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    Tag: No Shame

    Thieves Covenant

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Wed Dec 19, 2012 at 09:23:59 PM EST
    Tags: Michigan, Supreme Court, Disgrace, Diane Hathaway, Friends In High Places, No Shame, Mortgage Fraud, WXYZ (all tags)

    How convenient.

    Perhaps anyone else who faces mortgage fraud charges from here on out has an ace-in-the-hole precedent.  At least under equal application of the law.  From WXYZ:

    "A federal judge has temporarily stopped forfeiture procedures to seize the home of Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway.

    The move could signal that change is afoot behind the scenes, ranging from a upcoming criminal charges to some sort of settlement of the present civil case, .."

    Which way could it go?  Oh my!  Hmm lets see .. Who's in charge of the [federal] hen house? Oh yeah.

    As someone might have put it in an email recently; "Holder's Office would never cough up a sitting Useful Idiot on a Team R majority SCOMI."


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    And While We Feel Sorry For The Democrats

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Tue Jan 03, 2012 at 07:00:05 PM EST
    Tags: Charter Schools, Michigan, Ku Klux Klan, Race Card, No Shame, No Apologies Expected (all tags)

    We can help them fight the 'haters', right?

    No Dan, you cannot give these guys any rope.  You don't dare arm them with moral support, or self flagellating on behalf of the Republicans who you say are stepping over the line.

    They just take it and run with it.

    This release just came out:

    MAPSA Expresses Outrage After Anti-School-Choice Group Links Charter Schools to the Ku Klux Klan

    LANSING, Michigan (January 3, 2012) - The Michigan Association of Public School Academies expressed outrage today after an anti-school-choice group in Michigan used its Facebook page to link charter schools to the Ku Klux Klan.

    Michigan Parents for Schools, an Ann Arbor-based group headed by Executive Director Steven Norton, put a link on its Facebook page on Sunday to an article from the Knights of the KKK's official Web page. The KKK article carried the headline "Segregated Charter Schools Evoke Separate But Equal Era in U.S.," and tried to advance the discredited claim that charter schools promote segregation. The Michigan group's Facebook page also carried a retweet that said "KKK supports charters b/c they further segregation."

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