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DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz will be on CNN’s “State of the Union with Candy Crowley” this morning. Twitter users didn’t even wait until the show began to hilariously start the mocking.
— Betty Howell (@MacBetty) May 27, 2012
— JandD (@JenandDon) May 27, 2012
— Gordon Black (@mmsonblack) May 27, 2012
— mark flesberg (@markflesberg) May 27, 2012
— LL1885 – A.P. Dillon (@LadyLiberty1885) May 27, 2012
— Russ Stringer (@jeepgeek) May 27, 2012
Twitchy will monitor the show’s airing and update accordingly.
Maybe I’d be more sympathetic to their case if the people who are constantly raising hell about helping Libya would stop blocking any effort to actually help Libya.
If you’re unfamiliar with the Benghazi controversy, Sen. McCain spends until 5:41 laying out his case. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s response really takes off around 6:30.
An article today in the state-run Global Times has mentioned that China is unlikely to take sides with Pakistan or India on the Kashmir issue. It added that the rise in tensions between the two countries, though, is what’s keeping “PoK” behind developmentally.
This woman wakes up one morning to find her husband gone.
The last few months his behavior has been strange. She begins to thinks the worst. Nevertheless, its cleaning day. She stretches and prepares to clean the house. Then she finds a letter, left by her husband, on a bedside table. She reads it and weeps.
Heres the letter she found:
I write to you now while you are sleeping, just in case tomorrow it’s not me who wakes up beside you.
With these two-way trips, I am spending more and more time on the other side, and who knows? I’m afraid that I won’T come back from one trip.
Just in case tomorrow I am not able to understand what is happening to me. Just in case tomorrow I’m unable to tell you how much I admire and appreciate your integrity, that determination of yours to be by my side, trying to make me happy despite it all. As you always do.
Just in case tomorrow I am not aware anymore of what you do. When you stick up notes on the doors so that I don’t confuse the bathroom and kitchen. When you manage to make us laugh after I put my shoes on without socks. When you try to keep the conversation alive although I get lost in every sentence. When you approach me discretely and whisper the name of one of our grandchildren in my ear. When you reply tenderly to one of the rage attacks I have, as if something inside me rebels against this thing that takes over me.
For these and many other things. Just in case tomorrow I don’t remember your name or mine.
Just in case tomorrow I can’t thank you.
Just in case tomorrow, Julia, I can’t tell you one last time, that I LOVE YOU.
What a wonderful letter despite the sadness in regards to the ailment of forgetfulness which is occurring. It really is a letter of true love and definitely one that deserves to be shared!
I don’t recall seeing national outrage when this happened. I feel like these cases are too often lost, forgotten, or ignored, and that’s why I am so glad J. Cole brought this little girl and her tragic story back into our consciousness.
Watch it, and then read the recap below.
This video is a dramatization. Here’s what happened:
At nearly 1 a.m. on May 16, 2010, on an unlit street in the East Side of Detroit, a Special Response Team (Detroit Police Department’s version of a SWAT team) raided a duplex in search of a murder suspect. A single shot was fired from an officer’s submachine gun. It struck and killed Aiyana Stanley-Jones. She was 7 years old.
You have to ask yourself whether the 25-year trend of outfitting our police forces with the tools and mentality of an invading army is really worth this type of casualty.
Special thanks to the unofficial poet laureate of Detroit, Charlie LeDuff, for crucial background. If you want to fall down the rabbit hole of the American police state, Radley Balko‘s report is essential reading.
Who he is: One guy named Jean-Philip Grobler.
What he sounds like: Happy! This song will make you smile. Sunny and warm like the island, duh.
Random: Perfect music for a sunny day with a cocktail next to the pool.
Who she is: An Australian singer song writer with an amazing EP.
What she sounds like: It’s all very ’80s but not in a dated annoying way.
Random: Listen to her EP on Spotify!!!!!! It is so, so good. “High Society” is perfect.
Who they are: A guy and a girl who went to college together. Now they live in Brooklyn.
What they sound like: Kind of like Florence and the Machine.
Random: Lizzy, the lead singer, has amazing hair. Also this music video is an acid trip. Good luck!
Who she is: A 21-year-old from the U.K. who wrote the song “I Love It” by Icona Pop.
What she sounds like: Her music is described as “neon goth.” Which means it’s really fun and inspired by everyone from the Spice Girls to Lil Wayne.
Random: She wrote a song for Britney Spears’ new CD. Also check out her debut album, especially the song “Nuclear Seasons.”
Who she is: Country’s new “alt” darling.
What she sounds like: A softer version of Miranda Lambert.
Random: Her CD is definitely one of the best country albums of the year.
Who she is: The swedish Kesha.
What she sounds like: Way better than Kesha.
Random: “Run On Love” is another great song.
Who they are: A YouTube comedy group from Australia.
What they sound like: Basically One Direction. It’s actually a cover of this song by Wallpaper.
Random: Janoskians stands for Just Another Name Of Silly Kids In Another Nation.
Who they are: A band from New York.
What it sounds like: Another super happy song. So freeing. Also very ’80s sounding.
Random: This song was actually produced by the guy from St. Lucia, which is probably why it’s so happy sounding.
Who she is: A british singer and songwriter whose real name is actually, for real, Neon. Her family members were travelers, like gypsies, so that has some influence on her music. Neon has been around for a while now, but has only really had a hit as a featured artist in the Gym Class Heroes song “Ass Back Home.”
What she sounds like: This is a hot slow jam. It reminds me of “Skin” by Rihanna.
Random: She does some AMAZING covers. Check out this one of “Gucci Gucci” by Kreayshawn. She also co-wrote Kesha’s “Blah Blah Blah.”
Who he is: A DJ.
What it sounds like: The song samples Cassie’s hit “Me & You.”
Random: This song is blowing up on the U.K.’s Radio 1, which is like the U.K.’s most important pop station.
Who they are: A band from Los Angeles who released their first album in 2010.
What it sounds like: According to Wikipedia, “soul-influenced indie pop.” It’s a good thing. I swear!
Random: Listen to “Dont Gotta Work It Out.” Hot jam.
Who she is: MS. AVRIL LAVIGNE.
What it sounds like: Basically like any other Avril record… which isn’t a bad thing.
Random: The song hasn’t totally caught on yet… but the video is crazy.
Who she is: The only and only, Regina Spektor!
What it sounds like: The theme song from Orange Is The New Black, because it is.
Random: If you only know the song from the TV show then you definitely need to listen to the full version. It’s so much better.
Who they are: Three Russian women.
What it sounds like: Crack.
Random: Good luck getting it out of your head!
Who she is: A 16-year-old from New Zealand with a shitload of talent.
What it sounds like: “Royals”-esque, her other hit.
Random: Lorde’s big hit this summer was “Royals.” The song hit No. 1 on the U.S. alternative chart and Lorde became the first female to top that chart in 17 years!!
Who he is: Another Brit.
What it sounds like: Fun/dance. There are horns.
Random: This song was really big in the U.K. this summer.
Who she is: An electropop singer/songwriter.
What it sounds like: Chill.
Random: Little Boots is a great pop artist. If you haven’t heard “Remedy” go to YouTube RIGHT NOW.
Who they are: A girl group that formed on the show X-Factor.
What it sounds like: Classic girl group jams.
Random: Demi Lovato cried when she saw this music video.
Who is she: “Lights,” “Anything Can Happen,” “I Need Your Love.” You get it.
What it sounds like: A solid mainstream pop record.
Random: The song is HUGE overseas. It hasn’t quite caught on stateside.
Who is he: A U.K. producer.
What it sounds like: Starts out slow but catches up.
Random: Naughty Boy is one of the current “it” producers. He’s worked with Rihanna, Cheryl Cole, and on Britney Spears’ new record. This song was also HUGE worldwide this summer.
Who they are: ANOTHER band from Britain.
What it sounds like: A warrior chant.
Random: HUGE song around the world but only made it to No. 95 in the US.
Who they are: A Norwegian hip-hop duo.
What it sounds like: This song is chill as fuck. Listen a few times. It get better every time.
Random: This song was big in Norway this summer, obv.
Who they are: A swedish pop duo.
What it sounds like: Kind of like “I Love It.” It samples Tupac’s “Me And My Girlfriend.”
Random: It’s just a cute song!
Who they are: Three sisters!
What it sounds like: Shania Twain/Fleetwood Mac, I guess.
Random: HAIM is the best!! Listen to “Falling” too.
Who they are: A scottish electropop band.
What it sounds like: Lots of “Oh oh oh ohs.” They’re influenced by Robyn and Prince.
Random: Their debut album comes out on Sept. 23.
Who she is: Selegend.
What it sounds like: SO YUMMY.
Random: This better be a single. She released a video for it on her actual birthday.
Who they are: A girl group from the U.K. that formed on its version of X-Factor.
What it sounds like: Very ’90s! The Missy Elliot rap is impeccable.
Random: If you’ve been missing Missy guest raps THIS IS YOUR JAM.
Who she is: Will Smith’s daughter duhhhh.
What it sounds like: ~Melodic Chaotic~ … whatever that means.
Random: The British accent is bizarre but somehow works.
Who she is: One of the most underrated pop divas.
What it sounds like: Hard.
Random: This entire album is pretty good. Also check out “Livin It Up” with Nicki Minaj.
Who they are: Canadian indie-pop-rock duo.
What it sounds like: Awesome piano pop.
Random: Tegan and Sara are flawless. Check out their last album.
Who they are: A band from Rochester.
What it sounds like: A lit’ral eargasm.
Random: The RAC remix may be even better than the original.
Who she is: An epic songwriter who has basically written every Katy Perry hit.
What it sounds like: Basically like Katy Perry.
Random: Bonnie has written so, so many huge pop hits. It’ll be interesting to see what she pulls together for hew new album.
Who she is: A singer, songwriter, and pianist best known for her song “Love Song.”
What it sounds like: This is the original “Roar” by Katy Perry.
Random: “Brave” >>> “Roar”
Who is it: A DJ.
What it sounds like: The word “Bubble butt” x 100. It’s good.
Random: The video is amazing if you haven’t seen it already.
Who is it: A girl group from the U.K.
What it sounds like: Very ’90s. This is different for them.
Random: The Saturdays are amaaaazing. Check out “Higher” and “Work” if you’ve never listened to them before.
Here’s a Spotify playlist of most of the songs if that’s your thing: The 35 Best Pop Songs You Might Have Missed This Summer.
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