On Feb. 24, I noticed in the comics section of the Indianapolis Star that they discontinued the Mallard Fillmore strip. The conservative Mallard strip was just across from the liberal Doonesbury strip. I thought these two created a balance between the liberal view and the conservative view. Now, with the elimination of the Mallard strip, this balance has been altered and who knows what will replace the Mallard strip.
But in thinking about this, one can view this action by the Indianapolis Star as just another step in the silencing of an extensive list of conservatives and conservative ideals. Could this one small action just be one of many used to eliminate the conservative narrative from reaching the people? Others already eliminated include Bill O’Reilly, Lou Dobbs, a local priest, and many, many others.
These actions, in my opinion, point to the slow but inevitable decline in the conservative American way of life. This growing liberal cancer will continue until it is too late or until the American people finally wake up to what is happening and start putting conservatives back in political office and change the direction in which this soon-to-be Marxist nation is headed.
Bill Dorsch, Carmel