‘She mouthed the words help me’: Video captures the moment a good Samaritan saved an 11-year-old girl from being kidnapped by a man in Ohio
By Valerie Edwards | 19 Sep 2017
A good Samaritan is being hailed a hero after his quick-thinking actions saved an 11-year-old girl from being kidnapped by a stranger in Ohio.
Good Samaritan, Nazier Elahee
Jessie Woodard, Jr.
Nazier Elahee was walking along Wiehe Road in Golf Manor when he said he saw a man, later identified as Jessie Woodard Jr, 37, pulling the young girl by the arm.
‘I noticed that a man was walking down the street toting a girl behind him pulling her by the wrist,’ Elahee told WXIX.
People Are Calling For A Total Ban On Cotton Because — You Guessed It — Racism
By Jenna Green | 18 Sep 2017
A woman in Texas berated Hobby Lobby last week for selling cotton as a decorative home accessory.
Daniell Rider posted her complaint to the craft store’s Facebook page:
There is nothing decorative about raw cotton. A commodity which was gained at the expense of African-American slaves. A little sensitivity goes a long way. Please remove this decor.
Daniell Rider, then received backlash for her sensitivity and responded to her critics:
All those who are offended by cotton being a decoration need to quit buying any product made of cotton!
Below is my response to this race-baiter ~Angel
The following is a short list of products that are made with cotton or cotton/synthetic fabric blends:
- Sweatshirts, Sweatpants, and Hoodies (I suppose one could always go with fleece)
- Bandanas (Antifa loons are gonna have to find something else to cover their cowardly faces with)
- Denim (I am picturing protesters wearing polyester pants LOL)
- Terrycloth (Towels, bath robes)
- Sheets and Pillowcases (Most use cotton or cotton blend)
- Canvas (Some is made using *gasp* cotton, some using linen)
- Flannel (Some flannel is made using wool or synthetic fiber but a lot is made using cotton)
- Underwear (For those of you who like the saggy pants look this includes boxer shorts)
- Coffee filters
- Fishing nets
- Tampons and Sanitary Pads (I suppose women can start using menstrual cups)
- Bandaids and Gauze
- Elastic bandages
- Disposable diapers
- Cloth diapers
- Cotton seeds are delinted by a similar process to ginning. Some linter is used to make candle wicks, string, cotton balls, cotton batting, paper, and cellulose products such as rayon, plastics, photographic film, and cellophane.
- Cottonseed oil is used in some margarines, salad dressings, cosmetics, soap, candles, water proofing agents
- Q-tips and Cotton Balls
- Tires (Use of cotton in tires is limited – used mostly as a processing aid now)
Did you know that cotton remained a key crop in the Southern economy after emancipation and the end of the Civil War in 1865. Across the South, sharecropping evolved, in which landless black and white farmers worked land owned by others in return for a share of the profits. Some farmers rented the land and bore the production costs themselves.
And did you know that China and India are the two biggest cotton producers in the world? Also on the list: United States, Pakistan, Turkey, Australia, and Mexico.
And did you also know that slavery – yes slavery – is alive and well in the Middle East? Are you offended by THAT?
‘It’s nasty, it’s disgusting to me’: Angry woman abuses military veteran after he brought his PTSD dog inside restaurant
By Rod Ardehali | 19 Sep 2017
Shocking footage captures the moment a woman rages at a military veteran after he brought his PTSD dog inside restaurant.
Workers and diners queued up to defend the serviceman who remained silent during the unpleasant verbal onslaught.
Holding the lead, the veteran stands near his dog, which appears to be a Great Dane mix with an official military coat wrapped around its body. The animals help victims of serious injury or accident feel safe during potentially difficult social situations.
PIERS MORGAN: Trump was RIGHT about the bucket bomb suspect and I fear he’s also right about the risk of letting in poorly vetted refugees who repay Britain’s kindness with blind hate and bombings
By Piers Morgan | 18 Sept 2018
On March 22, jihadi Khalid Masood drove a car into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, before stabbing a policeman to death at the entrance to Parliament. Four other people died, 50 were wounded.
On May 22, jihadi Salman Abedi blew up a bomb outside the Manchester Arena as thousands left an Ariana Grande concert. Twenty-two people were killed, including many children. Another 250 were injured, many seriously.
On June 3, three jihadis – Khuram Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba – drove into pedestrians on London Bridge, before going on a stabbing rampage at nearby Borough Market. They killed eight people and wounded 40 others.
Now we have the Parsons Green train attack, for which two young suspected jihadis are currently in police custody.
In each case, ISIS claimed responsibility, proud of the senseless slaughter wrought in their name.
By Lloyd Marcus | 16 Sep 2017
I cringed when I heard fellow black conservatives whom I respect on TV saying that while they condemn the violent behavior of Antifa/Black Lives Matter some of their grievances against America are warranted. I wanted to scream at my TV, “Hogwash!”
These conservative blacks on TV are merely trying to create peace and civility by agreeing with some of the bogus accusations of racism dreamed up by Leftist intellectuals. They are also trying to prove they are not Uncle Toms. I think it is a huge mistake to pander to lies about America; acting as though very little has changed racially since the 1950s.
As a black person, I know the Black Code. It is the same as what Michael Corleone said to his brother Fredo, “Don’t ever take sides against the family. Ever!” Many blacks and Leftists believe to qualify as an authentic black American, one must harbor a deep-seated resentment against white America.
Watching black conservatives on TV saying Antifa/Black Lives Matter have some legit grievances regarding white privilege, I found myself scratching my head. For the life of me, I have no idea what millennial blacks who have never suffered a moment of “real” racism in their lives are so enraged about; whining, complaining, and destroying property.
By Jesse Lee Peterson | 18 Sep 2017
The more you give in to angry people, the worse they get.
Case in point: black protesters in St. Louis, Missouri.
Violent Black Lives Matter protesters clashed with police after ex-St. Louis cop Jason Stockley was acquitted of first-degree murder in the 2011 shooting death of drug dealer Anthony Lamar-Smith.
Smith was attempting to flee from police when he slammed his vehicle into a police cruiser and took off, causing a dangerous high-speed chase. Stockley, who is white, claimed he shot the suspect, who is black, in self-defense because he thought Smith was reaching for a gun.
According to St. Louis Circuit Judge Timothy Wilson, the prosecutors failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Officer Stockley did not act in self-defense.
Smith was out on parole
for convictions of drug distribution, theft and illegal gun possession at the time of the shooting.
But facts don’t matter to angry blacks. The acquittal of Stockley gave Black Lives Matter license to riot and assault police. What began as a protest march erupted with a wild mob tearing through downtown St. Louis and through the city’s affluent areas. Protesters said they wanted whites to feel the pain.
Protesters burned American flags, damaged police cruisers and destroyed businesses. At least 10 officers were assaulted with bricks and bottles; 23 suspects were arrested. The violence caused local businesses to cancel major venues. Protesters also temporarily shut down a major mall in St. Louis. They chanted, “You kill one of us, we kill your economy,” and they carried Black Lives Matters signs.