Like any new law, there is always bumps in the road. Look how well Obamacare was rolled out… Eric Kennie is a Texan. He is as Texan as the yucca plants growing outside his house. So Texan that he has never, in his 45 years, travelled outside the state. In fact, he has never even … Continue reading
This should be the law of the land. ID is required to enter bars, get a passport and all sorts of other activities. I see no reason why anyone should object to this. Great news for those interested in election integrity and common sense reforms like voter ID: the Supreme Court today removed the final … Continue reading
I saw, if it can support it self, then keep them, if not sell off the routs to privet companies… The May 5 Michigan sales tax ballot measure, which if approved by voters will trigger a $2 billion net tax increase, would add $116 million to current state mass transit spending, mostly subsidies to local bus … Continue reading
This is why Obama won… Good God! “I’m a big fan of Obama,” Wilmore said. “But I didn’t vote for his policy, I voted for him because he’s black. The policy I agree with is the policy that he’s black.” Yeah, he actually said that. I guess it’s good news he is only racist sometimes? … Continue reading
I am not sure how i feel about this. I agree that the winner take all in not a good way, I would think it should be county by county… Legislation to change how Michigan’s Electoral College votes are allocated to presidential candidates is back on the table. At the end of 2014, the Detroit … Continue reading
Below is an article form my local community newspaper, I thought it was worth sharing…. Who doesn’t love the power of words? By Susan Willett In my business, one has to love words. True, some of my favorites and most often used remain unprintable in a family (or any other) newspaper, but still, one simply … Continue reading
The Most Important Result is Still To Come. via The Most Important Result is Still To Come.
A fantastic post by a good friend….. These are my thoughts… …shared mostly so you can understand where I am coming from, even if you disagree with me. It is 11:47 pm right now and I should be sleeping. I should be sleeping but I am unable to. One hour ago, it appeared that … Continue reading
U.S. Presidential flag, 1960-present (not usually called a "standard" in official U.S. government terminology). It is defined in Executive Order 10860. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) With the November election upon us, I think it’s a time to talk about leadership, what a leader is and is not. The qualities of a leader and the qualities of … Continue reading
Benjamin Franklin (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Words are powerful things; they have the power to change history, to create revolution and to mend broken hearts. I was reminded of this fact this morning when I gave the following quote to a friend: There are three things extremely hard: steel, a diamond, and to know one’s self. … Continue reading
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