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Should DNA Evidence Change Innocent Until Proven Guilty

Thursday, September 15, 2011 10:45 No Comments

The question of whether DNA evidence should change the way we look at innocent until proven guilty has been heavily on my mind. We’ve always been taught that a person deserves a fair trial among a jury of their peers to face the charges they are accused of…a fair justice system. The introduction of DNA […]

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Kids Injured in Hit and Run

Thursday, December 2, 2010 6:00 No Comments

Waking up to read the morning news, the first headline on our local news website is a hit-and-run accident that involved two children in the Mount Morris, MI area. Thankfully the two children involved will be fine, they sustained only minor injuries. The article made my blood boil and really ticked me off when I […]

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Citizens Take Action Over BP

Tuesday, June 8, 2010 10:13 No Comments

People across the globe have boiled over with the lack of action that BP and the United States Government have taken to contain the largest oil spill in our history. As wildlife is seemingly being destructed and marshes are becoming over run with oil the only answers being given is “we are trying our best”. […]

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Top Selling American Car is a Cherry Red Sports Car

Monday, June 8, 2009 6:20 1 Comment

Believe it or not Little Tykes has beat out the US automakers to produce America’s top selling car in 2008! Yep, the Cozy Coupe, a toddler’s favorite plastic cherry-red sports car sold 457,000 units beating even the Toyota Camry. On Saturday the Cozy Coupe earned it place in America’s history at the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum […]

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Auto Industry Bailout or Bargain?

Wednesday, December 3, 2008 11:18 2 Comments

I still have mixed feelings about Congress doling out more money to the Big 3 Automakers, but considering what is on the line I would say it is needed. Speaking as a resident of Michigan who has more than one family member employed in some way by the auto industry, Congress must approve some form […]

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