Month: November 2011

Tea Party News

Get Tea Party Calls–For Free!

I hear about it all the time.  People are frustrated with me. With St. Louis Tea Party. They’re frustrated because they hear about our events after the events. That’s no good. We want people at the events. That’s what makes them events. What you asked for was some way to get a phone call about upcoming …

2012 Election

7 Questions for Candidate Forums

The quality of the answers you get in life depend on the quality of the questions you ask. Sometimes, though, when offered the chance to ask important questions, we ask questions about personal gain or immediate problems. That’s natural. Our brains are wired to prompt us with the urgent, immediate things in our lives. But …

Press, St. Louis City

What Do Post Dispatch Reporters and Penn State Have in Common?

Like the Penn State athletic department, most St. Louis news media covered up a sex crime in order to protect an organization they love. The St. Louis Post Dispatch, KTVI 2 and KPLR 11, and KSDK 5 each failed to report a sexual assault that took place at the illegal OccupySTL squatters’ village in Kiener …

2012 Election

How Weather in Thailand Could Change American Politics

Just over a decade ago, a little lightning in New Mexico upended the cell phone business. Nature, not government, picked winners and losers.  That storm determined the cell phone device race until another dynamo, the iPhone, came along and changed everything again. Now, weather in Thailand–and the tsunami in Japan–threaten to upend American politics in …

2012 Election, Latest

Why Can’t the Establishment Fix America’s Problems?

America has but one political party capable of winning races on a scale large enough to change government practices: the Republican Party. When the GOP takes Washington (or Jefferson City), things don’t seem to get better. Wonder why? Let’s take a little stroll down memory lane. “To secure the nomination, the Dewey forces spent money …