Tag: legislature

MI Legislature Daily Tracker

I’m going to try something a little different. Of course any of you can check the journal from the state (from where I will be gathering this info) but hopefully, this makes it a little easier to find on a…

The 17th Amendment Mistake

The 17th amendment is unconstitutional. While we recognize the ability of super majorities and the process in which the constitution itself might be modified, there is a strong sense of intent that must not be ignored.  The founders understood how…

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…

Iconography

~ Reposted From RightMichigan.com ~ When challenged at a press conference in 2009, Michigan Congressman JohnConyers’ exclaiming that he does not read the bills was of course troubling.  His thoughts? “What good is reading the bill if it’s a thousand…

It Could Have Been Worse

And I am not talking about the election, though it too turned out very good for the future of Michigan. ~ Reposted from RightMichigan.com ~ There was a very real possibility of paying even higher taxes these last two years.…

Can you imagine?

What if there were no longer offices fully staffed in our Michigan state capital for legislators, but rather merely local ones, where constituents can actually have access to their representatives?  The Other Club highlights a Glenn Beck video clip with…