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Rove: The ObamaCare Bad News Continues..

Fri, 17 Jun 2011 15:33:00 +0000

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Fri, 17 Jun 2011 15:29:00 +0000

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Raw Video: Fla. Armed Robbery Caught on Tape

Fri, 17 Jun 2011 15:23:00 +0000

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Fereshta - Global Citizen

Fri, 17 Jun 2011 10:34:00 +0000

Fereshta - Global Citizen2011, Peace, Love & Bling RecordsFereshta Samah is an Afghani-born singer/songwriter who now resides in Germany.  Along with older sister Hangama, the Samah's are two of the most well-known pop singer/songwriters to come out of Afghanistan.  Fereshta recently released her latest album, Global Citizen, a collection of twelve songs that run the gamut from folk-inspired alt-pop to Runaways-style pop/metal.Global Citizen is a schizophonic musical experience right from the start.  With a voice that's part Anabella Lwin (Bow Wow Wow) and part Edie Brickell, Fereshta bullies her way through faster-paced tunes in an anachronistic style that's charming.  On slower numbers such as the anemic closer "General Breeze", her vocal imperfections are thoroughly over-exposed.  Fereshta seems to be at her best when she pouts and preens, as in the bubblegum metal of "Amends", or the Runaways/Hole inspired "Body Heat".  The standout track on the album is decorated in a polished garage rock sound.  "Wonderlust" recalls the pure sexual freedom of the 1980's and its pouty leading ladies, wrapped up in a descending bass line and big hooks.Fereshta manages to shine at times on "Global Citizen", in spite of a writing style that perhaps isn't yet as mature as her musical ambitions.  There's real pop sensibility and room for growth here, as Fereshta shows an ability to connect with listeners through the medium of catchy pop/rock numbers that are memorable and fun.  Based on the title and the album cover, you won't be prepared for what you find here, but it's good when music surprises you.  Fereshta may have some growing to do as an artist, but she's certainly a pleasant surprise.Rating: 3 Stars (Out of 5) Learn more about Fereshta at or  Global Citizen is available from as a CD or Download.  The album is also available via iTunes.[...]

Josu De Solaun - In The Mist

Fri, 17 Jun 2011 10:21:00 +0000

Josu De Solaun - In The Mist2011, Melos RecordsJosu De Solaun moved to New York City from Spain at the age of 17 to pursue his dreams of a career in music.  The now 29 year-old De Solaun is a classical pianist with a fine ear and a level of technical proficiency that speaks of decades of training and hard work.  A graduate of the Manhattan School of Music, De Solaun is a previous winner of First Prize at the I European Union Piano Competition, and winner of the First Grand Prize at the XV José Iturbi International Piano Competition.  Du Solaun has performed with as a soloist with major orchestras across Europe and North America, and perhaps most impressive, has won acknowledgements and praise from his peers in the classical world.  Jose Du Solaun's debut album, In The Mist, shows off both his technical abilities and his almost preternatural phrasing.De Solaun opens with Alexander Skryabin's In The Mist, in four movements.  "Andante" starts as a gentle flow, growing in turbulence with the power of roiling waters before acquiescing again into a peaceful beauty.  De Solaun accomplished with a mix of dynamics and touch, using tension and drama to underscore the changes in volume much as an actor uses facial expressions and movement to underscore the drama of their lines.  "Molto Adagio" has a dreamy, pastoral nature.  De Solaun sets the mood and controls the musical flow with apparent ease, hinting occasionally at turbulence with subtle yet powerful derivations that quickly evaporate into air.  "Andantino" is sweet and lulling, but occasionally erupts into an emotional outburst that is quickly quelled by its softer natures.  Its thought blended with passion that quickly succumbs to the beauty of logic.  De Solaun's phrasing here is impeccable, capturing each nuance of color and emotion and channeling into the ears of the listener with an apparent ease that is unsettling.  "Presto" shows a distinctive lyricism in De Solaun's play; having an almost ballet-like feel.  De Solaun builds dramatically into turbulence and darkness, with runs thundering down like a downpour.  The turn from darkness to light is well-played, announcing the end of the storm and a coming full circle.  De Solaun's interpretational style and execution will leave you breathless.Maria Agata Szymanowski's "Scheherazade", from her Masques, Op. 34, is expansive and complex in its meandering style and contemplative air.  Se Solaun culls the nearly eleven-minute composition for tension and drama with an emotive playing style that makes the most of the work.  Szymanowski's "Scheherazade" is a difficult work for any pianist, calling for intense contrasts in subtle musical colors to avoid falling into aimlessness.  De Solaun surfs these waters better than most.Leos Janacek's Piano Sonata, Op. 23 is up next, presented in four movements that sound as if they were written for Josu De Solaun to play.  "Drammatico" opens with flair, moving through pensive, rich passages into an air of uncertainty; as if Janacek and De Solaun are finding their way together.  De Solaun's showmanship is very much intact, but it is the subtlety of phrasing that impresses most here.  "Allegretto" is dark and vibrant; music written for action that sounds like a grand ballet at times.  De Solaun punctuates the subtleties of the melody with a heavy left hand that drives the movement.  "Andante" brings listeners close to the living, breathing performer in a performance that is all in.  Like following a trickle to a brook to a stream, De Solaun builds a lovely and lyric theme in intensity with a light energy that runs to the core of the music.  The movement, and resulting moment, are a thing of beauty.  "Presto Con Fuoco" is dark and manic in the opening moments, with a urgent, ov[...]

Piadas traduzidas: MY TIME’S UP?

Fri, 17 Jun 2011 09:56:00 +0000

Piadas traduzidas: MY TIME’S UP?
AnônimoSource: Teclasap 54-year-old woman [Uma senhora de 54 anos] had a heart attack [sofreu um infarto] and was taken to the hospital. While on the operating table [mesa de operações] she had a near death experience [ela quase morreu].Seeing God [ao ver Deus] she asked “Is my time up?” [Chegou a minha hora?]God said, “No, you have




Help Jeanie campaign join on her Fan page

Fri, 17 Jun 2011 00:37:00 +0000

                             Jeanie needs your support join on the campaign, please and save one life.

Well I invite you, dear readers to join on Jeanie Campaign, well this is a short description about her campaign says her husband please you just need to join on her Fan page as well as please promote it on your FB's




VIDEO 1NewsBusted 6/15/11 - WEINERGATE ...

Thu, 16 Jun 2011 22:00:00 +0000

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Rich Jones

Thu, 16 Jun 2011 21:56:00 +0000

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The Art of Voice (no audio)
Imagine words rolling out of your mouth, as if they were minded in gold. This Midas tongue is no myth. Just ask a professional voice artist – one of those men and women we hear in TV and radio commercials, animated cartoons, and movie trailers. Their vocal chords earn them a great




VIDEO ! Dennis Miller on GOP Presidential Debate, Obama in Puerto Rico ..

Thu, 16 Jun 2011 19:08:00 +0000

Las Vegas...Hotel security guards abuse guests & violate rights! Losers in monkey suits!

Thu, 16 Jun 2011 18:06:00 +0000

I felt vindicated today when I opened up the "Review Journal" and spied a report on the ongoing abusive and illegal conduct of security guards at a handful of the local Hotels - which has not only spoiled vacations for tourists - but ended up violating their civil rights in the process.Tattler readers may recall that I have written exposes on these issues in past posts.Harrah's Hotel Post: 10/09/2009 Golden Nugget HotelPost: 12/27/2007 Post: 07/10/2010 Spike HotelPost: 07/10/2010 to the Review Journal reporter, Hotels try to keep the incidents of assault and battery on guests "Hush Hush" to avoid bad publicity and to protect their coveted image in the industry-at-large.The main problem?The Hotels are inclined to employ cocky security guards (unqualified losers who failed to make the grade as legitimate Police Officers officers at recognized Law Enforcement Agencies) who daily abuse their power and end up violating the rights of Hotel guests in the process.The truth of the matter?The rinky-dink security details (who are under the mistaken impression that they have big-swinging dicks hanging between their legs) are gangs of thugs in monkey suits with deep-rooted psychological problems.In the Review Journal's expose, it was noted that security footage on file revealed that guests were nabbed without provocation in some instant cases and held without their will for no good reason.Shocking DVD records in court records also determined - that on more than one occasion - a major Hotel on the Vegas Strip, handcuffed guests and took photographs of the individuals for their files (!) before releasing the shaken patrons with a warning that if they returned to the Casino they would be arrested (for what crime?).In response, the Hotels in question were forced to face litigation, and settle out-of-court.One online reader at the Review Journal web site actually had the audacity to allege that so-called "victims" were just opportunists seeking "marks" with deep pockets (big bucks Hotel owners).Bullshit!I have personally witnessed the abusive - illegal - conduct on the Casino floor at a handful of the local Hotels in the desert oasis.I always urge victims to sue for damages to deter such heinous conduct in the future.After all, tourists - and locals alike - are legally entitled to frequent local establishments provided they abide by the house rules and regulations and do not break any laws in the Las Vegas community-at-large!Amen!   [...]

Judgment Day for Obama?

Thu, 16 Jun 2011 18:05:00 +0000

Judgment Day for Obama? click for more...