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    Tag: LG Calley

    Crony Capitalism rears its ugly head in Michigan.

    By KG One, Section News
    Posted on Sun Sep 18, 2011 at 12:00:00 PM EST
    Tags: LG Calley, Crony Capitalism, Autism, Mandatory Autism Insurance Coverage, Why is a republican promoting this? (all tags)

    Elected office is a public trust.

    The best definition I have found to described this, is as follows:

    "When taking the oath of office, elected officials assume a solemn duty as stewards of public resources. The public must trust that its government will spend taxpayer dollars in a way that is responsible, efficient and, above all, open to the light of day. Some unfortunate events in recent years have eroded this public trust."

    The latest example of violating this trust happened in Michigan just last week.

    {Story continues below}

    (1 comment, 502 words in story) Full Story

    NITC Public Meeting Notice - September 6th, 7:00pm

    By KG One, Section News
    Posted on Sun Sep 04, 2011 at 02:03:21 PM EST
    Tags: LG Calley, NITC, DRIC, Gordie Howe Bridge, Sterling Heights (all tags)

    FYI, LG Calley will be in Sterling Heights on Tuesday to plug the guv's plan to <strike>use taxpayer money to directly compete against a private business</strike> promote a new bridge into Canada.

    The Meeting will take place in the Sterling Heights Public Library at 7:00pm on September 6th.

    Watch out for that annoying roundabout out in front.

    (16 comments) Comments >>

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