Frontlines of Freedom: Don’t Be Fooled by Secretive Liberal Organization

Here are this week's important updates focused on economic and personal freedom in Michigan. 

Tony Daunt
Operations Director

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Don’t Be Fooled by Secretive Liberal Organization

By Terri Reid, Michigan Freedom Fund President


Pot, meet kettle.

In just their latest diatribe against free speech, liberal activist Rich Robinson and the shadowy Michigan Campaign Finance Network recently decried the lack of reporting and financing transparency in judicial elections—especially when those dollars back Republican candidates.

It’s the same old dog and pony show from the shadowy liberal organization.

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Frontlines of Freedom: Lansing needs more transparency

Here are this week's important updates focused on economic and personal freedom in Michigan. 

Tony Daunt
Director of Operations
www.michiganfreedomfund.com

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Thanksgiving: Brought to You By Property Rights

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There is a lot to be thankful for on Thanksgiving. But this year, let's remember to be thankful that the Pilgrims saved themselves from starvation and the misery of communal living through the establishment of private property rights.

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Frontlines of Freedom: Energy Choice in Jeopardy!

Here at the Michigan Freedom Fund we hear often how disconnected Lansing feels from the rest of the state. 

On the flip side, while we’re busy living our lives, providing for our families, and rebuilding Michigan’s economy, it can be easy to lose track of everything happening at the state capitol.

That’s why you’re receiving this newsletter — the Frontlines of Freedom.

Once per week, the Michigan Freedom Fund will send you a brief update with highlights from a few of the most important news stories discussing the fight for economic and personal freedom on the job, in our state, and across the country.

We hope you’ll find these dispatches valuable, and we welcome your feedback. You can reach out to us anytime at info@michiganfreedomfund.com with your thoughts, comments or questions.

Sincerely,

Tony Daunt
Director of Operations
Michigan Freedom Fund
www.michiganfreedomfund.com

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Lawmakers need workplace oversight

by Greg McNeilly, chairman of the Michigan Freedom Fund


Voters should be able to see emails that could shed light on allegations about state Rep. Brian Banks’ conduct. (Photo: Dale G. Young / The Detroit News)Anyone who’s ever worked a job with a company email account knows the way it works. If an employee uses email at the office, the IT department — and the boss — has access to those emails, too.

We’re asked to click terms of service agreements or sign email conduct policy documents, understanding that what happens on the clock is, quite literally, the company’s business.

Why is it, then, that your employees — lawmakers in Lansing — don’t have to worry about you seeing their email?

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House Energy Policy Committee advances the best legislation money can buy

Two weeks ago, without giving ratepayers or customer so much as a chance to read the bill, Michigan’s House Energy Policy Committee voted to advance House Bill 4298, job-killing energy legislation favored by the state’s monopoly utility providers.

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Will Lansing side with corporations or kids?

by Greg McNeilly, chairman of the Michigan Freedom Fund


Hey parents. What would you say if I told you politicians in Lansing are poised to pass a pair of bills that would take nearly $24 million each year out of Michigan classrooms? Why? So they could send that money to two massive corporations (and major campaign contributors).

Shocked? It’s worse.

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Glenn: Keep energy choice alive

Representative Gary Glenn (R-Midland) recently opined in The Detroit News that Michigan lawmakers should support Energy Choice and keep it alive in our state. We couldn't agree more! 

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Lansing needs a contract for accountability

By Greg McNeilly -- Chairman, Michigan Freedom Fund


If voters’ faith in state government is a little bit shaken these days, it’s not hard to understand why.

Republican state representatives Todd Courser and Cindy Gamrat recently got busted (and then run out of office) for misusing taxpayer resources in a bizarre attempt to cover up an illicit affair.

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