The King of News Speaks the Truth, Posting 2017 Inauguration Violence Footage

BLM and Antifa Violence in the Streets

This should kick some memories in.

While you’re watching, be careful if you’re leaning to the left.

This’ll make you fall over.

The whole “King of News” post from YouTube, including “read more” details and video footage, is below. It highlights the energy in 2017, which was freely allowed. Many who were arrested during this event and over the past four years, were protected and released by police. The treatment of the entire group of leftists, violent protesters, antifa and BLM scum has been the polar opposite of the treatment of conservative voters and protesters.

Today’s inauguration prep in Washington DC looks like a dictatorship. All we’d need is unfair treatment of the opposition and secretive behavior by the media.

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Blackmail, Bring It All Back, Bring Me Your Cup (Music Videos)

The Bring It All Back Session

This was basically a practice session. Three songs I’m working on: Robert Palmer’s “Blackmail,” from Sneakin’ Sally Through the Alley (debut, 1974), S Club’sBring it All Back (Debut, 1999) and UB40’s “Bring Me Your Cup” from 1993’s standout “Promises and Lies.

I was twelve when the Robert Palmer album came out! I was always an early adopter of cool stuff! The song “Blackmail” was written by Palmer and Lowell George; George would become one of my musical heroes! It was down and dirty disco rock, unabashed, surrounded by girls in short dresses – Continue reading “Blackmail, Bring It All Back, Bring Me Your Cup (Music Videos)”

Omaha (Duritz), Mark Urso

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A music video from the recent past!

I’m testing hosting this video on WordPress. The other options include YouTube, which I currently use, Vimeo, which is a strangely-set up thing and self-hosting on my Netsol space, which I will try next. This week web hosting became a partisan issue. Who would have thought?

Omaha, from August and Everything After, Mark Urso, Epiphone guitar.

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Idiot Wind, Mark Urso

There’s mean, then there’s mean. I mean professional mean. The kind of mean that can win you a Nobel Prize.

Bob Dylan knows how to do it. This bit of sharply venomous prose is from his professional pen. It was an oddball on his 1975 album “Blood on the Tracks,” because the rest of the album was just plain old fun. On this tune, Bob got a little out of hand. I toned it down Continue reading “Idiot Wind, Mark Urso”