Month: December 2010

Zarko FOIA Stopped At Highest Court.

Chetly Zarko was the plaintiff in a FOIA disagreement with the Howell education association.  Zarko wanted access to public records (emails) that were on the school system’s computers through the Freedom of Information process, and was denied. Although Zarko passed…

This is what THEY think.

The left. The anti American LEFT. The tyranny loving socialist, even out results for everyone LEFT. About the constitution, he first says “it has no binding power on anything..” then he says… well listen for yourself: H/T (found over at)…

Raise Your Prices.

Bad advice? Many people in government, who have not worked in the private sector, do not understand the mechanics of economics.  They have heard that ‘higher demand and lowered supplies’ creates ‘high prices,’ yet think it serves only the greed…

Where were you?

Where were you? There is a new sidewalk on your street, or a sign restriction, zoning that closed off an area that you own to development, water service to your rural home is mandatory, or ‘all of a sudden’ you…

Dude Where’s My Christmas?

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…

Adding Up State Legislative Votes

Nearly 3,000 Roll Call Votes of State Representatives and Senators Tallied for 2009-2010 More than 7,100 votes missed during session, according to MichiganVotes.org “Missed Votes Report” MIDLAND — The Michigan Senate took 1,388 roll call votes during the 2009-2010 legislative…

Green

The math.. just do the math I say! On an average day in Traverse city Michigan, there are 11 hours of daylight.  Obviously, winter and summer months differ significantly, but if one wanted to calculate the mean between the seasons,…