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While we battle to save the soul of the country, it is nearly impossible to keep up with the rampant disinformation of the left.
One problem conservatives face, is that of correcting the factual errors promulgated by those who wish to "CHANGE" our country into a socialist dystopia. The group "By Any Mean Necessary" (BAMN) lives up to their moniker recently by straight up lying to (incredibly) dumb kids and turning them loose as hecklers and instigators. The tool so often employed by progressives was in full overdrive as Jen Gratz attempted to speak with college liberty types about the landmark Michigan initiative she won in 2006.
"Several of the ninth grade BAMN members erroneously believed that Gratz had sued only the black students at UM, instead of the university itself. They repeated this claim in interviews with The Daily Caller after the event.Ignoring the fact she sued the School itself and the board of regents, even after being corrected.
"Facts are so overrated"
Sez the left.
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By KG One, Section News
This one just hot off the wire!
According to today's Detroit News, The Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati effectively told Michigan Voters to go spin on it, and struck down the MCRI passed overwhelmingly by Michigan Voters back in '06 to combat institutional racism at U of M along with other state institutions.
The case stems from a lawsuit and a string of unsuccessful appeals filed by U of M students and faculty, and a group of ne'er-do-wells known as BAMN.
A copy of the 6th's decision can be read here.
No word yet from Jennifer Gratz, Leon Drolett and the others who were instrumental in getting the MCRI approved.
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