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Hailing from Conway Arkansas, James Cain (DJ Cain) has remained a force within the music industry for years. Boasting an impressive resume that positions him amongst the best of the best, his drive, f... Read More


 

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RACE ALLEGATIONS COST SESSIONS A JOB

   

RACE ALLEGATIONS COST SESSIONS A JOB

Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions is preparing to face fresh scrutiny for a decades' old charge he made racially-charged comments while a US Attorney in his home state of Alabama. The allegations cost him a job as a federal judge in 1986 and have the potential to sink his nomination to be attorney general under President-elect Donald Trump. To survive, he will need to carefully distance himself from the damaging charges and deftly manage how his Senate colleagues -- and the public -- react to them.It won't be easy. Many Democrats already are deeply disturbed by the allegations that Sessions may have called an African-American lawyer "boy" and accused the NAACP and ACLU of being "un-American." They promise to re-investigate the charges to determine if they are still relevant. But Democrats are equally concerned about fourth-term senator's current views on immigration and border control, which they consider strident and racially-biased. They worry that in the sensitive post as the top law enforcement official in the country, Sessions may not treat all people equally under law and already some Democrats privately want to defeat him."While many of us have worked with Senator Sessions closely and know him to be a staunch advocate for his beliefs, the process will remain the same: a fair and complete review of the nominee. While Senator Sessions and I differ on a great many issues, I am committed to a full and fair process," said Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, who will be the top Democrat on the Judiciary Committee next year when it holds confirmation hearings for Sessions, who also sits on the committee.In 2009, Sessions told CNN's Dana Bash that his 1986 confirmation hearing before the Judiciary Committee -- a contentious affair where he clashed repeatedly with Sen. Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts and other Democrats -- was "really heartbreaking to me."Visibly upset in the television interview, the earnest senator pleaded his case. "That was not fair. That was not accurate. Those were false charges and distortions of anything that I did, and it really was not. I never had those kinds of views, and I was caricatured in a way that was not me," he said. The question is whether Session's heartfelt appeal that he was a victim of wrongful allegations and not the perpetrator of racially-insensitive conduct can convince senators to confirm him. The haze of time and distance from the events may assist Sessions, especially with many of the players of the 1986 drama no longer in the Senate.Political connectionsSessions' political ties to Trump and Senate Republican leaders could help him too. He's a fierce defender of the President-elect and was the first senator to endorse him. Trump said he could have any job he wanted -- and he mulled becoming secretary of defense before settling on AG.Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, said he "strongly supports" the nomination and promised a swift confirmation process for him. Senate Judiciary Committee Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, noting that Sessions was once the top Republican on the committee, said he is "confident he would be reported favorably out of the committee."Also helping Sessions are the new Senate rules that will allow him to be confirmed with the support of just 51 senators, not the supermajority 60 that were required until recently. That means Republicans can confirm Sessions without any Democratic support. Sessions, who will want to be confirmed with bipartisan support, will point Democrats to comments from the late Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania, who in 1986 was one of only two GOP members of the Judiciary Committee to vote against Sessions' nomination to the federal bench. In 2009, as Specter was leaving the Republican Party and joining the Democratic caucus, he said he "regretted" that vote."Because I have found that Sen. Sessions is egalitarian," Specter told reporters.Defending Sessions' record on civil rights issues, Trump spokesman Jason Miller noted Friday that Session had voted for a 30-year extension of the Civil Rights Act, had voted to confirm Eric Holder -- who is black -- as attorney general, and voted to give civil rights legend Rosa Parks the Congressional Gold Medal.As an example of the Trump team readying for a battle, a public relations firm sent reporters pictures of Sessions attending the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday at the Edmund Pettus Bridge and holding hands with Rep. John Lewis, D-Georgia. The release said the photos are 'Worth 1,000 words" and the Sessions' critics may not want the photos to be seen.Race and the CapitolThe difficult topic of race relations is never far from the surface in the Capitol, where momentous battles over slavery and civil rights were fought out on the House and Senate floors. Today, lawmakers remain divided over questions about police shootings of black Ameri


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The very beginning, many people didn''t believe the romance between Taylor Swift and Drake coupling was possible. But it could make sense when you think about it. Drake is successful, famous, good looking and non-threatening man.The only reason Taylor didn''t pursue a relationship with him could be the same reason her romance with Harry Styles ended so quickly- Drake is almost as famous as she is, which might be a deal-breaker for her.On the other hand, Drake actually did date Rihanna, twice. Sadly, the relationship didn''t last very long both times.Since both, Taylor and Drake are the king and queen of the breakup, that could be the reason why many people are were craving to see their relationship "happen."


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COULD JAY-Z RUN FOR A POLITICAL OFFICE IN THE FUTURE?
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 Although Bey-Z couldn't get Hillary Clinton in the White House, this doesn't mean all hope is lost.In fact, Jay Z may have some political aspirations of his own.According to RadarOnline, the Hip Hip mogul is preparing to run for political office in New York.Hov & Bey are openly supportive of the Democratic party as Beyonce sung the National Anthem at President Obama's 2012 inauguration, and the power couple both performed at a Cleveland rally for Clinton during her presidential campaign.
A source close to the couple is claiming that Clinton's unfortunate defeat made him consider running for office in NY."Jay Z is really considering running for political office in New York and Beyonce is 1000 percent supportive of her husband's decision," said the insider.If Jay's delusional and estranged "brother" Kanye West thinks he can and should run for President in 2020, we are surely behind Hov running for political office in NY. Actually if there's any truth to it, I think Jay could be a good politician.The source also told RadarOnline that the Obamas always encouraged Jay to run."They told him that he would make a great leader. Jay Z not only has star power, but he would have a ton of support from his fans, as well as from past administrations."Should Jay run for office? What are your thoughts


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YUNG MA EJECTS FAN FOR NOT HAVING A PHONE

   

YUNG MA EJECTS FAN FOR NOT HAVING A PHONE

Young MA is dope and getting mass recognition for her lyrical abilities, but a recent move has people scratching their heads. Now, a lot of people are saying that MA kicked the fan out for not having a phone, but that's not exactly what happened. Apparently they were doing a social media event or something where everybody needed to pull out there phone. Shorty did NOT have a phone and was moved from the front row even though she had copped her ticket.I guess its Young MA's show and she gets her way! Check the Vid!


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