Michigan

Michigan: Militia Members Acquitted

4 Comments 27 March 2012

Judge acquits 7 Hutaree militia members accused of terrorist overthrow plot 4:31 PM, March 27, 2012 In a sharp rebuke, a federal judge today acquitted seven members of a Lenawee County militia group of plotting to overthrow the U.S. government with weapons of mass destruction. U.S. District Judge Victoria Roberts said federal prosecutors failed in [...]

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World

Day 2 Obamacare At Supreme Court, Listen To Discussion

No Comments 27 March 2012

LISTEN: Highlights From The Heated Discussion Over Obamacare At The Supreme Court Robert Libetti The Supreme Court had some tough questions for Solicitor General Donald Verrilli in Day 2 of the arguments on Obamacare – the most important case the court is hearing since Roe vs. Wade. Read more and listen at The Business Insider [...]

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Michigan

Ontonagon: School Overspending $117K, 90 Less Students, No Layoffs

No Comments 27 March 2012

Ontonagon schools turns down layoffs March 27, 2012 By STACEY KUKKONEN The Daily Mining Gazette ONTONAGON – The Ontonagon Area School District Board of Education opted not to lay off five teachers after a lengthy debate during the meeting Monday evening. The educators – Ken Raisanen, Dennis Simi, Dana Brookins, Jim Waters and Jon Uotila [...]

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Wisconsin

Niagara: Former New Page Buildings Removed

No Comments 27 March 2012

Niagara mill buildings razed March 27, 2012 By LISA M. HOFFMANN – Staff Writer , The Daily News NIAGARA, Wis. – Niagara Development is preparing the former NewPage Paper Mill property in Niagara for large scale industrial users. The 1,300-acre property on the Menominee River in Dickinson and Marinette counties was purchased by Niagara Development [...]

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Wisconsin: Will Tom Barrett Spoil The Kathleen Falk Party

No Comments 27 March 2012

Marquette Law school has it’s election poll out. We have some questions after you read the article. Marquette Law School Poll shows Romney leading Santorum in GOP primary; Walker slightly ahead in close recall race 03.27.2012 · Posted in Analysis Barrett leads in Democratic primary if he enters race for governor Gubernatorial candidates The potential [...]

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Madison: Socialist Students Protest Gun Crimes

No Comments 27 March 2012

So why did other groups of students in Madison not want to protest with the socialists at their protest today? UW students to rally against recent shootings Posted: Mar 27, 2012 12:28 PM CDT By Jennifer Kliese MADISON (WKOW) — University of Wisconsin-Madison students will rally Tuesday afternoon, to call attention to the recent shooting deaths [...]

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World

Chocolate Diet Can Keep You Thin

No Comments 27 March 2012

Finally a diet most of us can do. Eating lots of chocolate helps people stay thin, study finds By Ryan Jaslow (CBS News) What’s the best way to stay thin? A new study finds it’s exercising and eating a healthy diet full of – chocolate? Mindless eating: 8 food goofs that pack on pounds The study [...]

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Congressman Fined $23K, Was It Another Republican

No Comments 27 March 2012

$23,000 in fines handed out. FEC fines Charlie Rangel $23K for apartment misuse Rep. Charlie Rangel has agreed to pay a $23,000 civil fine for effectively taking campaign contributions in the form of a rent-regulated apartment turned campaign office, according to Federal Election Commission documents. An FEC letter dated Friday says that Rangel, a 21-term [...]

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Wis.Teachers Union, Occupy Need To Hire Better Protesters, You Tube

No Comments 27 March 2012

Protester were outside Americans For Prosperity event in Milwaukee this past Saturday. You have to watch and ask yourself, do the protesters really know what they are talking about? Maybe they should get educated students from some other state to do their protests. From EAG TV. Teachers Union Ally Occupy Milwaukee Protests Scott Walker, AFP [...]

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Wisconsin Unions (Children) Still Acting Up

No Comments 27 March 2012

Story from Jerry Bader at WTAQ from Green Bay. Seems his listeners and their families have to put up with child like tactics from the unions. Wouldn’t doubt that some of this was perpetrated by some teachers. “Color Yourself Lucky” UPDATED WITH ANOTHER LISTENER’S STORY Saturday March 24, 2012 Posted 2 days, 16 hours ago by Jerry Bader A [...]

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