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Shocking moment knife wielding attacker is thrown through the window of a moving bus by heroic passenger who was protecting a mother and child

By Keith Griffith For Dailymail.com
Published: 09:40 EDT, 14 June 2017 | Updated: 11:36 EDT, 14 June 2017

Hero Daron Clay of Kansas City

The shocking moment a knife attacker was thrown through the windshield of a moving bus has been caught on video.

Good Samaritan Daron Clay, 21, confronted the knife-wielding fiend who ran amok on a public bus in Kansas City on Saturday, suffering a non-fatal stab wound in the process.

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Where Are The Urban Missionaries?

From The Daily Rant
By RoseAnn Salanitri on August 28, 2013
(Note: The next lesson on The Light and the Glory will be posted on Friday. It will cover chapters 6 and 7)


Since the Zimmerman/Martin case, racist issues have become a regular part of the news. Bill O’Reilly has repeatedly used his soapbox to scream about the disintegration of marriage in the “black” communities and “black-on-black” crimes that don’t register on the radar screen; Sharpton and his carpetbaggers scream about how Zimmerman violated Trayvon’s civil rights; Obama tells us stories about how he had been looked upon with suspicion because of the color of his skin; Rev. Manning identifies Martin as a “thug”, the Attorney General looks for ways to prosecute Zimmerman; and I’m sure I’m missing a few highlights. You get the point. Much has been discussed and much has been written.

What has gone virtually unnoticed is that much of the problems that O’Reilly has discussed and the race-baiters try to either defend or sweep under the rug are problems that exist primarily within urban districts, which doesn’t make this a racial issue but an environment issue. O’Reilly would have you believe that all that needs to be done is tell woman to stop having babies out of wedlock. And I don’t have a clue as to what Sharpton suggests as a solution – if he has ever expressed any solution. Regardless, no one is addressing the real problem – the hopelessness and the victimization that exists within these enclaves.

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