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17-Year-Old NJ High School Football Player Stabbed To Death In Lower Manhattan (video)

provided by St. Joseph Regional High School A 17-year-old New Jersey resident, from Warren Township in Somerset, was stabbed to death in Lower Manhattan, New York City, early Thursday, November 23 according to reports by NorthJersey.com Rocco Rodden was enrolled at Montvale's St. Joseph Regional High School, where he played football. The incident occurred at an ax-throwing establishment in the Tribeca section of Manhattan. Police were called to 96 Lafayette St., the address of Live Axe, at 1:50 a.m. and discovered two stabbing victims. The second victim, a 19-year-old man who suffered stab wounds to the torso, was in stable... Read more →


DOWN IN DALLAS TOWN, 60 Years After The Murder Of John F. Kennedy

Down in Dallas Town is a startling film about the shifting terrain of public memory 60 years after the murder of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. Through interviews with people on the street and songs recorded to memorialize JFK in the mid-1960s, the film explores the impact of the assassination on issues in today’s world, from lingering conspiracy theories to the proliferation of gun violence, homelessness, and the scourge of K-2. Personal narratives are juxtaposed with the sentiments articulated in blues, gospel, norteño, and calypso recordings to haunting affect. Especially poignant is the account of Mary Ann Moorman,... Read more →


VIDEO: People Wake Up! Our Country is Being Invaded

Inside the Darién Gap | AGENDA 2030 MASS MIGRATION PLAN EXPOSED | Muckraker Report image courtesy of the Muckraker Report CNBNEWS-(November 9, 2023)--According to a recent Muckraker report, six million illegal immigrants have been apprehended at the southern border since 2021. Some of these individuals were identified as criminals and or terrorists. Those people are returned to their own countries only to start the trek to the U.S. again. Recently, ICE caught a man in Philadelphia wanted by Mexico authorities for murder. Previously, he had been captured seven times, and he was returned to his country each time. The Muckraker... Read more →


60 Years after JFK's Assassination Fading Memories and a Legacy Forgotten

Down in Dallas Town is a startling film about the shifting terrain of public memory sixty years after the murder of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. Through interviews with people on the street and songs recorded to memorialize JFK in the mid-1960s, the film explores the impact of the assassination on issues in today’s world, from lingering conspiracy theories to the proliferation of gun violence, homelessness, and the scourge of K-2. Personal narratives are juxtaposed with the sentiments articulated in blues, gospel, norteño, and calypso recordings to haunting affect. Especially poignant is the account of Mary Ann Moorman,... Read more →


(Video)Something Happening Here:

Camouflage Illegals Invading Texas

By Bethany Blankley | The Center Square contributor Oct 4, 2023 Border community residents in Texas testify to horrors they’ve experienced Molotov cocktails, home break-ins, high-speed chases, shoot-outs with law enforcement: Residents say they are terrified (The Center Square) – In a lawsuit filed against Kinney County over detention policies of illegal foreign nationals, the county submitted more than 30 affidavits, including testimony from residents describing their experiences as a result of Biden administration policies, including encounters with violent men who illegally entered Texas not far from where the residents live. One resident who has lived in Val Verde and... Read more →


Video: American Bandstand, filmed in Philly (1963)

PHILADELPHIA PA, NOVEMBER 1963(CNBNews)- In the early years of the show, there were strict dress codes for both the gents and the ladies. The females were required to wear a blouse and skirt and were not allowed to wear dungarees. Boys, on the other hand, had to wear suit jackets and ties. In the accompanying picture, most girls are seen sporting a "BeeHive" hairdo, while the boys' hairstyle was referred to as a "Peter Gun", named after the detective who played the starring role in a popular TV show in the '60s. However, this style for boys did not last... Read more →


YOU HAVE A RIGHT TO KNOW: James O'Keefe Brings Cameras To NJ School Board Meetings

A New Jersey Police Captain captured on film by James O'Keefe of OKeefeMediaGroup.com scanning the license plates of citizens who attended school board meetings. In the second video, O'Keefe tries to interview , (Top)--O’Keefe’s exposé led to the NJ Police Captain announcing he would review the officers' conduct for "deficiencies." In the second video below, O'Keefe tries to speak with a former Roselle Park school district employee who had published a video simulating sex with a mannequin and pretending to eat babies. CNBNEWS NOTE: COMING SOON...More videos of O'Keefe confronting Local School Boards in NJ source Read more →


DOWN THE SHORE: CG Rescues Kite Surfer from Sand Bar near Barnegat Light (see video)

PHILADELPHIA (CNBNews)(August 31, 2023)– The Coast Guard rescued a kite surfer from a sand bar about one mile from Barnegat Light, New Jersey, Thursday. A good Samaritan contacted watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay Thursday morning and reported that a person was stranded on a sand bar waving for assistance. The person in distress was reported to be directly across from Coast Guard Station Barnegat Light near Sledge Island. A 29-foot Response – Boat crew from the Coast Guard station launched and quickly located the person needing assistance. The boat crew navigated through shallow water, recovered the person, and... Read more →


A MOVIE SCENE OUT OF MAD MAX?

"For a second, I thought maybe a sequel to Mad Max was being produced in Gcity." Phillips 66 Gas Station at Broadway and Market Street, Gloucester City, NJ (CNBNews photo) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (August 18, 2023)—Thursday evening at approximately 7:45 PM, three men riding motorcycles pulled into the PHILLIPS 66 gas station at Broadway and Market Street. The one biker drove through the station and exited onto Broadway. Another man with a woman sitting on the back of his bike got gas, while the third man with blond hair and a blond beard, drove... Read more →


Coast Guard Recused Man from Fiery Boat in Delaware Bay

The U.S. Coast Guard, Down Township Fire Department, and Little Creek Fire Department respond to a 42-foot recreational boat fire in Delaware Bay, July 18, 2023. The mariner aboard was rescued by a U.S. Coast Guard Station Cape May 29-foot Response Boat-Small crew and safely brought to shore. (U.S. Coast Guard photo courtesy of U.S. Coast Guard Station Cape May/Released) PHILADELPHIA (July 19, 2023)-- – The Coast Guard rescued a man from the water Tuesday after his boat caught fire in Delaware Bay. A Cumberland County, New Jersey, dispatcher called Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay watchstanders at 11 a.m. Tuesday... Read more →


Peyton and Me Meandering in June Through Gloucester City, Deptford and Mt. Ephriam

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Artist Frank Chappell AWESOME! The mural on the Paul Street side of Carr's Hardware at 22 North Broadway is a stunning piece of art created by Frank Chappell as part of the City's Irishtown program. The Carr family expresses gratitude to Chappell, Gloucester City Mayor Dayl Baile, the city council, and Lori Ryan, Director of Gloucester City's Community Development. Ryan is also the city's Neighborhood Preservation Program (NPP) Coordinator. It's important to note that the City of Gloucester City participates in New Jersey's Neighborhood Preservation Program, which the NJ Department of Community Affairs manages.... Read more →


Fire Aboard Grande Costa D’Avorio Still Burning; 2 Fatalities, 6 Injured (video)

Video image courtesy of the Elizabeth Police Department PORT NEWARK, New Jersey (July 6, 2023)---(CNBNews) – The Coast Guard, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Newark Fire Department, and Gallagher Marine Systems, the representative for the ship operator, have established a Unified Command in Port Newark, supported by a host of federal, state and local emergency response agencies. The Unified Command was established to continue its response to the fire aboard the cargo vessel Grande Costa D’Avorio, which caught fire Wednesday night around 9:30 PM. The Unified Command’s operational priorities are ensuring the public's and first responders' safety,... Read more →


VIDEO:

Biden Falls on Stage at Air Force Academy Graduation

COLORADO SPRINGS (JUNE 1, 2023)(CNNews)--Today, after addressing graduates of the U.S. Air Force Academy, President Joseph Biden falls on the stage. According to the White House, the President tripped over a sandbag and suffered no injuries. The 80-year-old Biden has fallen several times since he was first elected to the presidency in 2020. The following is from the Academy's website. We’re short on air, but not on views. Located just north of Colorado Springs, at the base of the Front Range, our campus sits on 18,500 acres of breathtaking mountain panoramas. The youngest of five military service academies, we boast... Read more →


NJDEP Air Quality Alert until 12:00 AM Thursday

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has issued a code orange air quality alert Wednesday for Southwestern New Jersey. A code orange air quality alert means that air pollution concentrations within the region may become unhealthy for sensitive groups. Sensitive groups include children...people suffering from asthma... heart disease or other lung diseases...and the elderly. The effects of air pollution can be minimized by avoiding strenuous activity or exercising outdoors. For more information on ground-level ozone and fine particles...visit http://www.state.nj.us/dep/ * AFFECTED AREAS: GLOUCESTER ... CAMDEN ... NORTHWESTERN BURLINGTON Address/Location Maple Shade Township Police Department 200 N Stiles Ave Maple... Read more →


VIDEO:

Training Center Cape May to fire 40MM battery; Reminder: 3 PM Pause for a Moment of Silence

On this Memorial Day, we acknowledge that freedom is not free. For those who gave up everything in service to this country...We honor Your Sacrifice. PLEASE PAUSE ON MEMORIAL DAY AT 3 PM FOR A MOMENT OF SILENCE IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE Zoomability Memorial Day Tribute from Zoomability on Vimeo. ++++++++++++ CAPE MAY, N.J. (May 30, 2023)(CNBNews)- The Coast Guard Training Center Cape May Armory staff will be conducting a 21-Gun Salute from the regimental 40MM saluting battery on base beginning at noon, Monday, May 29, in observance of Memorial Day. There will be a... Read more →


Philadelphia Police Needs Your Help To Catch A Killer; $20,000 Reward Offered (See video)

PERSON OF INTEREST (image provided by Philadelphia Police) PHILADELPHIA PA (MAY26, 2023)(CNBNEWS)--On May 24, 2023, at approximately 10:51 pm, a Black male offender was in a verbal dispute with a male victim, 15-year-old Randy Mills of the Unit block of West Sharpnack St, on a SEPTA bus in the area of 5200 Germantown Avenue. The offender fired a handgun, striking the victim in the chest. The victim died of his injuries. Police would like assistance in identifying the offender. Police are also trying to identify a person of interest depicted in the following video, as well as any other potential... Read more →


VIDEO: What Is Happening To Our Country? Why Is There So Much Hatred?

Guest Opinion There was a time when there was literally the United States of America. Not everyone agreed with each other; but unlike today, people didn't get beaten just because they had a difference of opinion. And each Sunday at the NFL game people stood for the playing of the National Anthem; players didn't kneel, and no one hid in the locker room until the anthem was over. Believe it or not, some of us actually got goosebumps when the anthem was sung. For those who long for the "Good Old Days" take a moment and watch this short video... Read more →


THIS SATURDAY, THE PREAKNESS STAKES, THE MIDDLE JEWEL OF THE TRIPLE CROWN (see video_

image source unsplash.com BALTIMORE, MARYLAND (MAY 17, 2023)(CNBNEWS)--The 148th Preakness at Pimlico Race Course is happening this weekend. According to the Maryland Jockey Club, Mage is an 8-5 favorite. Pimlico is Baltimore's premier destination for horse racing and home of the Preakness Stakes, the middle jewel of the Triple Crown, first opened its doors on October 25, 1870, making it the second oldest racetrack in the nation behind Saratoga, which debuted in 1864 in upstate New York. Mage, the 2023 Kentucky Derby (G1) winner, was installed as the 8-5 favorite on the morning line for the $1.65 million Preakness Stakes... Read more →


IS THE KOREAN PENINSULA FACING WAR AGAIN?

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South Korean soldiers walk among the bodies of political prisoners executed near Daejon, July 1950 (Major Abbott, U.S. Army - National Archives, Major Abbott/U.S. Army via AP copy) Five Things to Know The American Legion MAY 15, 2023 1. Large-scale aerial drills are underway again over the Korean Peninsula, nearly a month after South Korea carried out similar training with the United States. More than 60 South Korean aircraft are taking part in the weeklong, biannual Soaring Eagle exercise that kicked off Friday. It consists of aerial combat scenarios, ground-to-air missile simulations and aerial refueling training, according to a Ministry... Read more →


Video: Beware of Car Theft Ring in South Jersey

3 CBSNEWS REPORT--According to police, thieves riding in a Jeep went up to a home and were able to remotely open its locked garage doors using an RFID reader. Once inside, thieves found car keys and stole a Range Rover and a Dodge TRX pick-up truck. Mantua Township Police believe the thieves specifically targeted the house for its luxury cars. READ MORE: https://cbsn.ws/4205xdN Read more →


YouTube Video: The Incredible Belgian Malinoise

The Video was submitted by January F. The highly skilled Belgian Malinois can jump incredible distances. The smart, confident, and versatile Belgian Malinois is a world-class worker who forges an unbreakable bond with his human partner. To deny a Mal activity and the pleasure of your company is to deprive him of his very reasons for being. Belgian Malinois are squarely built, proud, and alert herders standing 22 to 26 inches. Strong and well-muscled, but more elegant than bulky, there's an honest, no-frills look about them, as befit dogs built to work hard for their feed. A breed hallmark is... Read more →


Ritter and Yanagisawa Named Philly-SIDA Academic All Area Mens Swimming & Diving Team

GLASSBORO, NJ -- Paul Riter and Kevin Yanagisawa were named to the 2022-23 Philly-SIDA Academic All-Area Men's Swimming & Diving Team. The team is voted on by the sports information offices of 30 institutions from the Philadelphia metropolitan area. In order for a student-athlete to be eligible for Academic All-Area honors, he/she must be in at least their second year at the institution and hold a cumulative grade point average of 3.20 or better. Riter appears on the team for the first time while Yanagisawa scored his third honor overall and second consecutive. Excluding the season in which the team... Read more →


Peyton and Me,

Plus Connie Head to Myrtle Beach

SEE VIDEO William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews MYRTLE BEACH, SC--On February 27, we joined the "Snow Bird Migration" like we have done every February for over a decade and headed south on Route 95 towards South Carolina. The March weather in that state is perfect for us. Temperatures range between 65 and 75 degrees, and after spending months in New Jersey's damp, cloudy, and cold weather, we are ready to get away. Another incentive, rental prices are half what you typically pay during the spring and summer seasons. Usually, we would stay in Hilton Head, but that island has... Read more →


HE HAS RISEN! Happy Easter to All (video)

We would like to wish all a Happy, Holy Easter! ~Bill and Connie Cleary/CNBNews image courtesy of ALAMY Cassandra Star Armstrong and her big sister Callahan sing a beautiful and meaningful Easter version of Leonard Cohen’s classic song “Hallelujah”. Leonard Cohen, a Canadian singer, and songwriter, originally wrote “Hallelujah” and many different musicians and bands have since performed their cover version of it. These Easter lyrics were written by Kelley Mooney, the piano track was arranged by Jeff Buckley of Karaoke Studios, and the recording is by Maverick Judson of MJ Interactive. Be sure to watch Children’s Choir Hallelujah to... Read more →


Best of Film Award Goes to Search for the "Cooper; the Documentary to Screen at Film Festivals

The Flim Chronicles the Hidden Beauty of the Cooper River in Camden County Trailer for 30 min Environmental Short -- "Search for the Cooper; A River Hidden in Plain View", received the Best Film Award at the Ocean City Maryland Film Festival. On a six-day expedition along the neglected Cooper River in Camden City, NJ, four area youth kayak, hike, and hack their way through the overgrowth in search of the source of the river. This is a film of discovery, both of their environment and themselves. (Cherry Hill, NJ) – On Sunday, March 5, the documentary “Search for the... Read more →


THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY: The Deadliest War

DOROTHY PHILBIN | CNBNEWS See the video below, Opioid Tragedy: Inside the Fentanyl Crisis | $10 Death GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (March 13, 2023)--World War III was well underway; we were losing it even before we realized it had begun. This war is not being fought with bombs, fighter planes, or even nuclear weapons. It is being fought with drugs - large quantities of opioids, cocaine, fentanyl, and new drugs which don't respond to any known treatment. The United States is fighting the lion's share of the battle, but every other western country is also fighting. Here are the American human... Read more →


The Best Psychological Thrillers Every Horror Fan Should Watch

There is nothing more intriguing than a mind-bending psychological thriller. It plays with your mind, makes you question reality, and takes your imagination to places you never even thought existed. It is easy to spook the viewers with a ghost or a demon but a psychological thriller creeps you out without actually showing you the dark entities. Inarguably, it is an art to make an excellent psychological thriller, however, there are some really good movies out there that shine bright in this particular genre. If you have been on a hunt for a list like this, then here is the... Read more →


Schumer Takes Issue with Carlson's Airing of a January 6 Video

WASHINGTON, D.C.(MARCH 7, 2023)--United States Senator Chuck Schumer (NY-D) called FOX's Tucker Carlson a liar on the Senate floor on March 7 following the release of a recent video on his nightly show that aires nightly on FOX. Carlson's pointed out during the showing of the video that the film does not support the allegation that January 6 was an insurrection. "It tells a different story altogether about what happened that day." RELATED: This Video Tells A Different Tale About January 6, 2021 Read more →


This Video Tells A Different Tale About January 6, 2021

Some on the Left called for the Qanon Shaman, aka Navy veteran Jacob Chansley to be shot. The Arizona resident was sentenced to four years in prison for being in the Capitol that day. video source FOX NEWS WASHINGTON D.C. (January 6, 2021)--This video shown recently on the Tucker Carlson Tonight show, aired on FOX, does not support the allegation that January 6 was an insurrection. In fact, it tells a different story altogether about what really happened that day. It was inferred by many Democratic news media that The Qanon Shaman, better known as Navy veteran Jacob Chansley from... Read more →


Steven Spielberg, Legendary Film Director and South Jersey Native, to be Honored by Camden County

WESTMONT, NJ (March 7, 2023)--Camden County will honor legendary film director Steven Spielberg in a ceremony today, Tuesday, March 7, 2023, at the site of the former Westmont Theater. The theater is featured in Spielberg’s latest Oscar nominated film “The Fabelmans,” and is where his passion for cinema first began after watching “The Greatest Show on Earth,” in 1952 at the age of five. STEVEN SPIELBERG (source Getty Images) Spielberg’s father, Arnold, was an electrical engineer that worked for RCA in Camden City in the 1950s. The family lived in Haddon Township prior to moving to Phoenix in 1957. “The... Read more →


Lung Cancer, One of the Deadliest Cancer: Screening saves lives!

Learn more about low-dose CT lung cancer screening. Lung cancer remains the leading cause of death from cancer in the US, and cigarette smoking is the single biggest risk factor. MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper is dedicated to providing those who are at risk for developing lung cancer with safe and effective screening. Read more →


Guest Opinion: Police and Local News Media Working Together to Control Flow of Information

Cops kill "Cop City" Forest Defender outside Atlanta image source: https://mobile.twitter.com/ydsabloomington (ATLANTA, GA)(January 19, 2023)(CNBNewsnet) Yesterday afternoon, the police shot and killed a protester in Weelaunee Forest. Dozens of heavily armed DeKalb Police, Atlanta Police, and Georgia State police shut down Weelaunee People’s Park and nearby streets before entering the tree line with guns drawn and heavy machinery poised to continue forest destruction. Police have repeatedly raided this public park, flattened community gardens and art installations, attacked protestors with chemical weapons and rubber bullets and threatened lethal force. During past raids, police have consistently escalated violent tactics on peaceful people... Read more →


ARMED CARJACKING/ROBBERY 39TH District of Philadelphia (video)

January 10, 2023 The Philadelphia Police Northwest Detective Division is attempting to identify these individuals responsible for this robbery by gun / carjacking. On January 2, 2023, the victim, a 27-year-old male, was robbed and carjacked by three black males while at the shopping complex at 2920 Roberts Ave. The victim pulled up and double parked in front of the Wingstop Restaurant. Video surveillance shows a blue Mazda sedan circling the parking lot and later pulling past the victim and parking. While the victim was heading back to his car three offenders got out of the blue Mazda and later... Read more →


Film Crew Visited Gloucester City Friday to Produce a Promotional for the Philadelphia Eagles

CNBNews photo William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (CNBNewsnet)--A Philadelphia Film Production company was at Freedom Pier, King and Cumberland Streets today shooting a promotion for an upcoming Philadelphia Eagle game. Troy Coffee, head of ProductionHub, a film company located in Philadelphia, said he has been wanting to use Freedom Pier for a 'shoot' for some time. Troy Coffee (photo ProductionHub) “We got a call to produce this promo on short notice. Normally we would shoot it in Philadelphia but in recent months it has taken five days or longer to get a permit from the City.... Read more →


2013 Video of 49 Plane Flyover of Kansas City Chief's Football Stadium

The following was submitted by our long-time friend, Chalie The Clip. image source youtube video Jason Rabinowitz/AirLine Reporter CNBNEWSNET(January 1, 2023)--The Kansas City Chiefs football team played the Las Vegas Raiders in Kansas City. When Obama was president, you may recall that he eliminated patriotic military flyovers at significant events. On Sunday, October 13th, 2013, forty-nine homemade Van’s RV aircraft entered a tight formation and synchronized their flyover to occur at the very end of the national anthem. Not only did these pilots pull off a fantastic formation flight, but each plane left a pink smoke trail in honor of... Read more →


NJ Senator Durr Speaks Against “Unconstitutional” Gun Restrictions Proposed by Trenton Democrats (Film)

STATE SENATOR DURR (R) TRENTON, NJ (December 19, 2022)(CNBNews)--During a session of the New Jersey Senate on December 19, 2022, Senator Ed Durr (R-3) spoke against legislation proposed by Democrats that would impose “unconstitutional” new restrictions on concealed carry permit holders.Durr voted “NO” on the legislation, A-4769/S-3214, which passed 21-16 with only Democrats in support. Read more →


Video: Twas the Night Before Christmas

source https://www.carols.org Clement Moore, the author of the poem Twas the night before Christmas, was a reticent man and it is believed that a family friend, Miss H. Butler, sent a copy of the poem to the New York Sentinel who published the poem. The condition of publication was that the author of Twas the night before Christmas was to remain anonymous. The first publication date was 23rd December 1823 and it was an immediate success. It was not until 1844 that Clement Clarke Moore claimed ownership when the work was included in a book of his poetry. Twas the... Read more →


Owner of Bravo Packing/Slaughterhouse Pleads Guilty Following Uncover Probe (Video)

Editor's Note: Be warned the video is gruesome Investigation That Led to Charges Showed Horrific Violence CARNEY’S POINT, NJ—(December 19, 2022)— Joseph Merola, the owner of Bravo Packing, Inc., which slaughters cows and horses for animal feed, and has operated for over 60 years (no affiliation with Bravo Pet Foods), has pleaded guilty to a criminal charge stemming from video footage captured by an undercover investigator with the animal advocacy group Animal Outlook. He will pay the maximum fine available for the violation. The footage showed workers dragging from a trailer a fully-conscious cow who was too ill or injured... Read more →


Watching Wildlife on an ATV Trail in Minnesota (video)

One year on an ATV trail was filmed in Minnesota by Voyageurs Wolf Project; the video shows the various animals using an ATV trail from July 2021- October 2022 in Voyageurs National Park in Minnesota. It is seven minutes long, but even so, it is a fascinating look at the many wildlife species in that neck of the woods. Pay attention, as there are one species you don't see throughout the year-long plus film. We would be curious to know if anyone can guess what species is missing. Leave your comments below. If you like to watch Funny, Cool and... Read more →


VIDEO: The Problems Children Experience from Living in Fatherless Homes

"Six men have fathered 87 children with 50 different women. Children who come from fatherless homes are five times more likely to commit suicide, 32 times more likely to run away, 20 more times to have a behavioral problem, 14 more times to commit rape, 10 more times more likely to abuse drugs," said TV talk show hostesses Iyania. TV talk show hostesses Iyania did a show on the number of children who have no father living with them. On the heels of her controversial multipart mega-fix, Iyanla sits down with Jay, who has fathered 34 children with 17 different... Read more →


CNB Hunting News/Video: The 182" Missouri Buck

source dodTV Logging Leads To Terry Drury’s 182” Missouri Booner, The Story Of Double Stickers | Deer Season 22 On this episode of Deer Season 22, we’re going back to the state of Missouri for the full story of an incredible buck known as Double Stickers. After 3 years of history, a giant logging operation, and who knows how many hours of working on the farm during the off-season, Old Man Winter develops a plan and finally gets his chance. With the perfect wind, Terry makes his move and the rest is history as they say, closing the chapter on... Read more →


Some Free Advice From Senator John Kennedy (video)

I love this country as much as you do! I think America is worth fighting for! ~U.S. Senator Kennedy (CNBNews)--United States Senator John Kennedy hit the ball out of the park in his speech at the CPAC gathering this past February. Whether you are a Republican or Democrat, take a few minutes and listen to his words of wisdom. He makes a lot of sense. If you think he doesn't, let us know we love to hear from you. SOME FREE ADVICE (Courtesy: American Conservative Union) Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) speaks at CPAC 2022. 2,144,992 views Feb 26, 2022 Read more →


Lower East Side Film's Stay India Project

Lower East Side Film Launches ‘Stay Indie Project’ Offering $400K In Financing New York, NY (November 1, 2022) - The Lower East Side Film Festival (LESFF) has announced the Stay Indie Project, a feature screenplay and pitch competition designed to support independent filmmakers to get their projects financed and produced. Open to both narrative and documentary filmmakers, the fellowship will connect filmmakers with up to $400k in financing and production services. The festival has also announced its new 2023 dates. The 13th annual Lower East Side Film Festival will take place from May 4-8, 2023. Submissions to the festival are... Read more →


Project Veritas Undercover:F**K ‘EM: NYC Mayor Eric Adams Advance Team Official...video

F**K ‘EM: NYC Mayor Eric Adams Advance Team Official Reveals He Has ‘No Sympathy’ For Public Sector Employees Forced Out of Jobs Due to COVID Vaccine Mandate image courtesy of Project Veritas Chris Baugh, Advance Team Aide, NYC Mayor Eric Adams: “I have no sympathy for them. They made a choice [not to get vaccinated]. They chose not to do a very harmless thing that protects the rest of society. F**k ‘em. 1,400 people voluntarily quit their jobs rather than get vaccinated. They don’t deserve their jobs back. We have thousands and thousands of vacancies in city government right now.... Read more →


Project Veritas Investigation: NYC Mayor Adams Exposed...Film

Number One Aide to NYC Mayor Adams Admits Migrant Crisis Going to Make Biden Look Bad... Top Aide to NYC Mayor Eric Adams ADMITS Migrant Crisis is Catastrophic for the City… ‘Flooded Our System’ … ‘Eventually Going to Make Biden Look Bad’ … ‘I Don’t Know that Eric Adams is Capable Enough to Navigate it.’ Chris Baugh, Advance Team Aide, NYC Mayor Eric Adams: “There was talk about limiting the number of migrants we would accept, and I’m glad we didn’t do it that way. But I still think what [Texas Governor] Abbott was doing has proven effective. Like, it’s... Read more →


Pets Are The Bests: The Biggest Dogs in the World ...film

Can you imagine feeding this dog? And can you imagine picking up their poo-poo? You would need a backhoe. It is a short clip check it out. Courtesy of TREND MAX and ViralBe. ~CNBNewsnet source ViralBe RELATED: FILM CATEGORY PETS ARE THE BEST CATEGORY Read more →


PHILADELPHIA EVENT: Black Ties, Ball Gowns & Sneakers!

Chef Ange Branca and Friends are Organizing Philly’s First ‘Trauma Survivors Foundation Black Tie & Sneakers Masquerade Ball’ at LIVE! Casino on Saturday, November 5th For the first time since the foundation was created in 2013, the Trauma Survivors Foundation’s Black Tie & Sneakers Masquerade Ball will be coming to Philadelphia as LIVE! The casino will host the 1,000-person gala fundraiser on Saturday, November 5th from 7 to 11 p.m. inside the property’s Event Center at 900 Packer Avenue in South Philly. The Ball, for short (it’s a mouthful, after all), will begin with a sumptuous cocktail hour featuring music... Read more →


One of the Cutest Videos: Kid and Puppy Playing Baseball Together

An adorable video of a little boy playing baseball with his dog. They have the time of their lives without adults telling them how to play the game. Or parents yelling at them for dropping the ball. No one kept score; you played all day and started the game again the following day. That's how things used to be in the 40s, 50s, and 60s. Subscribe to Big Geek Daddy...Funny, Cool, and Interesting Video Of The Day RELATED: Gloucester City Little League Coach Dominic Staiano Retiring After 50 Years Read more →


Radio Host Paul Harvey's Poignant Commentary About Today's News Media (video)

William E. Cleary Sr.| (CNBNewsnet) (October 3, 2022)--We were longtime fans of the late Paul Harvey, the legendary radio broadcaster. His voice was captivating, and his commentary was always spot on. Many of his recorded comments can still be found on the internet today and on CNBNews. Paul Harvey epitomizes what journalism was like before the era of social media and the 24-hour news cycle came along. The video below was made on March 8, 2003, at the R&R Talk Radio organization' annual seminar. Harvey was 84 years old at the time. During his acceptance speech, there are several moments... Read more →