There are so many other ways to bring awareness and fight for a cause without being disrespectful. 93-year-old WWII Vet, Ernie Andrus puts everyone to shame.

“Thank you sir, you are a ‘TRUE HERO.’ Mr. Ernie Audrus, you have all my respect!” — The Watchful Mom

 

(Shame on Time magazine!)

Speeds reach 60 mph during police chase through Warren neighborhoods  

A Warren man accused of leading police on a pursuit through residential neighborhoods Tuesday afternoon faces several criminal charges and traffic violations.

Source: Speeds reach 60 mph during police chase through Warren neighborhoods

  • 22-year-old was already wanted on two previous warrants
  • charged with carrying a concealed weapon (loaded 9mm handgun)
  • failure to comply with police orders
  • driving without a license
  • failing to use turn signals

“What if the 22-year-old killed an officer? What if the officer killed the 22-year-old? What if the 22-year-old killed an innocent bystander? ‘Good citizen bad citizen’ each individual must be held responsible for their own behavior. Parents must get more involved in their kid’s life. Kids must learn the difference between right and wrong. Parents and society must do better.” — The Watchful Mom

 

#OhioCrimes

The last five words of the National Anthem: “the home of the brave.” This dynamic youth choir is a heartwarming example of what “brave” is all about! Bravo kids! And thank you Choir Director for being a compassionate and respectable role model! Everyone stand and sing with the kids!

 

Thank you NFL star Ben Watson, #82 –Thank you very much for being a positive, respectable role model for the kids! A prayer for your recovery, and hope to see you on the field in 2017. United we shall fight for a moral society for our kids.

‘I Stand’: NFL star Ben Watson vows from hospital bed to honor National Anthem, According to Fox News Opinions, September 07, 2016

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“A compassionate, moral American value is to ALWAYS honor, respect and show gratitude to our fallen soldiers, wounded soldiers, veterans and to their friends and families. Their courage must never be forgotten. One way Americans show their gratitude to our “true heroes” is when united we stand and sing “The Star-Spangled Banner.”— The Watchful Mom

A compassionate, moral American value is to ALWAYS honor, respect and show gratitude to our fallen soldiers, wounded soldiers, veterans and to their friends and families. Their courage must never be forgotten. One way Americans show their gratitude to our “true heroes” is when united we stand and sing “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

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NFL players (and other athletes) please get your priorities straight. Moral values and The First Amendment must go hand in hand. Kids need positive, respectable role models. The Watchful Mom