Money grows on trees right? Or just for Whitmer?

It’s been a big week! I wanted to share the 5 things you need to know on the Frontlines for this weekend. If there is a story you want us to highlight or an issue we should dig into, reply to this email, and let us know!

  1. Dana Nessel is Fighting to Increase Your Heating Bill
  2. A Complaint has been Filed Against Whitmer’s $100,000 Club
  3. “Independent” Redistricting Commission is Taking the Constitutional Deadline as Seriously as their “Independence”
  4. It’s Time for the Democrat State Rep who Tried to Bust Out of Jail to Resign
  5. News You Might Have Missed: Grand Rapids weighs declaring racism a public health crisis
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Opinion: Nessel's Line 5 lawsuits could drive up your heating bill this fall

This column originally appeared in The Detroit News.

Moms and dads will be firing up their furnaces this month, as summer fades and fall descends: changing leaves, crisp mornings and football weekends. We know the routine, and we love every bit of it. Except maybe those higher home heating bills.

When it comes to keeping the house warm, costs could skyrocket because Attorney General Dana Nessel has filed multiple lawsuits that could raise your bill.

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Democrat party is pushing Whitmer to shut down the state

Michigan’s COVID recovery is among the last in the country after Whitmer’s excessive and ridiculous shutdowns and restrictions.

The polls are tight for Whitmer now, who hasn’t used the state’s health department to issue new restrictions. (Yet.)

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Whitmer caught saying one thing, doing another – AGAIN!

Do you know where Governor Whitmer is spending her weekend?

At the state Capital working on the budget? Working to solve the hiring crisis? Jet setting to Florida? Up north on her boat or at a bar in East Lansing?

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Freedom Alert: Do you trust Whitmer?

Governor Whitmer has a big transparency problem.

Over the last seventeen months, the governor has refused to provide the “science and data” she allegedly uses to make her decisions during the pandemic.

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Opinion: Michigan residents need transparency from Whitmer

This column originally appeared in The Detroit News.

Don’t look now, but high-profile members of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's administration are hinting that they’re considering sweeping new restrictions and more unilateral COVID orders here in Michigan. Just don’t expect Whitmer to offer any actual science or data if they come.

Trust is easy to forfeit and tough to regain. That’s a lesson Whitmer seems to be learning the hard way, as voters, parents and families stand up and speak out in greater numbers against onerous and sweeping new mandates that might spill out of the executive office.

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Where do Whitmer, Democrats Stand on CRT? They Don’t Want to Say

Where do Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Rep. Elissa Slotkin, Rep. Haley Stevens and other high profile Michigan Democrats stand on critical race theory? 

They're not saying while actively trying to hide what they think about it from voters.

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Opinion: Where do Michigan leaders stand on critical race theory?

This column originally appeared in The Detroit News.

There’s a debate raging in Washington, D.C., Lansing, local governments and school districts over the merits of individual freedom, equality and even capitalism: Do we embrace the American dream and our commitment to liberty — the qualities that have long made the United States “a shining city on a hill,” or are equality and opportunity no longer worth protecting?

Those are essential questions. Unfortunately, they’re questions that too many high-ranking Michigan politicos, from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to prominent metro Detroit members of Congress, have spent the summer ducking.

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Freedom Alert: Here we go again!

We’ve seen Governor Whitmer and her team flip flop before, and they’re doing it again.

They said there wouldn't be a new mask mandate.

Whitmer claimed her "hands are tied."

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Fix the Roads, Jennifer

President Biden and Gretchen Whitmer made headlines this week – not for their bloated Federal debt spending on public transportation and high speed internet, but because President Biden called her “Jennifer.”

Whatever you want to call her, it’s ridiculous that after 31 months of Whitmer’s leadership, we still have infrastructure problems in this state, and they’re getting worse.

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