Encourage one another and build one another up. Pray without ceasing. Test everything. Keep what is good. Avoid all evil. -1 Thess 5:11,17,21,22
Progressives love Executive Orders.
Whitmer is up to 140 and counting.
In case you missed it, Obamacare mandates employers cover the cost of healthcare when employees are "full time", defined in Obamacare as thirty-hours-a-week or more.
I'm glad I'm not in business anymore. Not only because of the stress and expense of compliance with government orders from every level but I wouldn't want the anxiety and apprehension of problems between my employees, and between my employees and customers. And me having to preform a balancing act with the local radical groups from MTU and locals and fear of getting my office windows broke. Or worse.---ken
Seriously, MTU has been radicalized? Unless we're talking about a different MTU, that's hard to believe.
When you drive around Houghton/Hancock now there are a lot of BLM signs in windows and there are large "marches" that fill up the lift bridge. Ironically the libtards love to march across the bridge which is the ultimate example of Capitalism having been built to maximize the efficiency of the copper mining industry. An acquaintance that was formerly in law enforcement moved out of Hancock to the country get away from what he said is a huge amount of people he considers threats in a SHTF situation. Sorry to report, but that's what's happening.---ken
Thanks for the reply. When I was there way back when, there were twice as many ROTC guys assembled on a football field than there were anti-war protesters, and I only remember one protest.Still have family and friends in the Houghton/Marquette region.
Marquette has gone totally left. I used to live there near Big Bay 45 years ago and loved it . But it was even starting to go then and we left. Now it is like Ann Arbor and those other radical areas. I hope the Houghton area slows down but I don't think it will with the new immigration we are having from Illinois and even California and Tech always expanding. But I live in the country, Bootjack, on 240 acres and in our mid-70s we don't go far from home anyway and aren't about to move. --ken
No university town is immune. It's always funny how the so-called centers of higher education seem to have some of the stupidest, most useless people.
When are we going to see lawsuits about sleepy Joe's executive orders including the reversal of travel bans. When Trump signed that one, it was immediately challenged in court. Maybe there is a Republican that still has a spine?