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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Eagle Forum discussion on Property Rights; Extra Links and Topics Discussed

To follow up from discussion last night at the Eagle Forum Education Center:

We can do something about private property rights being diminished. The major way is to be prepared to help gather signatures for a future initiative petition drive led by Ron Calzone. Here is a link to his speech explaining the specifics in Missouri regarding our Constitution and property rights.

How does the Missouri Constitution protect you? Know your Missouri Bill of Rights!

Here are two links regarding Rombach Farms Pumpkin Patch and possible property rights abuse:
1. Here's the FOX article about the drainage ditch in Rombach Farms Pumpkin Patch

2. discusses raising taxes to finance the outlets and competition with Chesterfield Mall

NOTE: I can't find the "Save the Rombach Pumpkin Patch" Facebook page. I'm wondering if the FOX story pushed the developers to find somewhere else to put in the ditch?

We lightened it up last night: Cartoon illustration with featuring Reagan and Obama that we all enjoyed last night:


Eminent Domain Event on April 23, 2012 from 7:30 pm to 9:30pm at the Luminary Center for the Arts hosted by the Show Me Institute.

Please join us for a free advance screening of the Battle for Brooklyn, a documentary about the abuse of eminent domain to make way for luxury housing and a stadium.

Afterwards, we will host a panel discussion about the threat of eminent domain in the Saint Louis area. Homer Tourkakis, owner of Eminent Dental, will discuss his four-year long battle for his business with the City of Arnold.


Project Appleseed is an activity of The Revolutionary War Veterans Association, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, dedicated to teaching every American our shared heritage and history as well as traditional rifle marksmanship skills.

Next weekend in Missouri:
Osage Beach, MO - Oct 21-28


What is the role of government? Kimberly-Clark paper mill shuts down in Washington state.
"The federal government announced last week that it approved $1.79 million in emergency assistance for 570 Kimberly-Clark workers in Everett to help them find new jobs. At this point, it's unclear exactly how the money will be used, but local officials said the money will be put to good use."


Anonymous said...

This isn't about this post, but about the title of your blog. You should know, you spelled "breath" wrong.

patriotsoul said...

Wow. This is great information!
I know of and have been to Rombach Farms several times with my girl, and it is a wonderful place to hang!
I will soak this all in and also check out the event on the 23rd.
I live in Jeff. Cty., yet this can happen anywhere!
There is so much to do.

Attending After P. tonight.

Let's give the scoundrels a taste of how the American Revolution has been revived!

Ruth said...

Thank you Anonymous.