COSTA MESA, Calif. — Medical examiners have identified a mummified corpse that was left in a car's passenger seat for 10 months in Southern California, a police spokesman said Friday.
Saturday, October 23, 2010
Friday, October 22, 2010
WFRV, has the above story about all the people that were at a rally for state democrats. Thousands, well maybe not thousands. The way dems count votes maybe there was a thousand. You need to watch the video.
At a rally Veterans Park in downtown Keshena, folks heard from candidates Steve Kagen and Tom Nelson, who talked about issues affecting the tribe and reminding voters how they can impact change.
Also coverage from the Shawano Leader
Other speakers at the Keshena rally included Lt. Governor candidate Tom Nelson, Assembly candidate Anne Woznicki and U.S. Rep. Steve Kagen.
Sorry I only seen a dozen or two on the broadcast.
Wow, dems are really getting out the vote.
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Will Americans Follow French Example Of Mass Civil Unrest
With Americans buying silver to protect their savings and guns to protect themselves in record numbers, it seems that the message is at least getting through to some of the people, but until we see mass walk-outs, blockades and other acts of non-violent mass civil disobedience, the establishment will continue to move forward with onslaught after onslaught of financial pillaging.
Numerous forecasters, governments, spy agencies, and international bodies are predicting mass riots and unrest in response to a worsening economic picture.
The headline should be,
Will American Unions Follow French Example Of Mass Civil Unrest?
As Dad say's, "Buy More Ammo"
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Nearly 15,000 find homes.
Program assists 14892 people in Delta County
ESCANABA - The Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRP), developed as part of Michigan's Campaign to End Homelessness, has provided assistance to nearly 15,000 people in Delta County, according to officials.
HPRP was created by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in response to the current housing crisis. The HPRP initiative, part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, provides assistance to individuals and families to help them find stable housing. The program allows community agencies to provide a mix of non-financial services and other fiscal subsidies, including help with rental or utility payments.
Since July 2009, 80 percent of individuals and families have received prevention services that assisted them in remaining housed. The remaining 20 percent, declared homeless under federal guidelines, received assistance with HPRP that reduced the duration they were considered homeless.
"In Delta County, HPRP is a great example of a successful effort to prevent homelessness in the first place," said Nisha Tebear-Coolman, homeless coordinator for the Salvation Army. "In situations where residents do lose housing, HPRP support returns homeless citizens to stable housing in a short period of time."According to Tebear-Coolman, a total of 14,892 people were served in Delta County, with one-third of those being families. Most of the households that received assistance were headed by single women.
I have a question. How can they help 14892 people when the population of Delta county is
Here's a link from City-Data.com
Is it that bad in Michigan that they are counting people who have died? I know that's how democrats find voters but how many people are homeless in Delta County Michigan? Where are they digging these people up?
Does the reporter have information for all of Michigan? Something doesn't compute!
Someone want to explain this to me. Maybe I don't want to know.
Sunday, October 17, 2010
Why can't teachers take a pay freeze or cut
AARP, just an arm of the left
Jumper on Frigo bridge
Kid Rock Da Youper
Roundabouts don't work
MATC (Madison) wants money
Feingold will take anyone's money
Shovel ready B S
Mrs Cleaver R I P
Saint Mary MacKillop's
8/8/8, 9/9/9, 10/10/10
Mac 1, Bif 5, Martin 14th
Shocking Bucky, shocking