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Conservative principles spread when we see them in the culture. Dirty Unkuls are a band you need to get familiar with and we will play one of their latest releases "Face of the New Democracy". It will rock your socks off.
Paul Ellison, of Guerilla Radio-American Spring, checks in with updates on the Lagares family court saga, more developments in the Ellingson drowning case, and other corrupt developments in the Lake Ozark region.
With just a few weeks before the November elections we, of course, update you on the latest developments in the NO DIEHL deal. Grassroots conservatives are making a difference in Missouri. Tune in at 7PM/CST.
The Midwest is increasingly becoming a more attractive place to make movies. That's right! Another movie, about, filmed in, created by midwesterners opens the show, tonight. Ted Trent, creator of "Belleville the Movie," and co-stars Tim O'Leary and Cooper Shaw join us to tell about this movie premiering next week in Wherenberg Theaters, and another project on the not so distant horizon.
How does the current drug culture affect you, personally? Tonight, my good friend, Joe Richardson tells his story of how he was touched by the drug culture, how it changed his family, forever, and how it motivated him to fight back against it. Very powerful! You don't want to miss this.
Tom Martz, of the Locke & Smith Foundation gives us a quick rundown of what we can expect in the upcoming Missouri Veto Session.
We go live at 7PM/CST, but you can always listen to the podcast any time, so don't miss this show.
After a radio hiatus, WE'RE BACK. Cindy McGee joins me as Missouri Grassroots Radio begins another year with Culture Vigilante. Lots to discuss and we start with the marijuana legalization debate. Bill Hennessy, of the St. Louis Tea Party, advocates for it. Frieda Keogh, of Missouri Precinct Project, reintroduces her organization and updates us on the issues. Common Core, UN Watershed issues, Right to Work, and more. William Estrada of ParentalRights.org/HSLDA gives us an update on the German homeschooling family, the Wunderlichs, and what it means for educational freedom in the states. Tom Martz, of the Locke & Smith Foundation, reports on the yearly Locke & Smith awards and the Consent of the Governed Rally, in Jefferson City. Join us, and call in. 347-677-1835
There is a grassroots uprising, in Missouri, against the heir apparent GOP Speaker of the House. Missourians are sick and tired of having progressives march in lock-step with liberals. We are gonna examine every aspect of why it is time for folks to speak up and stop the progressive/liberal locomotive from running over conservative principles in the legislature. The folks from MO Leadership Project are here to outline the issues. Is this happening in your state too?
Tom Martz, of the Locke and Smith Foundation stops by to talk November ballot issues.
Join us at 7PM/CST
Tonight we reel it in, closer to home. Paul Ellison, of American Spring 2011 updates us on child trafficing, connecting the dots with Ferguson, and more.
We get an update on the St. Charles County Sheriff's initiative and Tom Martz, of the Locke & Smith Foundation, talks veto session and senate bills.
All that and some current events.
Overcoming corruption and oppression by the establishment takes action by you! Hear how one man has joined the fight against Common Core, and why. It should inspire you to action, too! Joe Tortorici talks strategy for pushing back.
The fight against the St. Louis city/county merger is in full force and has been for some time. And while you may think this only affects the the folks in St. Lou, guess again. Tony Pousosa, former St. Louis County Executive candidate outlines the issue, in detail, and connects the dots to Agenda 21. Yes, this does affect other municipalities across the country, as well.
Paul Ellison fills us in on another scandal in the Lake Ozark region.
Join us at 7PM/CST or listen to the podcast any time!
Tonight, we continue the discussion on the Bundy Ranch invasion and Justina Pelletier with Chris Agee of Western Journalism.
Common Core is a huge deal in the social engineering of our culture as well as a HUGE infringment on parental rights and privacy. Robin Eubanks joins us and discusses all things Common Core. You don't want to miss this, folks.
Paul Ellison of AmericanSpring2011 has more on the investigation of child trafficking in Missouri Schools. These are things you need to look for in your own schools. Join us at 7:00 pm/cst.
If you can't make it at 7:00 p.m., enjoy the podcast anytime.
We are back this week to give you the latest developments on the Ferguson shooting, rioting, looting, investigations, grand jury hearing, leftist politicalization, and on and on. We will be discussing this all night, so call in if you like. 347-677-1835
Martin Baker joins us to give us his perspective on the politics of racism, and Bill Hennessy, of STL TeaParty, organizes a buycott to help Ferguson business.
Believe it or not, there is other news going on, as well. We will touch on as much as 2 hours will allow. The beheading in the Middle East, and Rick Perry's indictment? Join the conversation.
Join us, Me and Cindy Mcgee, at 7PM/CST to get the latest on Ferguson.