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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
in our last election.
The Michigan Supreme Court COULD have gone to the lefties. It COULD have gone to those who think the constitution is a "living, breathing, document." It could have even lost some of its federalist nature AFTER the election when Maura Corrigan took on a new career as the head of DHS. Certainly we were lucky that the election turned out as it did, and that even the replacement of Corrigan was a constitutionalist.
Because at any given point in the last year we could have found ourselves with a laughing stock and dangerous ally of the enemies of liberty.
It could have become populated by those too much like the Indiana Supreme court. Particularly when they spout such nonsense as:
In its Barnes v. State of Indiana decision.
Against public policy?
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"Kalkaska did it." "Empire Did it."
Two statements of fact made by supporters of establishing Wi-Fi as a public service in Traverse City. In fact, this is possibly something that is being considered by other communities as a 'necessary utility.' The TC Ticker's closing paragraph on their recent story quotes the Empire planning commissioner Paul Skinner:
"If you look at the numbers of computer owners now compared with 10 years ago, I honestly think that having Wi-Fi accessibility will soon be the equivalent of owning a television. It's an integral part of today's infrastructure."
Television is not as free as one might think. The FCC lotteries and arrangements years ago for particular transmitter frequencies required capital for the start up and licensing. Cable TV for that matter requires a great deal of infrastructure build up that necessarily involves monopoly or near monopoly agreements according to some arguments. Phone services have been around as long as anyone alive today, and continue to serve in different ways.
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