Archive for November, 2010

“This is why the People have Thrown You Out”

Posted in Brown Shirts, politics with tags , on November 30, 2010 by spikestl


Here is video of Republican Rep. Steve Buyer reading acting House Speaker (Dem Rep. Laura Richardson) the riot act over the power games she was playing by refusing to recognize him to speak even though there was no one else even there to object to him being recognized. As she continued to deny him the right to speak, Buyer even said to her, “This is why the American People have thrown you out of power.”

The best Christmas Song this year.

Posted in Amazing with tags , on November 30, 2010 by spikestl

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Thanks to Chris Loesch

The Sixth Annual Christmas In The Kitchen Concert

Posted in Cool Beans with tags , , , on November 27, 2010 by spikestl

click for big picture Christmas In The Kitchen

Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Showtime 7pm
Doors open at 6pm
with a silent auction and entertainment
The Sheldon Concert Hall
3648 Washington Blvd
Experience a special visit from Scottish Santa, and
everyone is invited on stage to partake of tea and
homemade cookies during the performance.
Bring a canned food item for a local food pantry.
• TICKETS: $10/$5 children (14 and under).
Bring an unwrapped toy for Scots for Tots
and receive a child’s admission for free.
or in person at Music Folk in Webster Groves;
Thistle and Clover in St. Charles and Florissant;
or at the door before the show.
General seating.

A History Lesson from LTC Allen West

Posted in politics, terrorism with tags on November 20, 2010 by spikestl

Boy Whose School Forced Him To Take Flag Off Bike Because Of Threats Gets Escort To School From Hundreds Of Bikers.

Posted in Cool Beans on November 15, 2010 by spikestl

It’s Never WRONG to be Patriotic.

St. Louis Veterans Day Parade, 11/06/2010

Posted in Cool Beans with tags , on November 6, 2010 by spikestl

Click on pics to see full size.


AKIN ALERT: End of Year Outlook

Posted in My E-mail on November 4, 2010 by spikestl

I am honored to have the opportunity to listen to your priorities as the 111th Congress closes and the 112th Congress prepares to assume the responsibilities of leadership.

For too long, members of Congress have put their personal agendas ahead of the Constitution they have sworn to uphold. Many have chosen to spend tax dollars without regard for the future. That must end.

In the 112th Congress, I will be a voice for serious reform in Washington. I believe that government must be smaller, more transparent and less expensive.

I am reminded of an illustration that free-market economist Milton Freidman used. He noted that there are four ways money can be spent: you can spend your own money on yourself, you can spend your own money on someone else, you can spend someone else’s money on yourself or you can spend someone else’s money on someone else. Clearly, we all spend most efficiently when we are in the first category. Congress fits in that last category – and because Congress is always spending someone else’s money on someone else, it rarely uses your tax dollars efficiently.

That’s why I always try to remember that I am voting to spend my own money – my tax dollars and those of my children as well as yours. It’s why I want you to hold me accountable for the way I spend your hard-earned money. And that’s why I want to make sure you keep as much of your money as possible.

Looking ahead, I fully expect that the Speaker of the House will call the 111th Congress back into session one more time. Should that occur, I will oppose any attempts to use a “lame duck” Congress to pass a legislative agenda that is out of step with the priorities of the American people. During the next Congress, which will begin in January, I look forward to pushing back the big government agenda of this administration and advancing simple, conservative solutions to the real problems Americans face.

You can be part of that process by sharing your top priorities with me. I always appreciate hearing from you.


W. Todd Akin

You can contact the Congressman Here

The Wisdom of Thomas Jefferson

Posted in Liberty on November 1, 2010 by spikestl