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By JGillman, Section News
The US Supreme Court - Michigan edition
Benjamin Post - Court Decision Leaves Questions on Michigan
The Conservative Canvas - The Supreme Court
The Conservative Perspective - Time Has Run out
The Minority Report - Windsor and Hollingsworth's Silver Lining
The Voice Of One Crying Out In Suburbia - If you want to dance with Caesar, remember that Caesar calls the tune
Strangely I feel there is a message in that last title worth considering.
Looking to update the blogroll a little more completely.
Let me know of any MICHIGAN blogs (In the comments) that are missing from that list. Also note if any of the listed sites are no longer resolving correctly.
Thanks in advance!
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Happy Thanksgiving day to our community.
God has given us life, freedom, and all manner of other blessings. Not the least of which might be the ability to communicate with others among us.
Capitol Confidential - There'd Be No Thanksgiving Without the Profit Motive
Conservative Perspective - Happy Thanksgiving - 'Non nobis Domine, non nobis, sed Nomini Tuo da Gloriam'
Classical Values - Happy Thanksgiving
Hall Of Record - Thankful We Do Not Live In New York City
Grassroots In Michigan - A Story Of Thanksgiving
The Minority Report - Happy ThanksGiving
[CFP Through] Muskegan Pundit - Make Thanksgiving 2012 an `Agenda 21 Knowing Thanksgiving'
The Powers That Be - Obama Pardons and Absolves Turkey
Thoughts & Rantings - Happy Thanksgiving 2012
And of course:
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Well, it's sorta new.
For 5 good years, I blogged at PoliticalByline.com and on October 31, 2011 I closed up shop and the domain went black. My host jerked me around and I was going to quit.
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I'll be hitting the blog list cull and add session again soon enough, and figured it would be a good time to highlight a couple of our Michigan based blogs.
One that I am glad to see back up and regular is the Hall of Record. A Natural Solution to Our energy Needs today talks about the use of Natural Gas for vehicles. I have commentary, but will share it when there is a field to place it in. (Hint)
The Blog of Bodnar hits the national interest Republican presidential results of Iowa in Iowa Is Over Whats Next? Take a breath. Indeed.
Jack McHugh at CapCon picks up the right to work story recently highlighted by Mitch Daniels of Indiana. Strong Support for Right-to-Work Measures in the Michigan Legislature reminds us that there are folks in Lansing that have been actively pursuing this even over the fear of the nerd and senate majority leader.
Could cities in Michigan be the next to "ban the box"? The Wizard of Laws considers it in America's Newest Protected Class -- Felons! Keep the Crystal Ball warmed up wiz, and maybe some alka seltzer on the side. We'll need it.
Conservative First has been gracious enough to pass a few gems over to this forum in the last year. A few of them you may not have seen, but he highlights the best over at the Western Right.
Update [2012-1-5 7:29:0 by JGillman]: I HAD to add this. God Bless you Rose. Wayne County Taxpayers - Recalling Recall and Senate Joint Resolution 5 I am with you.
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I hope everyone had a great Christmas.
The Lions did a nice job on Christmas Eve, and the goodies that always seem so plentiful this time of year proved once again, that being full doesn't mean you have to stop eating. Christmas day was spent recuperating.
Getting out of the year thinner? Not an option.
Our newest thinning of the link love will start with the removal of Keepin' the Faith blog, which had as one of its last posts in 2009, a question: What is Conservatism? Among the answers:
"Conservatism is a group of core principles, or virtues, that are not solely political. Conservatism plays out in a broad political sense that takes into account the 'whole person.' We value the spiritual, marital, ecclesiastical, economic, social, and moral aspects of individuals live. We respect these, and many infinite more, as criteria necessary for an individual to determine his or her own happiness.
The next removal is the blog of Kevin Elsenheimer. Kevin is a good conservative who's political end came as the result of a timely newspaper blow up of a non issue during his narrowly lost run for a district judgeship. His blog hanging in the nether, and no longer updated Kevin Elsenheimer's blog" is now gone.
Not posting for over a year, Life with Mr. O is off.
That's it for the this round.
Detroit Wayne County Conservative (via the Examiner) Conservative - Thanksgiving 2011
CapCon - Larry Reed Classic - There'd Be No Thanksgiving Without The Profit Motive
Core Principles - Thanksgiving The Result Of Free Enterprise And Prayer
Dave Lambert - The Four Freedoms
The Minority Report - What Your Turkey Ate
Here Comes Later - A Morning Salute
Michigan Right To Life - Abortion Clinics Closed Permanently
Motor City Times - Thanksgiving Morning Linkage! WOW!
The Stoeker Factor - Last Comment Worth the Link.
The Wizard Of Laws - Giving Thanks
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Motor City Mac - Mad Mac still smells better
Motor City Times - But but but what about Mary Sue?
Henry Payne - Blown Away
Charlie LeDuff (Michigan View) - Occupy Detroit Tourist Guide
Core Principles - Snyder's Trojan Horse
External FeedsMetro/State News RSS from The Detroit News
+ Fitch: Detroit ruling won't spur flood of bankruptcies
+ Detroit-bought art at DIA worth between $452M and $866M
+ Detroit pensions fair game as bankruptcy begins
+ Man found fatally shot on Detroit's east side
+ Eastern Michigan student wounded in shooting to move
+ Detroit man in custody after seizure of hundreds of grams of narcotics
+ Snyder calls bankruptcy ruling 'great step forward'
+ Icy roads, fog create hazardous road conditions in parts of Michigan
+ Bankruptcy drama fit for film, but Detroit retirees unlikely to get happy ending
+ DNR: At least' wolves killed in Michigan hunt
+ Health officials warn of stomach illness in Michigan
+ Employees at 2 Ann Arbor bars see big mystery tips
+ Police respond to serious crash in Shelby Twp.
+ Novi judge's cases scrutinized
+ Suspect in bank robberies may face more charges
Politics RSS from The Detroit News
+ Obama: Income inequality a defining challenge
+ Health care subsidies open to fraud
+ Federal judge to hear challenge to Utah's same-sex marriage ban
+ Backers, foes clash on Michigan abortion insurance plan
+ WSU law school dean Benson will not run for Congress
+ Congress renews plastic gun ban for another decade
+ Updated healthcare.gov gets mixed reviews
+ Notre Dame sues Obama administration over birth control mandate
+ Michigan board OKs petitions to restrict abortion insurance coverage
+ Fast-tracked Michigan election funding bill may aid incumbents
+ Schuette to appeal order giving juvenile lifers a chance at parole
+ Year-end health sign-ups crucial
+ Gay weddings become reality in Hawaii with new law
+ High court ends Liberty U. lawsuit over health law
+ Obama officials: Health care website better, but work continues
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Sunday December 1st
Thursday November 28th
Tuesday November 26th