Two of American Thinker’s 'senior readers' grieve for America’s future

Don and Jeanne Glass live in Arizona. They are in their mid-80s and are loyal readers of American Thinker. They wrote me years ago after reading one of my articles here; and we became great friends. They probably don’t fit the age demographic for the average, active conservative on the Internet.  It’s hard to believe how many articles they consume, how much information they share, often keeping me up-to-date on important political or current events.  Don writes the emails, but Jeanne is right there -- she is palpably looking over his shoulder, adding her comments, always encouraging and engaging.  They’re a team.  They like their privacy but it seems like there’s nothing I can’t share with them.  Now, I can’t imagine my life without them in it; even if it’s been mostly an Internet relationship that began with American Thinker. Don sent out an email the other day, and I wanted to share it with you.  They are...(Read Full Post)