A Michigan farmer describes the Michigan state Atty. Gen.'s latest attack against his family. The state wants to define the pigs he raises as "invasive species" and prohibit him from doing business. This is the latest from the busy bodies who seek nothing but control and to further limit the freedom of family farms.Read more »
Family farmer the target of government harassment as corporations use government agents to cripple competition contends farmer. Allegedly, BILL SCHUETTE, while in Congress and serving on the House Agriculture Committee, made some "friends" in certain places that would benefit by pushing non factory farmers out of business. Now as the Attorney General of Michigan seems to be implementing political favors for these special interests and taking every opportunity to harass small family farms to the point of bankruptcy.Read more »
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder announced Friday that the state will take over the operations of Detroit's city government due to its long-standing financial problems. The takeover is short of a formal bankruptcy, but it will include appointing an emergency manager who would have many of the same powers as a bankruptcy judge. It could mean throwing out contracts with public employee unions and vendors that the city can't afford, and could lead to further cutbacks in already depleted city services.Read more »
CAW president Ken Lewenza said Monday he will join thousands of American union activists protesting outside the Michigan state legislature Tuesday (Dec. 11) over Republican efforts to ram through right-to-work legislation. “An attack on workers, regardless of any border, is an attack on the labour movement in general,” said Lewenza. “I think it’s incredibly important to let our friends in Michigan know they have the support of workers in Canada.”Read more »
Conservative Michigan Republican state legislor draws scrutiny and ire for publicly stating that homosexuality is "a lifestyle choice."Read more »
Michigan's Governor is trying to forcefully block a private company from using their private pipeline as they see fit.
I guess if you own it, you're not allowed to do with it as you please? :(Read more »
The 0.2-mil property tax for the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) passed by a huge margin in Metro Detroit's primary election. It will cost taxpayers with a homeowner's market value of $200,000 and a taxable value of $100,000 an additional $20 annually.Read more »
GRAND RAPIDS -- School district leaders today conceded that a man who walked into Aberdeen Elementary to vote on Tuesday -- with an openly visible handgun holstered to his waist -- did not violate the law.Read more »
Eric Dompierre loves sports, especially basketball. Eric never let his Down Syndrome stop him from playing but now he may have to cheer on his team from the bleachers. Its a battle between Eric's family and the Michigan High School Athletic Association with the latter claiming that because he's 19 years old, Eric isn't allowed to play in his senior year of high school.Read more »
Michigan is all smoke a mirrors with their latest attempt to repeal their helmet law. Even if it passes, it's only a semi-victory for liberty.Read more »
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