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Katy Perry can count fewer Muslims among her fan base after the release of the video for her new single, “Dark Horse.”
Inspired by the inkblot-themed music video for the song “Crazy” by Gnarls Barkley, this video declares to Bush: “We think you’re crazy / Both you and Cheney / Your reality’s hazy / Embarrassingly.”
This 1985 anti-drug music video was the only such work to ever be sponsored by the White House. Featuring Ah-nold, Whitney Houston, David Hasselhoff and Nancy Reagan, it is a bygone, cheesy reminder of the nation’s fight against drugs.
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