We are now heading north… Yesterday we stopped at the Flying J Truck Stop in Beaverdam, Ohio, where we were approached by Don Baker. He said he was involved with a new group called The Sons of Patrick Henry (circa the Revolutionary War). They are concerned their liberty is being incrementally infringed upon and they are mounting grassroots efforts to protest this. (It is a spirit somewhat akin to those involved with the “Tea Parties.”)… In Findlay, Ohio, we talked with Larry Cole who owns the Findlay Transmission Service Center. He described himself as a “born again Christian” who is tremendously alarmed by the rapidly declining morals in this country. He said he’s shocked with a lot of the programming on television these days. Cole, 69, said we would do well as a society to go back to watching wholesome family shows like Ponderosa. In an earlier campaign tour, I told The Review newspaper in Alliance, Ohio, that I’d like to see the country go back to the 1950s when the pace of life was slower, neighbors helped neighbors and downtowns were vibrant. Just think Norman Rockwell (and Pa, Adam, Haas, Little Joe…). Note: We are asking people to help more with the campaign. See two entries back.