The one who has the bride is the bridegroom; the best man, who stands and listens for him, rejoices greatly at the bridegroom’s voice. So this joy of mine has been made complete. (Johhn 3:29)
Yesterday, January 9, 2019, was a watershed day for everyone who ever associated with the St. Louis Tea Party Coalition. Your own Dottie Bailey was sworn in as Representative of the 110th State House district of Eureka, Wildwood, and Pacific.
Read more →You know why. I’ve told you repeatedly. You have one job tomorrow if you live in Eureka, Wildwood, or Pacific.
One job. VOTE FOR DOTTIE BAILEY, STATE HOUSE 110.
To make the sniveling legalists happy, I am treasurer for Dottie Bailey for Missouri. Please tweet!
Read more →How will God answer our prayers to make America holy again?
For 17 days we’ve been praying, going to confession, going to mass as often as we can. Rosaries. Chaplet of St. Michael. Tomorrow, election day, our back-to-back novenas wrap up.
Fr. Heilman asked his Spiritual Warriors to do as many of these daily devotions as possible:
Pray in a State of Grace (Go to Confession)
Believe God will answer our prayers
Read more →Dottie Bailey defeated Rockwood School Board President Matt Doell in the Republican primary for Missouri House District 110. Dottie now faces Democrat Cody Kelley in November.
Dottie is a phenomenal campaigner. She knocked on over 4,000 doors between April and August. Her efforts resulted in an enormous 19 percentage-point win despite being outspent by her opponent. Making Dottie’s more impressive is the fact that Doell had been elected to the Rockwood board three times while this was Dottie’s first race ever.
Read more →You made it. If you began the Fast with me, today is the last day of skipping breakfast and lunch. (Unless you decide to makeone-meal-a-day a permanent habit.)
What Fasting Can Do Here’s what happened to you during the fast (if you followed the prescription):
You probably lost about five pounds.
Your pants feel looser.
You pull your belt a notch tighter.
You saved money. (I saved $98.
Read more →Personally, I like Jeff Roe, the political consultant.
He called me the night before Ted Cruz announced his run for president. I was honored, frankly. As Senator Cruz’s campaign manager, Mr. Roe had much bigger fish to fry that night. I’ve heard that Jeff holds no grudges. He genuinely cares about the opposing candidates even while he viciously destroys their careers. I have no doubt Mr. Roe has many great qualities as a person, and I know he has amazing talents as a political operative and strategist.
Read more →Everyone remembers the horrible audit of the Rockwood School District.
* $1.2 million wasted in double payments * Contracts awarded to a construction company that had one of its executives on the board * Feeble, "arrogant" response to the audit from board members * Bad management! But the worst example of cronyism and arrogance went largely unreported. (The great Elliott Davis caught it, though. Video to follow.)
Read more →One of the candidates running for the state House of Representatives in District 110 has been on the Rockwood School Board since 2011. In a campaign mailer, this candidate claims he’s cut taxes in the district. Is that true?
Well, it’s true that the property tax rate in Rockwood has been reduced twice during his tenure. But that’s not even close to the whole picture. Since the 2010-2011 school year, when this candidate joined the board, Rockwood has raised taxes 5 times.
Read more →Some people complain about politicians not representing their constituents well. I disagree. From what I’ve seen in my life, all politicians do a great job of representing their constituents. They really do.
If I’m right about politicians being 100% true to their constituents, then why are so many voters so unhappy with the people they voted for? It’s simple: the voters aren’t every politician’s constituents. That’s right. Not all politicians consider the people who vote for them constituents.
Read more →This is the most important documentary of the decade.
https://youtu.be/X_AyP9SAEJc What can you do? Start close to home.
Don’t tolerate intolerance. Don’t curb your tongue. And don’t elect
government. Missouri’s legislature needs every person with spine it find.
You don’t want a mouse in the House.
And Dottie Bailey has no places for safe spaces.
If you live in Wildwood, Eureka, or Pacific areas, vote for Dottie Bailey.
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