1 vote

Breathe Easy! Don't Break the Law!

Breathe Easy! Don't Break the Law!

Local uniform business creates shirts to combat anti-police sentiment arising from the brutal Eric Garner murder.

Local police worshipers believe the police have the right to interfere with your breathing if you break the law! So if one jay walks they believe they have legal authority to strangle you!

The police state is alive and well in Michiana as the sheeple flock by the thousands to buy this sick propaganda.

13 votes

Liberty is dead in Berrien County Michigan! Activist jailed without evidence!

Today is a depressing day in MI as a local activist Rev. Pinkney is imprisoned for up to 10 years with no evidence!

This is what happens when you try to make meaningful change. The local racket (judicial system) falsely imprisons you for taking part in the election process to remove a corrupt mayor.


15 votes

Michigan Republicans Spearhead Charge Towards Internet Sales Tax

Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville, a Monroe Republican, said he held a vote on the legislation because it was the “right thing” to do...

“This has been a freebie for people for a long time,” Richardville said. “It’s not a new tax. We’ve got laws that are on the books. People have been bypassing those laws and it’s time to pay the taxes that are due. Nobody likes taxes, but if they’re owed they’re owed.”


2 votes

Charges Dropped For Cop Who Fatally Shot Sleeping 7-Year-Old Girl

In all of the melee resulting from the shooting of Michael Brown by Officer Darren Wilson, the media has overlooked a number of other very important shootings of unarmed civilians by police officers. One of the most egregious offenses is that of Officer Joseph Weekley’s fatal shooting of 7-year-old Aiyana Stanley-Jones.

Officer Weekley recently saw manslaughter charge dropped against him, for shooting the 7-year-old while she slept.
The Detroit police officer had been on trial for involuntary manslaughter who was shot and killed during a 2010 police raid.

17 votes

Police State: Pure Michigan

DNR thug gangs rule over the lowly citizens. Turn that off! You will be arrested.


29 votes

Justin Amash: "Americans are becoming more libertarian, and so will congress"

Is the libertarian message winning? Coasting toward a major electoral victory next week, freedom-friendly Congressman Justin Amash certainly thinks so—even if Washington, D.C. isn't listening yet.

1 vote

Republican Congressional Nominee George Brikho to Open Medical Marijuana Provisioning Center, Saving Lives While Bolstering Mich


Republican Congressional Nominee George Brikho to Open Medical Marijuana Provisioning Center

Saving Lives While Bolstering Michigan’s Fragile Economic Recovery is Brikho’s Goal

9th District Republican Congressional Candidate George Brikho is moving forward with his plan to open a medical marijuana dispensary in Madison Heights, a move that he hopes will advance his political, humanitarian and entrepreneurial goals.

11 votes

The UN is in Detroit Investigating Human Rights Violations.

Officials (minus blue helmets) from the United Nations are in Detroit investigating Human Rights Violations due to the city water shut offs.


18 votes

Local Township Meeting Promptly Adjourned When Citizens Start Talking About Politics (Union Twshp MI)

Union Township supervisor adjourns meeting mid-public comment

By Randi Shaffer, The Morning Sun

POSTED: 10/09/14, 5:12 PM EDT

Union Township’s supervisor drew the ire of some local residents when he closed the public comment portion of Wednesday night’s meeting early after expressing displeasure in the way the conversation was going.

“I can adjourn the meeting any time I want,” Supervisor Russ Alwood said after pounding the gavel during Union Township resident John Zerbe’s allotted three minutes for public comment.

13 votes

Justin Amash is 'Lobbyists' Worst Enemy' according to Washingtonian Mag

Washingtonian magazine this week released its fifteenth biennial survey on the best and worst of all the Congresscritters roaming our great nation's swampy capital.

The publication takes a jab at them:

Despite approval ratings lower than Vladimir Putin's, the men and women of the 113th Congress have continued to debate, investigate, raise funds, and campaign with ebullience. Seeing as little if any legislation arises from their activities, it's apparent that if there are winners and losers, hits and misses, the average citizen isn't privy to the scorecard.

4 votes

Detroit Homeowner Offers To Swap East Side Home For New iPhone 6

Some people are willing to give up just about anything to get their hands on a new iPhone 6 — including their home.

A real estate listing says a homeowner is offering to swap a two-story brick colonial on Detroit’s east side for a new iPhone 6 or a 32gb iPad.

The 2,400 sq. ft. house at 11954 Laing, is located in a neighborhood near Kelly Road and Morang Avenue. The home is described as an “investor special,” with three bedrooms, one-and-a-half baths, a finished basement and two-car garage. A ceiling fan is among the home’s other listed features.

5 votes

First Bipartisan Gubernatorial and Senatorial Debates To Be Held October Third

Detroit, MI – Speculation on whether or not the top of ticket candidates will debate has ended. Michiganders will have there first opportunity to see two gubernatorial candidates present their case in the same forum. As an additional bonus, two candidates for United States Senate will be facing off in the same forum. The Tri-County Political Information Awareness Community Forum, sponsored by World Changers Political Action Information Team will commence on Friday October 3 at First Baptist World Changers, 22575 WEST 8 Mile Road, Detroit, MI 48219.

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