9-12 Tea Party
Why You Should Come to St. Louis If You Can’t Drive to the Beach
September 5, 2010
Yes, there are three major Tea Party events on 9-12: Washington, Sacramento, and St. Louis. But if you can’t see the Atlantic or the Pacific from your window, why don’t you make the trip to the middle of the country, to the “Gateway to November” Tea Party under the Arch? I’m hearing from groups in Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Iowa, and many from Illinois and Kansas who CANNOT WAIT for the 9-12 “Gateway to November” Tea Party in St.
Live Your Why
August 9, 2010
As we approach the anniversary of Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech, it seems we should both honor Rev. King and learn from that speech. I can think of no better way to accomplish both goals than to liberally borrow from Simon Sinek’s fantastic blog post about that speech and the importance of living your “why.” On August 28, 1963, 250,000 people from across the country descended on the Mall in Washington, D.
3rd Time, No Regrets
August 8, 2010
On September 12, we make our third trip to the Arch Steps to rally our spirits and inform our neighbors. [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5j8-s_9-y2E&w;=425&h;=355] On February 27, 2009, we met for the for first time. It started a revolution. It disrupted lives. It promises to change the course of history, the way the great New Madrid Earthquake forever altered the course of the Mississippi River. Over the past 18 months, we’ve come a long way.
Beyond The Dip
August 4, 2010
I received a couple of phone calls this morning. Maybe because of the primary election in Missouri. Or is the stifling, stale heat of August that drove the calls? Either way, I believe the calls represent very good news. We survived The Dip (Godin, 2007). Back in April, I sensed a dip in the burgeoning grassroots movement. By June 1, my suspicions were confirmed and I blogged about The Dip.
Are You Ready to Tea Party?????????
July 27, 2010
The weekend of September 12, 2010, will be The St. Louis Tea Party Weekend. We have the Arch steps. We have the Overlook Stage. We have the streets. We have the people. We have the hunger. We have the voice. We have the people. We have the stars. We have the plan. We have the people. We have the cause. We have the dedication. We have the people. We have the sound.