by Daniel Rickard Reuter 1,378,858 views
A heartbreaking story about a lion who was raised by humans, by the friends John Rendall and Ace Bourke. This lion got too big for them, so they put him in the wilderness. One year later they decided to visit him in Africa where he was put. Scientists said that lions would never remember their human parents after such time separated. Something that this film contradicts. It was a reunion that you will never forget.
In 1969 Ace Bourke and John Rendall were two young Australian travellers who had just arrived in London when they bought a lion cub from Harrods department store. It was an impractical "impulse" buy, but while he was a cub they felt they could look after him as well as anyone, and do their best to secure his future. They called him Christian.
Ace and John lived with Christian on the King's Road, Chelsea and when Christian grew too big they moved to the country until it was arranged for Christian to be returned to the wild in Kenya.
Two documentaries entitled The Lion from World's End, and Christian the Lion were made about his life in London, his return to Africa, George Adamson assembling a "man-made" pride around Christian, and his rehabilitation back into the African wild. Ace and John also wrote A Lion Called Christian (1971) which was re-published in 2009 with superb photographs by Derek Cattani who documented Christian's early life.
Forty years later the YouTube clip featuring Christian's unforgettable reunion with Ace and John, a year after his return to Africa, introduced a new world audience who are intrigued and enchanted by Christian's extraordinary story. With the mutual love and trust he shared with Ace and John, he has become a symbol of the potential of human-animal relationships and the importance and urgency of animal and wildlife conservation.
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by kenh364 12,998 views
To be published on September 17 by WND Books, Who Really Killed Kennedy? is No. 1 New York Times bestselling author Dr. Jerome Corsi's most intense investigation yet-bolstered by recently declassified documents that shed new light on what really happened, both leading up to and on the fateful day of November 22, 1963.
Meticulously researched and fully documented, Who Really Killed Kennedy? is the definitive source for those who, after five decades, wish to truly understand how and why Kennedy was assassinated-including information that has largely been hidden from the American people since the 1960s. In this ultimate guide to the JFK assassination, readers will learn about:
* the ballistic evidence that proves there was more than one shooter
* the rarely studied final few frames of the Zapruder film that prove the wound in the back of JFK's head was an exit wound
* the eyewitnesses who saw Oswald in the second floor lunchroom when Dallas police rushed in the building
* the two previous attempts to assassinate JFK in November 1963
* how Lee Harvey Oswald had extensive ties to the CIA and the KGB, and about his sordid relationship with his murderer, Jack Ruby
* how JFK was aware specific plans were being made to assassinate him
* how JFK double-crossed Richard Nixon and the CIA to win the election of 1960
* the tape-recorded confessions Mafia godfathers made detailing their involvement in financing and planning the JFK assassination
* how JFK lost control of the CIA when he decided to pull the US military out of Vietnam, where top CIA operatives were engaged in drug trafficking.
* how JFK and Life magazine threatened to derail LBJ's political career
You can buy the book at http://superstore.wnd.com/Who-Really-Killed-Kennedy
by EVOLVE Campaigns 4,499,967 views
Not a new story but worth watching again and again! So amazingly touching - the story of Shirley and Jenny, two crippled elephants reunited at The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee after a 22-year separation. The bonding was immediate, intense and unforgettable between the two former circus elephants. But long after the cameras were turned off, the wondrous moments would continue...
by Robert Harris 414,725 views
This documentary, created by Pulitzer prize winning journalist Jack Anderson is one of the most accurate and informative I have ever seen. Like all TV shows, it's a bit cheesy in places but it also contains some very good and accurate information.
by Steve Giles 130,120 views
I do not intend to let this upload become a forum for a conspiracy theory debate. There are other places for that. Comments along those lines will be removed. Please read the description below. Thank you.
An amazing and very well put together National Geographic documentary telling the story of President Kennedy's final 24 hours.
As one participant says, there has been much attention, rightly so, to those seconds on Elm Street in Dallas on November 22nd, 1963 and its aftermath, but very little to the hours leading up to that.
Included in this documentary is a lot of fascinating archive footage, much of it in such incredible quality that you feel it must have been enhanced.
I have seen many documentaries about the JFK assassination, but quite a bit of the footage here is new to me.
This documentary does not dwell on the many conspiracy theories that have arisen since that day. Indeed, not much time is allocated to the assassination at all, dealing primarily, as the title suggests, to JFK's Final Hours.
A superb account, the only low point, for me, being Bill Paxton's 'Titanic' style narration. I can see why he was used, but it does grate after a while.
by David Von Pein's JFK Channel 6,236 views
This 50-minute program provides highlights from several of the live televised news conferences that were conducted by John F. Kennedy during his nearly three years as President of the United States from 1961 to 1963.
Full title: "Thank You, Mr. President: The Press Conferences Of JFK".
Host: E.G. Marshall.
©1983 David John Mendelsohn Productions
©1983 Worldvision Home Video, Inc.
©1983 Vision Programs, Inc.
ALL OF JFK'S CONFERENCES:
by David Von Pein's JFK Channel 6,214 views
"JFK: IN HIS OWN WORDS" (also known by its VHS home video title, "LIFE IN CAMELOT: THE KENNEDY YEARS") is a 53-minute documentary which provides a rich and rewarding look at the 35th President of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
Through the spoken words of JFK himself and a large amount of archival film footage (some of it rarely shown elsewhere), the life story of John F. Kennedy evolves in this well-done 1988 documentary film, which earned Executive Producer Peter W. Kunhardt an Emmy Award.
©1988 Kunhardt Productions, Inc.
by David Von Pein's JFK Channel 13,089 views
Sunday, May 20, 1962 -- President John F. Kennedy travelled to New York City and gave this impressive and heartfelt speech from Madison Square Garden to help boost his medical care program.
This is a tremendous speech, in my opinion. It shows what a truly great orator John Kennedy was. And it also vividly illustrates how deeply Mr. Kennedy cared about the things he was talking about.
When I watch this Madison Square Garden speech, it almost seems as though JFK is ad-libbing the whole thing. It doesn't have a "rehearsed" feel to it at all. Truly remarkable.
I think I'll go out and vote for John F. Kennedy for President right now. (It's just too bad I can't.)
by Marilyn Monroe History 184,285 views
by The Film Archives 491,296 views
Garrison was notable for being among the first to assert that there were two conspiracies: The first conspiracy being the one which engineered the assassination of the president; the second conspiracy being the deliberate cover-up by the Warren Commission to hide the true facts of the assassination.
Shaw was acquitted in March, 1969, and the conspiracy movement was dealt a blow as Garrison's trial was widely seen as a debacle, with many researchers denouncing Garrison as a fraud and megalomaniac. Further, as conspiracy theorist Robert Anson put it, because of Garrison, "bills in Congress asking for a new investigation were quietly shelved." Nevertheless, the trial opened new avenues of investigations for the movement, particularly with previously unexplored New Orleans connections and links of others to Oswald.
The year 1973 saw the release of the film Executive Action starring Burt Lancaster, the first Hollywood depiction of events surrounding the assassination. In the film, three gunmen shoot President Kennedy in a conspiracy led by right-wing elements and military/industrial interests. That year also saw the formation of the Assassination Information Bureau. The influential group spoke to ever-growing audiences at hundreds of colleges throughout the United States, urging a reopening of the investigation, and was ultimately instrumental in the realization of that goal in 1977.
In March 1975, Good Night America broadcast, for the first time, the Zapruder film, with an audience of millions watching. Almost immediately, with the film showing a backward snap of President Kennedy's head, indicating to many a shot from the right front and hence a conspiracy, there were new demands for a re-investigation. The findings of the Rockefeller Commission that year and the Church Committee the next year added impetus to calls for a new inquiry, which was realized by the House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) from 1977 to 1979. That investigation concluded President Kennedy "was probably assassinated as a result of a conspiracy".
While the HSCA's conclusion was welcomed by many in the conspiracy community, the HSCA's inability to name any players in the conspiracy they identified, and their actions in sealing much of their documentation, left many in the community frustrated.
Numerous books, television shows and articles continued to appear. Writing in 2007, Vincent Bugliosi said, "close to one thousand books" had been published on the subject of the assassination, of which "over 95 percent" were pro-conspiracy. Some notable books to 1990 were Anthony Summers' Conspiracy (later revised and published as Not in Your Lifetime, David Lifton's best-selling Best Evidence, both published in 1980, and Henry Hurt's Reasonable Doubt in 1985. The Summers and Hurt books explore many of the prominent conspiracy theories, while Lifton argues that President Kennedy's wounds were altered before the autopsy to frame Oswald. Jim Marrs published Crossfire in 1989, the same year High Treason, by Robert J. Groden and Harrison Livingstone was published. The latter book argued the autopsy photos were altered to give the appearance that wounds were caused by shots from a single gunman.
By the late 80s, interest in the subject among the general public was waning. One theory for this from writer Pete Hamill was that by 1988, "an entire generation had come to maturity with no memory at all of the Kennedy years." In 1991, Oliver Stone's film JFK introduced the subject -- and many of the attendant conspiracy theories -- to a new generation of Americans. The sudden renewed interest in the assassination led to the passage by Congress of the JFK Records Act in 1992. The Act created the Assassination Records Review Board to implement the Act's mandate to release all sealed documents related to the assassination. Thousands of documents were released between 1994 and 1998, providing new material for researchers.
To date, there is no consensus on who, among many players, may have been involved in a conspiracy to kill President Kennedy. Those often mentioned as being part of a conspiracy include Jack Ruby, organized crime as an organization or organized crime individuals, the CIA, the FBI, the Secret Service, the KGB, right-wing groups or right-wing individuals, President Lyndon Johnson, pro- or anti-Castro Cubans, the military and/or industrial groups allied with the military.
by StrawberryLennon9 21,838 views
Free As A Bird - John Lennon (1977) / The Beatles (1995)
"Free as a Bird" is a song performed by The Beatles. The single was released on 4 December 1995, as part of the promotion for the release of The Beatles Anthology video documentary and the band's Anthology 1 compilation album.
The song had been written and recorded as a demo by John Lennon in 1977. Paul McCartney asked Lennon's widow Yoko Ono for any unreleased material by Lennon, and "Free as a Bird" was chosen as being the song all three remaining Beatles could be involved in, as they could finish the arrangement and write extra lyrics.
In an interview, McCartney remarked: "Yoko said 'I've got a couple of tracks I'll play you, you might be interested'. I'd never heard them before but she explained that they're quite well known to Lennon fans as bootlegs. I said to Yoko, 'Don't impose too many conditions on us, it's really difficult to do this, spiritually. We don't know, we may hate each other after two hours in the studio and just walk out. So don't put any conditions, it's tough enough. If it doesn't work out, you can veto it.' When I told George and Ringo I'd agreed to that they were going, 'What? What if we love it?' It didn't come to that, luckily." McCartney was later surprised to learn that Lennon's demo song of "Free as a Bird" had already been released on the Internet by fans, and was widely available. Starr admitted that when he first listened to the recording he found it very emotional.
The original tape of Lennon singing the song was on a cassette, with vocals and piano on the same track. They were impossible to separate, so Lynne had to produce the track with voice and piano together, but commented that it was good for the integrity of the project, as Lennon was not only singing occasional lines, but also playing on the song. Starr said that as Lennon was not in the studio, the three remaining Beatles agreed they would pretend that Lennon had "gone for lunch", or had gone for a "cup of tea". The remaining Beatles recorded a track around Lennon's basic song idea, but which had gaps they had to fill in musically. Some chords were changed, and the arrangement was expanded to include breaks for McCartney and Harrison to sing extra lines. Harrison played slide guitar in the solo.
by TheLipTV 55,665 views
Lyndon Johnson and the conspiracy to kill John F. Kennedy are discussed with "The Man Who Killed Kennedy - The Case Against JBJ," author Roger Stone. The involvement of big oil, the CIA, sniper Malcolm Mac Wallace and how Gerald Ford was involved in the cover up are discussed in this interview that goes down the rabbit hole of government conspiracy. We debunk the agenda of the Warren Commission and Bill O'Reilly in this Buzzsaw interview hosted by Tyrel Ventura.
Roger Stone is a legendary American Republican political consultant who has played a key role in the election of Republican presidents from Richard Nixon to Ronald Reagan to George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush. Stone is the author of, "The Man Who Killed Kennedy - the Case Against LBJ," (Skyhorse).
Buzzsaw Full Episodes:
Buzzsaw Short Clips Playlist:
00:01 Welcome to Buzzsaw.
00:20 Introducing Roger Stone.
00:50 "The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ".
03:20 Big Oil and the CIA.
07:20 Johnson's actions surrounding the JFK assassination.
10:20 Bill Moyers and the bubble top.
16:30 Inventing the "single-bullet theory".
19:40 Johnson's hitman, Malcolm (Mac) Wallace.
23:00 Gerald Ford's autopsy tampering.
24:50 George H.W. Bush creating an alibi.
27:20 Bill O'Reilly's book.
32:10 Gary Johnson's campaign and the third party.
37:10 Experience with the 2000 election of George W. Bush.
48:40 Thanks and goodbye.
by LoneStar1776 60,337 views
1of2 Jim Marrs says Lyndon B Johnson and J Edgar Hoover killed Kennedy
by CatsPjamas1 60,296 views
Charted at #5 on Billboard Hot 100 in May 1958 and #5 on R&B chart. Jody only had one other Hot 100 single: "Fire of Love" (#66 in August 1958). In the UK, "Endless Sleep" charted at #4 for Marty Wilde in July 1958. Original Billboard review: "Reynolds (a cat) gives the rockaballad a winning performance. The expressive vocal stint with excellent guitar backing has a sound that could catch on."
Written by Dolores Nance & Jody Reynolds.
B-side is "Tight Capris".
by MrPurser . 26,484 views
From March 1959, this single reached #3 on the U.S. pop charts.
by catman916 20,398 views
"If I Didn't Care" written by Jack Lawrence and originally recorded by The Ink Spots in 1939, was released by The Platters in 1961 on Mercury Records, reaching # 30 on the pop charts. The influence of Bill Kenny lead singer of the Ink Spots on the Platters lead Tony Williams can be heard at the end of the song. "If I Didn't Care" can be found on the CD box set The Magic Touch Platters Anthology on the PolyGram label. This sound recording is administered by Made in Etaly & UMG. No copyright infringement is intended. This purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.
by catman916 36,524 views
"Enchanted" written by The Platters' manager, Buck Ram, was released February 1959 on Mercury Records. The song reached #12 in the U.S. charts and #9 in the R&B charts. The song can be found on the CD box set The Magic Touch Platters Anthology on the PolyGram label. I do not own the right to the songs, audio, or images contained in this video. This sound recording is administered by Made in Etaly & UMG . No copyright infringement is intended. The purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.
by MantaRaysHawaii 2,947,310 views
Dolphin entangled with fishing line rescued by divers in Kona Hawaii
Update: I learned that the hook and all line were removed after I spoke with the diver. I would prefer to correct the video caption, but you tube does not have the option to reload without loosing all your beautiful comments and thought. Blessings to all I can inspire. Martina (Camera Woman)
by TV Über 51,069 views
Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean "free dance" performance on February 21, 1994, and subsequent interview with Pat O'Brien. Torvill and Dean returned to Olympic ice dancing in 1994, 10 years after winning the gold medal at the 1984 Winter Games in Sarejevo. After a judging controversy, the pair had to settle for the bronze. Christine Brennan, then with the Washington Post, had a good summary of the competition at this link:
by Casey St Amand 48,122 views
This video needs to be seen by all the fans of Roy, and I wanna be the one to put this documentary out there, to keep it alive. Cheers. PART 2 of 3
Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3ZfQ47sISo&feature=relmfu
Part 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7N9qTFiVWaw&feature=plcp&cont
by Tom Smith 119,460 views
Charted at #29 on Billboard Hot 100 in August 1961, and #7 on Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The follow-up single to "Corinna, Corinna" was "Sweet Little Kathy" which charted at #100. Following this, "Missing You" was Ray's next record and it brought him back to the Top 40. It has my pick as one of Ray's best. Written by Noe and Sovine. B-side is "You Thrill Me" which I've also posted.
by se7ensenses 18,877 views
A groundbreaking interview with Madeleine Duncan Brown, now deceased, the mistress of LBJ for many years, conducted by Gaylon Ross. Ms. Brown was with LBJ at the clandestine meeting the night before JFK’s assassination where the plot to kill Kennedy was finalized.
by νταλικέρης 240,572 views
R.I.P. Etta James (1928-2012)
by Suzanne Stratford 849,897 views
A retired FBI Agent and Police Chief, who was one of the original investigators in Dallas examining the JFK assassination, stumbles upon records and reports that were doctored. He knows that, because he filed the original reports. His decade long investigation would take him deep into history and to the National Archives and beyond. Step by step he says he learned and can prove that Oswald did not kill JFK.
Don Adams book: "From an Office Building with a High Powered Rifle"
His website: http://adamsjfk.com/
by CatsPjamas1 13,905 views
Charted at #31 on Billboard Hot 100 in March 1959 and #7 on R&B chart. I've always thought this was one of the most beautiful recordings I've heard, with an atmospheric aura about the production. I can imagine it being used in an emotionally charged scene in a movie set in the '50's or early 60's. It was co-written by Jesse Belvin and his wife who are pictured and were sadly killed in a car accident during 1960.
Original Billboard review: "Belvin gives an emotional reading of a pretty rockaballad that has a salable sound. Smooth chorus and lush orchestra support help. It's worth watching."
The song later charted at #99 on the Hot 100 for Ruby Winters in December 1969 (#19 R&B), bubbled under the Hot 100 at #121 for Slim Whitman in January 1971 (#7 Country), #62 Hot 100 for B.B. King in August 1972 (#21 R&B) and #69 R&B for Larry Graham in 1981.
Written by Jesse Belvin & Jo Ann Belvin.
With Shorty Rogers and his Orchestra and Chorus.
B-side is "My Girl is Just Enough Woman for Me".
by TrunksXV 677 views
Peter Janney on the JFK Assassination and his affair with Mary Pinchot Meyer.
by bonpolitif 78,709 views
The son of a former Pentagon Counter Intelligence officer breaks the story of how his father, a Military agency insider (Col. Christensen), reveals to his family what actually happened in Dallas on 11/22/63... and why it happened
by IAMtheNewWorldOrder 149,959 views
Courtesy of tvdays.com (check out their youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/tvdays (it's awesome).
Direct Link to the original video itself:
This is JFK speaking at Madison Square Garden about Medicare.
by CatsPjamas1 7,559 views
Charted at #4 on Billboard Hot 100 in April 1957. Gale's last charting single. Original Billboard review: "This side is a romantic item, a cover of Bonnie Guitar's version. Song's construction shows the Tex-Mex influence. Gale Storm's vocal has plenty of charm." Billboard rating: 81 out of 100. Also #6 for Bonnie Guitar on the Hot 100 (#14 Country) during the same month and #17 in the UK for Tony Brent in June 1957. This song was also recorded by Teresa Brewer for an album.
Written by Ned Miller.
B-side is "A Little Too Late".
by tvnewsbadge 22,385 views
It's been 40 years since Secretariat was born at ten minutes past midnight, March 40th 1970.
They threw a birthday party for him at the Meadow this weekend 27 Mar 2010). Among the 300 in attendance was William "Bill" Nack, sportswriter and author of "Secretariat: The Making of a Champion".
At center stage was Kate Chenery Tweedy, daughter of Secretariat's owner and First Lady of Racing "Penny" Chenery.
Along with local author Leeanne Ladin and publisher Wayne Dementi, Ms.Tweedy has written a book about the largely unreported times of Secretariat at the Meadow.
The book should be out around October, about the time Disney movie about the great champion and his owner 'Penny' Chenery will be hitting the big screen.
by mountain824 30,499 views
Elvis Presley - That's Someone You Never Forget.......Lyrics: The way she held your hand,
The little things you planned,
Her memory is with you yet,
That's someone you never forget.
When she is far away
You'll think of her each day,
And you know she'll wait for you,
That's someone you'll never forget.
Others may pass your way
And let you think their love is true,
But you know that they'll never replace
The one that waits for you.
The way she held your hand,
The little things you planned,
Her memory is with you yet,
That's someone you'll never forget.
That's someone you'll never forget.
Recorded: 1961/06/25, first released on Pot Luck
by mimusremedium 2,801,843 views
Crucial Missing JFK Autopsy Photo Has Been Found, But Part Of It Is Missing
by RoundMidnightTV 18,476 views
"Again" is a popular song, recorded by many singers. The music was written by Lionel Newman, the words by Dorcas Cochran. It first appeared in the movie Road House (1948), sung by Ida Lupino An instrumental rendition was used in the movie "Pickup on South Street" (1953). By 1949, versions by Vic Damone, Doris Day, Tommy Dorsey, Gordon Jenkins, Vera Lynn, Art Mooney, and Mel Tormé all made the Billboard charts.
by catman916 43,297 views
In 1959 Andre Previn recorded a jazz album for MGM Records with piano accompanied by a string orchestra conducted by David Rose. The album was titled Secret Songs for Young Lovers and featured the hit single, "Like Young." This was the first of several very fine recordings of this type on the MGM and Columbia labels. I do not own the right to the songs, audio, or images contained in this video. This sound recording is administered by Made in Etaly . No copyright infringement is intended. The purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.
by texpaco 30,265 views
Mitch Miller is an American musician, singer, conductor and record producer. He produced many pop artists including Frankie Laine, Johnnie Ray, Ray Conniff, Percy Faith, Johnny Mathis, & Tony Bennett. He was also known for NOT pursuing certain artistshe disapproved of rock 'n' roll and passed on Elvis Presley and Buddy Holly. His early hits included "Tzena, Tzena, Tzena", "The Yellow Rose of Texas", and "The River Kwai March. He produced "A White Sport Coat (and a Pink Carnation) by Marty Robbins. In the 1960s he became a household name with his television show Sing Along with Mitch. This selection was released in 1955 and reached #10 on the Billboard chart.
by AmazingNewYorkCity 8,911 views
Roy is known as "The World's Greatest Unknown Guitarist". Legend has it that Roy was offered the Stones position that Mick Taylor took. I doubt if the story is true because it was told by Roy to some of his close friends. Roy should be in The Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame. His first studio recording was with Dale Hawkins back in 1957 on a song called "My Babe" Way before there was a Link Wray,Jeff Beck,Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page,Jimi Hendrix,Pete Townsend and Bob Dylan. They were all big fans of his sound. I have a copy of every recording made by Roy. That's how much i love this guy. He was one of the first to experiment with Pinched Harmonics. Roy also use to wrap his pinky finger around the volume knob, before the creation of The Volume Pedal, to create new sounds which was a technique copied by many Guitar Greats such as Jeff Beck. He also used all his fingers to play his Telecaster just like Jeff Beck does. Jeff Beck was such a big fan of Roy's sound that he dedicated "Cause We've Ended As Lovers" to Roy on his Blow By Blow LP.
Roy Buchanan http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roy_Buchanan
Carnegie Hall http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnegie_Hall
0:20 Green Onions
4:35 Roy Interview (Roy plays what he wants to play and hopes to be a great guitar player one day. lol ! )
4:49 Short Fuse (Reminds of Cream's live version of "Crossroads")
by HelmerReenberg 6,671 views
Address to the General Assembly of the United Nations - President John F. Kennedy
New York - September 20th 1963
'' Finally, in a field where the United States and the Soviet Union have a special capacity--in the field of space--there is room for new cooperation, for further joint efforts in the regulation and exploration of space. I include among these possibilities a joint expedition to the moon. Space offers no problems of sovereignty; by resolution of this Assembly, the members of the United Nations have foresworn any claim to territorial rights in outer space or on celestial bodies, and declared that international law and the United Nations Charter will apply. Why, therefore, should man's first flight to the moon be a matter of national competition? Why should the United States and the Soviet Union, in preparing for such expeditions, become involved in immense duplications of research, construction, and expenditure? ''
by Dole Institute of Politics 8,729 views
Bill Nack, author and long-time Sports Illustrated journalist, discussed Secretariat an American Thoroughbred racehorse, that in 1973 became the first U.S. Triple Crown champion in 25 years, setting new race records in two of the three events in the Series—the Kentucky Derby (1:592⁄5), and the Belmont Stakes (2:24)—records that still stand today.This lecture was part of the Dole Institute Leadership & Globalization in Sports series.
Filmed on April 29, 2012 at the Dole Institute of Politics.
by Neil Roach 185,557 views
we need to do more https://www.commondreams.org/headline/2013/01/18-3
Humpback Whale Shows Amazing Appreciation After Being Saved
Caught in a huge amount of nets, this humpback whale was completely trapped. But these people on their boat took matters into their own hands and freed it, saving its life. The best part is the end when he shows amazing appreciation by taking them for a ride and jumping around. more video's at http://www.bed-bugs-free.com/nicestuff.html
by FederalJacktube6 149,195 views
An extensive, thorough and detailed explanation of what happened to JFK, how it was covered up, who was responsible and how it changed the course of American history. Presented on 22 November 2011, the occasion of the 48th observance of the death of our 35th President at the University of Wisconsin-Madison under the sponsorship of the Sifting and Winnowing Club. The speaker, Jim Fetzer, a former Marine Corps officer and McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota Duluth, has chaired or co-chaired four national conferences on JFK and edited three books on the subject as well as giving hundreds of interviews, including three on JFK on "Coast to Coast AM".
Original Video Here: http://vimeo.com/34444597
Thanks to Jim Fetzer & http://vimeo.com/user3521687 for the video.
by ConspiracyScope 5,038 views
The Media Convicts
Host Len Osanic presents a few examples of the American mainstream media's penchant for not only supporting the official story, but also serving as a witting collaborator in the official story's presentation.
source article: "How The Media Assassinated The Real Story"
Mirrored from Len Osanic
JFK Assassination - 50 Reasons For 50 Years -Playlist
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by soilysound 310,454 views
Anthony Summers 1978 documentary on the Assassination of President Kennedy is one of the best films on the subject, even if you may not agree with the direction it takes towards the end.
Contains many rare interviews with direct participants, including the first interview with Silvia Odio and interviews with Dallas police chief Jesse Curry, Carlos Bringuier, William Gaudet, Richard Schweiker, Richard Sprague, DA William Alexander, Warren Commission member John Cooper and Antonio Veciana.
by Horse Racing 1,482 views
Genuine Risk -vs- Codex
by Ollie Tan 215,507 views
The Secretariat legacy is an amazing gift to horse lovers of every kind. Here is one of the amazing and legendary races of Secretariat at the last leg of the triple crown, June 9th 1973. This is one amazing horse. I created this video to share with the fans. Enjoy and cry for joy in such a miracle run. :)
I want to dedicate this video that I created to 2 wonderful horses that passed away in 2006-2007: Lost in the Fog & Barbaro May they live and run within our hearts forever. They are now with "Big Red" in a kingdom that any horse lover would love to see one day.
*The instrumental song is from the movie "Rudy".
by Wake Up World 7,231,352 views
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by piwacket33 72,229 views
If you read a recent front page story of the San Francisco
Chronicle, you would have read about a female humpback whale who had
become entangled in a spider web of crab traps and lines. She was
weighted down by hundreds of pounds of traps that caused her to
struggle to stay afloat. She also had hundreds of yards of line rope
wrapped around her body, her tail, her torso, a line tugging in her
mouth. A fisherman spotted her just east of the Farallon Islands
(outside the Golden Gate) and radioed an environmental group for
help. Within a few hours, the rescue team arrived and determined
that she was so bad off, the only way to save her was to dive in and
untangle her. They worked for hours with curved knives and
eventually freed her. When she was free, the divers say she swam in
what seemed like joyous circles. She then came back to each and
every diver, one at a time, and nudged them, pushed them gently
around as she was thanking them. Some said it was the most
incredibly beautiful experience of their lives. The guy who cut the
rope out of her mouth said her eyes were following him the whole
time, and he will never be the same. May you, and all those you
love, be so blessed and fortunate to be surrounded by people who
will help you get untangled from the things that are binding you.
And, may you always know the joy of giving and receiving gratitude.
I pass this on to you, my friends, in the same spirit.
(thanks to Gina Rene for the text)
by Rogers Photo Archive 25,695 views
Footage of Secretariat winning the 1973 Belmont by 31 links and how amazed Ron Turcotte was at the accomplishment. Penny Chenery gives her two cents about the horse as well.
by BakkenWatch 93,912 views
NOTE: THE ANIMALS IN THE VIDEO HAVE RECEIVED EXTENSIVE VETERINARY CARE. DISTEMPER HAS NOT BEEN FOUND TO BE THE CAUSE, ACCORDING TO VETERINARIANS IN THE AREA. Bakken Watch hired an independent lab to test the air quality on a remote farm in western North Dakota. The air sample canister was placed outside in the yard. The family says that they are sick, as well as livestock and other animals on the farm. The test reveals chemicals that should not be in the open air in such a remote location. There are many fracking operations in the immediate area of this farm. Viewer discretion is advised.
by Alannah Myles Official 4,636,732 views
Black Velvet won Alannah the 1990 Grammy for best female rock vocalist. Originally released in Canada the summer of 1989 and went to #1 on Quebec radio who preferred it to her first single, 'Love Is' which was #1 in the rest Canada. Released to U.S. radio in the spring of 1990 as the third single from her debut album 'Alannah Myles' and remained at number 1 with a bullet for 2 weeks on America's Billboard's Top 40 Chart in April,1990.
Band members include: Kurt Schefter on guitar who still performs live and in the studio in the Alannah Myles band, Jorn Andersen on drums, Eric Webster on keyboards. Steve Webster on bass.
by shashava60 38,165 views
Keith Urban sing Marty Robbins at ACM Awards George Strait (2009)
by tarquin45 107,146 views
This went to the number 1 spot for 3 weeks in the Billboard Country chart in 1963, also making the Hot 100 at 74.
It's Marty at his most soulful on this self penned ballad. Another extremely difficult song to sing, but Marty makes it look easy. Ol' Marty loved the falsetto didn't he?!
by CatsPjamas1 12,497 views
Charted at #25 on Billboard Hot 100 in May 1959 and #23 on UK Singles chart. Another one of the most beautiful recordings ever made. Like Jesse Belvin's "Guess Who", this record features the orchestra and chorus of Shorty Rogers, so it has the same atmospheric haunting sound for the backing. A re-release of this recording also charted at #70 in April 1964. Many people know the famous story behind the 1970 remake by Elvis. Presley phoned up Ray before performing the song to get his blessings. When Elvis asked for permission to sing it, Ray told him that he didn't need to ask because he's Elvis Presley. Elvis said that, indeed he did, because "you're Ray Peterson". A very nice gesture on Elvis's part.
Other charting versions: #22 on the UK Singles chart for Ronnie Hilton in August 1959, #38 Adult Contemporary for John Davidson in 1969, #9 Hot 100 for Elvis Presley in May 1970 (#1 UK, #1 Adult Contemporary, #37 Country), #48 UK for Elvis Presley in September 1977 and #4 UK for Elvis Presley in April 2005.
Written by Baker Knight.
B-side is "I'm Gone".
by Horse Racing 11,889 views
Citation (April 11, 1945--August 8, 1970) was the eighth American Triple Crown winner, and one of three major North American Thoroughbreds (along with Cigar and Zenyatta) to win at least 16 consecutive races in major stakes race competition. He was the first horse in history to win one million dollars.
Owned and bred by Calumet Farm in Lexington, Kentucky, Citation was a bay colt by Bull Lea from the imported mare Hydroplane (GB), who was by the leading sire Hyperion.
by Horse Racing 201,603 views
Secretariat (March 30, 1970 -- October 4, 1989) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse, that in 1973 became the first U.S. Triple Crown champion in 25 years, setting new race records in two of the three events in the Series—the Kentucky Derby (1:592⁄5), and the Belmont Stakes (2:24)—records that still stand today.
Secretariat was sired by Bold Ruler out of Somethingroyal, by Princequillo. He was foaled at Meadow Farm in Caroline County, Virginia. Owned by Penny Chenery, he was trained by Lucien Laurin and mainly ridden by Canadian jockey Ron Turcotte, along with apprentice jockey Paul Feliciano (first two races), and veteran Eddie Maple (last race). He raced in Chenery's Meadow Stable's blue and white checkered colors and his groom was Eddie Sweat. Secretariat stood approximately 16.2 hands (66 inches, 168 cm) tall, and weighed 1,175 pounds (533 kg), with a 75-inch girth, in his racing prime.
by 10Garmonbozia01 29,776 views
John F. Kennedy did not gain popularity from the elite, with many of his ideals,values, and 'Anti-Business' statements. Some of his words, worthy of rememberance.
Also a short clip with John Connally, where mentioned JFK's actions towards US Steel.
From 'Evidence of Revision' - Conspiratus Ubiquitus
by attnjake 379,210 views
HBO's new show "Newsroom" Q&A Is America the greatest country in the world?
by lastdaysrevealed 187,437 views
***Warning Brief language*** "Agree with it or deny it. In the end, history will explain "The Rise and Fall of America" --- A shortened clip from HBO's new show "Newsroom"
by Pi . 442 views
Matthews: Leaders should take a page from Kennedy's approach to business. I'm speaking about my new book Jack Kennedy: Elusive Hero. Fifty years ago this month, the 35th president had a bitter fight with big business in this country. Worried about inflation, he'd cut a deal with the steel industry that if he got the United Steelworkers to hold back on their wage demands, U.S. Steel and its corporate rivals would hold back prices. Having cut the deal, he got word that the president of U.S. Steel Roger Blough wanted to come in and see him in the White House. When the steel company executive showed up, he walked into the room and dropped a press release on the table announcing a big increase in steel prices--right there in Kennedy's face. That's when the trouble started. Recognizing the double-cross, Kennedy made clear what he was about to do. "Mr. Blough," Kennedy told the steel company bigshot, "what you are doing is in the best interest of your shareholders. I'm going to do everything in the best interest of [my] shareholders, the people of the United States." Kennedy knew at that moment that the steel executive was screwing him, that he was not only raising prices he was doing it with impunity. He was leaving Kennedy out there on a limb with labor. Kennedy went into action. His brother Bobby went after the steel executives in a way that, let's just put it this way, they couldn't take the heat. Expense accounts were checked, nightclub expenses were looked into, and hotel bills, anything that could embarrass the big men who'd just thumbed their noses--not just at the President and their workers, but their country. They were quite willing to drive up inflation if it drove up their profits in the bargain. Kennedy won that fight. Big Steel buckled, pulling back its price increase, accepting the terms of the deal it had made. It wasn't pretty. It was barely legal, but Kennedy had shown some bigshots they weren't dictators. I'd like to think there was a touch of Irish defiance in this on Kennedy's part, that he had enough of the old attitude not to let himself get stomped on by a bunch that thought of themselves as his betters. But the bottom line is this country likes to know it has a president who cannot be bullied by big business or be pushed around by a small group that thinks the boys in the boardroom are king and the rest of the country just has to take it. Jack Kennedy used some tough language in all this--you can read it in my book even if I can't say it here--and even tougher tactics, but people knew they had a guy on their side sitting behind that desk in the Oval Office. So did big business.
by Urantianow 200,228 views
E. Howard Hunt, infamous "Watergate Plumber," provides his "deathbed confession" of his participation in the CIA and "Group 40" conspiracy, and names names!
Memo from J. Edgar Hoover directly indicating G.H.W. Bush was associated with the CIA, November 29, 1963, contradicting Bush's assertion that he had no association until he became CIA Director in November 1975:
Lyndon Johnson's mistress, Madeleine Duncan Brown, directly outing Lyndon Johnson as intimately involved with JFK's assassination
by ESPOrganicSkinCare 2,236 views
Keith Oberman on the American spirit of protesting in the streets. October 6th 2011 Trisha Springstead is going to Washington. Are you going? The time is now. The people are us. If not now, then when? If not us, then who? We're as mad as hell, and we're not going to take this anymore!
by ESPOrganicSkinCare 4,669 views
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uploads/2011/08/Trisha-James-Seafood-Safety-Research.pdf and help us continue our efforts to document BP's damage to the Gulf at http://www.hope5.com The seafood isn't safe! The oil is still here and so are we!
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by John L. Wathen 830,634 views
This was the most emotionally disturbing video I have ever done!
A flight over the BP Slick Source where I saw at least 100 Dolphins in the oil, some dying. I also photographed a Sperm Whale covered in oil all around it's blow hole.
Please spread this around the world. Send me any links to places it gets posted so I can follow.
I want to piss off the world. Who will answer for these gentle creatures?
by Horse Racing 15,558 views
Woodie's unquestioned number one athlete. We have unparalleled access to Big Red -- his owner , the cover girl Penny Tweedy -- the horse's syndicator, the legendary Clairborne Farm. Woodie visits Secretariat's Kentucky birthplace just after the royal mating and before anyone knew who Secretartiat was - goes to Penny Tweedy's Virginia farm to see her other Kentucky Derby winner and doesn't know that Secretariat is out there romping with the other unknown horses - and provides perspective for CBS Sports on their Triple Crown telecasts of the first TC winner in 25 years. It is "living history" and pure poetry .No one covered Secretariat like Heywood Hale Broun.