It’s another hit song from Remy and reason.tv about the TSA searches that based on the “Hokey Pokey.”
Nothing speaks to the cause of the Wall Street protests like Hugh Laurie’s “Protest Song.” I think this says it all.
As an added bonus, check out the Remy’s occasional piece, the official “Occupy Wall Street Protest Song” from Reason TV.
October 26, 2011 at 2:50 am Comment (1)
Many conservatives have voiced their suport for Hank Williams Jr.’s call for a boycott of ESPN. If you aren’t familiar with it, here’s one story of where things are now. However, that story doesn’t really explain the main point.
It seems ESPN decided to drop Hank Williams Jr.’s song (“Are You Ready for Some Football?”) from Monday Night Football after it was claimed that Hank Williams Jr. said Obama was Hitler. Of course, Hank Williams Jr. never actually called Obama “Hitler.” Rather, he said that the congressional republicans playing golf with Obama was like Hitler playing golf with the jewish leader, Netanyahu, because they are polar opposites and have nothing in common.
The reality of what Hank Williams Jr. said, didn’t stop ESPN from cancelling his song on Monday Night Football. This isn’t too surprising, since ESPN pulled a similar stunt on Rush Limbaugh a few years back. In response to all of this, Hank Williams Jr. wrote the song in the video above, which calls for a boycott of ESPN. Some conservatives have voiced their support for a boycott, but the question remains for the rest of you out there: “Are you ready for some boycotts?”
Here’s a great new song by Glen Shulfer called “America.” It’s a wonderful Memorial Day tribute to America and our armed forces.
For those of you who are interested in economic philosophy, here are two incredible rap music videos that give a quick overview of the two main philosophies of modern times, using two of the most well-know proponents of the twentieth century: Hayek and Keynes.
The video above is the second video, which is also known as round two. The first video, round one, is below.