”
12. “Don’t Believe the Hype”
13. “Can’t Truss It”
14. “He Got Game”
15. “Night of the Living Baseheads”
16. “I Shall Not Be Moved”
17. “Fight t1he Power”
18. “Can’t Do Nuttin’ for Ya Man”
19. “31 Flavors”
20. “Shut Em Down”
21. “Harder Than You Think”

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Public Enemy “Live From Metropolis Studios” Release Date & Tracklist

The Rap group announces its second project this year.

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Skip Or Repeat: Public Enemy, Ashley Monroe, ‘Southpaw’ and more

Skip Or Repeat: Public Enemy, Ashley Monroe, 'Southpaw' soundtrack and more
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Man Plans God Laughs – Public Enemy

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Man Plans God Laughs

Public Enemy

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: July 27, 2015

© ℗ SPITdigital Recordings

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Man Plans God Laughs
Public Enemy

Release Date:
July 27, 2015
Total Songs:


$ 9.99

℗ SPITdigital Recordings

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Dance with the Enemy – Rob Sinclair

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Dance with the Enemy

a gripping international suspense thriller

Rob Sinclair

Genre: Fiction & Literature

Publish Date: February 6, 2014

Publisher: Clink Street Publishing

Seller: The Perseus Books Group, LLC

Praise for Rob Sinclair and Dance with the Enemy: “an excellent and action packed story that is hard to put down” – Andrea Gianini (Redbrick) “twists and turns that kept me begging for more…jam-packed with detailed action and adventure” – Monica McDaniel (ebookreviewgal) “Sinclair is a genius story teller” – Catherine Rose Putsche (Walkerputsche book blog) “A strong, dramatic and enjoyable debut novel.” – Cathy Ryan (Between the Lines blog) “fast paced action thriller that will have you hooked from the first page…Sinclair really knows how to write” – John Fish (The Last Word review) “Carl Logan may be a battled hardened agent, but Rob Sinclair has managed to find his soul” – Treebeard (bestsellingcrimethrillers.com) Book description: Carl Logan was the perfect agent. A loner, with no real friends or family, he was trained to deal with any situation with cold efficiency, devoid of emotion. But Logan isn't the man he used to be, or the asset he once was. Five months ago his life changed forever when he was captured, tortured and left for dead by Youssef Selim, one of the world's most violent terrorists. When Selim mysteriously reappears in Paris, linked to the kidnapping of America's Attorney General, Logan smells his chance for revenge. Pursuing his man relentlessly, oblivious to the growing trail of destruction that he leaves in his wake, Logan delves increasingly deep into the web of lies and deceit surrounding the kidnapping. Finally, he comes to learn just what it means to Dance with the Enemy.

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The Enemy announce 4th Album

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An Enemy of the People – Henrik Ibsen

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An Enemy of the People

Henrik Ibsen

Genre: Theater

Publish Date: December 31, 2014

Publisher: Project Gutenberg

Seller: Public Domain

Dr. Thomas Stockmann, Medical Officer of the Municipal Baths. Mrs. Stockmann, his wife. Petra (their daughter) a teacher. Ejlif & Morten (their sons, aged 13 and 10 respectively).

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Elite Squad: The Enemy Within – José Padilha

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Elite Squad: The Enemy Within

José Padilha

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: October 8, 2010

From acclaimed director José Padilha ("Robocop (2014)", "Bus 174") and the Oscar-nominated writer of "City of God" comes the highest-grossing film of all time in South America. The sprawling slum that surrounds Rio de Janeiro is one of the most dangerous places on earth, so as the head of Rio's Special Police Operations Battalion, Captain Nascimento has seen his share of intense situations. When a mission to stop a jail riot ends in the violent death of a gang leader, Nascimento finds himself accused of a massacre…but the citizens of Rio, tired of the crime and drugs that plague their city, embrace him as a national hero. Instead of being fired he finds himself promoted. In his powerful new position, Nascimento brings the gangs that rule the slum to their knees, but quickly discovers that he's only made things even easier for the dirty cops and corrupt politicians that are truly running the game. Now, Nascimento must confront his true enemies, who are much more dangerous…and sitting just down the hall.

© © 2010 Zazen Produções Audiovisuais LTDA

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Enemy (2014) – Denis Villeneuve

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Enemy (2014)

Denis Villeneuve

Genre: Thriller

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: March 14, 2014

Jake Gyllenhaal reteams with PRISONERS director Denis Villeneuve in this sexy and mind bending thriller. Adam Bell is a glum professor who has grown disinterested by his ordinary life. When Adam discovers a man who appears to be his double, the identical men meet and their lives become bizarrely and hauntingly intertwined. Gyllenhaal is transfixing playing both roles, journeying through a world both familiar and strange. The film’s final and unnerving image will not be soon forgotten by audiences. In the end, only one man can survive.

© © 2013 Rhombus Media (Enemy) Inc. / Roxbury Pictures S.L. / 9232-2437 Québec Inc. / Mecanismo Films, S.L. / Roxbury EnemyS.L. All Rights Reserved.

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My Own Worst Enemy – Tragic Hero

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My Own Worst Enemy

Tragic Hero

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 9.99

Expected Release Date: June 23, 2015

© ℗ 2015 Hometown Hero Music Group

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The No. 1 Enemy of the LGBT Movement

Pat Robertson? Rick Santorum? The “God Hates Fags” Westboro Baptist Church?

Nope. It’s our own complacency.

We haven’t won yet, not even on marriage, let alone on equal employment, housing and access to public accommodations. Yet most of our leaders and well-meaning allies have proclaimed our “inevitable” victory, turning a blind eye to other LGBTQ issues that would cost real money, like massively funding housing and jobs for queer youth escaping abusive homes.

Even on marriage the unbridled optimism is unwarranted. Reading the Supreme Court’s recent oral arguments on marriage rights for same-sex couples suggests, at best, a narrow 5-4 decision in our favor.

Justice Anthony Kennedy is widely seen as the swing vote, and he had tough questions not only for the lawyers defending anti-LGBT bigotry but for our side as well. And on at least one pivotal issue — whether LGBT rights are too novel and hence better subject to delay — our side totally blew it in their response to the justices.


Listening to the April 28 oral arguments while at work that day, I had a “screaming at the computer moment” and wrote later that evening:

The anthropological ignorance of the justices talking about marriage today was nothing short of astounding.

As Justice Kennedy said, asking of pro-LGBT attorney Mary Banuto, “How do you account for the fact that, as far as I am aware, until the end of the 20th Century, there never was a nation or a culture that recognized marriage between two people of the same sex?”

So here we have a group of mostly white men, certainly none of them Native American, revealing their abject ignorance about “two spirit” people (otherwise known by the French as “the Berdache”) who inhabited this continent far longer than the couple hundred years of their United States. Same-sex relationships on this continent were not only tolerated, but celebrated for centuries before the slave-holding, misogynist Europeans “civilized it.”

Unfortunately the attorneys on our side totally blew it by failing to point this out. For the vast majority of human existence, as evidenced by anthropological studies of “primitive” peoples around the globe, women and men treated each other, and their same- and differently-sexed relationships, in ways that put our present “civilizations” to shame.

So will a same-sex-marriage victory hinge on the ignorance of our nation’s finest legal minds regarding the many thousands of years of acceptance of same-sex relationships here in North America, and by hunter-gatherer societies around word? These histories, by the way, are many times longer than the histories of Judaism and Christianity, with their centuries of enslavement of wives as literally the property of their husbands.

This is not just an academic argument about anthropology. The justices’ fear about embracing rights for what they see as perhaps an ephemeral group — openly proud gay people — echoes a central theme of the Supreme Court in recent decades. Many on both sides of this debate fear Supreme Court rulings in favor of expanded social rights before much of the country is “ready” for them, or rulings for rights that may enjoy broad support today but not in a few decades’ time.

Many likely pro-gay votes on the Supreme Court are petrified at the prospect of repeating what they see as the “mistake” of the Roe v. Wade decision. In the case of Roe, that meant voting 7-2 in favor of privacy rights and the right to abortion only to see a right-wing, anti-abortion backlash take hold in subsequent years. Speaking of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a leader of the liberal bloc on the Supreme Court, a 2013 New Yorker magazine profile remarked that for this reason Ginsburg had lectured that “she had substantial misgivings about how the Court decided Roe v. Wade.”

“She’s very cautious, conservative in a Burkean sense, not at all in the mold of William Brennan or Thurgood Marshall,” said Jamal Greene, a professor at Columbia Law School. “She fundamentally does not believe that large-scale social change should come from the courts.”

“She thinks the Court should not go too far in any given case,” said another associate.

So if this is all the pro-equality “fire in the belly” that can be mustered by Ginsburg, described by The New Yorker as “the senior member of the Court’s liberal quartet,” where does that leave this spring’s court ruling on LGBT rights?

We could get a decision narrowly tailored around marriage rights but leaving unanswered such fundamental questions as our 14th Amendment right to equal housing, jobs and access to public accommodations. And even if we do get such a narrow victory, what’s to say it couldn’t be robbed of much of its power by other recent court decisions?

After all, this is the same reactionary body that ruled in Citizens United that corporations are “people” and therefore could spend unlimited sums on political expenditures. Then to cap that idiocy, in Hobby Lobby it apparently decided that corporations could use their “religious beliefs” to deny their women employees access to contraceptives and abortion services under company health insurance plans.

So what’s to say that this court might with one hand give us nice pieces of paper, marriage licenses, and with the other decide that businesses have a “religious” right to refuse us service? That’s certainly the conclusion that bigots lept to following the Hobby Lobby decision. And while popular revulsion pushed back this reactionary law in Indiana, in the Deep South it’s a different matter. A limited decision by the court could force LGBTs born in Mississippi, Texas and Alabama to wait another generation before getting broader rights beyond just marriage.

The problem with saying that “gay marriage is inevitable” goes beyond being factually wrong. It’s a prescription for failure in winning this or any other right.

It means that we don’t have to do anything to win. It means that we should just let the Supreme Court “do its thing” and magically grant us our rights just because we’re so fabulous.

You would think that LGBTs, especially those of us living in Illinois, would have learned differently from our own recent history. In the spring of 2013, the anti-LGBT bigots defeated us in our effort to pass equal marriage rights in this state, despite polls showing Illinoisans favoring our rights by a nearly 2-to-1 margin.

While we had won the popularity contest, the other side out-hussled us that spring, and Mike Madigan’s House supermajority wasn’t willing to step up for a community that wouldn’t step up for itself, so Rep. Greg Harris didn’t call the bill.

Fortunately, late that fall, after an unprecedented LGBT mobilization at the big Springfield march, and many smaller actions besides, we finally brought home the bacon. But it took a fight with the supermajority Democratic Party to win the day. House Speaker Madigan’s party had long said that they were on our side, but they weren’t willing to pay the necessary political capital to win the fight until we forced them to.

Now the venue for the battle for equal marriage rights (and a lot more) has shifted to the U.S. Supreme Court. And here we must confront one of the biggest myths of U.S. politics: that justices ignore popular opinion and attempt to soberly decide cases simply based on the statements and intent of the long-dead Founders and subsequent legislators.

But the real story is that the 7-2 Roe v. Wade decision in 1973 — now derided by justices of the right and left as too far-reaching — was the product of a burgeoning women’s movement and radically changing attitudes about women’s rights to control their own bodies and destinies. The movement itself came on the heels of the civil rights and anti-Vietnam War movements, which introduced what were then radical notions of Black personhood and national self-determination for countries long dominated by the U.S. and other Western powers, respectively.

Sadly, today we live a very different country. About the only bright spot is the dramatic advance of LGBT rights in recent years. Besides that, we live in a country that is now endlessly at war, regularly dropping bombs on a host of Middle Eastern and African countries, “failed nations” and brutal U.S.-backed dictators from one end to the other, not to mention the “boots on the ground” in the U.S.’s longest-ever wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

We live in a country that has retreated back into a level of school segregation statistically similar to that which preceded the landmark 1954 Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas decision. A country that has reached record levels economic inequality, and one where police violence and mass incarceration against Black people are at such levels that activists have to assert the simple notion that “Black lives matter.” In such a country, support for women’s right to choose, while still a majority, is far weaker and less vocal than in 1973 and therefore is under threat.

The decline of the 1960s movements for Blacks and women and against war should hold a warning for LGBTs. The upward trajectory of social justice movements does not last forever, and once that ascent is over, rights can come under savage attacks, and hurtful retreats begin.

That is why our complacency is the biggest enemy of the LGBT movement.

Rather than sit back in self-satisfaction, hoping for whatever incremental gains might be given to us, we should be furiously organizing to take advantage of recent LGBT rights momentum to win as many broad-reaching gains as we can, while we can.

The current pro-LGBT momentum will not last forever. And at that point we’ll be fighting to simply hang on to whatever we still have.

Andy Thayer is a co-founder of the Gay Liberation Network. GLN, along with other groups locally and around the country, are organizing “Day of Decision” rallies and speak-outs in response to the Supreme Court’s forthcoming decision on marriage rights. Chicago’s event will be in front of the Center on Halsted, 3656 N. Halsted Street, at 7 p.m. on whatever night the Supreme Court announces its decision. He can be reached at LGBTliberation@aol.com.

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Pharrell Williams Curated Soundtrack For “Dope” Features Tracks By Nas, Public Enemy, A Tribe Called Quest & More

(AllHipHop News) Pharrell Williams is serving as an executive producer for the upcoming film Dope. The Grammy winning artist has also taken on the task of curating the music for the movie’s soundtrack, and P went into the vaults to pull out some classic cuts from the 1990’s.

Tunes by Hip Hop legends Nas, Public Enemy, A Tribe Called Quest, and Naughty By Nature were all tapped for the album. Punk band Awreeoh makes four appearances. The late poet Gil Scott-Heron is featured on the soundtrack as well.

Dope tells the story of three nerdy South Los Angeles high schoolers obsessed with ‘90’s Hip Hop culture. The film stars Shameik Moore, Tony Revolori, and Kiersey Clemons. Celebrities A$ AP Rocky, Zoë Kravitz, Chanel Iman, and Tyga also make appearances.

Rick Famuyiwa (The Wood, Brown Sugar) directed Dope. Along with Pharrell, the film was produced by Forest Whitaker and co-executive produced by Sean “Diddy” Combs. The Dope soundtrack is scheduled for release on June 16. The movie hits theaters June 19. Pre-order the album here.

Check out the full tracklist for the Dope soundtrack and the movie trailer below.

Dope Soundtrack

1.  Rebirth of Slick—Digable Planets
2.  Can’t Bring Me Down—Awreeoh
3.  The World Is Yours—Nas
4.  Go Head—Awreeoh
5.  Rebel Without A Pause—Public Enemy
6.  Don’t Get Deleted—Awreeoh
7.  Scenario—A Tribe Called Quest
8.  Cocaina Shawty—Kap G
9.  Poppin’ Off—Watch The Duck
10. The Humpty Dance—Digital Underground
11. New Money—Buddy
12. Hip Hop Hooray—Naughty By Nature
13. Dirty Feeling—LolaWolf
14. Home Is Where The Hatred Is—Gil Scott-Herron
15. It’s My Turn Now—Awreeoh

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Roger Waters: Silicon Valley Isn’t Music’s Enemy

Just because you’re a rock star doesn’t make you right. In case you missed it, Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters railed against techies in the London Times behind a paywall, accusing Silicon Valley and the music industry of “stealing every f–king cent anybody ever made.” And now we’ve got to see his inane opinions trumpeted across
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Flannel Is Not the Enemy

In April, a group of students at McGuffey High School in Claysville, Washington County, Pennsylvania organized an “Anti-Gay Day” in response to the National Day of Silence. LGBTQA students in McGuffey’s GSA had organized a local Day of Silence as part of their ongoing work to build safer schools. In photos that went viral, some participating youth wore flannel shirts to promote “Anti-Gay Day” which was a source of some eye rolling and dismay among flannel wearing lesbians (and others.)

As a counter-response, community leaders opted to organize a show of support for LGBTQA youth, using the hashtag #TakeTheHighRoad which is a play on McGuffey’s mascot (a Highlander) and the need to stay focused on what was best for the youth themselves. Flannel shirts were encouraged, but optional.

The youth in Pittsburgh-based queer performing arts group Dreams of Hope took our #TakeTheHighRoad message of support to McGuffey High LGBTQA students a few steps further — producing this lovely video with their own unique messages.

For McGuffey High from Dreams of Hope from First Take on Vimeo.

Kudos to Dreams of Hope for reminding us that flannel is not the enemy and the value of supporting other students.

What can I add to their message? You might still want to post your own photo and make a modest donation to the crowdfund. All funds will be used by the Washington County Gay Straight Alliance (a 501c3) for student programming, including taking the youth to the upcoming queer prom as well as their after school activities. This GSA is a community group that has been on the ground working with McGuffey School District for months. They will be there when the dust settles and the public eye turns elsewhere.

For more information, please visit the Stop The Hate at McGuffey Facebook page.

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Ted Nugent Says ‘Enemy’ Obama Is Causing Veteran Suicides

Ted Nugent is blaming the “enemy” for veteran suicides: President Barack Obama.

“Here’s your job, Republican Party,” Nugent said over the weekend in comments posted online by Right Wing Watch. “Twenty to 25 of those guys kill themselves every day, and they haven’t told you why and they haven’t told anybody else why but they told me why: because the commander-in-chief is the enemy.”

Nugent was speaking at the Republican Party of Maricopa County, Arizona’s Lincoln Day Dinner, where he had been introduced by controversial sheriff Joe Arpaio, the website reported.

His remarks come as a new report finds that increasing rates of veteran suicides are not being caused by deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Nugent made similar comments nearly two years ago to conservative radio host Alex Jones.

At the time, Nugent said veterans were taking their own lives “because they are in absolute frustration and heartbreak that their boss, their commander-in-chief, violates the Constitution that he has made an oath to, while their hero warrior blood brothers are being blown to smithereens and blown up while executing their oath to the same Constitution that the president, the vice president and the attorney general violate.”

The classic rocker has a history of controversial statements, with the president as a frequent target of his ire. Last year, he apologized after calling Obama “a subhuman mongrel.” Nugent has also called Obama “an evil, dangerous man who hates America” and said in 2012 that he would “either be dead or in jail” in a year if the president was reelected.

(h/t Mediaite)
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Hero Dog Saves Cat Friend From Enemy, The Cup

A cat in need requires a friend indeed.

In this video, posted on YouTube Saturday, a helpful dog leaps to the aid of his cat friend after the feline gets his head stuck in a plastic cup.

We’re not certain why the human in the video didn’t help the poor kitty, but we’re certainly glad his canine buddy was around to lend a helping paw. What a pal!

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