Friday 20th October 2017

Tag Archives: Posey County



POSEY COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY

Maybe you have issues with the Democratic Party. I certainly do. But, right now, unless you want folks like Jim Tomes and Donald Trump to rule the world, it is time to support Democrats. We are headed toward a Fascist dictatorship in America, if Trump is not stopped. Human rights and Constitutional protections are taking a beating. It is no longer a distant threat. It is happening, right now,  as I type. And, it is far beyond being a joke. The Republicans under Trump are attacking democracy, civility, science, history, free speech, peace, voting rights, civil rights and everything else that makes America the wonderful nation it is. 

It is time to push back, or we lose it all. 

A big part of the problem is that good decent patriotic Americans (LIKE YOU) are often too polite or too timid to speak up and get involved. I exhort every good liberty loving American to find their courage, before it is too late. It is NOT necessary to arm yourself with a pitch fork and storm the bastille.  Just get involved. Show those around you, that you care.

The easiest, fastest and most effective way to stop Trump and the fascists is to support the Democratic Party. They are not perfect, but it is either them or the fascists. I choose the Democrats, without reserve, I hope you do too.

If you want to get on the Email list for the Posey County Democratic Party, send your name and Email address to <Ron@NewHarmonyWatch.com>,  and I will get the Posey County Democratic Chairperson to add your name to the monthly Donkey Bits Posey County Democratic Party email list. Or contact the County Chair Ed Adams directly at Email Address: adamsed85@yahoo.com  Phone Number: (812) 838-0035 or cell Cell Number: (812) 457-1183. Ed is a good man, a patriotic American and a good strong Democrat. He would love to hear from you.

Let's get together and try to save the country from Trump, starting at the bottom up, right here in good old Posey County. More later.

POSTED FROM NEW HARMONY INDIANA BY AN OLD SOLDIER

REDUX: A CLUE for THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY

Another try at providing a clue for the Democratic Party.

For weeks, I have tried to write a message containing a clue for the Democratic Party. This early morning, it came to me in a dream, that I had not yet tried brevity and simplicity. Let me give those a whack, if I am so capable. Here is my simple and brief message to the Democratic Party.

Hello, Democratic Party? I approach as a friend. Here BELOW is a clue for the Democratic Party! ………………

RON NESLER-NEWS-OPINION

TODAYS UPDATES SPONSORED BY A MOM'S TIPS

 

OTZI THE ICE MAN

NEW HARMONY FALL ART FESTIVAL SEPT 17th and 18th

I like People

NHW-RON-ThumbnailI like people. Not as much as I like dogs, but I like people pretty well. People are damn interesting. There is never a dull moment with people. People provide me new ideas to write about everyday, and some of them do it several times per day on average.

Consider this as an example, just last week one of the people I know woke me up at 7:00 AM on Father's Day with his noisey lawn mower. He has a lawn about the size of a postage stamp, but he mows it with the very best and noisiest of equipment, and he likes to mow it on Sunday mornings early, before I am even awake. Being it is such a tiny little lawn, it only takes him about 15 minutes to mow it, but that is just enough time and racket to get me irrepairably awake, long before I want to be. I have tried to discuss this early morning lawn mowing with this lawn mower enthusiast, but he has been a little difficult to have a conversation with.  People who know him will understand what I mean by that.

So, on Father's Day, when I was once again awakened by this mowing racket, I decided that I should ……………………….

Raccoons and Old Books

I am a huge reader, and all of my life I have faced the problem of what to do with old books. Old books are …………

Snowed in in New Harmony, Indiana

Today we received a computor generated call from the Posey County, Indiana County Commissioner's office, telling us that a state of emergency has been declared here in Posey County because………………

Such weather! (Pecans and Persimmons)

Who has ever seen weather so lovely as Sunday, 13 October 2013? It just simply put me in a good mood, in spite of all I know. Our family took a Sunday drive and enjoyed a couple of Sunday walks. We drove from New New Harmony to the Griffin and had breakfast at the good ol' Griffin Depot Diner. Then we made a brief tour of the Griffin Bottoms in Gibson County to observe the secretive fracking activity going on there………….

Boat Load of Knowledge to New Harmony

Boat Load of Knowledge to New Harmony

In the winter of 1825-1826 Robert Owen and Robert McClure brought a large keel boat loaded with scientists, teachers, philosophers, writers and other learned people from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to New Harmony, Indiana. They traveled from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, down the Ohio river to the mouth of the Wabash river, and then up the Wabash to New Harmony. It was arguably the largest gathering of learned people to ever assemble on a single boat.

Philadelphia’s loss was New Harmony’s gain,  and neither city has ever been the same, since.

Robert Owen called it the BOAT LOAD OF KNOWLEDGE.

SCIENTISTS, EDUCATORS, WRITERS, ARTISTS AND PROGRESSIVE THINKERS  who are connected to New Harmony, Indiana

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Brief History of New Harmony, Indiana

Brief History of New Harmony, Indiana

 

Here is a brief HISTORY of NEW HARMONY from our good friend WIKIPEDIA

 

posted by Ron Nesler from New Harmony, Indiana

Notorious Posey County Farmer

Notorious Posey County Farmer

 

Who is this notorious Posey County farmer in the center of this photo? And, why is he in Florida smoking a hand rolled Cuban cigar? And, is that a DOUBLE Espresso he is sipping?

 

Notorious Posey County Farmer

New Harmony Inn at New Harmony, Indiana

NEW HARMONY INN

 

Thinking of visiting New Harmony, Indiana? Think about the New Harmony Inn.

For FREE tourist advice on New Harmony, Indiana, call Ron Nesler at 812 682 3740. I am the editor of this web site, which is a non profit, volunteer effort. I do NOT own a business in New Harmony, I have nothing to sell, and my ONLY interest is in helping folks get the most possible enjoyment out of their visit to our wonderful little town.