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The Michigan Supreme Court has made the final decision eliminating the fraudulent “Tea Party” Party from the 2010 elections.
Two of Michigan’s Democrat appointed justices joined its small three Republican appointed contingent to declare the so-called “Tea Party” Party ineligible for the ballot.
For months various Democrats and union members have been trying to create a new political party in Michigan misleadingly named the “Tea Party” Party. 23 candidates had been slated from this Democrat dirty trick effort in order to confuse voters into imagining that they are voting for candidates that actually support Tea Party movement ideals.
The scandal has caused at least one Democrat to be thrown out of his party position and has now been unmasked as a fraud by the courts.
No actual Tea Party groups in Michigan had any connection with the effort and all had no idea who was running the fake Tea Party campaign.
Some of the supposed candidates for this fake “Tea Party” group were not told they were candidates, at least one has never registered to vote in Michigan, and another has lived out of state for years and was also not aware he was being offered as a candidate for office.
This was nothing but an illicit Democrat dirty trick effort meant to destroy the integrity of the elections.
The leader of the Democrat Party in Michigan claims he knew nothing about this dirty trick campaign but since some of his minions ere involved in planning this fake Tea Party thing I’d say anyone that believes that no one in the Democrat Party was behind this vote fraud is rather foolish to believe so.
In any case, it is over. The fake Tea Party is done.
Guatemalan President Alvaro Colom declared a “national tragedy” on Sunday after landslides killed at least 37 people and left rescuers digging in the mud for nearly two dozen still missing.
Colom declared a state of emergency as fears grew the eventual toll from scores of landslides across the country set off by weeks of torrential rain could be far higher. Officials said 40,000 people had lost their homes.
Two boats capsized over the weekend in separate incidents on Congo’s vast rivers, leaving 70 people dead and 200 others feared dead, and both vessels were heavily loaded and operating with few safety measures, officials said Sunday.
Early on Saturday, a boat on a river in northwest Equateur Province hit a rock and capsized, provincial spokeswoman Ebale Engumba said.
A 170-page manual explaining step by step how to molest children which police in Orange County, Fla., believe has been circulating there for months, is not illegal.
Investigators have stated that they still want to know where it came from. “I’ve never seen anything like it. It was pretty amazing when I first saw it just because how detailed it was,” Detective Philip Graves said.
Republican candidates have jumped out to double-digit leads in both the Ohio governor’s and Senate races, according to a Columbus Dispatch poll conducted Aug. 25 -Sept. 3.
In the gubernatorial contest, former Republican Rep. John Kasich leads Democratic Gov. Ted Strickland by 49 percent to 37 percent, with 4 percent preferring some other candidate and 10 percent undecided.
A handful of House Democrats are making health care reform an election year issue – by running against it. At least five of the 34 House Democrats who voted against their party’s health care reform bill are highlighting their “no” votes in ads back home.
By contrast, party officials in Washington can’t identify a single House member who’s running an ad boasting of a “yes” vote.
A suicide bomber detonated a car in an alley behind a police station in a strategically vital town in northwest Pakistan on Monday, killing at least 17 police and civilians.
About 40 people were wounded in the attack in Lakki Marwat, which sits on the main road and rail link between Punjab Province, Pakistan’s largest and most prosperous, and the North and South Waziristan tribal regions.
Fired Inspector General Gerald Walpin is asking that his lawsuit challenging his apparently illegal dismissal by the Obama administration be reinstated, and he wants a new judge assigned to the case.
A Washington Times editorial suggests that Judge Richard Roberts has not presided over Walpin’s case with professional impartiality, and details extensive ties between Roberts and Attorney General Eric Holder.
General rule of thumb: when looking to buy marijuana, don’t text the sheriff. A Helena teen hit a wrong number and sent a message to Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton, saying “Hey Dawg, do you have a $20 I can buy right now?”
A detective pretending to be the dealer organized a meeting at a time when the boy knew he and another teen would be at a particular store.
Russell Stuart, 51, was asleep in his home when he heard his Peugeot being started up in his driveway in the early morning hours.
He leapt out of bed and raced out of his front door before opening the passenger door and getting in alongside the would-be thief. Stuart said the man flung the door open and ran off into the night as soon as he spotted “a big naked bloke” sitting next to him.
Just in case it wasn’t clear: Weapons and drugs don’t make good charitable donations. Albuquerque police briefly evacuated a Goodwill store Thursday after someone left a pistol, ammunition, a grenade and some marijuana in a collection box.
The police bomb squad took the grenade away for demolition after determining it was a World War II- style inert – or inactive – grenade.
A County Durham couple have spoken of their shock after being told that their baby girl is actually a baby boy. Five weeks after giving birth to a girl, mum Claire Robson was astonished when doctors told her ‘she’ was a ‘he’ after all.
Ms Robson, 21, and partner, Andrew O’Shaughnessy, 27, from Brandon, near Durham, were thrilled when their first baby was born at Sunderland Royal Hospital.