37 Views · 7 days ago
Hosts Perry Atkinson, Steve Johnson and Polina Leiser discuss the second tragedy in Afghanistan following a drone strike that mistakenly killed 10 people, including seven children.
46 Views · 1 month ago
MyPillow founder and CEO Mike Lindell went on the warpath by presenting this video about the 2020 Presidential election and what he says was behind the cheating.
This video presentation was permanently banned from every "big tech" social media site, including YouTube. It deals with the stealing (yes, outright STEALING) of the election.
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On November 3, 1988, this episode involving white supremacy, Skinheads Against Racial Prejudice, black activists, and Jewish activists was aired. A confrontation between John Metzger (the son of Tom Metzger) and Roy Innis (in which Metzger goaded Innis by referring to him as "Uncle Tom") led to Innis walking over showing signs of aggression and forcefully grabbing Metzger by the neck after Metzger stood up, and subsequently, a full-scale brawl broke out. Audience members, several stage hands, and Rivera himself got involved. In the process, Rivera was struck in the face by a chair and wound up with a nasal fracture. He did not press charges, saying he did not wish to be "tied up with the roaches", and also claiming "if there ever was a case of deserved violence, this was it". The ratings for this show increased as news of the fight attracted attention to the episode even before it aired.
WARNING: Strong language and content and racially sensitive overtones throughout this program. Viewer discretion is advised.
21 Views · 1 month ago
Before the show debuted on television in 1984, Kids Incorporated had a pilot episode which looks vastly different from what we are accustomed to. Some familiar faces appear in this video presentation from 1985 which features four of the original five in the pilot and Rahsaan Patterson (aka "The Kid") edited in to create an alternate storyline of being the new kid in the neighborhood. The pilot was shot in 1983 while The Kid's scenes were shot in 1984 (after the first season concluded).
Starring: Stacy (Fergie) Ferguson, Marta (Martika) Marrero, Renee Sands(trom), Jerry Sharell and Rahsaan Patterson as "The Kid".
Copyright ©1983-1985 Hal Roach Studios, The Tom Lynch Company and MGM/UA Entertainment. All Rights Reserved. No copyright infringement intended. For entertainment purposes ONLY.
28 Views · 4 months ago
In 2001, country music legend Merle Haggard joins fellow singer and television stations entrepreneur Chester Smith in making this music video "Wreck On The Highway" to coincide with their CD collaboration "California Blend". It was produced by Sainte Partners II, L.P. (now-former owners of KCVU FOX 20 and KRVU My 21 in Chico, California, no longer in business).
16 Views · 6 months ago
Medford, Oregon, faith-based broadcast station, network and ministry, theDove, was banned from YouTube for life following "repeated rules violations of their so-called 'community standards'". Action VR TV took a stand by deleting its YouTube channel and discontinuing to do business with YouTube and its parent company Google. Action VR TV will be uploading new content soon, but wanted to show its support for theDove by uploading a few of their videos and content as we hope they join the Rumble family.
This was a video that aired live on Mornings On theDove on March 24, 2021. Hosts Perry Atkinson and executive producer Polina Leiser break the news of YouTube's banishment and what plans they have to return.
(Property of theDove Media, Inc. NO copyright infringement is intended.)
57 Views · 8 months ago
Newly-elected Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has a heartfelt message to all of her supporters and a crystal clear one to her politically opponent bullies! (Courtesy of FB Watch)
31 Views · 8 months ago
On August 29, 2013, at 8:00pm, KHSL-TV Channel 12 in Chico, California, celebrated their 60th anniversary with a TV special hosted by longtime news anchor Alan Marsden and Debbie Cobb featuring interviews with current and former personalities and workers for the station. They even show some archival footage from past programs found on YouTube. GOCOM Media, owners of KHSL at the time, disposed of all of the historic films footage and videotape, so historic footage is rare except what appears on YouTube. Also appearing includes former news personalities Ray Narbiatz, (former California Assemblyman) Stan Statham, Dr. Rick Rigsby, Royal Courtain, Mike Donnelly and Chad Abramson. Also couple of short tributes to Moriss Taylor.
Copyright © 2013 KHSL-TV Channel 12 Chico. All rights reserved.