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Mos Def to play Vicar Street

Hidden Agenda presents Yasiin Bey a.k.a Mos Def live in Vicar Street on November 24th. One of the greatest emcees of all time is touring to celebrate the 15th anniversary of his debut album ‘Black On Both Sides’. 49 more words



I actually can’t wait to write a full on update on this.. but now isn’t quite the time… as it requires story telling…

When i started my brand I started it with some body I thought i knew, turns out I didn’t. 192 more words


The Real Reasons the Board Will Approve a Resolution Denouncing Common Core

Williamson County Schools got some big, wonderful news on Oct. 2: Due to its proven ability to be a high-achieving school district, WCS now has the TN Department of Education’s approval to set “independent rigorous local standards meeting or exceeding Tennessee curriculum expectations and aligned to state assessments.” 2,034 more words

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Media Mode, Volume One...This Is Not Pure Drinking Water

This Is Not Pure Drinking Water

The monster of mode, as in method, means, or approach is here for you. The race to media has finally caused the opening of the huge container of delusional life. 403 more words


America's Catastrophic Sundown, Volume One

Mind Intrusions, The Heart Of The Church

The most obvious intrusion into the mind of America is the delusion that todays trended sophistications are the replacements for maturity and sobriety. 402 more words


"All About That Bass-" A song with a hidden agenda?

“All about that bass” has swept the nation due to its “positive message” and has been played minute after minute, station after station. It seems as though Meghan Trainor popped up overnight. 269 more words


Just When I Think Liberals Couldn't Get Any Stupider...

Middle-school training documents in Lincoln, Nebraska advise teachers not to call “students ‘boys and girls’ or ‘ladies and gentlemen,’ but to instead use more generic expressions like campers, readers, athletes or even purple penguins to be more ‘gender inclusive.’”  How about calling a student a student?  27 more words