Rarely do I watch award shows. After the twerking episode on MTV’s American Music Awards, I am even more leery of any part of pop-culture that is dominated by the left. However, I did tune in to watch the Oscars, and … Continue reading
Tonight, on Culture Vigilante, on Missouri Grassroots Radio, we heard how the police are militarizing against citizens. Thanks to Jackie Walker and Marc Messmer for enlightening us on all the issue related to this overreach of power.
Tomorrow, there is a hearing at 8:00 a.m. in room 4, in the … Continue reading
Can we officially conclude the establishment Republican Party has declared war on the Tea Party? Evidence is pointing that way, and Missouri Congressman, Blaine Leutkemeyer, is the latest to take a shot, not across the bow of, but directly into the hull of several Tea Party organizations.
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As the Obamacare Glitch-Gate unfolds, stories about all aspects of the failed socialized healthcare system saturate the media. And, as the debacle begins to touch the lives of Americans, in a personal way, the red flags are punctuated by the unfolding realities of the lies and … Continue reading
Parliamentary procedure may outline Congressional floor operation, but in politics, there is a difference between following protocol and following code. While some may find fault with Ted Cruz for going on a rogue filibuster to throw a wrench in the works … Continue reading
The results of Friday’s cloture vote has motivated conservatives, in Missouri, to turn to social media in an effort organize and remove Roy Blunt from office.
Just moments after the senate voted to end debate on the budget bill, … Continue reading
House Republican have thrown down the gauntlet, where Obamacare is concerned. They are calling on their Republican counterparts, in the senate, to vote no on cloture, today.
On Thursday, 21 House Republicans sent a letter to all 46 Republicans, in the senate, strongly urging them to vote no on cloture … Continue reading
As I was filtering through my Facebook feed, I noticed a posting from my good friend, Dr. Brian Ray, of the National Home Education Research Institute (NEHRI). I often share his posts because they always reflect the reality … Continue reading
Did you ever have one of “those” days, where you look at the world around you and wonder what in the heck happened to make the current turn of events spiral so absurdly out of control? I have been having that … Continue reading
The day after the veto session ended, in Jefferson City, Missourians, and some legislators, spent the day licking their wounds. Two of the most controversial bills, HB 436 andHB 253, vetoed by the governor, were not overturned … Continue reading