• Justin Verlander Traded to Astros for 3 Prospects After Deal Was Called Off

    Justin Verlander Traded to Astros for 3 Prospects After Deal Was Called Off

    The Detroit Tigers traded starting pitcher Justin Verlander to the Houston Astros late Thursday night, Houston announced, after the deal was initially called off. The Detroit Free Press‘ Anthony Fenech and FanRag Sports’ Jon Heyman first reported the trade. Heyman added the Astros will send prospects Franklin Perez, Daz Cameron and Jake Rogers to […]

  • See median income, other demographics of your Michigan school district

    See median income, other demographics of your Michigan school district

    Students head for the entrance during the first day of school at Western High School on Wednesday, August 23, 2017. (J. Scott Park | Mlive.com)(MLive file photo) 90 shares By Julie Mack What’s the median income of families who live in your school district? What percent of schoolchildren go to […]

  • Yanked From the Stage: The Downfall of Rick Snyder

    Yanked From the Stage: The Downfall of Rick Snyder

    Yanked From the Stage: The Downfall of Rick Snyder If you want to know where your member of Congress stands on the conservative spectrum and receive updates on the issues that matter most to conservatives, register for a Conservative Review® account today. Register Eight days before a historic landslide defeat […]

  • Colbeck: On Michigan roads, to tax or not to tax?

    Colbeck: On Michigan roads, to tax or not to tax?

    Via http://www.detroitnews.com/story/opinion/2014/12/02/colbeck-funding-michigan-roads/19797563/ Michigan’s road debate continues. Proponents of tax increases have an extremely strong lobbying base. They have incessantly pushed a false narrative that our roads cannot be fixed without tax increases, despite our citizens already being subject to the fifth highest gas taxes in the country. After having served as […]

  • Justice goes to prison to weigh Mich. sentencing system.

    Justice goes to prison to weigh Mich. sentencing system.

    Jackson — On an early March tour of Michigan’s prison intake center, new Supreme Court Justice Richard Bernstein learned that corrections officials want more guidance from judges about their expectations for the lawbreakers sent here. New prisoners and rearrested parole absconders are processed at the three-building complex before being assigned […]

  • Unsolved Michigan murder mystery

    Unsolved Michigan murder mystery

    Via http://www.albionmich.com/history/histor_notebook/R981019.shtml Albion Recorder, Monday, October 19, 1998, pg. 4‘Tis the season for election campaigns, for posters, buttons, bumper stickers, fundraising, speeches, front lawn signs, letters to the editor denouncing the “other sides” candidate, and “voter guides” that are religiously passed out in local churches. This culminates on the first Tuesday […]

  • Victories and Losses at the February 2015 MIGOP State Convention

    Victories and Losses at the February 2015 MIGOP State Convention

    Now that I have had a week to simmer, I am able to coherently put my thoughts down on what happened during last week’s MIGOP state convention. It was a tough one for grassroots conservatives and liberty-minded folks in many respects, but it was not without a silver lining. It […]

  • MIRSnews.com Monday

    MIRSnews.com Monday

    The Michigan Republican Party (MRP) could come out against the same ballot proposal its Governor, Rick Snyder, is actively supporting, MRP chair candidate Norm Hughes says. Hughes also talks about whether he supports Republican National Committeeman Dave Agema and if he voted for Snyder in the last election. Also, does […]

  • Politicians who break their Oath of Office

    Politicians who break their Oath of Office

    Politicians who break their Oath of Office or their Campaign promises need to get their heads handed to them in the next election. We need politicians that are statesmen AND who have the COURAGE to stand up to opposition from the other party, AND from the opposition from within their […]

  • The pathetic reality of the Republican Party

    The pathetic reality of the Republican Party

    Published: Thursday, October 30, 2014 http://chuckbaldwinlive.com/Articles/tabid/109/ID/1254/There-You-Go-Again.aspx   Reince Priebus, the chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC), was on a conference call this past Monday evening, which was sponsored by TheTeaParty.net and attended by hundreds of Tea Party activists. During the conference call, a Tea Party activist asked him about […]

  • Agema Rescinds Weiser Endorsement: Supports Horning and Steele for U of M Regent

    Agema Rescinds Weiser Endorsement: Supports Horning and Steele for U of M Regent

    I am pleased to share this message from Dave Agema with voting delegates to the Michigan Republican State Convention on Saturday in Novi. (See Mr. Agema’s words below the photo of Horning and Steele in “quotes”.) “Dear Republican precinct delegate, This Saturday you and I will be exercising our responsibility […]

  • Congressman Bentivolio Returns U.S. Chamber of Commerce Award

    Congressman Bentivolio Returns U.S. Chamber of Commerce Award

    WASHINGTON, DC — The US Chamber of Commerce, the largest Pro-Amnesty group in the country, awarded incumbent Congressman Kerry Bentivolio its Spirit of Enterprise Award earlier this Congress. Earlier today, Congressman Kerry Bentivolio rejected the award. “The US Chamber is in the pocket of Communist China and big companies seeking […]

  • D.C. Court Ruling Deals New Blow to Michigan Medicaid Expansion

    D.C. Court Ruling Deals New Blow to Michigan Medicaid Expansion

    ObamaCare and Michigan Medicaid Expansion was dealt a severe blow Tuesday as a federal appeals court panel ruled that government subsidies should be cut off for the majority of low- and middle-income residents currently receiving help with their insurance premiums under the program. In a 2-1 vote, a panel of […]

  • Detroit police chief gives credit to armed citizens for drop in crime

    Detroit police chief gives credit to armed citizens for drop in crime

    Craig (Daniel Mears / The Detroit News) Detroit— Fed up with crime, some armed Detroiters have developed itchy trigger-fingers — and Police Chief James Craig said lawbreakers are getting the message. In the latest incident, police say an 88-year-old who was beaten and robbed inside his east side home last […]

  • Justin Amash’s support for free enterprise earns enmity of Big Business

    Justin Amash’s support for free enterprise earns enmity of Big Business

    The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has jumped into a Republican congressional primary in Michigan, trying to defeat incumbent Rep. Justin Amash. Amash’s crime: being stubbornly consistent in opposing big government. The Chamber’s endorsement of Amash’s opponent helps clarify some things that have long been true, but which have been muddled […]

  • Sentences in Steve Utash mob beating are not justice

    Sentences in Steve Utash mob beating are not justice

    We watched the system at work. We watched the court proceedings and saw a judge dispense punishment in the beating of Steve Utash last spring. We watched — and waited — for justice. We’re still waiting. Utash was 54 years old and weighed 155 pounds when he was attacked. He […]

  • See Bridgeport Man Arrested for Violating Time Limit at Township Meeting

    BRIDGEPORT TOWNSHIP, MI — Police in Bridgeport Township arrested a man at a township board meeting after he exceeded a three-minute time limit during public comments. A township official said it’s not the first time police escorted the man out of a meeting for a similar reason. The man, identified […]

 

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