Published on Jul 18, 2013
” Season 15 (1964-1965), broadcast April 16, 1965: The Smothers Brothers introduce the show trying to sing “Love in Bloom.” Later, they perform “Boil That Cabbage Down,” “I Don’t Care,” and “I Never Will Marry.”
The sketch is set after a 1944 air raid in London when Jack was entertaining troops at the Palladium. He’s trapped under an unexploded bomb, and he’s discovered by a demolition team, the Brothers. Rather than defuse the bomb, they make him listen to their audition.
*NOTE*: This is the final episode of the regular Jack Benny Program series. After that, Jack Benny hosted occasional color specials for NBC, which some of these may be found here on YouTube. “
Ct Patriot: Ok, lets see how they explain this one. This Story just keeps getting crazier and crazier by the day. I’m at a point now that I am not sure what the heck went on at that school. What’s real? what’s fake?
FBI Says No One Killed at Sandy Hook
Recently released FBI crime statistics curiously show that no murders occurred in Newtown, Connecticut, in 2012,
despite reports that numerous school children and faculty members were slaughtered
during a shooting rampage in December of that year.
On December 14, 2012, the world watched in horror as the corporate media reported the deaths of 20 students and 6 staff members at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown at the hands of a deranged 20-year-old.
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Speaker of the House John Boehner visited the American Enterprise Institute on Thursday to give a speech on the economy. While speaking at the think tank, Boehner proved to the American people just how out of touch he was with reality.
In the question and answer portion of his appearance, Speaker Boehner renewed his commitment to increasing the flow of foreign workers into the US workforce and passing amnesty:
“Immigration reform will help our economy, but you’ve got to secure the border first. We’ve got a mess and everyone knows we’ve got a mess. Our legal system is broken, our border isn’t secure, and we’ve got the problem of those who are here without documents. It needs to be fixed. we’re a nation of immigrants, the sooner we do it, the better off the country would be.”
During that same Q&A, Boehner continued to show his true colors:
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By Adriana Stuijt, retired journalist. Dokkum, the Netherlands.
24 September 2014. With sexual violence against women and children reaching epidemic proportions under the ANC-regime, I want to raise — once again — the ANC’s culture of sexual-violence which was created during the terrorist movement’s ‘exile years’ before it was handed over the control of South Africa in 1994 by the FW de Klerk cabinet.
Many thousands of exiled women and men suffered horrific sexual abuse in the camps of the ANC and PAC in amongst others, Angola and Tanzania. Yet these tortured former freedom fighters have never been allowed to speak up publicly about their ordeal.
Tutu ‘s Truth and Reconciliation Commission refused to have these victims testify publicly… and thus this culture of ANC leaders’ exercising their ‘patriarchal power’ through sexual violence continues to spread like a plague across all of South Africa.
The countrys official…
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by Ernst Roets, Afriforum, 17 September, 2014 –
“FOCHVILLE — 20 February 2012 began as an ordinary day in the lives of David and Bernadette Hall. The Halls were milking cows on their farm, Buffelshoek, near Fochville. There they were overpowered by five black male attackers at 6am.
Bernadette was tied up and assaulted with a blunt object. David was less fortunate.
- After a fight with the robbers, who were just too many for him, he was finally on his knees. The lawn outside the dairy is where David breathed his last breath. (Bernadette testified in court that two shots were fired through his brain while he sat on his knees in front of his murderers).