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    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Mon Feb 04, 2013 at 03:27:32 PM EST
    Tags: DOS Attacks, RightMichigan.com, Server, Downtime (all tags)

    We are working with the host and attempting to isolate the source of recent Denial of Service attacks.

    Please be patient as we address these issues and hopefully solve what has been a bit of a pain in the neck.

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    Updates and Frustrating Downtimes

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Wed Jul 20, 2011 at 10:41:06 AM EST
    Tags: Republicans, Democrats, Elections, US Senate, Stabenow, MIGOP, RightMichigan.com, Downtime (all tags)

    Hey folks, Its not a conspiracy that RightMichigan.com has been down more than a time or two recently.  The fact is, with the heat, and the Romanian surplus servers not being able to handle it, the connections fall apart once in a while.

    Anyhow, for now, we are back.

    Currently in the works, are US Senate candidate workups, and republican policy regarding primaries.

    The MI GOP has pointed out recently that Stabenow is vulnerable, which gives hope to any of those who have thrown a hat in the ring already, and perhaps even more as time goes by.  From a recent Press Release:

    LANSING - With her record of supporting ObamaCare, the "stimulus," and higher taxes on the middle class, U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow would lose the election if held today, a recent poll indicates.

    "There isn't a single social policy of Barack Obama's that Debbie Stabenow hasn't supported," said MRP Chairman Bobby Schostak. "These policies have inflicted continuous harm to Michigan jobs, our economy and - most significantly - on the working moms and dads of Michigan.

    "What's amazing is that Debbie Stabenow is oblivious to the pain and suffering the Obama policies have caused for Michigan's working parents," he said. "Now Stabenow supports higher taxes, greater borrowing, and out-of-control federal spending. Senator Stabenow, we ask: Where are all the jobs, the balanced budget, and the long-term recovery?"

    The poll, conducted by EPIC / MRA, surveyed 600 registered Michigan voters. An unbelievable 51 percent gave Stabenow a negative job-approval rating, and only 38 percent gave her a positive job-approval rating.

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