Archive for September, 2011

St.Louis Scottish Games, Come and join Me this weekend, Sep.30 – Oct.1, 2011

Posted in Cool Beans on September 30, 2011 by spikestl

2011 Games
Sept. 30-Oct. 1
Forest Park
(near the tennis courts, South of the Missouri History Museum)–Festival

Friday, Sept. 30 – Gates open 5-10pm
Saturday, Oct. 1 – Gates open 8:30am-6:00pm

The games will feature athletic events such as the caber toss and weight toss; Celtic Music; Highland and country dancing; pipe and drum bands; cattle dog demonstrations; and vendors with products, crafts, food and beverages from the United Kingdom.

Numerous clans will provide information about the history of Scotland and assist those interested in exploring their Scottish roots.

Anti-Obama Signs In New Orleans… Freedom of Speech In New Orleans?

Posted in Brown Shirts, control, Liberty, politics, Racism on September 29, 2011 by spikestl

ManBearPig, Climategate: A conversation with author James Delingpole

Posted in control, Global Warming, socialism on September 27, 2011 by spikestl

New Black Panthers “Gird Your Loins”

Posted in Hate, Racism on September 17, 2011 by spikestl

Gird Your Loins, This Is War Against Capitalist Bloodsucker American: New Black Panther President Shabazz Tells Harlem Audience To Fight War Here At Home.

Peter Schiff on the Economy ~ ReasonTV

Posted in politics on September 17, 2011 by spikestl

This weeks Crowder

Posted in Crowder with tags , on September 15, 2011 by spikestl

PJTV’s ZoNation: Maxine Waters & the CBC New World Order

Posted in ZO on September 7, 2011 by spikestl

Congressman West with Bill O’Reilly

Posted in Racism, Tea Party on September 6, 2011 by spikestl

From my email, WEST’S WEEKLY WRAP-UP

Posted in My E-mail, politics on September 6, 2011 by spikestl

Dear Patriot,

Greetings to our constituents, fellow Floridians, and all Americans, it is time for my recap of the final week of the summer constituent work period. If you all have been following our weekly updates, you can easily determine this was not a “recess” for us. This final week has proven to truly set the stage for our return to Capitol Hill and get us back focused on rectifying the horrific economic situation in which we find our America.

Friday, we received the news that there was not one new net job created in the United States of America. In other words, we have stagnated the investment, innovation, and ingenuity of the entrepreneurial spirit that has made our nation a leader in free market and private sector growth.

Somehow in three short years, we have taken a bad situation and exacerbated it to epic proportions. It is not just the debt and deficits which have grown to astronomical proportions in these years, but now we face something which is a complete anathema to our principles- an attitude towards business which is completely anti-growth.

Previously, we have discussed the over-regulatory environment emanating from Washington and this Obama Administration. It has been evidenced in the nearly 600 new regulations issued in the month of July, with an estimated compliance cost of $10 billion.

We have heard enough about “investing” in green energy jobs. This is evidenced in a green energy company, Solyndra, praised a year ago by President Obama as a model green energy company in California, just announcing bankruptcy. Solyndra was a recipient of stimulus finding, one of the top 5 “green energy” companies.

We even have the Obama administration now attempting to “manage expectations” by hinting that unemployment may not be down below 9% within the year. The difference here is that we have a President who is unwilling to admit his economic policies have failed, and it is time to pivot in a completely different direction…a lesson he could learn from former President Bill Clinton.

Therefore, what is the purpose of the speech next week on the grand jobs plan which we have been waiting for with baited breath since the Big Black Bus tour? We have sat and counted the days and hours until the speech while the President relaxed in Martha’s Vineyard, truly a place representative of America.

What will be the purpose of this address, since the President wants all of Congress to sit attentively? Will we finally receive a written plan, or must we again seek to “score” or evaluate another speech? One thing that has already been declared is that after the speech on Thursday, the President will be heading back to the White House to begin working to resolve this situation. Actually, no, he will go back out on the campaign trail Friday.

The question is, will he take the taxpayer-funded private jet or the Big Black Bus?

It seems my colleagues in the Congressional Black Caucus have been reading Saul Alinsky’s book, Rules for Radicals, and are seeking to apply his Rule #13 tactic. This baseless attack upon the constitutional conservative grassroots movement called the TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party has reached a new low of unreasonable desperation.

What person would not agree with the principles of efficient and constitutional limited government, fiscal responsibility, national security, and free market/free enterprise? It appears Congresswomen Maxine Waters and Frederica Wilson along with Congressman Andre Carson do not.

Perhaps my colleagues, who were out this past month across America conducting “job fairs,” should closely examine failed economic, monetary, tax, and regulatory policies emanating from this current Obama Administration, rather than point fingers.

And oh, by the way, while the CBC was out conducting these “job fairs” the unemployment rate for black Americans rose from 15.9% to 16.7%.

That is why, as the only Conservative member of the CBC, I will meet with Chairman Cleaver to compare lessons learned on what small business owners, corporate leaders, and chambers of commerce members told me about revitalizing our economic and job growth. The objective solutions I was given from my constituents after visiting dozens of small businesses and their employees this month are far superior and results-oriented.

In conclusion, I wish you all had a wonderful Labor Day weekend and my thoughts, prayers, and condolences to those who have had to contend with the flooding in North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, and Vermont, as well as across the Gulf States of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama.

Steadfast and Loyal,


You can contact the Congressman Here

Roger Williams for Congress

Posted in Cool Beans on September 4, 2011 by spikestl

“While the President enjoys his vacation, I tried to talk some sense into his party’s leadership. As you can see in the video, I gave them tough love & tough talk about the importance of the free market – we need to put the liberal donkey days behind us.”

“I’m running to represent Texans in Congress because I believe that only someone with a small business background can confront President Obama and turn our economy around. For 39 years, I’ve practiced my conservatism in the marketplace as a business owner. We have enough politicians in Washington. We need a conservative businessman.”


Posted in control, Cool Beans, Global Warming, Health Control, Racism on September 2, 2011 by spikestl

Michigan Bar Owners Ban Lawmakers for Banning Smoking

Posted in Cool Beans on September 2, 2011 by spikestl