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Tina Dupont posted a blog post

I hear the meeting went well last night, I'm so glad.

Thank you Ruth and Helen for doing such a good job!See More
yesterday
johnwk posted a discussion

Why has Senator Cruz abandoned our forefather’s wisdom when it comes to tax reform?

   I cannot understand what is in Senator’s Cruz’s mind when he says he wants to close down the IRS and in the next breath he promotes keeping it open with a flat tax on profits, gains and other lawfully earned incomes. Is he not contradicting himself? When talking about tax reform, shouldn’t Senator Cruz who embraces our Founding Fathers expound upon the brilliance and wisdom of their original tax plan which paved the way for America to become the economic marvel of the world and prevented…See More
yesterday
Profile IconRobert A. Houtman and Helen S are attending Tina Dupont's event
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Meeting to discuss the May 5 Prop. 1 vote to change the MI Constitution at American Opinion Bookstore

March 24, 2015 from 7pm to 9pm
G.R. Central TeaParty Meeting, March 24, 2015 (Tuesday) about Proposal 1  that will be on the May 5, 2015 ballot!NOTE WELL:  Proposal 1 is for a Constitutional Amendment. Not just a law.  (That is so it can be used to raise certain taxes that our present Constitution will not allow).ALSO:  It is tied to at least 10 other proposed LAWS that will take effect ONLY if WE should be so gullible as to pass the Amendment. These won't show up on the May 5th ballot, but most surely will have massive…See More
Tuesday
Tina Dupont commented on Tina Dupont's event Meeting to discuss the May 5 Prop. 1 vote to change the MI Constitution
"7pm - 9"
Tuesday
Profile IconJon Cunningham, Bruce A de Wit and Jimmy W. Dunahoo might attend Tina Dupont's event
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Meeting to discuss the May 5 Prop. 1 vote to change the MI Constitution at American Opinion Bookstore

March 24, 2015 from 7pm to 9pm
G.R. Central TeaParty Meeting, March 24, 2015 (Tuesday) about Proposal 1  that will be on the May 5, 2015 ballot!NOTE WELL:  Proposal 1 is for a Constitutional Amendment. Not just a law.  (That is so it can be used to raise certain taxes that our present Constitution will not allow).ALSO:  It is tied to at least 10 other proposed LAWS that will take effect ONLY if WE should be so gullible as to pass the Amendment. These won't show up on the May 5th ballot, but most surely will have massive…See More
Tuesday
Susan Fox posted a discussion

COMMON CORE

Received your communication about Common Core; for us to call our Senators, Representatives AND call  Amanda Price (517)373-0838 and Phil Pavlov (517) 373-7708.  Thank you I will do this tomorrow.  I want to add  information - I am a retired teacher (researcher) I have been following for 3 years the corruption.  There are few people that are aware of how deep this is.  Michelle Bachman does, Louie Gohmert does, I have shared with Jim Jordon.  I shared with Jim DeMitt this past week.  Whether he…See More
Tuesday
Bruce A de Wit commented on Tina Dupont's event Meeting to discuss the May 5 Prop. 1 vote to change the MI Constitution
"What time is the meeting"
Tuesday
Dennis L. Palmer might attend Helen S's event

G.R. Central TeaParty Meeting at American Opinion Library & Bookstore

March 24, 2015 from 7pm to 9pm
G.R. Central TeaParty Meeting, March 24, 2015 (Tuesday) about Proposal 1  that will be on the May 5, 2015 ballot!NOTE WELL:  Proposal 1 is for a Constitutional Amendment. Not just a law.  (That is so it can be used to raise certain taxes that our present Constitution will not allow).ALSO:  It is tied to at least 10 other proposed LAWS that will take effect ONLY if WE should be so gullible as to pass the Amendment. These won't show up on the May 5th ballot, but most surely will have massive…See More
Monday
Tina Dupont commented on Tina Dupont's event Meeting to discuss the May 5 Prop. 1 vote to change the MI Constitution
"I sent this out twice so it would get to all members.  Sorry if you received it twice.  Please come to this as it's a very very important vote and you need to be educated and vote on it.  I wish I could be there with you. "
Monday
Tina Dupont posted events
Monday
Jim Fuscaldo posted a discussion

Proposal 1 An OutmodedPlan for Road Funding

In the financial world leveraging of assets is a common practice to raise capital. Capital is what the state needs to fix the roads. The state has several significant assets in Interstates 94 and 69 that are part of the NAFTA superhighway. This is a planned project for MDOT. Interstate 96 is another significant asset. The legislature must evaluate leasing these assets to a Public Private Partnership (PPP) to raise capital to fund a permanent and protected “capital fund” for necessary road…See More
Monday
Tina Dupont commented on Jim Kruis's photo
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2015-1-14 II One Nation, Cover pics Jim Kruis sm

"Got it, thanks.  I hope that means that you're a firm believer in the tenth amendment and that America is made up of sovereign states united. "
Monday
Thom Mindykowski is attending Helen S's event

G.R. Central TeaParty Meeting at American Opinion Library & Bookstore

March 24, 2015 from 7pm to 9pm
G.R. Central TeaParty Meeting, March 24, 2015 (Tuesday) about Proposal 1  that will be on the May 5, 2015 ballot!NOTE WELL:  Proposal 1 is for a Constitutional Amendment. Not just a law.  (That is so it can be used to raise certain taxes that our present Constitution will not allow).ALSO:  It is tied to at least 10 other proposed LAWS that will take effect ONLY if WE should be so gullible as to pass the Amendment. These won't show up on the May 5th ballot, but most surely will have massive…See More
Monday
Helen S posted events
Monday
Tina Dupont commented on Helen S's event G.R. Central TeaParty Meeting
"Wish I could be there.  I hope I didn't just call it a law in my posts.  If so, I'm sorry.  You are absolutely correct that is a change to the Michigan Constitution!"
Monday
Helen S commented on Chris Jurrians's group Grand Rapids Central Chapter
"G.R. Central TeaParty Meeting, March 24, 2015 (Tuesday) about Proposal 1  that will be on the May 5, 2015 ballot! NOTE WELL:  Proposal 1 is for a Constitutional Amendment. Not just a law.  (That is so it can be used to raise…"
Monday
 

News We Think You Should Know

 

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Well, I'd like to say we didn't know this all along but we did and it's good to finally see someone has admitted we were right. Now what excuse do our Republicans in our state House and Senate bodies along with all the Republican Governors have? Either they ignored what we were saying because they were too stupid to either believe it or see it for themselves, or they were bought off into selling us all down the river. And what excuse does the Supreme Court have in not finding a TAX initiated by the Senate unconstitutional? **********************************************************************************

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COMMON CORE

Started by Susan Fox on Tuesday.

Proposal 1 An OutmodedPlan for Road Funding

Started by Jim Fuscaldo on Monday.

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Be Heard -- Contact info for Your US House and Senate

Be heard

 

Governor Rick Snyder
P.O. Box 30013
Lansing, Michigan 48909
PHONE: (517) 335-7858 - Constituent Services
FAX:(517) 335-6863
E-MAIL: Rick.Snyder@michigan.gov

How to contact your member of Congress

 

Sen. Carl Levin, D-Michigan

http://levin .senate.gov/

202-224-6221

 

Sen. Debbie Stabenow, D-Michigan

http://stabenow .senate.gov/

202-224-4822

 

Rep. Justin Amash, R-Cascade Twp.

http://amash .house.gov/

202-225-3831

 

Rep. Dan Benishek, R-Crystal Falls

http://benishek .house.gov/

202-225-4735

 

Rep. Dave Camp, R-Midland

http://camp .house.gov/

202-225-3561

 

Rep. Hansen Clarke, D-Detroit

http://hansenclarke .house.gov/

202-225-2261

 

Rep. John Conyers, D-Detroit

http://conyers .house.gov/

202-225-5126

 

Rep. John Dingell, D-Dearborn

http://dingell .house.gov/

202-225-4071

 

Rep. Bill Huizenga, R-Zeeland

http://huizenga .house.gov/

202-225-4401

 

Rep. Dale Kildee, D-Flint

http://kildee .house.gov/

202-225-3611

 

Rep. Sander Levin, D-Royal Oak

http://www.house .gov/levin/

202-225-4961

 

Rep. Thaddeus McCotter, R-Livonia

http://mccotter .house.gov/

202-225-8171

 

Rep. Candice Miller, R-Harrison Township

http://candicemiller .house.gov/

202-225-2106

 

Rep. Gary Peters, D-Bloomfield Twp.

http://peters .house.gov/

202-225-5802

 

Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Howell

http://www.mike rogers.house.gov/

202-225-4872

 

Rep. Fred Upton, R-St. Joseph

http://upton .house.gov/

202-225-3761

 

Rep. Tim Walberg, R-Tipton

http://walberg .house.gov/

202-225-6276

 

Here are a few resources for MI residents that I thought might be of interest:

1) You can find out if someone has given any money to a politician, a candidate or PAC by going to this link and the "Search by Contributions Analysis" link - you can search by last name at the bottom (that can tell you something about a political persuasion of a person); by zip codes (to find people who may agree - or disagree with you in your area) by putting just zip codes in; find out who has given to a candidate, by putting the candidate committee number in, etc.  you can also download the lists by checking off the "spreadsheet format"

http://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,1607,7-127-1633_8723_8751---,00.html

2) You can find out who owns MI companies and other organizations here:

http://www.dleg.state.mi.us/bcs_corp/sr_corp.asp

3) You can find out who has contracts with the state of MI here (and can download in excel):

http://www.michigan.gov/buymichiganfirst

4) You can find any bill in the legislature here, along with links to the State House and Senate websites to find out info on legislators and committees here - as well as links through those websites to live streaming of committee meetings:

http://www.michiganlegislature.org/

Feel free to ask questions about how to use these links in the "comments" section, and I'll try to answer them.

 
 
 

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