Martin Luther King Jr. A rare American leader In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day today and his birth on January 15th, 1929, BrasscheckTV shares one of his greatest speeches, “The other America”. His life was taken too soon and under shady circumstances in 1968, a year after this speech was given, when he was shot and killed. A legendary civil rights activist, Martin Luther King Jr. will always be remembered as a man who helped spark the moral conscience of a segregated America. Brasscheck TV needs your help Brasscheck TV relies on viewer contributions to keep going...Read More
Category: Good guys
Three futures for America “Why do the bad guys win?” Yes, there is an organization for veterans who want peace. Yes, they have a convention. Here’s a speech at the 2017 convention by Col. Larry Wilkerson. This military man explains how Trump and his fellow moronic thugs are putting the country at grave risk financially and militarily. He makes the case that we can and must take the country back not just from Trump, but all the other immoral, self-serving scum that has taken over Washington and government at all levels. Part Two Brasscheck TV needs your help Brasscheck...Read More
And government bureaucrats want to “control” them Un-measurable help from thousands Cajun Navy to the rescue…and government bureaucrats want to “control” them. We pay billions to the government in taxes every year and where are they when there is a catastrophe? I can tell you from experience – nowhere. The overwhelming percentage of immediate, meaningful help comes from people. A detailed account of their work in last years’s Louisiana flood. Brasscheck TV needs your help Brasscheck TV relies on viewer contributions to keep going Donate...Read More
October 12, 1932 – August 19, 2017 An American life A short overview of his careers from wikipedia: Richard Claxton “Dick” Gregory (October 12, 1932 – August 19, 2017) was an American civil rights activist, social critic, writer, entrepreneur, comedian, and actor. During the turbulent 1960s, Gregory became a pioneer in stand-up comedy for his “no-holds-barred” sets, in which he mocked bigotry and racism. He primarily performed at segregated clubs to black audiences until 1961, when he became the first black comedian to successfully cross over to white audiences, appearing on television and putting out comedy record albums. Gregory...Read More
Remembering Henry Heimlich (1920 – 2016) More info at: DrMcDougall.com Late last year, the man who arguably saved more lives than any other person on earth passed away age 96. Did the news media honor him and note his passing? We share a lot of videos from Dr. John McDougall. In fact, we shared this video in its entirety not long go. But it was a long video – nearly an hour long – and my guess it that not everyone made it to the end. The whole video was very important, but something “life and death” important came...Read More
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