Monthly Archives: November 2010
Michigan Supreme Court Justice (retired) Elizabeth Weaver is taking more hits following the release, last week, of the High Court’s bobbled censure. The Detroit Free Press took her to the woodshed in this editorial. The Livingston Daily followed suit this … Continue reading
Enjoying my coffee on a Sunday morning and looking over the metro daily, the Grand Rapids Press. On page A13, under The Week in Review, is a segment called “They Said It; Last Week in Quotes” I found this: “As … Continue reading
When the news broke earlier today that the Michigan Supreme Court had censured Justice (retired) Elizabeth Weaver I posted the censure letter and posited that it was likely there would be a response. There is. What follows is a statement … Continue reading
Oh, you have to read this: I imagine there will be a reply. Yes, I do.
The Michigan Republicans were IN today and I reached–without any difficulty-Terri Reid. She is legislative political director for the Michigan GOP. Specifically, she says “I did Supreme Court for the party.” And, she says, she knew nothing about any robocalls … Continue reading
Although I have called 517.487.5413 every day this week there has been no response. Neither Terri Reid nor Matt Mason has been available at the time I ‘phoned and no message I’ve left has elicited a call back. I suppose … Continue reading
For all who have served, thank you very much. For those who gave their all, today is a reminder that your service will not be forgotten. It matters.
November 9, 2010 — Still no script from Mrs. Engler, but how about this audio file from Justice Young himself?
Mmm-mmm-mmm. Just in case you think I’m makin’ it up, try this: Young calls 1, 2, and 3 The first of these is a lot like the one I received From Michelle Engler. In the second Young says “None of … Continue reading
Genie out of the bottle and all the other metaphors…once truth begins its exodus to light, there is little chance to stop it. I’m thinking that will be the case. Whether it’s now or in 50 years the whole of … Continue reading