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To Snitch Or Not To Snitch?

The opinions expressed in this editorial do not necessarily reflect the position of AllHipHop.com or any of its employees The justice system in this country sucks ass.  We all know that.  There are plenty of times when the judge, jury and executioner don’t give a damn whether or not you’re guilty.  The jails are filled… Read more »

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Out of Bounds: Sunday’s Picks, Game of the Week, So long…Farewell…Auf Wiedersehen …Goodbye

Week 11 started with Brett Favre being Brett Favre. The Jets showed a lot of heart in their overtime win against the Patriots and Favre reminded us why he’s always in the argument for top five, dead or alive, when it comes to the “Greatest  QB” moniker.  What’s in store for this weekend, who knows?… Read more »

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How Dangerous Is The Hip-Hop Lie?

The views expressed with in this editorial don’t necessarily reflect the views of AllHipHop.com or its staff. The debate over negative lyrics and their impact on our communities has raged for years.  Are they glorifying the negative or simply speaking to their everyday existence?  I swear I’ve witnessed plenty of debates that swirled around this… Read more »

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Homosexuals & HipHop: In Conflict?

The views expressed with in this editorial don’t necessarily reflect the views of AllHipHop.com or its staff.It seems that AllHipHop, via its Trick Trick interview has caused a bit of a stir.  It probably couldn’t have been timelier in light of the current war over proposition 8 and the fight for marital rights of homosexuals…. Read more »

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Knockout Nation: Calzaghe Dominates Jones, Does Dawson Loom? Iran Barkley

RING light-heavyweight champion Joe Calzaghe marked his second US trip with another huge win, this time dominating a faded Roy Jones, Jr this past Saturday (November 8) to a unanimous decision win. The expected early chess match of flurries was broken with 50 seconds left in the first round, as Jones badly stunned and dropped Calzaghe… Read more »

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The Speech: Entertainers React To Obama Victory

On Wednesday, November 5, 2008, shortly after midnight, Senator Barack Obama addressed his nation for the first time as its soon to be 44th President. For eighteen minutes, in front of a crowd of approximately a quarter million people representing Americans from every race, creed and age group, President-Elect Obama expressed gratitude, abated fears, and… Read more »

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