Peacock at the St Louis Zoo calls for help after being locked out of the birdhouse…clearly he did not read the sign that says “Use Other Door Please”
Archive for May, 2011
Tags: birdhouse, Humor, locked out., Missouri, Peacock, St Louis, Zoo
Tags: administrative, Constitutional Rights, controversial, DESE, EDUCATION, Edwards, Fingerprinting, Kellison, Missouri, resignation, Rockwood, St Louis, Students, taxes, Violation
Once again, my theory has proven correct. Problematic Principal Dr. Tracy Edwards announced her resignation today at the year-end pep-rally at Kellison Elementary in Fenton, Missouri. Edwards is, as I predicted, taking up a rather cushy administrative position at Northwest.
As seen in the years past, Edwards has turned a blind-eye on her students and their parents, while striving for State and Federal Award titles as a boost to her career. With well-documented unresolved bullying issues in the school, combined with her absolute defiance to standing up for the students’ Constitutional Rights, such as fingerprinting without consent and her controversial “Run for Recess” program, one simply has to ask…how much more damage can she cause in an administrative roll, and how much more will it cost the taxpayers?
Even more disturbing, it seems her reign of horrors is rewarded by the DESE!
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Tags: 2011 Session, Firefighters, government, Labor, Missouri, Neal English, politicians, President Pro Tem, Right to Work, Rob Mayer, Senate, thugs, Unions
With two days left in the Missouri State Session, we still have nothing to show for Right to Work.
Why? You might ask? Seems that the Firefighter’s Union and their lynch-pin lobbyist Neal English have shaken down pro-Right-to-Work legislators, including President Pro Tem Rob Mayer.
Now, I like Senator Mayer. I’ve gone to bat for him on several occasions. He seems to like me too. . .but this late in the session, I’m not even confident even a phone call will be taken. I’d really like to address my concerns with him about not getting one labor issue passed during this last session. But Rand Paul took the words right out of my mouth:
Without any resolution this session on a single labor issue, it seems that the unions are gaining control of the GOP. Sad day.
I certainly hope Senator Mayer can muster up the courage to stand firm to everything he set his career upon this 2011 session, beat the thugs back and do justice for the State of Missouri. We can’t afford to lose anymore jobs. We can’t afford to lose any more opportunity. We can not afford to be run by blood-sucking unions. I will stand behind the Senator, should he take such a stand. . .after all, he’ll need the support in his run for Attorney General.
If you’re feeling antsy, go ahead and give him a call at (573) 751-3859.
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Planning on attending the Spring Conferences in Jefferson City next month? You will need a place to stay!
The St Louis Tea Party Coalition had reserved a block of rooms at the Fairfield Inn located at 3621 West Truman Boulevard · Jefferson City, Missouri 65109. The rooms are reserved under “St Louis Tea Party Coalition” at a negotiated rate of $79 per night. Simply click on the link above or call 1-573-761-0400 to make your reservations!
The St. Louis Tea Party Coalition has announced a two day spring conference event designed to determine the effectiveness of grassroots organizations on the State Legislature. Bill Hennessy, co-founder of the organization, explains “The Spring Conference will help us take account of our progress since the first tea parties of February 2009, and to determine measurable actions for the next 18 months.”
Hearings will be held from 9 am to 4:15 pm on Friday, June 10 2011 in Jefferson City. Committees will reconvene on Saturday, June 11, for committee work, report writing on the findings of the hearings, and a general address of overall findings. The conference will hear closing remarks by a panel of celebrity panelists at 4 pm Saturday, followed by an evening social.
A private banquet is planned for the evening of June 10th. Tickets for this event will be available next week. Mark your calendars!