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Insane Clown Posse still bumpin' after all these years 10/01/15, via Chicago Tribune

You might think you know Detroit horrorcore duo Insane Clown Posse from the things you've read about it, or from the "Miracles" video, a landmark exercise in weirdness, and you'd be partly right: For more than 20 years, Violent J (real name: Joseph


'Juggalos Are People': Insane Clown Posse's Violent J On Higher Powers, Bucket ... 09/09/15, via UPROXX

ICP has obviously been around for a while, and you've had your die-hard fans forever. But you really blew up everywhere after “Miracles” and the Saturday Night Live parody. How did you deal with all the new attention, especially knowing a lot of the

Insane Clown Posse - Miracles


Insane Clown Posse music video Miracles from their smash album Bang Pow Boom. Get the album here.


Memoirs of Miracles

Memoirs of Miracles

Published by Lulu.com 2008

ISBN 9780615198774,0615198775
232 pages

In early November 2006, 6-year-old Ryan had a headache that lasted for several days. His mother took him to the doctor and Ryan was treated for a sinus infection. After the antibiotics were all taken, Ryan's symptoms persisted. A return trip to the doctor's office revealed a mass in Ryan's head. The pressure was causing the headache. Within hours, Ryan was airlifted to Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas. Following the intial discovery, Ryan underwent two major brain surgeries, thirty radiation treatments and nearly one hundred chemotherapy treatments. His contagious smile and "Bring it on" attitude inspired therapists, doctors, nurses and nearly everyone else he met during his treatments.Ryan's story has touched countless lives. This book was written in stages, during...

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Standing, How Does It Work?* – Insane Clown Posse Members and Their Juggalo Fans Have Standing to Sue the US Department of Justice and the FBI

A blog to explore and discuss issues affecting appellate practice, including recent cases, primarily from the Michigan Supreme Court, Michigan Court of Appeals, and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. The appellate decisions examined in this blog cover a wide range of fields, such as family, criminal, employment, and personal injury law. The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit recently released a published opinion holding that the plaintiffs, four self-described "Juggalos" and two members of the band Insane Clown Posse, had standing for their claims against the US... Parsons v US Dep't of Justice , Docket No. 14-1848 (September 17, 2015). The Sixth Circuit reversed the District Court's dismissal for lack of standing and remanded for consideration of the defendants' FRCP 12(b)(6) (failure to state a claim)... The Juggalos are fans of the Insane Clown Posse (ICP) and other bands on ICP's independent record label, Psychopathic Records. ICP plays various types of music, some of which that is self-described as "horrorcore hip hop" using harsh language. Juggalos frequently have distinctive tattoos and insignias on their clothing. When Congress created a National Gang Intelligence Center (NGIC), it also created a gang information database and directed the NGIC to submit a report to Congress on gang activity. The 2011 NGIC Report classified Juggalos as a "loosely-organized hybrid gang. " Slip op at 4. The Report indicated that Juggalos commit crimes, but they are mostly sporadic less serious crimes. though there are some Juggalos that engage in "more gang-like criminal activity. " Slip op at 4. The plaintiffs alleged separate injuries for the complaint, though many had similar experiences. " Slip op at 10. The details of each of their alleged injuries are described in the slip opinion at pages 5-7. A common thread in the injuries was that the Juggalos had visible ICP-related tattoos, clothing, or displayed insignias and were... The two ICP band members allegedly lost a contract for an annual music event because the local police department asked the venue to cancel the event due to the federal Juggalo gang designation. The Sixth Circuit determined that the plaintiffs had met their burden of proving cause in fact for the purposes of standing for all of their claims. For the plaintiffs' First Amendment and Due Process claims, the Sixth Circuit held that the alleged chilling effect was insufficient alone as an injury because "the 2011 NGTA Report does not regulate, constrain, or compel any action on the part of... " Slip op at 10 (internal quotations omitted). The alleged reputational injury, however, was enough to establish injury in fact, especially because the claims of chilling effect were combined with the "concrete allegations of reputational harm. " Slip op at 11. The Sixth Circuit also held that stigmatization was injury in fact for the standing analysis. For the plaintiffs' procedural APA and Declaratory Judgment Act claims, the Sixth Circuit indicated that "procedural rights are treated uniquely under the standing inquiry" and that a "person who has been accorded a procedural right to protect his... " Slip op at 12 (internal quotations omitted). The Sixth Circuit held that similar to Wright v. O’Day , 706 F. 3d 769, 771-72 (6th Cir. 2013) where the Sixth Circuit found freedom from placement on a child-abuse registry was an injury in fact for a procedural due process claim, the Juggalos "freedom from placement in the 2011 NGIC Report" was a sufficient basis to establish... The Sixth Circuit also held that the Juggalos and ICP members had proven causation for standing, indicating that the alleged injury must only be "fairly traceable" to the challenged action and need not be proximate or but-for. Further, that third parties had to exercise independent judgment did not obviate the causation for the purpose of standing. The Sixth Circuit noted, "The Juggalos' allegations link the 2011 NGTA Report to their injuries by stating that the law.

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Insane Clown Posse still bumpin' after all these years - 09/28/15, via Chicago Tribune

... rap for more than 20 years You might think you know Detroit horrorcore duo Insane Clown Posse from the things you've read about it, or from the "Miracles" video, a landmark exercise in weirdness, and you'd be partly right: For more than 20 years ...

Disclosure and Lorde join forces on the excellent “Magnets” — listen - 09/24/15, via Consequence of Sound

(Ed. Note: No, it’s not a cover of ICP’s “Miracles”.) Both acts previously teamed up for a stellar “Royals” remix at the 2014 BRIT Awards. Their musical chemistry is stronger than ever here on their new song, which is a slinky number that ...

Bicycle to help support The Miracles Can Happen Boys Ranch - 08/05/15, via Iowa City Press Citizen

On Aug. 15, you can take the opportunity to ride your bicycles to help raise money to support the Miracles Can Happen Boys Ranch. This organization is the only privately funded boy’s home in Iowa. We have so many youth in our communities that need our help.


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  2. Insane Clown Posse - Miracles Lyrics | MetroLyrics Lyrics to 'Miracles' by Insane Clown Posse. / Are you a believer in miracles? / Do you have time for the miracles? / Do you notice and recognize miracles? / So
  3. Miracles (Insane Clown Posse song) - Wikipedia, the free ... "Miracles" is a song written by Insane Clown Posse and Mike E. Clark for the duo's 2009 album Bang! Pow! Boom!. A music video was produced for the 2010 reissue of the ...
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Of Vue Weekly fame. She read a poem she wrote herself about miracles. (Miracles by ICP)
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