I Have a Plan to Destroy America by Former Governor Richard Lamm, Democrat
Former Democrat Governor Richard D. Lamm on Multiculturalism Mark Levin introduces a clip by Former Democrat Governor Richard Lamm, Colorado. At a gathering talking about a book called 'Mexifornia', ...
Cardinal Dolan: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Share ‘Touching Moment’ At Al Smith Dinner
Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of the Diocese of New York, hosted the Al Smith dinner Thursday night, sitting between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. D...
Cardinal Dolan asks for apology from Clinton campaign
Catholic League President Bill Donohue on the Clinton campaign emails mocking Catholics and evangelicals.
Liberace’s 15 Most Extravagant Possessions
While Liberace’s talents on the ivory keys made him famous, it was his showmanship that made him one of the world's highest-paid entertainers throughout the fifties, sixties and seventies. Here's a lo...
Liberace
Here is Liberace performing Boogie Woogie on his 196 Television Series. The 3 DVD set will be released on September 18th. Titled Liberace Ultimate Entertainer.
Liberace Music Video & Entrance 1981 - YouTube
Jan 6, 2008 ... Here is Liberace's Music Video and his entrance to one of his Vegas Shows.
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Born out ...
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