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    Tag: Monday

    Monday Sphere

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Mon Mar 21, 2011 at 07:20:10 AM EST
    Tags: Capitol Confidential, The Blog Prof, RTL of Michigan, The Rougblog, Republican Michigander, Monday, Sphere, Blogs, Wizard of Laws (all tags)

    A few to get the week started..

    Capitol Confidential - Schools subsidizing business?

    The Blog Prof - Moore rips Obama Indeed, the man who must remain wrong on everything is not even loyal to his patron saint.

    RTL of Michigan - Arrival of clinic mobilizes community

    The Rougblog - When did this become journalism?

    Republican Michigander -
    Open carry preemption fight

    And a special story.. Michigan, AND a food fight!!

    The wizard Of Laws - March on Grand Rapids!

    (2 comments) Comments >>

    Good Morning Monday

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Mon Jan 17, 2011 at 07:38:30 AM EST
    Tags: Power, Schuette, Welfare, Monday, Michigan (all tags)

    Just a couple small things.  Going to be a busy week I think.

    It seems there are a lot of questions looking for answers as we begin the new week.  Jenkuz brings up a valid issue with yesterday's post and how we are going to proceed as a state if our 'Republican' defenders are sticking us as the Democrat destroyers did. Schuette though elected, has a part of his responsibility the obligation to give the administration's opinion in court.  However, he can also advise and encourage the abandonment of such actions as the appeal.

    I'll be talking with the AG about the selection of Brian Zahra for the Michigan Supreme Court this week, and see if I can get some light shed on this issue.  We WILL need expansion of power generation in the future.


    Corinthian Scales is correct in suggesting 4 years is too long a welfare stint.  My own solution?  Outsource it.


    (5 comments, 567 words in story) Full Story

    A Message To Our Legislators - Beware False Choices


    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Mon Nov 29, 2010 at 11:44:00 AM EST
    Tags: Discussion, Blogging, Monday (all tags)

    Busy day at the shop here..  Two guys out right now and Monday is always a doozy anyhow.

    Great content over the weekend.  Generally, I prefer the comments part of any discussion, but Jenkuz, KG One, and Rougman lit it up to be sure. Looking back into history, there used to be an equivalent to this type of discourse.  Usually it was held in the back of a tavern, or in a barn.  Community leaders speaking up, and out, on a variety of issues affecting us.  Even back then it may not have always been friendly.  

    But it still happened.  And it will still continue to happen here..  in this red barn of rightsidedness.

    Got a fun article coming up, but may not be done til a bit later..  In the meantime, the first Michigan related post I see goes Front page.

    Comments >>

    Monday is massive calling in support of H.R 1207 "Audit the Fed"

    By apackof2, Section News
    Posted on Sat Apr 25, 2009 at 11:26:26 AM EST
    Tags: audit the fed, H.R 1207, monday, Ron Paul (all tags)

    Even though H.R. 1207 is getting surprisingly good bipartisan support and has 84 co-sponsers in the House as of today,

    (1 comment, 412 words in story) Full Story

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