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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Remember folks, Rick Snyder wants youth enslaved to this Federal dumbing-down agenda.
"I think the Common Core is a really important opportunity, and I think it's a good thing," Snyder said Monday in Detroit, where he was joined by U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan. "Unfortunately, it's been too much about politics. Too many people in our country ... are looking to fight someone for the sake of fighting."
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By JGillman, Section News
And necessarily bankrupt oneself. (mixing a little Obama-ism in there)
Health care exchanges that WORKED have been around for a while. Karl Denninger at the Market Ticker demonstrates how the ACA has screwed us using one of those exchanges for comparisons from 2013 to 2014.
I put it to the test, and I have determined that I will not have insurance after November of next year.
First, Thank God that we did not establish a 'Michigan Exchange' and then read the article, then compare for yourself.
H/T to Steph at FedUpUSA.org
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Big Picture. Whole Enchilada. Everything happens in aggregate. These are statements which, in this context, refer to the outlook as not an argument for how to look at Obamacare, but that EVERYTHING must be looked at and recognized for what it is. Will it cause pain to business and families? Yes. Will it cause pain to those refused care due to cost? Yes. Why should anyone argue between the two? To do so is a red herring, causing division where there should be unity against Obamacare. Aren't the people in favor of it the same that accused managed care option plans of bureaucrats and bean counters getting between "you and your doctor"? Yes again, it is! What does this mean then? It means that these Lefties wanted to gain that power for themselves by being critical of it, while planning on weilding it even more ruthlessly and more cruelly than private business supposedly did.
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DEMOCRATS ARE ALSO THE PARTY OF CRAPITALISM
We all know now; it's indisuptable fact. The masks have come off. It's true. The Democrats and RINO's are Socialists. Even Jeffery Immelt (CEO for GE, the tax dodger) has been praising the communism of China. Lenin himself said the point to Socialism is Communism, which manifests itself as a god-like loyalty to party out of fear or desire for power in which the average citizen spies on his/her neighbor for beni-points since the state controls all means of production, and therefore, the acquisition of wealth, or in the case of fully mature communism, the acquisition of your next meal. But notice how they get a foothold on power: Criticize things, like capitalism, as being what they are not, and criticize their opponents for being who they are. This means there is not a "vast right wing conspiracy" as Hillary Clinton asserted just out of the blue; rather, there is, in fact, a Left Wing conspiracy that's been going on for 100 years the results of which we are seeing today. But I digress...
With true unbridled capitalism, there is self-regulation...
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By Croton Crier, Section News
Obama 's Hope and Change campaign promise has been a stunning success. He has given hope to the millions who live off the taxpayer promising them more Obamabucks than they ever dreamed. He has changed the mood of the taxpayer from 'Taxed Enough Already' to 'Tamed Establishment Apathy'. With the unconstitutional passage of Obamacare, We the People stood up and cried: "Taxed Enough Already", "You can keep your hope, and I will keep my Change" and "Hands of my Healthcare". It is now two years later and not only have many gone silent, some who I believed were on the side of liberty are actively working against liberty and free market reforms.
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By Croton Crier, Section News
November 2010 brought great hopes to Michigan. Many new members elected to the MI House and Senate vowed to stop the hemorrhage of debt, regulation, and taxation. Perhaps the greatest hope of freedom loving people was the promise to end Obama care and its unconstitutional overreach into our personal lives.
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Mikey, where did all your anti-American Occupy friends go?
Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Michael Moore sent out a mass email Wednesday warning that the historic Traverse City movie theater, which is the base of the city's film festival, is in bad financial shape and in danger of closing.
Oh, the horrors of choosing a Socialist business model. Eventually you run out of other peoples money. I've never been to his theater, nor ever will, but it's description in the article sorta sounds like Cuba. Which is fitting of comrade Moore...
Mike, you are the crony capitalist 1%. If you want to save your theater, cut a check for it ya treacherous parasite.
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By JGillman, Section News
Many of you may know that my objections with a local "charity" sparked a bit of a controversy and that I was accused of attacking the Rotary Charities of Traverse City.
I wrote a response and posted it here titled "The Adventures of Huckleberry Gillman" It was a way to nip back at those who were trying to silence my questions about WHY a charity would have as a part of its program, the growth of government. Essentially the intent of my questioning was to root out the lefties in that organization, and have the locals at least take a second look at who was responsible for changing their mission from a charity, to a government facilitator.
I believe some things tend to reveal themselves given time.
Especially when dual roles are played by parties who influence such things as "sustainable growth," "visioning" etc.
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+ Fouts rips video as 'scurrilous,' defends Chicago trip with secretary
+ Wind, winter weather hammer state from Mackinac Bridge to southeast Mich.
+ Detroit Cass Tech QB Campbell expected to be released from custody Friday
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+ Grosse Ile Twp. leads list of Michigan's 10 safest cities
+ Wayne Co. sex crimes backlog grows after funding feud idles Internet Crime Unit
+ Judge upholds 41-60 year sentence of man guilty in Detroit firefighter's death
+ Detroit man robbed, shot in alley on west side
+ Fire at Detroit motel forces evacuation of guests
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+ Blacks slain in Michigan at 3rd-highest rate in US
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+ Apologetic Agema admits errors but won't resign
+ Snyder: Reform 'dumb' rules to allow more immigrants to work in Detroit
+ GOP leaders shorten presidential nominating season
+ Dems: Another 12,600 Michiganians lose extended jobless benefits
+ Mike Huckabee's comments on birth control gift for Dems
+ Granholm to co-chair pro-Clinton PAC for president
+ Republican panel approves tougher penalties for unauthorized early primary states
+ Michigan seeks visas to lure immigrants to Detroit
+ Peters raises $1M-plus for third straight quarter in Senate bid
+ Bill would let lawyers opt out of Michigan state bar
+ Michigan lawmakers launch more bills against sex trade
+ Balanced budget amendment initiative gets a jumpstart
+ Feds subpoena Christie's campaign, GOP
+ Poll: At Obama's 5-year point, few see a turnaround
+ Obama to release 2015 budget March 4
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