Keeping the grass roots growing!!
Added by William Gavette on March 14, 2016 at 5:00pm — No Comments
FLINT — Judge Byron Konschuh’s nearly 20-month fight with the legal system has come to an end with all felony charges against him dismissed.
After 6 ½ hours of mediation negotiations in front of retired Genesee County Circuit Court Robert Ransom in Tom Pabst’s Flint law offices, Shiawassee County Prosecutor Deanna Finnegan agreed Tuesday to drop the five felony charges against Konschuh.
“The justice system won here,” Pabst said.
Konshuch, whose annual…Continue
Added by William Gavette on March 9, 2016 at 4:30pm — No Comments
First, let me describe what I believe to be traditional or true political conservatism. True political conservatism has five core principles: (1) Respect for the Constitution and its literal interpretation, (2) Limited federal government and respect for state’s rights, (3) Fiscal responsibility - low taxes, balanced budget, and low debt, (4)…Continue
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In a race that contains a record number of candidates, voters have their work cut out for them in preparing for the Nov. 3 special primary election ballot for Lapeer County’s 82nd House District seat.
Eleven republicans and three democrats whose names will crowd that ballot are vying for Lapeer County voters’ attention. In truly American style, voters have a plethora of choices and we think that’s a good thing. Competition is healthy and, from our perspective, voters…Continue
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Here is an article from Breitbart.com regarding Disney firing American workers and bringing to the USA, South Asian workers to replace them. The American workers were told to train the foreign workers or they would not receive any severance pay. Also, the foreign workers were instructed to video/audio record their time with the American workers:…Continue
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There has been a lot of recent controversy surrounding the confederate flag. We are in the process of removing it from all public display, use, sale, and possession.
I must point out that this fervent activity is about much more than removing this one symbol from public life. This is merely the opening pretext that will be used by radical historical revisionists for removing other symbols of our American history and culture.
There are now calls for the cleansing…Continue
Added by Tim Lintz on July 17, 2015 at 5:37pm — No Comments
With the school year winding down to just a few days, we want to salute the more than 500 graduating seniors of the “new” Lapeer High School. Congratulations grads on completing your high school career, and for your successful part in Lapeer’s return to a single high school for the first time in 37 years.
We also want to salute Lapeer’s school board,…
Added by William Gavette on May 31, 2015 at 4:47am — No Comments
Parade, ceremonies to honor those who gave all
BY PHIL FOLEY
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LAPEER COUNTY — For many people Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer. It’s a time to put the boat in the water, fire up the grill and have fun with the family.
There are those, however, who know what it really means. Originally established as Decoration Day, a day to decorate the graves of Civil War dead, it has evolved into Memorial…Continue
Added by William Gavette on May 25, 2015 at 9:00am — No Comments
MAY TEA PARTY MEETING SUMMARY
As you may expect the big news this month was the resounding defeat of the increase in the sales tax from 6% to 7%. May I say thank you to all those who took the time to vote. When we work together good things can happen.
At the May Lapeer Tea Party meeting people’s concerns about fracking in our state was heard and discussed. As you may know fracking is a form of extracting oil and gas from the areas in the…Continue
Added by Tim Lintz on May 10, 2015 at 7:21pm — No Comments
The polls open on May 5th to vote on Proposal 1. This proposal will determine if the sales tax is raised from 6 cents to 7 cents in Michigan. If you think this will never pass, don’t count on it. One of the problems is when people think like that and don’t bother to go to the polls to vote. Those in favor of it passing are counting on it! The fewer people going to the polls may just pass this bill.
There are so…Continue
Added by Tim Lintz on May 1, 2015 at 11:50am — No Comments
My opinion on the Proposal 1 Road Funding is that it is not a road funding proposal and does not even meet the criteria as a well thought out proposal. It is up for vote because Lansing could not agree on funding and left it up to the voters. Further, it represents a failure of the Governor and Legislature to do the job they were elected to do. Only a slight majority of the $2 Billion it raises goes to road funding, parts of this proposal go to increased educational funding,…Continue
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