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    Tag: DNRE

    A Real Conservative

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Tue Nov 23, 2010 at 07:10:44 AM EST
    Tags: Ray Franz, Dan Scripps, HB 6564, Water, DNRE, Gerald VanWoerkom, Patty Birkholtz, Windmills, Great Lakes (all tags)

    Ray Franz was beaten at the ballot box by a gift of circumstance.. in 2008.

    His stands have not wavered since then.  In fact in the time since the 2008 election, he has solidified people's understanding of his principles, he has worked hard, and he earned a seat in Michigan's 101st district.  A good and decent soon to be citizen legislator, Ray understands like most conservatives, that what ails us is not too little government, but rather a bit much of the opposite.

    Ray is not afraid to come out swinging, and we have been lucky to catch a letter to the editor he has authored, that has bearing on all of us in Michigan and addresses action by some who have been shown the door, and some who still don't get it.

    Please proceed through the fold..

    (2 comments, 967 words in story) Full Story

    Who Does Jennifer Granholm think she is?

    By jenkuz, Section News
    Posted on Wed Feb 17, 2010 at 07:13:57 PM EST
    Tags: Granholm, jobs, coal, power plant, EPA, DNRE (all tags)

    She isn't a Democrat, she thinks of herself more as a QUEEN.

    People around town are asking, "What is going on with the air permit?"  The only logical answer is that Jennifer Granholm wants Wolverine's air permit put on hold until the EPA comes out with a plan to implement what the legislature tried to do with Cap and Trade.

    You see, Jennifer Granhom does not want this clean coal plant to happen, and she believes that a small town in the frozen north is not going to harm her party's chances at election time.

    The Advance reports in the February 3, 2010 issue,

    (5 comments, 878 words in story) Full Story

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