Brent Strafford, an American hero

“La vengeance est un plat qui se mange froid” “Vengeance is a dish best served cold.” While all the political news yesterday focused on the end of Rick Santorum’s presidential campaign a colorful drama unfolded in faraway St. Charles, Missouri Tuesday night.  This was the scene of the re-scheduled, famous, St. Charles County GOP Convention.Continue reading “Brent Strafford, an American hero”

Showdown in St. Charles, Missouri

Ron Paul rides again. Remember the infamous St. Charles County Republican caucus on March 17, 2012?  (See videos below.) Where the temporary chairman decided that there could be no recording devices?  So his evil deeds could be done in darkness? Where at a prearranged signal the temporary Chairman had local police descend on the caucusContinue reading “Showdown in St. Charles, Missouri”

GOP corruption in Missouri: An update

Last week this blog carried videos of arrests in St. Charles and near riots in other counties.  The GOP contest, which seems done to the national media, in fact, resembles the Russo-German front in World War II. Read this report from Pamela Grow: Every one of Missouri’s 8 Congressional Districts has at least one countyContinue reading “GOP corruption in Missouri: An update”

The Ronulans are among us: How Ron Paul’s delegate strategy is actually working

On they come, marginalized by the media and ridiculed by the Republican establishment.  Their votes are often rejected at precinct caucuses, their voices ignored by temporary chairmen who flout their own rules and pretend that they have the votes for their prearranged delegate slates. On one occasion a crowd of onlookers shouts objections at thisContinue reading “The Ronulans are among us: How Ron Paul’s delegate strategy is actually working”

Behind the vote rigging in St. Charles. “We don’t want people to see.”

In this You Tube feature, Bryan Spencer talks about the rigging of the  votes in St. Charles, Missouri.  Why the media was trusted to have cameras but citizens were not allowed. “We don’t want people to see what actually goes into the caucuses.” And how the police were notified in advance. For those who missed it,Continue reading “Behind the vote rigging in St. Charles. “We don’t want people to see.””

How I made a citizen arrest of a Ron Paul supporter.

Glen Beck: So what can we do? What do people in Washington fear? Because I don’t think they fear anything. They don’t fear a scandal. Ron Paul: They fear truth. They can’t handle that. – March 24, 2009 I was toolin along on I-44 to St. Louis, Missouri from Rolla last weekend when I spottedContinue reading “How I made a citizen arrest of a Ron Paul supporter.”

A Fox within a Fox continued

(To understand this post you may want to read an earlier installment.) https://dougwead.wordpress.com/2008/09/30/a-fox-within-a-fox/ Okay folks, here is an example of what I am talking about.  Tuesday all of the news shows were trumpeting a new battleground poll showing Senator Barack Obama pulling ahead of Senator John McCain in the presidential race in the key fiveContinue reading “A Fox within a Fox continued”

Karl Rove’s Glorious Debut on FOX

 Karl Rove was brought onto the FOX team for last night’s Super Tuesday coverage and stole the show.  Blowing some much needed data into the hot air that has dominated the network for six months, Rove rattled off numbers and names and counties and expected returns, fitting it all within a strategic template that madeContinue reading “Karl Rove’s Glorious Debut on FOX”