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    Tag: Cloward & Piven Strategy full-scale field test

    Well, this is...interesting.

    By KG One, Section News
    Posted on Tue Dec 03, 2013 at 10:25:59 PM EST
    Tags: Detroit, Bankruptcy, Gov. Rick Snyder, EM Kevyn Orr, P.A. 4 of 2011, P.A. 72 of 1990, P.A. 436 of 2012, Judge Steven Rhodes, Usual suspects:, Jerome Cavanagh, Roman Gribs, Coleman Young, Kwame Kilpatrick, Monica Conyers, Kwame Kenyatta, JoAnn Watson, Charles Pugh, Cloward & Piven Strategy full-scale field test, Not helping to pay Detroit's debts:, Graham Beal, Annemarie Erickson, Eugene Gargaro Jr, Cynthia Pasky, Saul Green (all tags)

    It really didn't surprise anyone watching the first-hand effects of democrat's "leadership" skills in action (a.k.a. Full-scale Cloward & Piven field test) in what was once known as Detroit.

    In a very anticipated decision in Federal Court downtown this morning, Judge Steven Rhodes ruled that Detroit CAN file for Chapter 9 Bankruptcy.

    However, things aren't as cut and dried as they seem on the surface.

    And just what might those things be?

    {Story continues after the fold}

    (2 comments, 843 words in story) Full Story

    Hoo boy! (or why vetting candidates is very, very important)

    By KG One, Section News
    Posted on Sat Mar 16, 2013 at 11:41:00 AM EST
    Tags: Detroit, Cloward & Piven Strategy full-scale field test, democratic "leadership", Gov Snyder, no leadership whatsoever, "Enter at your own risk!", Mayor Bing, Detroit City Council, Kevyn Orr, Time to put the adults in charge, Not quite what I had in mind, Who pays those anymore? (all tags)

    This one is sure to give you a laugh (or make you cry, take your pick).

    People, I couldn't make this stuff up if I tried.

    {Continued below the fold}

    (8 comments, 192 words in story) Full Story

    A Message To Our Legislators - Beware False Choices

    mALice Sharpton's Crew now Descend...

    By Corinthian Scales, Section Multimedia
    Posted on Thu Mar 07, 2013 at 07:29:02 PM EST
    Tags: Chapter 9, City of Detoilet, Cloward & Piven Strategy full-scale field test, mALice Sharpton, JoAnn Watson, Messe Jackson, DNC, Michigan Democratic Party voters = Useful Idiots (all tags)

    No bacon - No peace

    (1 comment) Comments >>

    If you thought that Michigan Taxpayers were given the screws with the Michigan Obabacare Exchange...

    By KG One, Section News
    Posted on Fri Mar 01, 2013 at 06:26:00 AM EST
    Tags: Cloward & Piven Strategy full-scale field test, And where do you think that is? Ready for another tax hike? It's not as it's actually your money anymore. (all tags)

    Poor decisions.

    Abandonment of core principles.

    Oh, and sticking Michigan Taxpayers with a ginormous bill for democratic party led gross malfeasance.

    Betcha didn't know about that one? Did ya?

    Read on, True Believers!

    {Continued below the fold}

    (4 comments, 300 words in story) Full Story

    Detroit's Fiscal Crisis has been solved!

    By KG One, Section Multimedia
    Posted on Sun Feb 03, 2013 at 11:20:23 AM EST
    Tags: RMS Titanic, City of Detroit, Cloward & Piven Strategy full-scale field test, Gov. Snyder, Mayor Bing, Detroit City Council, Time to put the adults in charge, Great plan Jessica, Robocop 2 (all tags)

    Cancel the EM.

    Things are shaping up nicely.

    I imagine that fiscal wreck that is Detroit's finances will right themselves in no time.

    {continued after the fold}

    (2 comments, 63 words in story) Full Story

    This is what happens when you treat Detroit City Government with kid gloves.

    By KG One, Section News
    Posted on Sun Oct 07, 2012 at 09:27:46 PM EST
    Tags: Detroit, Cloward & Piven Strategy full-scale field test, democratic "leadership", Gov Snyder, no leadership whatsoever, Detroit Police, "Enter at your own risk!" (all tags)

    It's been long reported here by myself and other writers the tragedy that has befallen, what was at one time, a very beautiful and thriving metropolis within the State of Michigan, before the democrats had taken over.

    After that sea-change event had occurred, the you-know-what hit the fan.

    Dependency on government assistance shot up at an exponential rate.

    Democratic "leaders" succeeded in polarizing residents based upon race.

    The public school system reported an astounding 25% rate. As in the number of students who have successfully graduated. I'm not even going to mention those 25% who cannot even actually read or write, yet were still given a diploma anyway.

    People became accustomed to electing corrupt and inept leadership at the school board, city and county level.

    Taxes began to creep up. Then they began to pile up on one another.

    Those who had the means (read: the producing class), packed their bags and left town. Some just plain skipped the bag packing part and simply left.

    Those corrupt and inept elected officials were finding it progressively difficult even managing a simple budget.

    Oh, but it gets even better.

    {Story continues after the fold.}

    (10 comments, 538 words in story) Full Story

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