Sunday RightMi Reader

Blogging Around The Geat State Of Michigan On State Local And National Issues

logo-sphereMIRS Weekly Report – Primary challenges emerge for 19 GOP incumbents Yours truly quoted with one of our favorite lines.

Grassroots In Michigan – Taxes, Taxes, and More Taxes! Clearly Joan has had enough of that. The transportation bills seem to promise more taxes. And under a ‘Republican’ administration, no less.

Motor City Times TWOFER! – Robin Hood Tax: Another bad European idea that will find its way here Minimum wages are too low, right? AND Regional blackouts coming to an electrical outlet near you starting in 2015 Driving home the point that the EPA is a thing that must be removed .. like yesterday.

Michigan Taxes Too Much – ICY Michigan Just because there was a lot of ice this year.

The Shekel – Several articles on a recently attended NRA convention Quite complete with pictures and seminar reports.

Wayne County Taxpayers – Contacts in All 83 Counties are Now a Reality for Part Time Legislature Petitions If you need some petitions, we’ll get em to you.

Watchdog Wire – OPINION: Sports Media Scrutinize Richard DeVos’ Views on Traditional Marriage Thanks Izzy! This is just really good on a number of levels.  I’ll leave it to the reader to figure out why.

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  3 comments for “Sunday RightMi Reader

  1. Corinthian Scales
    May 4, 2014 at 5:14 pm

    Pure comedic gold...

    Last week, Senate Majority Leader Randy RICHARDVILLE (R-Monroe) pledged to work to defend caucus members who were being challenged in primaries.

    "If you start picking apart our team like that you start to lose the momentum and strength of the team," Richardville said.

    Go DIAF asshole.

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  2. Kevin Rex Heine
    May 4, 2014 at 6:50 pm

    One of the other MIRS Weekly Report articles ("Nakagiri, Courser Don't Get Signatures To Challenge Calley") is a bit dated, as I do know that Wes on Friday filed 33 signatures (4 from each of 8 districts, plus one spare) with Chairman Schostak. I have a more detailed article coming, but you can start here: Nakagiri Files Nomination Papers.

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  3. May 4, 2014 at 7:25 pm

    Cool! A twofer... Thank for the links.

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