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Many events are happening around the state every week. Monday night Bruce Hall attended a citizens gathering in Westland, Michigan.
At the gathering were a number of Michigan Notables including a relatively unknown activist Gubernatorial candidate,who essentially serves "to send a message" to Lansing
Second amendment rights always on the docket, and rightly So. This article already has spawned a few comments..
One speaker takes a look at unions, THEN and NOW and the change which has happened over generations.
A Michigan political discussion is always made even better with the scholars from the Mackinac center.
All articles worth a look.. But if you ever get the chance, there is nothing like the real thing. And take notes.
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I just received this video via my e-mail.(thank you Saul Anuzis)
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March 31, 7:00 PM Wonders Hall, Room C100, Michigan State University - "Littmannomics: the state's top economic mind on the crisis and the road to recovery" - featuring David Littmann
April 13, 7:30 PM at the Park Library Auditorium, Central Michigan University - "Lessons from the Great Depression" - featuring Lawrence W. Reed
Don't miss 'em!
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Is global warming a major threat? Did man cause it? Can man stop it? What should we do?
Global Warming: Inconvenient Facts
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Students for a Free Economy is hosting two great events in the next two weeks at the University of Michigan and Michigan State University - bring your friends...
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