The St. Louis Tea Party did something remarkable in Ferguson – and you probably didn’t hear about it

We all know that actions speak louder than words. And when you consider the media bias and the narrative that has been created, that sentiment is especially true for conservatives and Tea Party members in this country. Last weekend, the St. Louis Tea Party did something truly remarkable that has, quite literally, changed the hearts and minds of dozens of shopkeepers in the violence-plagued Ferguson, Missouri.

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“I love what the St. Louis Tea Party did. If you are listening now, well done,” KFMB’s Mike Slater said on radio this morning. “Obviously Ferguson businesses were vandalized… So what did the Tea Party do? They sat on their couches and yelled at the television. No. They got together and decided to organize a ‘BUYcott.’”

In the aftermath of the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown on August 9, riots and violence plagued the streets of Ferguson resulting in the vandalism and looting of local businesses. In order to help these struggling businesses, the St. Louis Tea Party decided to organize a “BUYcott” on August 21.

TheBlaze reports:

The group spread the word of the “BUYcott” event on Facebook, hoping to get at least 20 people to show up and spend their hard-earned money at local Ferguson businesses on August 21. They apparently ended up with a group of about 40 “(mostly) white people” — and something amazing happened.

They reportedly targeted small businesses who “were hit hard by violence–violence committed (mostly) by out of town agitators, criminals, vandals, and hooligans.”

After the event, Tea Party member Bill Hennessy wrote about what he experienced that day. He said one business owner was particularly surprised to learn he was a member of the Tea Party, but that simple interaction that day very well may have changed the man’s mind.

“In that moment of reflection, I’m sure he was trying to reconcile ‘tea party’ with what he was seeing–four white people, ages 18 to 50, laughing, spending money, empathizing,” Hennessy wrote. “That moment made the whole event worthwhile.”
As Hennessey concluded, “you can’t change the world in your living room.”

“I said it’s essential to ‘win.’ What do you mean ‘win’? I mean a lot of things… [but] it means thinking outside the box,” Mike concluded. “I love what the St. Louis Tea Party did… Well done.”

  • Yo Mamma

    I haven’t been discouraged. I am not one looking for a handout.

    “God always provided’? huh? Sure about that sport?

    God doesn’t provide. God doesn’t love.
    YOU provide, YOU love

    Stop looking for handouts

    • Brent McBain

      Yo Mamma, are YOU sure about that? I can tell you for sure God is real. God works through people, so sure, YOU need to provide, but He, God, provides all things. He is faithful even when we are faithless. Nobody is suggesting that we make a wish and something will happen. Things happen when we respond to God’s call. How can you say God Doesn’t love, when you slap Him in the face each day, and instead of serving justice, He paid your penalty and gives you grace

      • Yo Mamma

        God Creator is no HE or HIM. This is your man god you love to love until your death bed, then strangely you stop eating pork.

        ” He paid your penalty”

        Think. My penalty. He was a judah common man trying to minister in the Land. That is an offense punishable by, you guessed it

        death

        Alas he wasn’t stoned, but he died in a public spectacle none the less.

        “He paid for HIS OWN penalty”

        A judah troublemaker, like david was, don’t have ministering powers given by God Creator.

        The 3 religions that confuse you. Their holy scriptures that define their religion and god/s
        From the oldest:
        Hebrews = Torah (literal interpretation)
        Christians = Torah(stolen) + prophets + writings + gospels
        Jews = Torah(stolen) + prophets + writings + talmud

        • oopso42

          Torah Genesis 2-2 “On the seventh
          day God finished the work that He had done.” From my Torah given to me by a Rabbi Goren. Are you a bearing false witness on gender? [Repeating yourself again cowboy]

          • Kevin

            No, no. He says Torah, but when you use Torah he tucks tail and runs.

          • oopso42

            I think he works off a script. He has some pat phrases and He never show’s his book to prove the difference.

          • Kevin

            Golly, no one will talk to us any more. Is it something we said?

          • oopso42

            Kevin, When you hit people with self-evident truth it tends to kill a discussion. What he doesn’t understand is he is proclaiming a weak unknowing god. Because an all knowing would know that his sacred word was going to be stolen and if he was all powerful he would prevent it. Unless his intent was to share it beyond the Levite line of Aaron so it wasn’t stolen it was given.

            We are so one dimensional Beings moving through life in a perceived 3-d bubble. If we were more perceptive we would observe God’s proof of His existence and understand His objectives

          • Kevin

            This isn’t quite what you are talking about, but it will do for now. :-)

            I Cor 13:12For
            now we see in a mirror dimly, but then face to face; now I know in
            part, but then I will know fully just as I also have been fully known.

            God bless. It’s been fun.

          • oopso42

            10″ but [when completeness comes, what is in part disappears]. 11 When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put the ways of childhood behind me. 12 For now we see only a reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known.” may this be of some help?

          • Kevin

            That helps. :-)

          • oopso42

            Good, do you understand where we are
            in Time reference his objective?

          • Kevin

            I have always understood v11 to mean that my spiritual immaturity was understandable when I was a new Christian. However, as I grow and mature in Christ I need to put immaturity behind me. I have always understood v12 to mean that in this lifetime I cannot fully comprehend God. In my next life, in Heaven, I will completely understand.

          • oopso42

            Yes ,that was true when Corinthians was given. Promises have been kept over the last two millennia of years and we are seeing things the lord said would happen. He tells us in Matthew that when we see this we are to read the books of Daniel and understand. Now subtract 333 from 2,300 if the number you get is a date that is important to world peace I
            will explain more?

          • Kevin

            1967. Is that a date that is important to world peace?

          • oopso42

            1967 six day war in Israel that returned Jerusalem back to them. A single point in History 2,300 years ago from the Battle of Issus in 333BC. The battle at which the King of Greece shattered the Horns of Persia another single point of history read Daniel 8. Islam and the left want Israel to return to those lines drawn by men.

            Kevin, check out what you have been shown? The Bible is the only book ever written that can do this. You have been shown a promise given and a promise kept over 2,000+ years by God. Are you beginning to understand where we are in time?

          • Kevin

            I had thought when you mentioned 1967 you had the 1967 war in mind. I read Daniel 8. And I read about the Battle of Issus. I am up to speed with you. Continue.
            PS – the link back to this article doesn’t seem to work well, but I am trying to keep the article open. You have my interest.

          • oopso42

            Yes, Kevin it is hard to find for posting so I am also on the Hamas thread. So why do we measure time in years and not days as written? The two single points of history are witnesses of wars. They are not biased by religion, as war is considered iniquity we are given a scale to measure iniquity in the books of Numbers 14:34 and Ezekiel 4:6. Now to show God’s constancy Ezekiel was to bear the sin of Israel for 390 years. History tells us that Israel fell in 722 BC to the Assyrians then Persians. If you subtract 390 years from 722 you will get 332 BC the year the King of Greece liberated Israel from Persia. Another promise given and kept?

          • Kevin

            That is some very interesting information. Question: is this leading to some relevance of time and the times starting in 1967?

          • oopso42

            Kevin,
            this started a long time ago before any of us were a conches thought in anybody’s mind but His. What you have been shown is how He has Sealed events in history so that we might see Him working with us that proves His existence. Consider the magnitude of what you have seen is the God of the Bible reaching across 3 millennia and 3 methods of measuring time [Lunar [BC], Julian and Gregorian [AD] in a straight line point to point. Only God can do that!

        • Kevin

          “He was a judah common man trying to minister in the Land. That is an offense punishable by, you guessed it death”
          “Alas he wasn’t stoned, but he died in a public spectacle none the less.”

          Funny, you have no problem here using the Gospels to advance your own arguments. Those very same Gospels say He was not guilty of any offense.

          Christ crucified is the fulfillment of this Prophecy in Torah.

          Genesis 3:14 The LORD God said to the serpent, “Because you have done this, Cursed are you more than all cattle, And more than every beast of the field; On your belly you will go, And dust you will eat All the days of your life; 15 And I will put enmity Between you and the woman, And between your seed and her seed; He shall bruise you on the head, And you shall bruise him on the heel.”

          Dude, your hatred and ill-will blind you to your own arguments.

        • Brent McBain

          Well, I’m not going to try to convince you in a couple of paragraphs. I have experienced God and do daily.The things you say about Jesus are not correct. Even the example you put up is totally laughable. The testimony of Jesus Christ is true and even provable in what I call the new testament. God is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow. So, yes, the God I serve was the God Abraham served, but Jesus was the fulfillment of the prophecies, signs in creation, etc. And today, I know Him and experience Him. So if you want to tell me He doesn’t exist, you will have to overcome a very strong piece of evidence…Him in my life. Hope you find the truth.

          • Yo Mamma

            “the fulfillment of the prophecies, signs in creation” I will give you an example of many where your man god didn’t fit the bill of a messenger….

            ” I will raise them up a prophet from among their brethren, like unto thee; and I will put My words in his mouth, and he shall speak unto them all that I shall command him. 18,19 And it shall come to pass, that whosoever will not hearken unto My words which he shall speak in My name, I will require it of him.”

            I will require it of him – This means that God Creator will force those the messenger has given the message of Literal Torah too, to convert, by force, its required.

            You have see no partnering with God Creator and mankind since about 3000 years ago. There has been no requiring to follow Torah. None – Thats a good sign to watch out for – A sign – Wow a sign

      • Robert Brownlee

        God hasn’t paid a penalty, he issues them. Yahweh paid the price for the sins of man. Yahweh and God are not one and the same. These backwards religions teach that but it is wrong. Read your Bible Yahweh himself said he had to rise to the Father. He is the son of God not God.

        • Kevin

          Jesus paid the penalty for our sins.

          Hebrews 9:15
          For this reason Christ is the mediator of a new covenant, that those who are called may receive the promised eternal inheritance–now that he has died as a ransom to set them free from the sins committed under the first covenant.

          Jesus claimed to be God.

          John 10:30 “I and the Father are one.”

          Jesus (the fulfillment of God’s Word) is God. He was not created by God. He and the Father are One. He was with God in the beginning. Nothing that was made was made without Him.

          John 1 New International Version (NIV)
          The Word Became Flesh

          1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 He was with God in the beginning. 3 Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made. 4 In him was life, and that life was the light of all mankind. 5 The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome[a] it.

          6 There was a man sent from God whose name was John. 7 He came as a witness to testify concerning that light, so that through him all might believe. 8 He himself was not the light; he came only as a witness to the light.

          9 The true light that gives light to everyone was coming into the world. 10 He was in the world, and though the world was made through him, the world did not recognize him. 11 He came to that which was his own, but his own did not receive him. 12 Yet to all who did receive him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God— 13 children born not of natural descent, nor of human decision or a husband’s will, but born of God.

          14 The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.

          15 (John testified
          concerning him. He cried out, saying, “This is the one I spoke about
          when I said, ‘He who comes after me has surpassed me because he was
          before me.’”) 16 Out of his fullness we have all received grace in place of grace already given. 17 For the law was given through Moses; grace and truth came through Jesus Christ. 18 No one has ever seen God, but the one and only Son, who is himself God and[b] is in closest relationship with the Father, has made him known.

        • Brent McBain

          John 1:1,2,13 “In the beginning was the Word and the Word was God, and the Word was with God….and the Word became flesh.” There are MANY proofs for Christ being God in the flesh Robert. Surely you could agree that only God is worthy of praise. Even the angel that was bowed down to by John told him to get up, for he can not be worshiped. NO ONE is worthy but God. To worship another would be a sin…and yet, Christ receives it. God commands and demands it. Not hard to understand that Jesus was the fleshly incarnation of God the father. “He was please to have His fullness in Him” God is perfectly just as well. So yes, He issues punishment, but has paid a price no one is able to in the death on the cross through Christ, who is God in the flesh. You don’t have to believe me, just the testimony of those who walked with him my friend.

        • Brent McBain

          additionally…Not sure what”backwards religion” you subscribe to, but I will note that ALL heresies have three things; 1. An extra source of authority (Book of Mormon, watchtower publications, Quran, EGW writings, Apocrypha) 2. An extra prophet/person of authority; (Joseph Smith, Watchtower society, Mohamed, Ellen G White, Pope) 3. Salvation through something other than or additional to Christ; (Works based usually) So it’s not hard to spot once you look. I trust the testimony of those who were with Christ along with how they perfectly line up with the writings of the prophets of God before Christ. Not to mention personal observance and experience. Just something extra to think about.

    • Marcia N Darrin Matz

      God does provide by your hand, God does love, and you love too. never discount the power of God, I can’t see you either, so that means you don’t exist…. right?

      • Yo Mamma

        You’re talkin about the followers of the man god, that don’t get circumcised, that eat pork and stole Torah. Yes, its all about love there unless you’re a pharisee. God Creator in Torah doesn’t mention a single time LOVE FOR MANKIND.

        On the flip, its MANKIND THAT MUST LOVE GOD CREATOR

        But for 2000+ years there is more hatred for God Creator than love “Those that hate Me”

    • olf

      Are you sure about that sport.

      • Yo Mamma

        Yes, very sure.

    • mattwm

      Small minds think small.

      • Yo Mamma

        Thats why the poor always end up with everything

    • Kevin

      You are back. The guy that SAYS he believes only the Torah (the Pentatuch, the first five books of the Bible) is God’s Word. And he SAYS believes only a Hebrew High Priest is allowed to look upon and read the Torah. He bellows that he will only address issues of god and the Bible if you use the Torah.

      But when you use the Torah he tucks tail and runs.

      Bear with me a moment:
      You people out there are certainly free to believe what you wish. I believe the Bible, Old and New Testament, is the inspired Word of God. It is historical documented fact substantiated far beyond any literature anywhere near that old, as to what the Bible says. I believe Jesus Christ is the Son of God that came here, taught us about God, taught us what the “Old Testament” really was about, and was a fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy concerning the Messiah. I believe He allowed Himself to take the punishment for all man’s sins and allow us to be reconciled to God and have a personal relationship with Him.

      Thank you for indulging me. With all that said, I do not know what exactly Yo Mamma’s deal in life is, but if you truly desire to know Jesus, know God, and know the Bible, I would recommend you take very, very, very cautiously anything this guy says.

      Have a good day.

    • Kevin

      Exodus 15:13 In your unfailing love you will lead the people you have redeemed.

      Exodus 20:4 “You shall not make for yourself an image in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below. 5 You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God, punishing the children for the sin of the parents to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me, 6 but showing love to a thousand generations of those who love me and keep my commandments.

      Exodus 34: 5 Then the Lord came down in the cloud and stood there with him and proclaimed his name, the Lord. 6 And he passed in front of Moses, proclaiming, “The Lord, the Lord, the compassionate and gracious God, slow to anger, abounding in love and faithfulness, 7 maintaining love to thousands, and forgiving wickedness, rebellion and sin. Yet he does not leave the guilty unpunished; he punishes the children and their children for the sin of the parents to the third and fourth generation.”

      Numbers 14: 18 ‘The Lord is slow to anger, abounding in love and forgiving sin and rebellion. Yet he does not leave the guilty unpunished; he punishes the children for the sin of the parents to the third and fourth generation.’ 19 In accordance with your great love, forgive the sin of these people, just as you have pardoned them from the time they left Egypt until now.”

      Deuteronomy 5: 8 “You shall not make for yourself an image in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below. 9 You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God, punishing the children for the sin of the parents to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me, 10 but showing love to a thousand generations of those who love me and keep my commandments.

    • Kevin

      I could continue, from Torah. There are many more examples. But I think I have made the point. To everyone else out there, I hope that God is glorified. I have tried to keep myself out of it and just use His Word. Best wishes.

    • Kevin

      Oh yes, I forgot to address the “God doesn’t provide” thing.

      M-A-N-N-A from Heaven. And it’s in the Torah. Go find one. Look it up.

      Where you been? Cat got your tongue? Or did you slink off to another article to agitate and slander God?

    • Kevin

      I’m sorry…Where you been – sport?

  • Chris Knight

    I offer my book “I’m a Bomb” free for the asking. It happens to start and end in St. Louis, and it’s about the decline of the West and turmoil in the Middle-east, all through a few days in the lives of two young women, Lilybet and Aisha. It’s metaphorical and dark at times but with a message of forgiveness and salvation. Email me at aep30@comcast.net and I’ll send a copy with the original cover artwork. Time is short, be safe, Christopher

  • Zafuto

    Wow. I was thinking people in the area should do this very thing. This good will backed up with positive action does more good than any politician or bureaucrat could ever do.

    • Jenny Martin

      I agree with you. But what I don’t understand is what did the shops/stores have to do with the shooting? Did they in mass shoot this person? The ones who caused the violence in the aftermath of the shooting are as much criminals or perhaps more so depending on the reason for the shooting. Looting and destruction on this scale is what automatic weapons are for!

      • S Searcy

        Of course they are! They don’t care at all about the boy. They were
        bussed in from other towns/cities to create chaos and not let an
        opportunity go to waste. Somehow these looters were “entitled” to
        merchandise they did not pay for and “entitled” to destroy businesses they did not build. THEY ARE CRIMINALS.

        How great that the local Tea Party did something to help the real community and demonstrate the heart of the organization. God bless them!

        • gator37

          Looters are criminals and should have been shot also. Seems the police and the shop owners exhibited great restraint.

    • Pachy Serrano

      This is a good move by the TP in St. Louis . . . I don’t like them tea party movement, but I know there are some good folks in it for the wrong reasons. Not their fault . . . . if you listening right-leaning crap everyday.
      Keep the good work fellas and gellas!!

      • John Gallion

        What you don’t like are the mass-media hyped propaganda version of the Tea Party…not the REAL Tea Party – the one I’ve been a part of since the days of Ron Paul who gave it it’s life. I’ve never met one racist or lackey for the Koch bros , etc in all my time as a member of the Tea Party. How sad that so many have a completely flawed view of who we are based upon very effective propaganda campaigns. Locked in your prison of official lies the truth is very hard to see. What these folks in SL did is what we all stand for. The average American who has a birthright of Freedom and will no longer be led by the nose by corporate fascists in Washington or the state capitals anymore. Freedom. Liberty. God-given Rights of every individual. Nothing more or less. If those things are considered “Right”, then so be it. I certainly consider them right! Take off those Donkey-Elephant Glasses! you’ll see the world unfiltered by lies. Thank god I did!

        • olf

          We know that the left media runs down everything of moral value, integrity, honesty, and love for the creator of the universe. Thank You Lord our God for all your provisions.

          • Chad3434

            Stick with the real God the one you and I know and you will come out on top every time.

        • Pachy Serrano

          I got u but it just kind of funny to me that the TP came out immediately after Obama got into the WH. However, GW and the GOP brought a financial mess to this nation and created TARP and there was no TP on sight, so for me it kind of shaky movement. Its like saying well . . . “it not the same to call the devil than seeing him coming”. Just saying . . .

          • olf

            You can move along now troll. Good Bye

          • Pachy Serrano

            Keep drinking your right-wing tea. That’s why u sound drunk! Adios pajarito!

          • olf

            God Bless your departing legion. Move on to your arid place.

          • Pam Dunn

            Hey go tell tu madre she is una puta and should have used birth control. Remind your sister of the same thing when she is out working.

          • madmemere

            Pachy-You say “GW and the GOP brought a financial mess to this nation and created TARP”, but you forget (conveniently) that the Congress was controlled by the commie/dimwit party from 2006 onward! THEY and they alone, are the ONES who created that “financial mess” and do you remember WHO the “new US Senator, from Illinois” was, at the time? Of course, SOBARKA himself, with the “viper jarrett” in his back pocket! And “they” were “organizing and leading the charge”!

          • John Gallion

            Not entirely true. While it wasn’t called theTea Party until the fall of 2008 (Obama was only a candidate) there was a “tea Party” in existence during the last years of the Bush administration. Problem was it wasn’t considered newsworthy by the establishment media. It wasn’t until the economic fiasco in 2008 started by Bush (and others) and made even worse by Obama that the organization got attention and started growing outside the bounds it had pre-Obama. Obama’s incompetence and criminal behavior only exacerbated things and gave made it grow. So, again, your knowledge of the facts is colored strongly by the fact that you get your information from official propaganda. Nothing shaky about it. While some politicians have tried to take it over to use as their own launching pad for political success, in large part, the REAL Tea Party is still highly independent of both parties and ambitious individuals. In my group we will not tolerate RINO Republicans or racists. Both are anathema to the principles by which the Tea Party was founded.

          • Janean Guy

            George Bush’s bailout is what fired me up and got me involved. Obama just came along and made things so much worse.

          • Brad Smith

            Pachy, the Tea Party was around before Obama was elected. It brought together a lot of people like me, who are “liberty minded conservatives.” What is a liberty minded conservative? Someone who believes in strict adherence to the Constitution, limited government, equality for everyone, and a free market. We’re folks who were stuck somewhere between the “good ol’ boy” RINOS and the somewhat whacked-out Libertarians. (Not that I think all Libertarians are whacked-out…) We’re tired of seeing the Constitution ignored and the people taxed to the point of breaking… of seeing our government spend our children’s future, strapping them with horrendous debt.

            It doesn’t matter if the person who is tearing up the Constitution has a D or an R by his name, we’re tired of it. We align with the Republicans (and in fact act a bit like Republican insurgents, trying to take over) because without us they don’t stand a chance… and without someone else, neither do we. They are more closely aligned (in principle, not always in action) with our values than the Statist/Socialist/Democrats across the aisle.

            And while the media plays up the “racist” name, a substantial number of our members, our leaders, and our elected representatives in government are in fact minorities.

          • Pam Dunn

            Nice try at changing the stories AFTER you got you rear end handed to you on the shooting. How does it feel to look into the mirror in the morning and see complete moron looking back at you that is your exact twin.

          • Chad3434

            What you can not or fail to understand is most Tea Party members are not high on the Bushes. We certainly are not high on the big bankers but we are also not high on a welfare state.

        • Christine Guinn

          Eh…Ron Paul did not give the Tea Party its life. It was a very organic, grass-roots movement that sprang up in the wake of on-air remarks by Rick Santelli from CNBC. Ron Paul supporters glommed-on to it, but they did not start it.

          • John Gallion

            While Santelli gave it it’s name, he did not create it. It already existed as a part of a growing Ron Paul-based liberty movement dedicated to reversing the growing power of the federal government even under Bush & Co. During the fall of 2008 when the elites in both parties crashed the economy and then proceeded to save Wall Street, the Tea Party started growing. By the time Obama had arrived and continued the Wall Street saving policies of the Bush White House it was obvious that the new boss was same as the old boss and the Tea Party took off. By the fall of 2009 it was going gangbusters! Then the establishment propagandists got a hold of it and began to attempt to slander it and formulate lies that it was made up of angry white racist males with guns. What a crock of BS!!! In my area we had as many women as men and even some Asians and blacks and few Latinos! But did the media ever mention them or show them at a protest? HELL NO!…because it varied from the official propaganda narrative.
            Americans have got to stop watching the establishment media. It’s nothing more than the Great and Powerful Oz; a hoax designed to formulate mass opinion using fear and lies. There is no truth to be found there…only spin.

        • Pachy Serrano

          By the way, I like Rand Paul and he’s doing something other conservatives are not doing . . . reaching out to Latinos, blacks, and other minorities. He’s smart ’cause he knows that talking like raw like many TP leaders out there won’t win you a general elections. TPs can talk all they want, but the numbers don’t lie.

          • olf

            Tea Party is not racist. All is welcome if your honest and want to be a real American.

          • Pachy Serrano

            What u mean by “real American’? Interesting . . .

          • Oldshooter

            I’ll address that one. As a staunch TEA Party guy, I consider a “Real American” to be one who believes in, and supports, the Constitution, and the political philosophy espoused by the founding fathers. Which is, in a nutshell, that the most important and fundamental functions of the government, are safeguarding the liberty of the individual American citizen, and protecting the nation’s integrity from foreign attack/incursion. That means that the “good of the society” NEVER outweighs the freedom of the individual citizen, hence the “Real American’s” antipathy to Socialism/Communism in all its various permutations and forms. (S)He is one who believes that all politicians, military, law enforcement, and others who have sworn to “support and defend” the Constitution should honor their oaths and do so, regardless of the personal political or social cost. THAT is the concept of Integrity.
            The TEA Party (this is a little contentious because of the many different strands of the amorphous group) typically stands for:
            1) small and limited government (so it cannot easily encroach on individual liberties, and will require minimal taxation to meet its valid objectives),
            2) fiscal responsibility (which generally means the government should live within the confines of a balanced budget),
            3) a “Free Market” economy that respects private property rights (without which it is essentially impossible for the citizens to advance themselves financially or socially), and
            4) the equal treatment under the law, of all (regardless of individual differences in gender, sexual preference, religious belief, race/ethnicity, level of wealth or education, or other individual preferences or differences), and the minimal possible interference with the citizenry’s individual lives and activities (this means minimal federal regulation of our businesses, public, and private activities).
            In a nutshell, we believe that “Real Americans” typically can, and will, take care of ourselves and our neighbors without any interference (even if it is couched in terms of “Help”) from the federal government.
            I personally think that, if someone was born in the USA and is legally a citizen, but thinks like a Norwegian, in terms of political philosophy, then that person is basically a displaced Norwegian, not a “Real American.” I think America is not just a place, but a belief system, a grand idea, born into the world with the development of our Declaration of Independence and Constitution, and people who don’t believe in that idea, wherever they may be born or live, aren’t “Real Americans.” By the same token, people, even if they are born and perhaps still live, elsewhere, who DO believe in, and support, that grand idea are “Real Americans” who just haven’t made it to our shores yet.

          • olf

            Thank You God Bless you !

          • gadgetcoder

            Well said, shooter…

          • Chad3434

            Amen brother.

          • Watch it

            Excellent.

          • NoMoreMarxistsInDC

            A real American is someone who strives for betterment in his/her life and to improve their lives for their children, which in turn improves their country. Not like the entitlement deadbeat illegals from Central and South America and the Mid-East.

          • olf

            People are honest folks and want to be a part of a civil society of law and order, together, combined, of one accord, love the neighbor and work side by side. Not evil crooks, liars, and thieves. “That kind of Real Americans”

          • Kevin Sprague

            Would You define Evil Crooks as those You know, or those You prefer Not to know? Not all People are honest Folks! Not All People prefer a Civil society! I live 60 Miles from a major City! I prefer My privacy! My Idea of a civil society is to Stay The Hell away from Me!

          • olf

            If you are of one principle Spirit. Evil, those you prefer not to have around or lead our affairs.

          • Hoot Gibson

            You like Rand because he took up for that fat dead criminal punk in Ferguson, and for no other reason, deal with it.

          • Pachy Serrano

            Yep. An 18 year old unarmed that stole a box of cigars worth $49, walk down the street with an attitude, talk back at a police officer and got shoot 6 times out of 9 bullets by an ass grown man that could not handle some friction with a teenager and left on the middle of the street like he was “garbage” and then he got all the blame by conservative media . . . Very brave of you creep!!

          • yourpaled

            You seem to have all the facts about the incident cut and dry. Unfortunately, other witnesses have a recollection of more details than you, like the innocent boy stood there with his hands up and was shot dead.

          • olf

            The racist troll is back ?

          • Chad3434

            Yes shot in the top of the head. Read my other post. Have you even taken the time to look at the report as to where he was shot? The police officer had the bone broken around his eye. Now it takes a heck of a punch to break that bone.

          • NoMoreMarxistsInDC

            Newsflash!!!!! The 18-year old juvenile’s record has been exposed. He has a rapsheet of violent crime, including involvement in a 2nd degree murder, before he turned 18.

            Criminal Record for the 1 year Michael Brown had been an adult:

            Description: Burglary 1st Degree { Felony B RSMo: 569.160 }
            Date: 11/02/2013 Code: 1401000

            OCN:
            AJ006207 Arresting Agency: ST ANN PD

            Description: Armed Criminal Action {
            Felony Unclassified RSMo: 571.015 }
            Date: 11/02/2013 Code:
            3101000

            OCN: AJ006207 Arresting Agency: ST ANN
            PD

            Description: Assault 1st Degree “
            Serious Physical Injury { Felony A RSMo: 565.050 }
            Date:
            11/02/2013 Code: 1301100

            OCN: AJ006207 Arresting
            Agency: ST ANN PDDescription: Armed Criminal Action { Felony Unclassified
            RSMo: 571.015 }
            Date: 11/02/2013 Code: 3101000

          • Oldshooter

            Pachy, you might want to consider a couple of things in this case that you seem unclear on:
            1) a 6′ 4″ adult who weights almost 300 pounds can only be considered “unarmed” if he is facing another similar sized individual. Mr. Brown greatly outweighed, and had at least a couple of inches reach on, the cop who shot him. Anyone the same size as that cop would have been justified in shooting him in self-defense, if attacked by Mr. Brown. So the “unarmed” part is a red herring here.
            2) The part about “leaving him in the middle of the street like garbage,” is also pretty disingenuous of you. It was Mr. Brown who chose to walk down the middle of the street, he was shot where he allegedly attacked/threatened the cop. He was left where he fell (like garbage? really?) because it was necessary not to contaminate the scene, so the forensic specialists could gather clean evidence. The exact same thing would have been done with the cop’s body if HE had been the one killed (and I assume you know that unless you never watch the news on TV).
            3) The autopsy report clearly found that the cop shot him exactly the number of times it took to stop him, and this is actually less than the usual number of shots fired in close range shootings between police and suspects. The first 4 shots to the arm and shoulder would have been (and in fact, were) ineffective in stopping an attack at that range and on that size person. What would you suggest? Perhaps the cop should have stopped shooting after the first 1 or 2 shots and let Mr. Brown complete his attack?
            4) The “ass grown man” was a cop. He is not ALLOWED to permit Mr. Brown, whom he knew had just committed at least one violent felony (assault and battery on a police officer, and he MAY have known about the just completed strong arm robbery too, this is still unclear) to leave the scene, as you or I might do. A cop is require by law, by his oath, his department policy etc. to a least try his best, to apprehend Mr. Brown at that point. He has no recourse to “handle the friction” in some other manner.
            Am I taking the officer’s side here? No, not really. I admit we don’t yet know enough about what occurred. NONE of the evidence yet presented (and I am discounting the erroneous story told by Mr. Brown’s companion, since he was proven wrong by the autopsy, and is a known liar, hence an unreliable witness, even having done jail time for lying to the police before), NONE of the other evidence demonstrates that the cop was not confronting an angry attack by a much larger, previously known to be violent, person. If the story partially put out by the police and the cop’s friend, about the officer having been badly beaten, (broken eye socket, etc. ) is true, then it looks like the cop was quite justified in his actions. I’m not taking his story at face value, but I’m not willing to ignore it yet either. It appears that the media (and perhaps you as well) have been willing to discount it out of hand, yet are willing to believe the story of the accomplice in his robbery, who obviously lied about, at least some, of his story. If the part about Mr. Brown being shot in the back is false, why believe the part about his holding up his hands and trying to surrender? When a witness sees someone moving towards a police officer, who is holding a gun on him, why do you take that as evidence he was surrendering? It is certainly common practice for the police to tell the person to “stop,” (or “Freeze” ad the cop’s friend says he did) or “get on the ground,” or something along those lines. It is certainly uncommon for a suspect being held at gunpoint, to approach the cop, with hands up, down, at his sides, or wherever, and especially if the cop has told (or is telling) you to stop. While a witness may have seen him approaching the cop with his hands up, no one was able to hear the dialogue, and there is a world of difference between advancing while saying, “What did you say officer? I’m sorry, I give up.” Or “So what are you gonna’ do (expletive), shoot me?”

          • Dee1889

            Thank you for articulating exactly what I’ve been thinking about the incident. There is no excuse for the mob reaction and the subsequent interference of everyone of color from Obama on down to the despicable Sharpton and various dim-witted celebrities. Until and unless the black community gets a grip on the realities of the disproportionate violence in their own culture, these incidents will continue to provide fuel for the corrupt leaders and politicians of color who use these communities for their disgusting race-baiting and self-promotion. These “leaders” are willing to sacrifice their own culture to further their own personal agendas and ignore the true needs of these communities – education, economic opportunity, and sustaining of family values. The more ignorance and chaos they can create within their own culture, the more certainly they can maintain their “leadership” roles. I feel, at the same time, empathy and disgust for this community and the way they reacted and believed what they were told. At some point, the black community needs to take responsibility and accountability for itself. I’m afraid that even when told the truth, this community will continue to wallow in the lies and half-truths these leaders have concocted. We will never see Sharpton & the others ever return to Ferguson with the truth!

          • olf

            We serve a God of law and justice. Lets pray the justice system is honest and true and not rigged.

          • Watch it

            Very well said.

          • Pam Dunn

            Do you even KNOW how to read you ignorant leftist pig?
            He Punched the cop in the eye and then came back to attack again—–The rule is, SHOOT until the threat STOPS.
            Quit reading the left winger propaganda rags and watching the left wing propaganda news that CANT tell the truth and that will manufacture and distort a story to stir up racist attacks by the Blacks.

          • Chief741A

            Why can’t we vote this idiot (Serrano) down?

          • olf

            Your racist and a bigot aren’t you.

          • Chad3434

            They said Brown had his hands in the air. Then tell me this how did he get shot in the TOP of the head. Did the police officer climb on top of a step ladder so he could shoot him in the top of the head? I don’t think so. I don’t know all the facts nor do you so lets just leave it there until all the facts come in. To say Brown did not in some way bring this on himself is crazy.

          • Watch it

            You forgot the part where he attacked the cop and tried to take his gun….

          • John Gallion

            I agree about Rand Paul. He’s savy but he’s also principled. Freedom is not a race issue. It’s an American issue. Rand Paul (and many in the Tea Party) know this even though the establishment media likes to color us as crazed white males with guns). Rand Paul has a problem with the Libertarian purists who think he’s a sell-out and with RINO GOP’ers who are secret socialist-globalists passing themselves off as conservatives. Which is why he has the ire of so many on the “right” and scares the hell out of the Left. Rand Paul is essentially a polished version of his dad. Nothing scares the elites more than a principled, polished, savvy, constitutionalist that they can’t compromise with power!!!

          • olf

            Amen ! Thank You !

          • Pam Dunn

            More ignorance from the lie spewing leftist troll with a head full of Donkey Dung and nothing else.

          • Chad3434

            Well at lest you got some of it right. I was a huge Ron Paul supporter in 2012. In fact I was a Delegate to the RNC. I watched as the Republican Party along with crying Boehner did the crooked rule changes which pushed out any future grass roots movements. We no longer need a third party we now need a second party.

        • Chad3434

          You are absolutely correct in what you say. The left should ask the real Tea Party what it thinks about the Federal Reserve, the big bankers and the list goes on.

      • Paul

        This is what bias looks like, this damning with faint praise. If they do something admirable, that doesn’t really reflect on them and doesn’t effect your bias. Actually, it sounds a little patronizing and superior.
        Paul

      • Janean Guy

        Good folks in it for the wrong reasons? Those good people are in it to make changes. They want smaller (much smaller) government, less taxation and government spending, free enterprise, aherence to the Constitution. What’s wrong about these? They are for individual rights, not legislation for the collective; they would like to see job creation be allowed to happen, for capitalism to flourish; they are for LIFE, LIBERTY, and the PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS. Where’s the argument with this? And all of the tea party people that I’ve been with are “good” people, very accepting of all people regardless of religion, race, sexual preference, financial, social, or educational status. Anything here to argue with?

        • olf

          God Bless our people seeking Him and His righteousness.
          Matthew 6:33

        • Chad3434

          That is the Tea Party for sure but it interferes with big government and will be bashed at all turns. Everything the Tea Party stands for is right. I will belong to the Tea Party when I leave this world.

      • billy k.

        Pachy, what are your reasons for not liking the Tea Party movement? Just curious.

        • Pachy Serrano

          I’ll tell u later . . . brother. My time is over gotta run. Family time. Enjoy your wknd!!

          • Pam Dunn

            What they want you down at the GAY bath house to serve?

          • Chad3434

            Don’t mean to get you upset but I think it would be nice if you would tone it down a wee bit. No way you will ever win anyone over with the attitude you have and the language you use. Just saying>

        • Janean Guy

          I t hink hat PAchy jjust has fun sirring things up. Don’t know if he even has any true convictions.

      • NoMoreMarxistsInDC

        Just like there are good folks in the Black Panther Party? Not. If the Black Panther Party was in Central America, they’d be a gang or cartel.

      • Pam Dunn

        Does your mother know that she raised such an ignorant load of donkey dung? Bet she regrets NOT having gone to Planned Parenthood late in her pregnancy, BUT then idiocy is hard to detect in the womb.

      • gadgetcoder

        You really ARE a moron. The Tea Party’s purpose is to RE-INSTILL the ORIGINAL ideals of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. To RESTORE “self government” instead of the overlordship we are slowly being forced into. Little by little we are becoming communist/marxist pawns, and Obama want s to use that slide to introduce his Muslim friends into our government. SEVEN of his top advisors are Muslim Brotherhood members as it is. His Chief advisor, Valerie Jarrett is also, though she hides it quite well. But you keep on wearing your pink glasses.

      • Chad3434

        Less government, protect the Constitution, get out of debt, balance the budget. How can those things be the wrong reason? The left on the other hand want’s a welfare state, spread the wealth. Obama has out spent all other presidents combined. He and the left want full government control. How can these things be good for our country?

      • Kevin

        You sure have changed your tune from the crap you posted below. But you are still a hysterical fanatic. Grow up. Engage with ideas and civil discussions. Instead, you have to paint people as evil because you cannot engage in the arena of ideas and open discussion. Grow up.

        Like I said below, it’s like dealing with infants. You don’t get your way and you have a freaking temper tantrum.

  • underthewire

    Wow……………now why didn’t the Black Panthers think of that?

    • Pachy Serrano

      Because, the new BP party is not the same party of the 1960s and 1970s. Do you even know why and how the BP movement started? Google it and you will learn something important and part of our American history . . . Fight for your rights!!

      • Kevin

        Um…so what? If “the new BP party is not the same party of the 1960s and 1970s,” why waste time researching the old one?

        • JoeThePimpernel

          Why bother knowing anything about anything?

          • Kevin

            C-o-n-t-e-x-t.

          • Gordon Brown

            That’s right. Sit on your couch and watch the Simpson.

          • olf

            Bye

          • Pam Dunn

            Why Bother finding out that BOTH BP’s are and were racist thugs.

        • Pachy Serrano

          That’s why u stay ignorant at best . . . no interest to learn the other side of aisle. Next!

          • Kevin

            But you said yourself, the old BP is not the other side of the aisle. So what in the world does it have to do with the…actual…current…discussion…?

            Or maybe I could just randomly type, kittens are cute, and expect everyone to accept that it is a relevant comment?

            Next.

          • Rickintheforest

            No, Pachy. No “next”. You are simply dismissed. We have heard enogh of your blather. Anyone who separates discussions into sides of an aisle is not worth notice.

          • YPYHBD

            I’m old enough to know both sides of the aisle quite well. It’s only within the past two decades or so that everytime I walk over to the left side of the aisle, I come back smelling like crap and need to take a shower.

          • olf

            Smells familiar, when ohb is on TV.

          • gadgetcoder

            Me too, I remember JFK, and changes that took place after LBJ took over as President. What a clusterf**k his administration was. LBJ and his New Society (welfare, food stamps, etc.) programs are the DIRECT reason social Security is broke. It used to be that people (even Blacks) were ashamed to need these things, now they DEMAND them. But Obama is the king daddy of all spenders, especially when it increases the debt…HBO is a walking bloody disaster…

          • Chad3434

            Remember when LBJ found out that we had all that money in SS and he said I know what we can do with it, we will dish it out to HEW. Now SS is flat broke. If he had left it along which is what he was suppose to do then it would now be funding it’s self.

          • Watch it

            Essentially, BHO is a sugar daddy.

          • Pam Dunn

            The only “IGNORANT” are left winger trolls like you with a head full of Donkey Dung.

          • Chief741A

            I learned all I need to know about the Black Panthers first hand back in the 1960’s. Yes, I’m old enough to remember the OLD Black Panters, and they DEFINED Black Racism “back in the day”.

            The “new” Panthers look to be worse than the original.

            That’s not ignorance, that’s experience, Serrano.

        • speedeesam

          Pacific Serrano, What year did the BP Party begin? What does BP stand for? Thank You.

      • Hoot Gibson

        What a Lying Tool….those Racist Pigs are just as useless in the 2000s as they were back in the day….

        • Pachy Serrano

          I say that about current KKK leaning TP groups, but I don’t sweat . . . . they represent a minority of loons.

          • Kevin

            Except the Tea Party does not have any connection to the KKK. The Democrat Party has extensive connection with the KKK. Not the Tea Party.

            There you go with more random comments.

            Butterflies are pretty.

            Just as relevant a comment as yours.

          • gadgetcoder

            No, it was – butterflies ARE pretty. What Pachy said was FALSE.

          • Kevin

            I highly suspect 99% of what Pachy says is false. My question is, how much of it does he actually believe. He can’t be THAT stupid.

          • Pam Dunn

            Nice try at a SMEAR you ignorant leftist troll.

          • rob

            well just maybe we need to reconstruct kkk apparently the were on the rigt track about blacks look at there cultuure there neighborhoods there lazy the want someone else to take care of them the want no responsibility just handout look at there country were they come from s–thole of the world

          • olf

            Go away legion. liar !!

          • olf

            Go away Liar !!

          • nothingnobleaboutit

            The KKK was created by the Democratic Party (Google it). There were no bigger racists than Al Gore Sr., George Wallace and Robert Byrd. They and many other Dems fillibustered the Civil Rights Acts of the 1960’s.

        • Shane

          True the new BP are racists, anti-Semites and black Supremacists, just like the Nation of Islam.

          • jim

            TP wishful thinking

          • Kevin

            Funny you would call that TP wishful thinking. I have long contended the Left hysterically criticizes for exactly what the Left is most guilty of.

            Your suggestion that this depicts the TP is exactly wishful thinking. And hysterical, deluded, lies. Grow up. Have a civil discussion. Engage with thoughts and ideas. Understand that just because someone has different political beliefs they are not automatically racist and bigots.

            It’s like arguing with infants dealing with you people.

          • jim

            Going by the nature of most of the comments on this forum it is not difficult to come to the conclusion that most of its denizens are xenophobic -some even voicing outright calls for the committing of genocide upon a large mass of humanity-
            It is mostly fueled by self serving Zealots ,pundits etc offering a diatribe of unsubstantiated and unfounded allegations designed to play on the paranoia,prejudice , hatred and fear of particular creed or ethnic groups of the uniformed and/or naive!

          • Kevin

            You are doing the exact same thing with words that you did with the “cartoon”. You are trying to paint people you don’t agree with as racists, xenophobes, and paranoids. But those things are exactly what you are doing. What you are, apparently.

            Again, you cannot engage in the arena of ideas. So you resort to shameful slurs. Grow up. Have a civil discussion. Engage with thoughts and ideas.

            It’s like arguing with infants dealing with you people.

          • jim

            So there arent a large number of people expressing all manner of xenophobic opinions on this forum? Care to clarify !
            I,d say the straw hat that was issued with your straw man must be a very tight fit indeed as its constricting the blood flow to critical facultys!

          • Kevin

            “Going by the nature of most of the comments on this forum”

            1. I haven’t noticed a lot, but not looking for it. None of my friends are that way.

            2. Going by the nature of the Democratic National Convention, NAACP, La Raza, and any one of a large majority of Liberal organizations, I would say every single Liberal is a lying sack of crap.

          • jim

            It appears you subscribe to the Left /Right paradigm-I however do not!
            But that still does not negate the fact that many of the topics on this forum are populated by people with the most outrageous xenophobic opinions and comments!

          • Kevin

            Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Your ideas are like wack-a-mole. They just keep spouting up and out of you. I don’t have the time to waste.

          • jim

            Yep either your cognitive dissonance is starting to kick in or that Straw hat that was issued with your monthly supply of straw men is on way to tight!!
            That lone brain cell must be reaching asphyxia by now

          • Kevin

            It’s “too”, not “to”.
            Was in the neighborhood.

          • jim

            Reduced to gibberish are we !LOL

          • conservativeindependent

            As opposed to the folks on msnbc forums, or cnn forums, or pbs forums, or any journalist beholden to the mighty disassociated press?

          • jim

            I dont bother with any of those forums -so what is your point exactly?

          • conservativeindependent

            Why do you depict folks on this site as xenophobes? Am I a xenophobe, because I didn’t jump on the msm bandwagon and, immediately accept the claims of racial injustice? Are those of us who didn’t immediately pass a guilty judgement xenophobes? Turns out, we were right, to wait for facts. You seem to have passed a blanket assessment, of those on this site. I’ve commented alot, through disqus, please point out my xenophobic remarks. It seems once someone disagrees with you, you begin placing labels on the commenter, as well as the comments.
            So, since I disagreed with you, go ahead and start with the name calling. Just don’t ever call me a xenophobe, or racist, or anything similar. You will never find evidence of that, with me.
            Do you go onto the liberal/progressive forums and make your accusations?

          • conservativeindependent

            The groups you mentioned are also where the most racism seems to come from.

          • Kevin

            Yes. It is interesting that those that claim to decry racism the most are the one’s that are the most racist and try to inflame racial animosity the most.

          • UtMadman

            Btw Jim, the big words aren’t really legitimizing anything you’re trying to say. Just one big massive regurgitation of the party line you folks seem to follow so blindly.

          • Don Skizenta

            Kevin, you are absolutely correct. It’s called “projecting”. Unfortunatley you are assuming that they want to have a civil discusion, you assume they want to engage. They don’t. That is unless you are in lockstep with them.

          • Kevin

            Don, agreed. To a Liberal the freedom to express ideas really means the freedom to express Liberal ideas.

          • olf

            Go away legion. you are a sham & a liar shame !!

          • WillyPiam

            It’s just the “Notion of Islam”

      • BO_stinks

        they’re racists, plain and simple.

        • Pachy Serrano

          Looks who’s talking??

          • NoMoreMarxistsInDC

            Left-wing entitlement sucking internet troll.

          • Pam Dunn

            Looking in the mirror again are you Punchy the left winger troll.

          • George Boss Jr.

            Are you kidding me? That’s it, that’s all you got? My God you’re like a five year old on the playground! I’m sure your next comment will have something to do about being a piece of rubber. All these people just called you out for being a troll and a liar and the best you can say is “Look who’s talking?” Son, I think your momma’s calling? You better get your ass back home before someone puts a foot up your ass! And don’t come back until you’re wearing big boy pants! Sheeees

          • biggerpew

            I assume you’re calling him racist because of his picture, it’s called satire you know the explanation the left uses when making fun of people or a group of people they don’t agree with, like the Tea Party.

      • Hoot Gibson

        But the way “Pachy” you are a lying racist POS…..just saying, but then again, you already knew that….didn’t you?

      • Balmy

        As Hillary would say: What difference does it make at this time? Just like the KKK.

      • WillyPiam

        It doesn’t matter why, it won’t dismiss the fact that they have always been violence based.

    • Kevin

      Why didn’t Sharpton, Jackson, Obama, Holder think of that?
      Because it would not have benefited them personally, so why do it?

      • Pam Dunn

        They would have had to SPEND their OWN money————Oh the HORROR of it, Spending their OWN money to help merchants in the neighborhood. Al and Jesse would NEVER ever do that !!

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          • Gatordoc

            Such a loser. Get off our page!

        • Moozmom

          They don’t have their own money. They do not earn money, they siphon money from donations to various 501C3 organizations, calling the dollars “consultant” fees.

    • Jon

      They were too busy rioting and looting!

      • olf

        Now big al and jesse call that shopping.

        • Balmy

          Jesse Jr. learned to shop well from his daddy.

      • PMM

        And stirring up trouble!

    • M. Faze

      I think because the Lame Stream “MARXIST” Media wasn’t interested in it, because it won’t sell the idea of, “IF IT BLEEDS, IT LEADS” attitude in the media Business. Plus, Black People don’t care about what good stuff white people do because of their “BIAS” towards the Tea Party (Because their Black Leaders wanted to give the Idea that the TEA PARTY is Racist) and WHITE PEOPLE!

  • Workhorse43

    Out of 163 arrested, only 7 or 8 were from Ferguson. Where were the rest from?

    • Jena Smith

      ask sharpton…he’ll know

    • Candy Marini Olbrych

      Outside agitators

    • Ben Daho

      Oakland, I’d heard. The hair on the wart on the ass of the United States.

    • Vegas_Bob

      Actually they are from all over, New York, California, Chicago and one guy was arrested 3 or 4 time and he came from Austin, TX. . .3 or 4 times, why was even allowed back on the street?

  • masseur1950

    Black kids are not taught compassion, common sense, empathy. Black kids are taught SELFISHNESS, EGOTICISM, LACK, ENVY, JEALOUSY, COVETEDNESS. The parents teach the black kids racism, The black leaders today, sharpton, jackson, lee, obama, holder, teach corruption, racism, anger, expediency. The black kids do not have leaders in the democRATic party to follow. There are NO GOOD example in the democRAT leadership. When the blacks who populate the mega-churches quit their racism filled complaining, the children will hear the message GOD has put in the Bible. HYPOCRISY is the leading act of ALL the democRATS. The black kids know exactly what is going on. It is easier to follow one’s desires and act, even if it is against the law. The higher ups do not have to answer to the cops. The low-life have to. The disparaging effects of socialism. The money belongs to the higher-ups. The lowest rungs have and own NOTHING. Hence the lawlessness.

    • olf

      Not all, that is true in the getto’s where the democrats have them in prison.
      But I know lots of fine folks that don’t buy in to those lies.

      • masseur1950

        I AGREE TOTALLY. I have friends who cannot stand the hypocrisy shown by the black leadership. I have Black friends, Jewish friends who hate what is going on. It is TOO BAD there are NOT ENOUGH of them to counteract the stupid masses. Only smart people can understand what I mean. The democRATS with no education can only read,( barely), the words, and get angry because their racism can only take them so far.

    • Renellin

      Certainly not all black kids. There are plenty of good people out there of color. It’s unfair to lump them all together.

      • masseur1950

        I agree with you. It so bad that too many of them come out and show their stupidity. The ones who stay home are not seen or heard and most of those, are SMART, INTELLIGENT, and follow good example: good parents, good teachers, good civic leaders. It is so bad that the government leaders are as stupid as baskets of hammers: obama, sharpton, jackson, holder, rangle. Those leaders steal, rob, lie, embezzle, destroy the country, and they are SO RACIST, they ruin all for everybody.

  • Macdoodle

    Wont see the liberal media douchebags talking about this will we?

  • Ed Bartolini

    This validates the reason there is a Tea party movement; citizens who care enough to act; to do something positive. We’re citizens and love to help other citizens. If you love God and country you act on that for the benefit of others.

    • olf

      The Tea Party is made of us that embrace moral laws and they (left extreme) don’t want to be held accountable for their lawlessness.

      • Ed Bartolini

        I’m closing this email address. Ed B

        • olf

          Why are you over me ?

          • Ed Bartolini

            Didn’t intend that to be a reply. Just closing the address ro disqus.

          • olf

            God Bless, Thank You.

          • Ed Bartolini

            Thanks; back to you.

      • Pachy Serrano

        Sure, like the Ted Bundy’s crew of “law abiding” gun owners that were ready to shoot at cops for not getting their way. If the blacks in Ferguson should have brought some guns when the “military tactics team” came in it could have been a massacre!! U have no clue!!

        • madmemere

          Pachy-Where do you get your information?? The Bundy’s have held title to the land, the feds were trying to steal, for many, many generations; do some research. The Bundy family needed help to “protect their own property” and “real” Americans stood up and answered the call. The BLM is another one of those alphabet agencies, NOT authorized by the US Constitution, that should be dismantled. They are trying to force un’s Agenda 21 down our throats and drive the ranchers and farmers off their lands and into those little “box structures” in the cities. If that happens, where do you think our food will come from- – overseas?? I’m talking the meat, potatoes, fruits and veggies we consume every day!

        • Renellin

          You are the clueless one.

        • Pam Dunn

          More complete ignorance and stupidity showing a moron incapable of reading or reasoning that swallows what ever Donkey Dung Spewed by the propaganda news.

  • DCBrough

    God is an awesome God! The fiery furnace is one of my favorite Bible truths. I love it when they said “Even if our God does NOT deliver us from this, we still will NOT bow down and worship your idols”!! Yes!!! We need more of this type of attitude, unwavering, unafraid and unashamed!

    • olf

      Me too. Praise be the Glory of our Lord.

  • Jim Mallett

    Good people do good things……

  • intheknow

    I am a proud member of The Tea Party Patriots and am not ashamed to say so! Tea Party Members = “It’s not always about me!” as is the moto of the Liberals! Go Tea Party Members, MO, go!!!

  • genegarman

    What is the definition of “Tea Party”? The terms used about it seem to be quite loose. Is the Tea Party on the ballot? The last I looked the only candidates on the ballot were Republican or Democratic.

    • olf

      Taxed Enough Already. TEA

    • Renellin

      It’s really very simple and is one of the real grassroots organizations ever to hit this country. Taxed Enough Already. Anything else is simply people mixing.

      • whosits

        Renellin, you are a person after my own heart! You make a lot of sense, and that seems to be in short supply with democrats. The Tea Party was doing what the original Tea Party people were doing only without the tea being dumped in the harbor.

  • Hoot Gibson

    Holder will probably figure out a way to charge them with “Racism”….

  • genegarman

    There are only two significant and meaningful political party organizations in the USA, the Democratic and the Republican. The rest are merely meaningless noise along the shoreline of significance, a waste of political time. Most “teaparty” types are mentally connected in some way to the Republican Chamber of Commerce Religion Right Party, at least that is their significance in the minds of Democrats.

    • olf

      God Bless America !!!! Yes we are a Christian nation built on the foundation
      of Bible principles. Thank You troll.

      • ddcannady

        England was also a Christian nation built on Biblical principles. Do you know what makes us dfferent? It is the sovereignty of individuals and that means that we each answer to God andthe government has no business with how we choose to live.

        • olf

          That is correct. That we were founded to “not hinder” peoples belief and follow justice, love, mercy, truth, and freedom to all. Freedom requires moral standards that our justice system was built on to have a civil society livable and carry out responsible duties with our neighbor.

    • ddcannady

      All that Democrats care about is gaining control of the economy in order to expand their parasite empire.

    • Renellin

      Democrats don’t use minds, only slogans and smear tactics. What they say rarely, if ever, rings true.

      • whosits

        Yes, look what they have done to Wheeler and Perry. Both false accusations, but the un-informed will never see anything but the headlines. People who bring false accusations against other people should have to be held accountable, and have charges brought against them for doing such rotten tactics. More power to the Tea Party for doing for us what most of the rest of us are unable to do.

  • GeoInSD

    It needs to get known widely that the Left cries “racism” in order to shut down debate and to demonize their target. I am not White and I donate to TEA Party Patriots. There is absolutely nothing racist about the organization. It is really just basic conservatism. Other TEA party groups are probably similar.

    I have noticed that the Left commonly (and falsely) labels an enemy A with an adjective X where X has negative connotations. The tactic is to scare off support for A, because people who support A will be labeled with the negative adjective X. Ex.: TEA parties are racist. Therefore if you support TEA parties you are racist.

    Similarly, the Left commonly (and falsely) labels a friend B (a friend is not necessarily a person, it could be a congressional bill, federal agency, etc.) with an adjective Y where Y has positive connotations. The tactic is to scare off opposition for B, because people who oppose B will be labeled as being against the positive adjective Y. Example: the EPA is for clean air and water. So if you oppose the EPA’s fascistic behavior, you are labeled as being against clear air and water.
    People need to call bullsh*t to this tactic. Being quiet doesn’t work. Romney seemed to think ignoring false charges would make them fade away eventually. But he was wrong and millions who were against Obama stayed home on election day. The Left constantly uses this tactic. It works very well on all but the very informed. Unfortunately, few people are very informed

    • Bert_1

      Well said. It probably won’t be received well by many, but well said!

      • Renellin

        I suspect it will by more than you think–at least I hope so!

        • Bert_1

          I hope you are right but based on some of the comments on this article, I do believe that there will be many who oppose it.

      • GeoInSD

        I will read “Rules for Radicals” eventually. I would not be surprised if it turns out that this Leftist tactic came from that book or taught by Alinsky.

        • Bert_1

          I haven’t read that book but, from what I have read about it, you have summed it up nicely.

    • whosits

      Very well put, and you are exactly right. The EPA should be disbanded. They have way too much power. The have even taken land away from law-abiding citizens because they didn’t meet with their ridiculous standards of lunacy.

  • ryanomaniac

    Well done people. I have much respect for those people.

  • genegarman

    The Founding Fathers wrote: “no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States,” Art. 6., Sec. 3.” The First Congress added “make no law respecting an establishment of religion,” First Amendment. What part of “no” do you not understand and/or is unclear in its meaning? In the USA religion is to be voluntary, not a part of coercive government at any level. The free exercise of religion means voluntary, not established by law or government. Beliefs are voluntary, but actions are subject to law. Religion is not above the law and not to be established by law, as Art. Six and the First Amendment clearly command.

    • Bert_1

      Neither of those provisions apply to a political party or group whose principles are such that people of a particular religious background are inclined to support. The Tea Party may have Christian roots but there are no membership rules that preclude anyone based upon his/her religious beliefs or affiliations.

    • Renellin

      Why are you talking about that here? Because they act like decent, charitable people you assume they’re religious?

      • Bert_1

        Isn’t that the definition of a back-handed compliment? :-)

        • Renellin

          I think it just may be!

    • whosits

      What you said in your first sentence is very noble, and meant to be a good thing. However, having Muslims in our government advising Obama is not a good idea. I believe that is why he is so soft on all Muslims (he has six of them in his cabinet). He finally decided that ISIS was a bad thing because, as he said, “they are killing muslims”. Too bad, so sad! He never said a word about how many Christians they killed, and are still killing. He is definitely a muslim, and a muslim sympathysizer. The Tea Party people are United States of America PATRIOTS, and this goes a long way in proving that to be true.

  • Sail Away

    This story would most likely weigh better if there were no titles put to it huh ?
    Very strange . Very new world , give it a title and then screw with people .
    Some get strong some get strange in the end it all gets real , WALK -ON

    • Renellin

      What are you talking about?

      • Sail Away

        I tried to reply but it came back to me I don’t get it but my reply is there if interested .

        • Renellin

          Ah I see. You know they certainly didn’t do it for fame and glory. But I for one am pleased to know the local Tea Party thought of that. So much bad gets spread about us–and if they got forty people to show up, probably some of them weren’t even members. I didn’t even read about this on the TPNN. So, sometimes, if others see what you do and publicly share it, it’s not wrong.

          • Sail Away

            Absolutely I honestly can not argue that .
            I thank you for the response God bless you

    • Sail Away

      I’m talking about titles, you know Tea Party , Republicans , Democrats
      How about just saying good people did something great then who could gripe about another doing so .
      I know but it works in my heart .

  • Renellin

    What a fantastic idea. It is inspiring. Thanks to the idiot media, I was totally confused for several days with the rioting and looting. I thought just awful things about those people. But it didn’t make sense to me. Finding out that most of the damage and violence came from far off places like California just double whammied that town and I realized it hadn’t made sense because it wasn’t true!! My heart goes out to the people in that town.

  • Randy Harod

    Great job! Be seen! Speak up. Prove the media picture of the Tea Party is as fake as the Liberals real help to the Blacks is.

  • Kaharina

    This is wonrful, we conservatives have the opporunity to show America what we stand fr by our deeds, bravo!

  • whosits

    If the media hadn’t ostricized the Tea Party, telling everyone that they were worse than jihadists, the general populous might have realized sooner rather than later, that these Tea Party people ALL OVER THE US, are indeed, PATRIOTS! For once, something positive about the Tea Party participants.

  • Gee

    Kudos to the St. Louis Tea Party… brilliant move!

  • Sail Away

    Titles and labels
    Tea party , Republicans, Democrat , Liberal , Blacks , Whites , Hispanics , Loser’s winners , Conservatives and so on but in the heat of battle lets not forget the most important of titles Human .
    If you don’t pick a side you still have made a choice .
    2 ears 1 tongue God new always will and so goes the show .
    Now back to my little place on this marble .
    All be blessed

  • Take 2

    Great works.

  • chadsexington

    this is obviously a vicious lie. everyone knows that the tea party is nothing but a bunch of selfish, hate-filled racists who would NEVER help out other people. (i mean, seriously, that’s what the media and prominent democrats are always saying, right? and why would they lie about something like that???)

    this was most likely a bunch of occupy wall streeters, you know decent, selfless people who only want to help those less fortunate than themselves. i think it’s a disgrace that those no good tea partiers would try to take credit for this. more proof of just how evil they are! THEY’RE EVIL!!!!!! AND RACIST!!!!!!! AND RACISTLY EVIL!!!!!!!!

  • http://truthofg.blogspot.com/ Connor Kenway

    I like this. It is good to see someone doing good in Ferguson when rioters destroyed people’s livelihood. I do not care who is angry or even why their is no call for that.

  • NoMoreMarxistsInDC

    Newsflash!!!!! Michael Brown’s juvenile’s record has been exposed. He has a rapsheet of violent crime, including involvement in a 2nd degree murder, before he turned 18.

    Criminal Record for the 1 year Michael Brown had been an adult:

    Description: Burglary 1st Degree { Felony B RSMo: 569.160 }
    Date: 11/02/2013 Code: 1401000

    OCN:
    AJ006207 Arresting Agency: ST ANN PD

    Description: Armed Criminal Action {
    Felony Unclassified RSMo: 571.015 }
    Date: 11/02/2013 Code:
    3101000

    OCN: AJ006207 Arresting Agency: ST ANN
    PD

    Description: Assault 1st Degree “
    Serious Physical Injury { Felony A RSMo: 565.050 }
    Date:
    11/02/2013 Code: 1301100

    OCN: AJ006207 Arresting
    Agency: ST ANN PDDescription: Armed Criminal Action { Felony Unclassified
    RSMo: 571.015 }
    Date: 11/02/2013 Code: 3101000

  • Rickintheforest

    True Americans have always helped each other. Especially those in their or neighboring communities. The held barn raisings and otherwise supported the newest and otherwise most in need of their help in their communities. A perfect and classic example of “paying forward” long before the term was coined. Sharpton, Jackson and the other race hustler (mostly Dem’s) were asleep or not in school when early history of America was discussed. It wasn’t about gaining power or buying votes. It was about neighborliness.

  • Mary

    Sharpton and Jackson are race hustlers. They love the looting and rioting. I think they hope other blacks are killed in the rioting, so they can scream foul. What a true bunch of losers.

  • Keith Richards

    While all you citizens lather the racial topics, again the worst
    criminal enterprise gets away from the spotlight. Do you ever stop to
    think that this whole discussion is part of the conquer and divide Olin-sky recipe. The evidence; as soon as we have a black {quasai black}
    president, the endless rallying of black issues, the endless
    appointments of black ideologues to key positions, the endless
    expressions of power and authority wielded by the most corrupt group of
    people this country has ever seen. When a white baby was shot dead in
    front of her mother while in a stroller, by a black thug, where were any
    if these same race hustlers. It is so overt it undermines the
    credibility of anyone that hoists these false flag issues and campaigns
    them with passion. You all are so much part of the problem as the
    culprits acting out against us. Factor the percentage. A good 35%
    believe anything the Democrats put forth. Then a full 30% of eligible
    citizen/participants either do not vote or even know who George
    Washington was, or who we fought the war of 1812 against. Then add the
    minorities and the immigrants. There may only be 20 % of the actual
    population of this country left to save it from this progressive
    landslide. So you go ahead and waste you time speaking about the black
    panthers, the kkk and what ever else. As participants you leave much to
    be desired Keith Richards

  • dslpltdor
  • RGS48

    Tea party good New Black Panthers Bad. NBP are racist sissy low life garbage that give black Americans a bad name. All black Americans aren’t looters like all white people are not racist. The sooner we retire the word racist the sooner we all love one another an Jesse an Al are out of a job

  • Willie Wonkle

    This video answers it all about Ferguson MO.!!!!!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYNIH-hm_RA&feature=youtu.be

  • jim

    Hmmm- around 50 folks spending a few bucks in Ferguson-is a token gesture at best-I doubt if its going to make any finacial impact.|
    GB is fond of slapping himself and his politics on the back at the slightest opportunity though

  • jim

    Hmmm -Muslim black tea partiers !

    • Tommyzax

      Wow. Is that real? Is that sarcastic? They actually got two our of three right

  • kansascase

    Good job Glenn – Positive Reporting is good for the folks! God Bless You and Go with God. May the Holy Sprit Guide to the Path He has planned for you. In Jesus Name, Amen.

  • Chad3434

    I was in DC with the first ever Tea Party. The news reported that 100,000 showed up. It was more like 1,000,000. When the event was over not one scrap of paper was left on the ground. We policed every inch of that area and we left it just like we found it. So much for the bad Tea Party. All I saw was a lot of hard working honest people.

  • Conservative NJ Girl

    Bravo! Well done!

  • Hugie59 PA

    What about all the Tea Parties throughout the country who want only smaller government who abides by the Constitution and condemns the smearing of opposition candidates by the Left, i.e. Cristi, Walker, and Perry? Who want free markets and personal responsibility, Freedom from its governments intrusion, etc. etc. And a plan to eliminate the debt.

  • Guest

    hmph

  • Jason

    I have just about lost my mind over everybody talking about the black panthers and Jesse Jackson and all of the cronies. This isn’t about them. Nobody is seeing it for what it’s supposed be. What we have here is a bunch of people trying to make a difference to the fine folks who have businesses in the area, which is basically st . Louis. Oh and I ask everyone who reads this…..what does color of a mans skin have to have with fixing the problems in his own neighborhood? Somebody has to do it. Life can’t keep going on as it is now or st Louis will look like detroit. Am I right or wrong? Tell me something…. I’d like to get to the bottom of this. After all of this time, over countless generations we still have to talk about the differences of people’s skin. I think in my opinion it’s the way people act and how they do their daily business that classifies who they are and they judge from there. It’s silly really. With all of the education we have nowdays and how everybody is so much smarter their still ignorant. Their not any better off than if it were 1960 again because the mindset is still the same. Until we change it I guess it will be the same ole same ole. I said my piece and I’m going to stand by it, and I can only change myself and help others try and do the same.

  • Anamah

    Great job!

  • Baron Münchhausen

    Hmmm. “Mostly” out of town agitators. Where did they come from?

    • Kevin

      That is propaganda. They have no idea whether or not they are mostly out of town agitators.

  • Rightleaning

    When the shoe store was looted all the work boots were left behind. Maybe for the Tea Party to buy.

  • Bob

    Boy, those TEA Party people sure are a problem, huh?

  • Craig Allen

    Wow, paying for stuff without stealing it…what a concept ! They were all White? Obviously huge racists !

  • Robert Mull

    The black leaders did not think of it because unless the shop keepers are black they will burn them out. That shows who the TRUE racists are.

  • Floyd Horn

    How many of you folks actually know exactly what the tea party people believe and exactly what they
    are about?

    • Tommyzax

      TEA means Taxed Enough Already.
      That was supposed to be the focus.
      Fair Tax or Flat Tax, get rid of IRS.
      But look where we are now.
      Splintered social agendas mixed with ridiculous economic notions.
      We can’t agree on hegemony.
      We can’t agree on action.
      While ISIS puts pikes on heads, the TEA Party stays home because it couldn’t get a permit to march!

      The Christian Right has become pansies just so they won’t be known as aggressive!
      For God’s sake (yes, God!), the only ones who could possibly get us out of this are the Christians.
      Not enough non-liberal Jews.
      Not enough sane Muslims.
      Not enough humanists with guts.
      Not enough people with guts period.
      But there are more Christians in the world than Muslims.
      Why aren’t they marching on Iraq right now.
      Clean up the place in one week.
      And leave it Muslim if that’s the way they want it.
      Just destroy the savages.
      We could have cleaned up Ferguson in one day.
      Without changing their particular culture.
      It’s pathetic.
      We talk, they act.
      We pontificate, they take over.
      We are self-righteous, they don’t care.
      We are not “better than them” – we are just cowards.

  • disqus_Ki3yt4g0EM

    Smart move. way to go Tea Party!

  • IT 2 IT 678

    TAVISTOCK mind control FAKE media
    with its endless, relentless promotion of the SILLY PHONE.

    NOT GOOD —–in this, the 11th hour of RED CHINA TREASON
    ——–and now OPEN globalist MAFIA USURPATION….

  • Tommyzax

    Act justly means according to Torah, not according to the eyes of men.
    You cannot choose to “act justly” if it breaks the Law of God.

    Love mercy means to not always use the Law in personal matters.
    It does not mean to tolerate wickedness or savagery.
    That is cowardice and treason against God.
    “Turn the other cheek” is meant to shame the other person, not show how great a person you are for turning.

    Walk humbly means to walk in God’s Law, not in our notion of God or Law or Jesus.
    Jesus tells us that if we don’t hate our family, our own life, we can’t be his disciple (Luke 14:25-)
    Jesus does not bring people together but brings law-abiding people together.
    God’s Law.
    “I didn’t come to bring peace but a sword.”

    When we all do Torah, or at least not go against Torah, we will have peace.

  • WillyPiam

    The rest of the tea party should embrace this. You have to be there to expose the truth.

  • onevoice22

    The Tea Party from the beginning has been active and participated in trying to make a difference. I see this undertaking as a continuation of what is already part of the Tea parties makeup. Kudos!

  • Guest

    Taking america back !

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  • Bat Masterson

    Does this mean George Zimmerman is no longer the Fake Tea Party’s messiah?

  • ND

    I love how easily people stray from the discussion about the topic in EVERY THREAD ON THE INTERNET – to what political “side” they’re on and ultimately resort to name calling. How childish and uninformed. Good job St. Louis Tea Party folks. More people across the nation should do this in areas that are hard hit. I remember when Glenn did it in a small town where a factory had been closed.. during the holidays.. can’t remember the name of the town right now. Does anyone out there remember?

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  • Bar Abbas

    More criminal violence, by blacks: http://bit.ly/1oONBrs

  • Infidel Mike

    I like Africans-in-America same as they like me, but much more.

  • Infidel Mike

    Darvin’s theory of evolution was banned in schools, because africans don’t have evolution.