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Category: American Exceptionalism

People help old couple from attacker (video)

April 24, 2014 | 1

A New York City bus passenger gets a lesson that was likely long overdue as he got his butt kicked. Check out the video here, but LANGUAGE WARNING.  What’s heartening to see is how the crowd responds when the old … Read More

Republicans: Be “Coke” or “Diet Coke”, but never “New Coke”

April 23, 2014 | 1

The biggest selling soft drink brand in the world is Coca-Cola. It’s not just the biggest (17% of market share, higher than Pepsi and Mountain Dew combined), but it is reportedly the most recognizable and one of the most valuable … Read More

Serena Williams the role model and the beach model

April 21, 2014 |

I don’t know Serena Williams’ politics, but I admire this young lady. First, her record in tennis is astounding and would make anybody proud. But it’s her other attributes that I admire even more.

In a time when the Left … Read More

The Earth at night shows the blessing of America

April 17, 2014 |

It’s easy to see where the “civilized” world is at night. What we take for granted isn’t how the world lives.

I remember one of my friends from the Congo coming to America for the first time. He called me … Read More

Boston Bombing Heroes

April 19, 2013 |

Naturally, the Boston Bombing was heartbreaking. Only sadness has come from the stories, pictures and videos we’ve seen.

What we haven’t seen too much of, however, are the heroes in this disaster. One good thing that sometimes appears in … Read More

Best Homecoming EVER!

March 29, 2013 |

Lori and Francis Pyle and their three children just welcomed three new family members into their home. From Africa to Kentucky; four years, several trips, thousands of miles and countless tears later, three orphans from Sierra Leone are now part of … Read More

Strangers Saving a Stranger

March 13, 2013 |

Thirteen year old Noah Brocklebank had scheduled his own suicide. After placing her son in a hospital for care, she then took his story public, in hopes that someone could possibly offer support.

What happened next is outstanding. Strangers, … Read More

World’s Best BFF

March 5, 2013 |

Ok, there’s no proof that he’s the best in the world…but he ranks pretty high!

Dylan Seigel raised more than thirty thousand dollars for Jonah Pournazarian, his friend who has a rare liver disorder. Unfortunately, this disorder has not yet … Read More

WW2 Vet’s Home Vandalized…Local Marines to the Rescue

January 23, 2013 | 4

93-year-old Albert Wood’s home was attacked. Returning from a Dr appointment, the war hero discovered that his home was robbed and badly damaged / vandalized.

Instantly, Marines came to help, thanks to a call from a local radio host.

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Local Doctor, Not Obamacare, Giving Free Care

January 8, 2013 | 1

 

Aijaz Ali Khowaja, a Doctor in Houston, is providing free health care. Not “free” like the new bill, but actual free.

This year, the good Doc expects to treat over 80 thousand patients. His services are all either … Read More

Man Gives $400,000 Home to Homeless Single Mother for One Year

January 3, 2013 | 5

Fifty One year old Tony Tolbert is now living with his mother. At fifty One, shouldn’t you be more established in life?

Not so fast…Tony loaned his home, worth almost half a million dollars, to a single mother and … Read More

Sandy Hook Survivors Have a New Best Friend

December 30, 2012 |

After the city of Newton was rocked with the now famous Sandy Hook Shootings, many residents have come forward as heroes. Today we focus on Gene Rosen.

Gene is now the newest friend of six surviving children in Newton, … Read More

“I do it to show peace and love in the world.”

December 26, 2012 |

Well, well…looks like there are still some good guys out there!

 

Julio Dones dressed up like Santa, created a Nativity, played Christmas carols and handed out gifts at a public housing complex in New Jersey.

 

Giving the “joy … Read More

The Ultimate Sacrifice. Unhyphenated.

December 20, 2012 |

In all the horrible news we’ve heard from the Sandy Hook massacre, let’s take a minute to bring attention to the teachers that exhibited American Exceptionalism. Victoria Lee Soto and Principle Dawn Hochsprung literally gave their lives protecting their students. Victoria … Read More

$5.00 Chistmas – Unbelievable Act of Kindness (Must See Video)

December 18, 2012 |

A Louisville, Kentucky man used social media to advertise his idea, of getting as many people as possible to donate $5.00, and give it to a random family that needed help for Christmas. The couple he surprises, very happily accepted, … Read More

Getting Pulled Over was a Blessing in Disguise?

December 15, 2012 | 1

A man who received a ticket for an expired registration, got a ticket…and the money to pay for it…from the officer that pulled him over.

 

When Hayden Carlo explained to the officer that he didn’t renew the stickers because feeding his … Read More

Man plans to Create “Family Portrait of Humanity.”

December 12, 2012 | 1

Pulitzer Prize winner, Paul Salopek, is planning a 7 year adventure, to show follow the trek of early humans, leaving Africa and spreading across the country.

Watch for Paul’s updates online, every 100 miles.

Read about his plans here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2245422/Writers-epic-seven-year-journey-covering-21-000-miles-retrace-path-migrating-ancestors.html

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Hurricane Sandy Makes it to Santa’s List?

December 10, 2012 |

This year, along with the normal requests being mailed to Santa, Hurricane Sandy’s victims are requesting help for Christmas.

Watch the video below to see how some every day people are volunteering in “Operation Santa,” and helping those struck by … Read More

One Selfless Donation Inspires Others

December 6, 2012 |

After watching his brother do the same, Rhode Island URI football player John Greenhalgh then also donated bone marrow. These donations go to strangers. People we don’t know, or judge, get the help they need.

John then inspired someone else. … Read More

Landlord Gives Rent Discount for Christmas

December 6, 2012 | 2

How nice! An LA landlord sent the following note to his tenants, giving them a price break on this month’s rent, in order to make Christmas more affordable. Each Tenant was instructed to deduct $70.00 from the December’s total.

The letter … Read More

Football Player Andre Johnson Spends $19,521.14 on…..

December 4, 2012 | 3

Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson just gave us another example of American exceptionalism. Taking with him children from the Child Protective Services system, he spent over nineteen thousand dollars on toys for them at Toys R Us.

Looks … Read More