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Michigan Tea Party

Marked by the State Seal, this page is for organizing events and outreach for all of the Michigan Regions. This state group is intended for Michigan Patriots with focused discussion, events and attendance possibilities.

Members: 147
Latest Activity: Jun 11, 2015

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We need to step it up Michigan

Started by Robert Brown Jr MOD. Last reply by Linda Hahn Dec 21, 2013. 3 Replies

I am shocked that the most recent discussion is almost 8 months old. Is there another Tea Party group that is more active in Michigan? Although the idea of removing the president seems like the…Continue

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Capital Building is a Mosque

Started by 3ozt6gobts7m9. Last reply by Virgil Earl Koon May 11, 2013. 2 Replies

Your infidel taxpayer dollars at work! The dome on Capitol Hill will be gilded in no short order. Where is the separation of mosque and state? Head slap! There s no separation. Mosque is state. (hat…Continue

Gas Prices

Started by Todd Lee Hinkle. Last reply by Virgil Earl Koon May 11, 2013. 3 Replies

The risinggas pricie's are geting quite ridicules, all because of some possible attack on Middle East pipelines. This time it's Libya. I could see if such incident accured. The government doesn't…Continue

Restoring The Constitution as the order of our Government.

Started by Robert Shipman. Last reply by Liberty Belle Feb 27, 2012. 3 Replies

We need to get united in taking our state back .

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Comment by Virgil Earl Koon on March 10, 2015 at 8:54pm

I am in Gladwin County and it is listed, but I gat a 404 in clicking it! Did the powers that be remove it from our supports?

Comment by Robert Brown Jr MOD on June 20, 2014 at 12:09pm

Residents of Belding, Michigan, were recently informed they can not recall one of their City Council members because the member was appointed. The Ionia County Clerk's office, by the way they read the current law, believes that only "elected" officials can be recalled. Therefore, the appointed official is not subject to recall. 

What recourse does this leave the citizens to remove inadequate, incompetent, and law breaking council members? I firmly believe this interpretation of the recall statute undermines its intent and creates an atmosphere where officials are untouchable and can not be held accountable to the people. 

I have wrote the Ionia County Clerk personally and so has the Daily News; neither of us has heard back with clarification from their office. 

Depriving the people the right to remove public officials from office is sacrilegious and undermines the rights granted to us by the constitution. To my understanding, the law in question is not isolated to the community of Belding, but rather State wide.

I would encourage us all to share this discussion and take action, even if you live in another community. The Ionia County Clerk can be found online at http://www.ioniacounty.org/county-clerk/ or contacted by email at clerk@ioniacounty.org

Comment by Linda Hahn on March 10, 2014 at 8:29pm

HI All! Big Event in GRAND RAPIDS- Justin Amash Rally!!!  March 18

Hi! I need a favor. Can you send an email out for Tea Party groups to rally people to celebrate with The Honorable Congressman Justin Amash on Tuesday, March 18 at Brann's on 28th street (5510 28th street se Grand Rapids, MI, at 3:30pm for a major announcement at 4:00pm. We need many people to show up to support our outstanding Congressman and to show the world we are serious about freedom. The event is free. That's all I can tell you. . It'll be fun!

Thanks,

Mark Petzold

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Comment by Matthew Wiedenhoeft on July 14, 2013 at 2:58pm

Good Evening Everyone - I am new to this group.  I hope that I can represent the Tea Party as well as I have the GOP over the past 32 years.  I am looking forward to being apart of the greatest movement since our founding fathers in 1774.  Thank you.

Comment by Thomas Schuckman on December 16, 2012 at 4:26pm

I am happy and glad to finally get inside this group of Patriots!  Please help me find the meeting place in the Upper Peninsula -- @ Iron Mountain, MI  49801, so I can get my feet wet.  I am a Disabled Vietnam Veteran: 68-70, and retired AMC/ Chrysler auto worker, and welder...  turned to blogging and writing, and a well read KJV Bible Christian, yet somewhat open minded, and love to meet and make new friends.   I am happily married to a pretty blonde lady, and moved, am selling my old house in Union Grove, WI.  I also have a fine newer refrigerator and stove for sale!   I bet I have much in common with you guys and gals.  My email:  tschuckman@aol.com   --Merry Christmas-- folks!

Cordially,

Tom Schuckman

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Comment by Frank Robak on February 24, 2012 at 10:52am

I see Mitt as nothing more than an Obama in GOP clothes!! He was against the second ammendmet, obama care is rommey care.. just to name a few items, i'd rather see obama the mitt rommey because at least obama wont be able to run agsain after this..

Comment by Charlisse on February 24, 2012 at 10:13am

GO SANTORUM !!

 

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1 Billion Dollar Net Worth!!! Oberlin College Claims Poverty To Avoid Paying Punitive Damages To Gibson’s Bakery

Although IRS reports show the university is worth around $1 billion, Oberlin College still claimed poverty to avoid paying punitive damages to Gibson’s Bakery.

As Breitbart News reported this week, the far-left Oberlin College lost a defamation case filed by Gibson’s Bakery after a local jury found the university liable for falsely accusing the family bakery of racism.

The jury ordered Oberlin on Friday to pay Gibson’s $11.2 million in compensatory damages for defamation and intentional interference with a business.

Legal Insurrection reported on Thursday that “the jury awarded a total of $33 million in punitive damages, which will probably be reduced by the court to $22 million because of the state law cap at twice compensatory.”

Legal Insurrection has been following the case for two years — since the beginning — and reports that the school’s only defense against a sizable punitive award is to pretend it is poor, despite holding assets that amount to a billion — with a “b” — dollars and despite paying some of its staffers more than a half-million dollars a year:

Oberlin College was so hellbent on getting the message out that their cash liquidity was in such dire straits — as the eight-person jury was figuring out if they wish to add $22.4 million to the school’s legal verdict bill — that they brought out the school’s president, Carmen Twillie Ambar to the stand to tell that part the story.

“We’ve created deficits … and over the next ten years, if this continues, that is unsustainable and we will not exist,” Ambar told the jury. She even indicated the school’s grants — about $60 million a year from the school, and lots of students get those scholarships as only 10% of them pay the full $70,000 a year — were important to preserve as “the accessibility of education” was a key component of the school’s purpose.

However…

The college has more than $1 billion in funds and net assets according to the latest IRS 990 form, an endowment fund that had grown from $440 million to $887 million in the last 20 years, and because of its non-profit status, pays no taxes on any property it owns.

It also had 18 members of their administration making more than $100,00 a year. The president and chief financial officer of the school were both making more than $500,000 a year.

Grifters gonna grift…

The day after Donald Trump won the presidency, this nutball school apparently decided to take out its impotent woke-rage on this poor bakery, which has been part of the Oberlin community for more than a century.

It all started when three Oberlin students (who would later plead guilty in a plea deal) attempted to steal bottles of wine.

The proprietors caught the students and, while attempting to hold them until police arrived, were allegedly roughed up by the shoplifters. But because the students are black and the proprietors white — and with no respect for due process or facts — Oberlin staffers and students decided some vigilantism was in order and did everything in their considerable power to destroy this local bakery forever, to smite it off the map.

Classes were canceled so hundreds of students could protest in front of the small store while enjoying free food and drink, courtesy of the school. School staffers handed out fliers that basically described the family-owned bakery as the local branch of the KKK.

As a result, the bakery had to lay off almost all of its employees and barely avoided bankruptcy.

In the end, the three shoplifters said race had nothing to do with what happened.

For those of you interested in incurring $200,000 in debt before you even enter the workforce, it looks as though you can major in Mob Justice at Oberlin.

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