Prop 1. Dismissing Marijuana Misunderstandings

Reverend Steve,

Do you guys have something going on about this Marijuana law that
the people just voted in a number of townships and city’s are passing
ordnances to opt out of the program??

Most of the people on the street don’t understand what took place.

It looks to me that the state legislator just pushed every thing off on
the local governments.

What I have looked at is things should be revamped at the state level .

This has been going on for a long time; legislators
pushing their duties off on local governments instead of doing their
own Job !!

Yes Newberg Twp has opted-out. Newberg is the twp where Rainbow Farm (info) was.

Xxxxx Xxxxx [name removed for privacy]

Hi Xxxxx,
Maybe the following will help others to better understand what is going on, but I strongly recommend that folks read the language for themselves. If Newberg Twp. residents aren’t happy about this, then it is up to them to do something about it, which is the way that it should be!

Dismissing marijuana misunderstandings

Re: The Nov. 14 guest opinion piece, “Marijuana battle is not over”: Some clarification is needed. Continue reading

Open Letter to Board of Directors and Upper Officers of Mid West Energy

Open Letter to Board of Directors and Upper Officers of Mid West Energy

——– Original Message ——–
Subject:    CHANGE FROM A BOOT LEG CORPORATION TO A COOP
Date:    Tue, 12 May 2015 15:11:32 -0400
From:    Charles <xxxxxxxxx>
To:    undisclosed-recipients:;

An open letter to the Board of Directors and Upper Officers of Mid West Energy.
To be read at the May 26 meeting.
It is good to go back to the coop you should have never left.
What has to be is this:  the Board of Directors can only be advisory and collect the information and submit it to the Member Customer for their Approval or Rejection .

The Member Customers must have the option to remove board members not
preforming correctly.
Once the member customers get control of things the rates should be
reduced. no more 3 card Molly or Shell Games with no Peanuts!!!
Anything else will be Commandeering and Racketeering,!!!!.
The Member Customer would be just like the township boards in Michigan where they can address the board and the board doesn’t have to listen. [Or so they think]
The rogue agency referred to as the public service commission must be dissolved
and what needs to be done will be done by the elected state legislature like it should be where the people have the last word!!.

You can see very well by the May 5 state proposal election that the
people have had enough and will have the last word.
We would like to know why Midwest Energy is acquiring all these
Renewable credits when they have or produce no renewable energy?
The funds wasted by the public service commission could have put Midwest Energy well on its way to owning a renewable system.

Back in 2009 an article came out in the “Michigan Country Lines” stating
that Electricity will become a pricey Luxury rather than an affordable
staple, Midwest Energy has done a great job at making this happen.
The membership certificate issued when people apply for
service should be 1 share of stock in Midwest Energy rather than a
membership.

Member Charles [rest of name removed for privacy]

part of a letter from  my senator [Read complete letter below this post]
Dear Charles,

Thank you for contacting me about the use of nuclear power.  I understand your views.

I am deeply concerned about our dependence on foreign oil and the impact of high energy costs on Michigan families. I support using a diverse set of power sources to alleviate our energy problems. Right now, Michigan’s top three energy sources are coal, nuclear power, and natural gas. Combined, these sources generate about 90 percent of our electricity.

As Japan continues to heal from the earthquake, tsunami, and catastrophic meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, the United States needs to continue its work to better prepare our nuclear facilities in the event of a natural disaster.  Michigan is home to three nuclear plants, and it is important that these plants have stringent emergency plans in place for the safety and well-being of Michigan families.

In Michigan, we know that keeping power on for our homes and businesses isn’t a luxury but a necessity.  In the long term, we need to find ways to become energy independent by investing in alternative energy, renewable fuels, and other innovative technologies.  As the Senate debates these energy issues, including nuclear power, I will keep your views in mind.

Thank you for contacting me.  Please do not hesitate to do so again if I can be of assistance to you or your family.

Sincerely,
Debbie
Stabenow
United States Senator
— {message below was attached to the senders email and was not included in the letter from Senator Stabenow]
Yahuah bless you and guard you;

Yahuah make His face shine upon you, and show favour to you;

Yahuah lift up His countenance upon you, and give you peace.

“Blessed is He Who comes in the Name of Yahuah”

US Senator Stabenow – Michigan – Nuclear Power

US Senator Stabenow – Michigan- Nuclear Power

——– Original Message ——–
Subject:    Re: environment
Date:    Thu, 14 May 2015 16:40:52 -0400
From:    Senator Debbie Stabenow <senator@stabenow.senate.gov>
To:    <xxxxxxxxxxxx>

United States Senator Debbie Stabenow – Michigan
Dear Charles,

Thank you for contacting me about the use of nuclear power.  I understand your views.

I am deeply concerned about our dependence on foreign oil and the impact of high energy costs on Michigan families. I support using a diverse set of power sources to alleviate our energy problems. Right now, Michigan’s top three energy sources are coal, nuclear power, and natural gas. Combined, these sources generate about 90 percent of our electricity.

As Japan continues to heal from the earthquake, tsunami, and catastrophic meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, the United States needs to continue its work to better prepare our nuclear facilities in the event of a natural disaster.  Michigan is home to three nuclear plants, and it is important that these plants have stringent emergency plans in place for the safety and well-being of Michigan families.

In Michigan, we know that keeping power on for our homes and businesses isn’t a luxury but a necessity.  In the long term, we need to find ways to become energy independent by investing in alternative energy, renewable fuels, and other innovative technologies.  As the Senate debates these energy issues, including nuclear power, I will keep your views in mind.

Thank you for contacting me.  Please do not hesitate to do so again if I can be of assistance to you or your family.

Sincerely,

Debbie Stabenow
United States Senator
U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow
The United States Senate • Washington, DC 20510
stabenow.senate.gov

 

FCC, Internet, Road and School Tax

FCC & INTERNET, ROAD & SCHOOL TAX

[email I received today, February 13, 2014]

The F.C.C. wants to make the internet a utility and  make better service  but the real reason is reveneue generating and the people paying the bill will not realise any return.

To the editor

I’m requesting you to do any and every thing you can to get the F.C.C. OUT OF THE INTERNET!!
The F.C.C. is proposing to make the internet a utility. If this happens it will only be another cost on the people that they cannot afford at this time and will not improve the internet service.
The F.C.C. can’t even get good programs on the regular t.v. how could they ever hope to control the internet??
It would be a tax savings if the F.C.C. WAS DISSOLVED AND REPLACED WITH NOTHING!

The May 5 2015 proposed Michigan road and school tax needs to be voted down also.
We have been paying to have the roads fixed back before John Engler was governor that was how he got the nickname of “Pot Hole John Engler.”  They have the money; they put it in some other fund or program.
The schools need no more money til they start teaching the kids something. The public schools should be dissolved also and parents will have to get more involved.
The politicians will cry all kinds of propaganda to get your money and you get nothing.
It is obvious we were charged $1.50 to $2.00 too much for gasoline and where did this money and the extra sales tax  go?????
xxxxx x.xxxxxxx

submitted by ~Gray Beard

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