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Tempers Flare Over Water Proposal at Flint City Council Meeting [VIDEO]
Tempers flared as Flint City Councilman Eric Mays rode Robert’s rules of order for just under an hour before a vote was taken on a special order he proposed at last night’s Council meeting to offer an alternative to the long-term Flint water proposal presented by the …
Flint City Council Meeting Ends with Eric Mays Melt Down
The Flint City Council voted last week to delay a vote on a long-term water deal, despite State pressure, refusing to put it on the agenda for this evening’s City Council Meeting.  The Council wants more time to study the proposal.
As the agenda meeting was winding down after the vote on Friday, Coun…
MDEQ & EPA Used to Pressure Flint Council to Vote for State Water Plan
In a press conference called to discuss her water source recommendation on June 20th, Flint Mayor, Karen Weaver delivered a blunt message to the Flint City Council backed up with muscle from the state, in the form of a letter sent to Council President, Kerry Nelson, by MDEQ Director, C...
Will You Take $500 for Eric Mays Laptop
It was reported today that Flint City Councilman, Eric Mays, pawned his city issued laptop computer at Music Man Pawnshop for $100.
Thinking it might contain newsworthy information, I drove to the pawnshop to see if it was for sale:
Rachel Dolezal is Every Bit as Black as Caitlyn Jenner is Female.
Rachel Dolezal was the head of the Spokane, Washington NAACP.  She was forced to resign from that position when it was “discovered” that she is not black. When confronted by a reporter with evidence that her parents are white, Rachel froze and seemed confus…
Woman Arrested at Flint Water Town Hall 4/20/17 [VIDEO]
Six people, including those in this video, were arrested for disorderly conduct at last night's town hall, the purpose of which was to address concerns and ask questions about Flint's plans to ditch the KWA deal and stick with Detroit water.
Title IX Promotes Sexual Apartheid
“Separate but Equal” is no more justified in school sports than it is in school admissions. In Brown V. Board of Education, the Supreme Court found that separate is NOT equal:
 
Segregation of white and Negro children in the public schools of a State solely on the basis of race, pursuant to state laws…
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Gardening Tips for Captivating Containers [Sponsored]
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