I was watching one of those conservative talk shows Saturday when the host was interviewing a guest. The host said he went to a gun store and it was packed. Packed with people I assume who are all of sudden afraid of the government now that President Barack Obama is in office. The host said he wanted to make sure he didn’t frighten people but he told them to be prepared because the GOVERNMENT could show up at your door and you should be ready to defend yourself. But then he said you shouldn’t use your gun. Is it that bad to those who are unhappy with the new President? What happen to the people who stood behind their country no matter what? I also saw a program a couple of weeks ago all these same kind of folk said they wanted to leave the country because President Obama was elected. What do you really think all of this is about? The Insite wants to hear your honest opinion. If you want to go anonymous on this one to get your true feelings out do and just about anything will be approved as a comment!
Network spokesman Louis Adams says Harvey died Saturday at his winter home in Phoenix, surrounded by family. No cause of death was immediately available.
Harvey never viewed himself as a newsman, even though some 18 million people tuned into his daily reports to hear his 15-minute take on the day’s events.
“I’m a professional parade watcher who can’t wait to get out of bed every morning and rush down to the teletypes to pan for gold,” he told CNN’s Larry King in 1988.
That he did with a vengeance since those teletype days in 1951, arriving at his Chicago studio in the pre-dawn hours to produce two news and commentary segments and his evening The Rest of the Story (written by his son, Paul) which were carried on some 1,100 radio stations and 400 Armed Forces Radio Network stations.
INDIANS DIDN’T RIDE BIG WHEELS!
The Insite forced Torrey ‘T-Dub’ Walker to share some of his childhood pics with the readers out there. Can you figure out which bad kid he is? I’ll give you a hint, Indians never traveled on Big Wheels!