World

Political Fun Makes Money For Clay Pigeons

No Comments 12 March 2012

Clay pigeons bear political faces  CENTRALIA, Wash., March 12 (UPI) — Two Washington state men are selling clay pigeons with the faces of public figures, including President Barack Obama, for politically frustrated skeet shooters. Dan Klug and Dan Rich, co-creators of Bastard Blasters of Centralia, said they created the clay pigeons to be collectors’ items, [...]

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Trouble In Paradise, Obama Losing Women Vote, Shocking

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Obama Fares Worse Among Women after Month-Long Contraception Mandate Battle Washington Post poll contradicts Washington Post narrative about female voters. 2:37 PM, MAR 12, 2012 • BY JOHN MCCORMACK How’s the great contraception mandate battle of 2012 playing out? If you read the Washington Post’s news coverage, the issue is supposedly killing Republicans among female [...]

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Sports

Calumet: Cross Country Ski Race Enjoyed By All

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Bear Chasers enjoy course March 12, 2012 By KURT HAUGLIE – DMG writer (khauglie@mininggazette.com) , The Daily Mining Gazette CALUMET TOWNSHIP – At 13 years old, Mitchell DeLong is getting a good start on a career as a cross country ski racer. DeLong, who is from Calumet, finished first overall in the 14-and-under age division [...]

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Wisconsin

Wisconsin GAB Doing What Democrats and Unions Demand

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State elections board allows Fitzgerald recall MADISON — The Wisconsin elections board voted unanimously Monday to order recalls against four Republican state senators, determining that enough valid signatures were submitted in each case to make them stand for election perhaps as early as May. The Government Accountability Board did not vote on whether there are [...]

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Wisconsin

Milwaukee Police Chief Proposes New Gun Laws

No Comments 12 March 2012

Flynn Proposes More Gun Laws Boy, there’s a lot of concealed carry news today. Milwaukee’s Police Chief is proposing some changes to Wisconsin’s gun laws that deserve some evaluation. It is a bit disengenuous that he would wait until the final week of the legislative session – when there is virtually no time to properly [...]

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Sports

Clubs Help Deer All Winter Long

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Sportsmen’s Club, individuals feed deer all winter March 12, 2012 By GARRETT NEESE , Houghton Daily Mining Gazette CALUMET – Where do the deer go in winter? It’s not a question Jerry Fehrmann has to ask. Around 4:30 p.m., he’s got dozens of them in his backyard, feeding. Fehrmann, who lives near Sedar Bay in [...]

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Michigan

“Making Democracy Work Student Essay Contest”

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Benishek urges students to enter democracy essay contest March 12, 2012 The Daily News WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Dan Benishek of Iron River is encouraging students from the Upper Michigan area to participate in the 2012 “Making Democracy Work Student Essay Contest” sponsored by the United States Capitol Historic Society. “This contest is an [...]

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Iron County Residents Angry and Frustrated Over Wis Democrats

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3/12/2012 1:24:00 AM ‘We need jobs now’ MONTREAL, Wis. – Frustrated, disappointed and angry Iron County residents rallied Saturday in hopes of resurrecting Gogebic Taconite’s apparently dead mining proposal. “We need jobs now!” the crowd often chanted. Last week iron mining reform legislation died out in the Wisconsin Senate; the Assembly-drafted bill was one vote [...]

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Michigan

Michigan: Union Push Back

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Push for Amendment Protecting Collective Bargaining Launches in Michigan A push to protect collective bargaining in Michigan officially launched on Tuesday. Posted: 6:32 PM Mar 6, 2012 Reporter: Lindsay Veremis A push to protect collective bargaining in Michigan officially launched on Tuesday. Union workers and others opposed to “Right to Work” laws have now begun [...]

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World

Miami: Student Stands On Corner For Bad Grades

No Comments 12 March 2012

Florida parents force son to stand on corner with sign as punishment for bad grades Published March 12, 2012 FoxNews.com MIAMI – A Miami seventh-grader’s parents are forcing their son to stand on a street corner with a sign describing his failures in school after he got bad grades, WSVN reports. Michael Bell. Jr. will [...]

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