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Sept 11th Ludington-Mason County US 10/31 Intersection between Meijer and Taco Bell. Parking at Taco Bell or Park&Ride.
Two sessions: 8:00-11:00am and 3:30-6:30pm. Please come! You can bring signs or we can make them when you get here! Just come!
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Join us in a rally against the Democratic Health Care bill.
Tomorrow, March 20th
Make your signs, bring your flags.
The Democratic majority are not listening to us, but we can let our neighbors know where we stand.
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Conservative principles are simple - limited government, low taxes, personal freedom and liberty. The latter is not possible without your life. Our Founding Fathers, in their wisdom, listed life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness as our unalienable rights in the Declaration of Independence. It is interesting that the list is in the exact order it should be in since you cannot pursue happiness without liberty, and surely can't have liberty without life. Liberals have turned that on its head by stealing our liberty piece by piece by way of an ever-expanding government that is on an unending campaign to put every citizen under its thumb through government dependency. Even worst, the first unalienable right - life - is no more. At least not for babies. Or the infirm. Or seniors. But every bleeding-hearted liberal is against capital punishment for murderers. Be that as it may, conservative principles have been the mainstay of the Republican party. That is, until 'moderates' came onto the scene. These are people that call themselves Republicans, but don't stand on conservative principles. It is hard in fact to figure out what foundation they do stand on.
Thus enter Rick Snyder, one of several GOP gubernatorial candidates this year. I have at least met most of the other candidates with the exception of Snyder. A year ago, I couldn't have told you who the man was, but he has launched a campaign that included a SuperBowl campaign ad. The theme? Michigan needs a nerd:
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This is the third post in a series focusing on the issue of pro-life leading up to the critical 2010 elections, which will be a turning point for Michigan and the nation. Life is constantly under attack. Not only the unborn, but also our seniors. We must arm ourselves with knowledge, and fight such devaluing as it affects us all as a society.
Last week, I covered the moral pro-life argument against the murder of the innocent. In formulating the argument, I mentioned that we all live within the framework of certain laws. These are universal laws that were imposed by The Creator over which we have no control. There are several levels of natural laws, which in my estimation are as follows in order:
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And we wonder why the city of Detroit particularly the Detroit Public School System is in such a crisis? There are private businesses paying taxes they are not legally supposed to, and the tax money that should be in their pocket is being given to the DPS. This is especially alarming since the DPS is barely operating as it is and they are doing it with money they are NOT supposed to have. What a sloppy mess!
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President Bush's budget plan would cut Medicaid funding for the state by 173 (M) million dollars in the fiscal year that starts October first.
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The Rebekah Warren Whip Them Puppies Out So I Can Sue For Free Monies Act
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