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Tag: Jen Gratz
The era of ever increasing tuition, leftist games, foreign technology transfers and racist admission policies could be over.
I'll let Henry cover this one
Replacing retiring President Mary Sue Coleman offers the University of Michigan a historic opportunity to reboot with an administrator who embraces a 21st century, colorblind admissions policy that is succeeding in states like California. The university's board could signal the new era by including Jennifer Gratz on its presidential search committee.Its a good start.
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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Indiana TEA Partiers flush their career Senate RINO.
via USA Today
Sen. Richard Lugar of Indiana was defeated in the state's Republican primary Tuesday, ending the 36-year career of a GOP elder statesman and handing the Tea Party movement its biggest upset victory so far in the 2012 elections.
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From one of my heroes in the Michigan Fight For What is Right. Jen Gratz makes it clear why she supports Dave Agema for Republican National Committeeman:
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By JGillman, Section News
Sometimes folks embellish a little when talking about accomplishments. Perhaps to "color" the experience they wish to share, or to keep interest of those who are falling asleep during the story of their "great mountain lion hunt" on Mackinac Island.
There are times and places appropriate for stretching of the truth.. Not LYING mind you.. but simply "seasoning".
One of these should not be when seeking a position of trust. Little white lies, indefensible inaccuracies, half truths.. not so good when looking to be elected.
It seems we will always see more of those aberrations from decency however. No matter which election, or political party that is involved, some people either conveniently forget their REAL accomplishments, or they hope the public will.
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Ann Arbor is hardly a bastion of right wing sympathy, and in fact has been referred to with many different flavors of name calling suggesting socialist, communist, and otherwise far leftist philosophy. The population as a whole is decidedly left of center on most issues. It should come as no surprise that discover the leadership of the resident university is quite comfortable with that characteristic.
But at what point does having an opinion that differs from that of a majority of Michiganders become an action that differs with a rule of LAW?
The Michigan Civil Rights Initiative which was passed in November of 2006 and became law December 22nd, that same year. The MCRI made illegal, the preferential practices based on race often used with university admissions. At least the case that spawned the initiative Gratz V. Bollinger was a result of the mechanisms of those university preferences.
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