I don’t know about the rest of you out there in America, but I sure am growing a bit jaded and antsy over the course of the last few years.
No, it has very little to do with the actions being taken by our President. Sure, he’s bold and a bit brash, but having a non-politician in the White House may be one of the most refreshing feelings I’ve ever felt, politically. My concerns begin and end with the bizarre and often violent behavior of those who oppose him on a daily basis, and for no other reason than the fact that he is not Hillary Clinton.
These are the people that get my blood pressure raised and have me worried about the future of our nation. There is no civil discussion going on, and no freedom of speech to speak of. In fact, as evidenced by the cretinous behavior of the liberal population of UC Berkeley, the left seems hellbent on destroying the First Amendment altogether.
Of course, as all of this pressure mounts, we are still dealing with threats from Iran, a trade war, and Mexican drug cartels tearing up the countryside within earshot of young kids in Texas.
So, when a feel-good story comes along, we should cherish it. Such is the case in Colorado this week, as a group of children did the right thing, even when faced with the possibility of a big payday for lying.
While riding their bicycles, a group of Colorado children discovered a wallet with $700 by the road. But instead of keeping the cash, the kids were caught on camera returning it to its rightful owner.
“We found your wallet outside of your car, and we just thought we would give it back to you so … I’m going to put it over here so no one takes any money,” one of the children said when a doorbell camera prompted them to leave a message.The kids, from Aurora, placed the wallet near the house, out of shot of the camera, and scurried off with their bikes.The wallet belonged to Nigel Drake, and when his dad saw the doorbell footage, he posted it to social media in an attempt to find and thank the kids. It has since gone viral – raking in more than 2,000 shares and 125,000 views.