America’s WAR ON BOYS began decades ago down in the government indoctrination centers (erroneously called “schools”) and will ultimately cost us what we have come to call America and western civilization.
Once in awhile there is a heart warming story about a young man who epitomizes what good in the daily lives of people a man can do. Stories like this give me some hope that there are still some in the younger generation of men that know right from wrong and how to behave as a real man should.
This Story of a 19-Year-Old Dairy Queen Employee Standing Up For a Blind Man Will Touch Your Heart
Sep. 18, 2013 4:27pm Oliver Darcy
A Minnesota Dairy Queen has been swarmed with dozens of phone calls, hundreds of comments and an influx of business after a story about their 19-year-old managers courageous defense of a blind man went viral on Reddit.
Joey Prusak, who has been working at the popular fast-food restaurant for nearly five years, told TheBlaze Wednesday he was shocked and sickened by what he saw happen to a blind man at the hands of an elderly lady.
This Story of a 19 Year Old Dairy Queen Employee Standing Up For a Blind Man Will Touch Your Heart
Prusak said that last Tuesday, one of his frequent guests, a man who is blind, walked into the local Dairy Queen. When the blind man took out his wallet to pay, a $20 bill slipped out of his pocket. An elderly woman behind the blind man then quickly snatched the bill off the floor and put it into her purse.
Prusak took matters into his own hands....
And then we have this from the continued media war on heterosexual men as being bad and homosexual men should be the future.
Emotional video makes case for marriage equality in Illinois
CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -
The pressure is on lawmakers to pass a same sex marriage act in Illinois. Advocates released an emotional video Thursday, which they hope will help the cause and make the case for marriage equality.
“Illinois Can’t Wait” tells the story of Chicago couple Robert Smith and his partner Steven Rynes. They hoped to get married in the state where they fell in love and made their life. But tragically, Rynes passed away last week.