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Tag: Jen Gratz
By JGillman, Section News
He picked the wrong side of the argument once again.
Saul Anuzis former RNC committeeman still has it in for the man who replaced him, OR he really does like promotion of homosexuality, and that which it carries in its side car. Either way, he has made his bed with Dennis Lennox, and other young progressives in the party who wish to pander to the baser instincts of the forbidden fruits.
But ignoring the results of such pandering and adjustment of social conscience to the legal protections we afford our youth is some bad Juju. Just ask prosecutors in Florida:
"The case involves Kaitlyn Ashley Hunt, an 18-year-old in Sebastian, Florida, who was arrested in February after admitting that she had a lesbian affair with a 14-year high-school freshman. .. It is a felony in Florida to have sex with 14-year-olds. Hunt was expelled from Sebastian High School -- where she and the younger girl had sex in a restroom stall -- and charged with two counts of "felony lewd and lascivious battery on a child." The charges could put Hunt in prison for up to 15 years. ..Rules, right?
Rules mean NOTHING when reason is toppled. In the above case, we see the natural progress of 'political correctness.'
And Saul's effort to vilify his esteemed replacement relies on just that method. By contextually abusing comments of Ronald Reagan, and confusing actual bigotry with a conscious disassociation to unhealthy lifestyles, he is solidifying his support for unhealthy, and nontraditional physical relationships.
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While we battle to save the soul of the country, it is nearly impossible to keep up with the rampant disinformation of the left.
One problem conservatives face, is that of correcting the factual errors promulgated by those who wish to "CHANGE" our country into a socialist dystopia. The group "By Any Mean Necessary" (BAMN) lives up to their moniker recently by straight up lying to (incredibly) dumb kids and turning them loose as hecklers and instigators. The tool so often employed by progressives was in full overdrive as Jen Gratz attempted to speak with college liberty types about the landmark Michigan initiative she won in 2006.
"Several of the ninth grade BAMN members erroneously believed that Gratz had sued only the black students at UM, instead of the university itself. They repeated this claim in interviews with The Daily Caller after the event.Ignoring the fact she sued the School itself and the board of regents, even after being corrected.
"Facts are so overrated"
Sez the left.
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Last evening, Michigan's attorney general, Bill Schuette appeared on Megyn Kelly's show, "The Kelly File."
The subject was a Michigan "LAW OF THE LAND", banning the use of racial preferences in school selection efforts. Schuette is arguing to sustain the 2006 "Michigan Civil Rights Initiative," a referendum that was overwhelmingly supported with a 58-42% margin. As a reminder, 2006's prop 2 based addition to the state constitution reads:
§ 26 Affirmative action programs.And the race hustlers are out trying to have single Federal judges rewrite the will of Michigan citizens.
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The era of ever increasing tuition, leftist games, foreign technology transfers and racist admission policies could be over.
I'll let Henry cover this one
Replacing retiring President Mary Sue Coleman offers the University of Michigan a historic opportunity to reboot with an administrator who embraces a 21st century, colorblind admissions policy that is succeeding in states like California. The university's board could signal the new era by including Jennifer Gratz on its presidential search committee.Its a good start.
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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Indiana TEA Partiers flush their career Senate RINO.
via USA Today
Sen. Richard Lugar of Indiana was defeated in the state's Republican primary Tuesday, ending the 36-year career of a GOP elder statesman and handing the Tea Party movement its biggest upset victory so far in the 2012 elections.
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From one of my heroes in the Michigan Fight For What is Right. Jen Gratz makes it clear why she supports Dave Agema for Republican National Committeeman:
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By JGillman, Section News
Sometimes folks embellish a little when talking about accomplishments. Perhaps to "color" the experience they wish to share, or to keep interest of those who are falling asleep during the story of their "great mountain lion hunt" on Mackinac Island.
There are times and places appropriate for stretching of the truth.. Not LYING mind you.. but simply "seasoning".
One of these should not be when seeking a position of trust. Little white lies, indefensible inaccuracies, half truths.. not so good when looking to be elected.
It seems we will always see more of those aberrations from decency however. No matter which election, or political party that is involved, some people either conveniently forget their REAL accomplishments, or they hope the public will.
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Ann Arbor is hardly a bastion of right wing sympathy, and in fact has been referred to with many different flavors of name calling suggesting socialist, communist, and otherwise far leftist philosophy. The population as a whole is decidedly left of center on most issues. It should come as no surprise that discover the leadership of the resident university is quite comfortable with that characteristic.
But at what point does having an opinion that differs from that of a majority of Michiganders become an action that differs with a rule of LAW?
The Michigan Civil Rights Initiative which was passed in November of 2006 and became law December 22nd, that same year. The MCRI made illegal, the preferential practices based on race often used with university admissions. At least the case that spawned the initiative Gratz V. Bollinger was a result of the mechanisms of those university preferences.
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