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    Tag: Tradition

    Second Class Lion Taming

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Wed Apr 10, 2013 at 09:46:21 PM EST
    Tags: Michigan, Mariage, California, Defining, Maturity, Judges, Perspective, The DR Is In, Supreme Court, Tradition, Culture, Sodom Burned, Constitutions (all tags)

    The question of whether or not to 'allow' marriage to persons who identify based on their activities is absurd.

    Is that not what the supreme court is being asked to validate? In the case before our Nation's highest court, the justices are being asked to determine whether California's 2008 Proposition 8 as enacted by voters is constitutional.  They are being asked to either affirm or deny the decision of United States District Court Judge Vaughn Walker,  who overturned it on August 4, 2010; his argument being a violation of both the Due Process clause, and Equal Protections clause of the 14th amendment.

    A inaccurate understanding of the 14th amendment if ever there was one.

    Due Process guarantees a process under which something might be taken.  It allows the imposed upon person or class to prepare a defense or answer to actions being used to deprive an individual, or group, a particular thing.  It also requires law to be sufficiently understandable or substantive.

    Continued below the fold ~

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    Tuesday In The Sphere

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Tue Apr 09, 2013 at 08:34:10 AM EST
    Tags: Michigan, Bloggers, Christianity, Tradition, Marriage, Poverty, Social Engineering (all tags)

    Social Engineering edition

    Jen Kuznicki - The Bible Not Welcome

    Motor City Times - Young Girls Get Morning After Pills?

    Right To Life of Michigan - Heard The Child Scream

    The Shekel - Cartoonist Gone Wild?

    Thoughts And Rantings - Evangelicals are Terrorists?

    Bill Johnson - Protests From Hell

    A Conservative Teacher - Christian beliefs Condemned?

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    A Message To Our Legislators - Beware False Choices

    Exporting Christmas

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Fri Dec 24, 2010 at 04:25:36 PM EST
    Tags: America, Chinese, Christmas, Happy Holidays, Jesus Christ, Merry Christmas, Michigan, Sam Adams, Seasons greetings, Tradition, US, USA (all tags)

    ~ Cross posted from MTTM ~

    It seems every time the good ol US of A comes up with a really great idea, it's value is seen by some as something to capitalize on, so that added regulatory measures and profit siphoning processes are added by government, tools of government, or users of government.  And certainly, when we do something in this country, it is decidedly big enough that it has its process duplicated by those who think they can compete with us, and because of the siphoning, it usually isn't too hard.

    As many know, I make my living wholesaling CCTV products that come from a variety of countries, but only a few from the US.  I have a decent business relationship with overseas based firms that 30 years ago could not have been possible.  I respect the ability to import, and I support the competitive nature even in the face of purposefully devalued foreign currency and living conditions.  The opportunity for people to compete in some manner sometimes requires this, and what happened during our own industrial revolution now gives hope to even the poorest in nations that seemingly would not have ever had such happenings.

    Rugged capitalism gives opportunity to those who are willing to WORK for it.

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    Michigan Business Done Right - Our BEST Product?

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Wed Nov 11, 2009 at 09:34:16 AM EST
    Tags: veterans day, tradition, honor, service (all tags)

    There are many items on the shelf that I like to sell.  Some because they provide good value by performing well at a fair price.  Others because they give us little trouble and return numbers are very low.  Quality makes for happy customers, and a business that provides it will see those customers regularly.

    In business, customer satisfaction is proportionate to the quality of product they receive.

    In our business model however, the quality of the equipment is not singularly the reason for our success.  In fact, most of our business has been driven by something even deeper and meaningful.  Anyone could sell the same parts or gadgets.  In fact, some do, and sometimes at a discount price.  Our advantage simply put, is our knowledge of the product, its use, and what we consider to be unmatched customer service.

    Sometimes the people do matter.

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    The Last Samurai

    By jdee, Section News
    Posted on Sat Feb 21, 2009 at 06:42:19 PM EST
    Tags: character, values, tradition, founding fathers (all tags)

    Japan's long history was one of tradition and honor.  The legendary samurai were the symbols of the honor and majesty of this once mighty empire.  The code of the samurai was symbolic of how the people aspired to live their lives.  They were the warrior class, the knights of their land, and the epitome of what was good in their land.  They lived lives of discipline, honor and service.

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