Saturday, December 29, 2018

Watching Widmer

This is Nancy Cripe, Merle's daughter.  He has been away from blogging after he fell in October and has been slowly recovering.  He thinks he should have been up a bit quicker, and hasn't felt like blogging.

If you have any topics you would like him to address you can comment below and when he is feeling better he respond with his usual candor.

Since 2004 he has posted over 3,300 blogs which you can revisit and find in the upper left had corner "Search Bar"of any blog.

He might very well be the oldest living political blogger in the State of Illinois...maybe even the United States.  We would love to hear of any other 93 year old bloggers out there.

Thank you to my Cousin Norma P in New Mexico for her cards, calls and who also noticed the absence of blogs.  Norma your concern, care and interest is appreciated by Dad.

He hopes to be back in the blogger's chair soon.

Happy New Year to All!

Merle and Nancy

Monday, December 03, 2018

How a Smal Number of Radical Racists Negatively Impact Our Own and World Stature

And of course the left leaning media spreads it as gospel for this countries and other nations minorites believe the media. We are not a radical racist country but even blacks like our local Sherry Cannon tries to convince all she can that most whites are racists and all blacks are not.

We, as a nation, must understand that we have radical groups of all COLORS and always have had them in our presence.

We must combat them as best we can to help control the hate radicals instigate such as the those who created the racist Christmas tree.

Combat them WITHOUT creating more hateful thinking and acts. Who should lead? The media who instead often incites more hate without telling the 'rest of the story'.

And believe me there is a lot of factual stories that need telling. Will the situation change? I doubt it because of the number of left leaning journalists that are spewed from our Socialistic higher education systems.

Recovery Slow

Don't feel like blogging. I thank all of you that care for me.