(The 135th Edition)


Victor Edward Swanson,



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    For this edition of Michigan Travel Tips, I have to lead off by showing off at least one bad or rotten person who lives in the United States of America, though not in Michigan.  It is important!  I could be showing off more than one bad or rotten person.  Really, it is very likely that I will be showing off at least many bad and rotten persons.  In addition, I may even be showing to you that you are a bad or rotten person, who lives in Michigan or another state of the country.  On June 25, 2015, every American got to learn once again the rotten nature of a man named Chief Justice John Roberts of the U.S. Supreme Court.  By the way, I am only focusing on John Roberts, but I could talk about five other rotten persons on the U.S. Supreme Court (Anthony Kennedy, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan), one of whom is a Spanish-based racist.  On June 25, 2015, the American public learned that the U.S. Supreme Court sided with the Barack Obama administration in the court case informally called King v. Burwell, which, in essence, allowed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2015 to stand as written.  (Three justices lost in the decision making process, as did good Americans, and the three justices are Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, and Antonin Scalia).  For one, the U.S. Supreme Court once again--though I really mean a group of six justices--basterdized the meaning of words in the English language, such as the meaning of "state," to make the final ruling that came out of the court, and now I state that, in essence, words have no concrete meanings in the minds of most of the judges in the U.S. Supreme Court and in the court system of the United States of America, and so laws really have ever-changing meanings.  That is bad or terrible.  However, that is not the bad that I am focusing on in this introduction of Michigan Travel Tips #135.  John Roberts wrote a bunch of words about why he voted the way that he had.  I note--A judge in the U.S. Supreme Court is supposed to make decisions based on law and logic and The United States Constitution, and such a judge, like any judge in the country really, should not make judgments on the feelings of what the judge thinks the makers of a law may have intended to do or to accomplish with the law.  John Roberts wrote in the document about the judgment--"...Congress passed the Affordable Care Act to improve health insurance markets, not destroy them....".  Notice the rottenness of John Roberts' statement and John Roberts' mind.  John Roberts made an arbitrary decision or an arbitrary conclusion, based on no fact--He decided the U.S. Congress made the law to make things better.  John Roberts believed that the U.S. Congress only worked or works to make things better.  Consider--John Roberts had no information or data about what intentions the makers of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2015 had had while making the law, and there had been several hundreds of persons--or thousands of persons--involved in making the law.  I note that history shows that the law was put together in unscrupulous ways, that makers of the law did indeed work to pass something that was bad (as documents of mine that are available on the Internet show), and that the law is already causing big problems--It is not a good law.  In fact, I state that the law is shit!  By the way, the history of man--at least over the last dozen or so decades--shows that rulers or politicians often make rotten laws.  Yet, John Roberts thought the U.S. Congress could have had only good intentions in mind--maybe following up on a long-held belief, which is a stupid belief and an inane belief, the U.S. Congress always works to do right--and so John Roberts made a portion of his decision in the case called King v. Burwell based on that.  That is the sign of a rotten judge or a rotten man.  I report--John Roberts is a highly rotten man!  Anyone who supports John Roberts' way of deciding--basing things on "intentions" (something that cannot be truly known)--is a rotten person, and maybe one of those persons is you, and you could be in Michigan, which would make you one of the rotten people in Michigan.  And if you are like John Roberts, you and he are people to be spit on at the very least!

    Warning announcement!  Because of incidents at schools for children and incidents at other places for people in general tied to "Sharia" or "Islamic Law" or even the religion/political system known as "Islam," I now regularly have this paragraph as a part of each edition of Michigan Travel Tips.  The governmental system of the United States of America based on The U.S. Constitution and "Sharia" or, informally, Islam law, are not compatible and cannot co-exist, and one reason is "Sharia" (et cetera) is a political system, in which there is one-party rule, and that one party is basically made up or controlled by religious leaders who base all the ways of their culture or society on "Sharia" or "Islamic Law."  Those who uphold and practice "Sharia" have no tolerance for the existence of Christianity or Buddhism or Hinduism or non-religion, and that is a fact, and "Sharia" is a political system in which women are second-rate human bodies and in which clergy can be involved in determining  business transactions, and there is no "freedom of speech" tied to politics in a society related to "Sharia."  When you travel around Michigan and in other states of the country, watch for signs that rotten people are trying to teach you or family members, especially children, that "Sharia" is good and "Allah" is good and teach you or family members that the United States of America is bad and that, for instance, Christianity and Buddhism and Hinduism are bad, which I have evidence is happening and which is being brought about by people who are clearly working to make "Sharia" and "Islamic Law" a dominant political system in the world (it is a political system as rotten as socialism and fascism and communism are, since it promotes violence and thuggery and coercion and killing under the face of religion).  By the way, a society based of "Sharia" really creates nothing in the long run and does not advance the human society as a whole since it is too busy suppressing the ideas of people and keeping that ideas of the society based of ways of only a few minds up front (the political leaders, whose main purpose is too keep themselves enriched through  the work of others, the many--it is a gang-run society really.  Yes, if you run across people pushing the idea that Muslim stuff--particularly the true The Quran and not the translations of The Quran that are faked to hide the true nature of Islam--is better than U.S. is, especially to little children, go public and make it known to other good people and fight back against it.

    On Saturday, July 4, 2015, I was at Onaway, Michigan, once again--actually, I was there from about 11:25 a.m. to about 12:45 p.m. to see the annual July 4th Parade at Onaway, and, there, I saw new things and I learned new things.  One thing that I saw was a robot ("5534") made by the "Onabots" (you may have run across some national television series and a Michigan-based television series about, for example, high-school students and their robots).  During the parade, I saw somewhere around two dozen old tractors, such as Ford tractors and John Deere tractors (such vehicles have been at the event the last five years at least).  One small tractor was driven by a women (most of the tractors were driven by men), and at the back of the tractor were two flags--the flag of the United States of America and the Confederate Battle Flag.  On the "Confederate Battle Flag" were the words "I Ain't Coming Down".  To me--these days--both the Confederate Battle Flag and the flag of the United States of America stand for people against communists and other rotten people, like the black Islamists (who follow the political system--masquerading as a religion--called Sharia, which is shit).  I took photographs of the tractor and flags for my records.  In other words, for those who think that the "Confederate Battle Flag" stands for slavery of blacks, I say--That may have been the case decades and decades ago, but the flag has a new meaning to me today, and it is a part of the history of the United States of America and it now is one of the calls to rally people against the communists and socialists and Islamists, like shit-head Barack Hussein Obama, a killer.  I also saw a float that was set up on the bed of a semi-truck-trailer-like thing.  The float was made by Carmeuse Natural Chemicals, which operates the calcite (limestone) open-pit mine at Rogers City, Michigan, which is about twenty-minutes driving time from Onaway.  The float represented the mining operation, and it had three main buildings (little buildings, one of which had several toy earth-moving equipment units up it).  The biggest building had a conveyor-belt unit sticking out each side, and many pieces of candy came rolling off from time to time to the spectators, such as me.  The Rogers City Optimist Club had a cute little float, at the front of which was a tiny ferris wheel, and on the seats of the ferris wheel were toy animals, such as bears and penguins.  The biggest float was tied to Moran Iron Works (of Onaway), which for about two decades has made a special float for the annual parade, and the floats have been, for example, an aircraft carrier and a big steering wheel (which had been the product for last year).  This year, the object was hard to describe, since it was not a representation of the torch for Lady Liberty or a big ax or a big chain saw or a bust of Gerald R. Ford.  What people saw this year was the "arch" for the entrance to a new place for people to see--Awakon Park (or Awakon Park, sculpture trail and historic landmark).  I took photographs, and I received a card that said--"Welcome to Awakon Park  As of July 4, 2015, Awakon Park, is officially open to the public.  The arch, built by students from the Industrial Arts Institute and showcased at the parade, will be placed at our M68 entrance for visitors to enter through and enjoy the surroundings.  This park is privately held but established for community enjoyment via walking, running, and biking.  Motor vehicles are prohibited.  Many community volunteers and Moran Iron Works employees, have dedicated countless hours and talents to uncover The American Wood Rim Company remnants and create spaces for an Art Trail.  The park will be under development over the course of the next several years.  We encourage you to visit often and experience new art installments, uncovered treasures, and a priceless piece of Onaway history.  Please enjoy!".  I have not seen the park, but I expect some of the recent big floats for past Onaway parades for July 4th will probably be there.  For instance, I know that the bust for Gerald R. Ford and the head  of George Washington have been in the area for some time, and it seems to me they would probably end up there.  I note--in the early 1900s, The American Wood Rim Company was an important company at Onaway, and that company was tied to making steering wheels for cars.  A fire in 1926 put the place out of business and hurt the people of Onaway--a big industry was killed.  It looks as if, over the next several years, people are going to work to sort of create what The American Wood Rim Company looked like.  We shall see what happens.  And Awakon Park (or Awakon Park, sculpture trail and historic landmark) is something that I learned about.

    From Onaway to Bay City, I go--to talk about something new.  The Saginaw Naval Ship Museum, which is fairly new museum at Bay City, has a new exhibit--almost (the new exhibit needs work).  The museum now has a 1945 DUKW (informally called a "duck"), which is like a vehicle and boat in one and which is like vehicles used in World War II.  That reminds me (I am expert on The Mackinaw WAGB-83, which is now a museum at Mackinaw City, Michigan).  In the 1950s, for example, The Mackinaw WAGB-83 was regularly used to get by water the Cherry Queen for the National Cherry Festival at Traverse City, Michigan, to near the park were the main festivities took place (she rode on the ship with her court), and in 1952 (to get Queen Ruth Madonna Belanger to the event) and in 1958 (to get Queen Marcia Wamsley), the last little bit of the trip by water was done with a DUKW.  Let met get back on the main subject.  It seems, for years, the DUKW that was recently acquired by  the Saginaw Naval Ship Museum had been rotting way in the woods in Millersburg, Michigan, which is about 15 minutes or so driving time from Onaway.   ["WWII-era boat added at Saginaw Valley Naval Ship Museum."  Cheboygan Tribune, 22 May 2015, p. B7.]

    Stay well!


    P.S. #1: Remember: While you travel in Michigan, remind your children or grandchildren that they should never pledge to be a "servant to Obama" or a servant to any politician or sing the praises of Barack Obama, and to help you remember other matters that you should teach children about bad politicians, such as Barack Obama (who can be described as an "enslaver"), see such other documents of mine as Conservatism for Children and What Conservatism Means (which can be reached through this link: Conservatism) and Lessons for Children about Politics and Dangerous People (which can be reached through this link: Children).  (Note: I first passed along the subject of not being a "servant to Obama" and the like in the publication entitled T.H.A.T. #58, which can be reached through this link: T.H.A.T. #58.)

    P.S. #2: While you travel in Michigan, it is easy to come across evidence of rotten people or to meet rotten people.  One really rotten man is Richard Bernstein, who is a new member to the Supreme Court for the State of Michigan.  Evidence of his rottenness can be found in my document entitled Richard Bernstein--A Man Who Hopes You Are Blind to His Rottenness, which can be reached through this Bernstein link.  Yet, on Monday, January 12, 2015, the Detroit Free Press did a story about Richard Bernstein to sell Richard Bernstein as something good, though he is not (Ahern, Louise Knott.  "State's 1st blind justice aims to be inspiration."  Detroit Free Press, 12 January 2014, p. 4A.).  I report--I urge anyone who runs a business and loses a court case in which Richard Bernstein was one of the presiding judges to file to have the decision thrown out or killed through another case, since Richard Bernstein, while running to be elected to the Supreme Court of Michigan, made it clear that he was going to be biased against businesses if he were to be elected to the Supreme Court of Michigan, and that is a fact.  Richard Bernstein is a rotten man!

    Your travel tips in this edition of Michigan Travel Tips are:

    Awakon Park, Onaway, Presque Isle County, the Lower Peninsula.

    Saginaw Valley Naval Ship Museum, Bay City, Bay County, the Lower Peninsula.


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