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On December 9, 2020, a video entitled "It's a HORRIBLE time in history to be Honest and Ethical. People love the LIE" was posted on YouTube. The video features testimony from Dr. Pierre Kory, who is, for example, related to an entity called the "Frontline COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance" and to the St. Luke's Aurora Medical Center. In the video, Dr. Pierre Kory talks about an anti-viral called "ivermectin", which has been around for some time, and talks about using it to defeat COVID-19. The talk was given at a hearing (entitled "Early Outpatient Treatment: An Essential Part of the EN SVVID-19 Solution") at the U.S. Senate (related to the Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs) on December 8, 2020. See the video! Hold it! I have to take that back! I learned on February 3, 2021, that the video and a related video had been taken off YouTube by the management of YouTube (which is controlled by Democrats, supporters of communism and socialism), and, for instance, I learned about it through an article entitled "YouTube Cancels the U.S. Senate" [Johnson, Ron. "YouTube Cancels the U.S. Senate." wsj.com, 2 February 2021, 12:47 p.m. ET.]. A person has to wonder why the video would be removed, not being something that was clearly anti-communistic or anti-socialistic. To learn more, you are urged to see my document informally entitled The "Democratic Party" and the "Democrats" Stand for Death, which can be reached through this Democrats and Death link. I report that ivermectin is not a dangerous drug, and the drug has been showing some help in fighting COVID-19, as has hydroxychloroquine (a decades-old non-dangerous drug talked about by U.S. President Donald J. Trump and called dangerous and deadly by the Democrats (who worked to put down everything related to U.S. President Donald J. Trump)). I note that, since ivermectin has helped ill people, the people who put down the drug killed some Americans by withholding the drug or withholding information about the drug in relation to COVID-19, but that is the way of the Democrats (communists and socialists and progressives and such).
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For years, I have been posting editions of Michigan Travels Tips on the Internet, and for a few years, I have used the editions to not only show places that you can visit in Michigan, such as museums and parks, but also to show what rotten people exist in Michigan, and almost always the rotten people are Democrats, who are enslavists (communists, socialists, progressives, and like people). Now, this edition of Michigan Travel Tips presents information on a rotten Republican, but that person is not a politician but is a writer for The Detroit News and is a television personality on WTVS-TV, Channel 56.1, in Detroit. On Sunday, February 7, 2021, The Detroit News (within the edition of the Detroit Free Press or Sunday Free Press) published an article by the man. By the way, the rotten man is Nolan Finley, whom I have talked about in editions of Television History and Trivia over the years. The article was entitled "Congress term limits? Bad idea" [Finley, Nolan. "Congress term limits? Bad idea." The Detroit News, 7 February 2021, p. 36A.]. Here, I shall show why the material in the article is defective and why Nolan Finley is rotten. The article begins with--"Nothing in Michigan's nearly 20-year experience with term limits would recommend their adoption at the federal level. Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is pushing congressional term limits with a proposal almost identical to the one Michigan voters adopted in 1992. The constitutional amendment he advocates would limit House members to three, two-year terms and senators to two, six-year terms. (In Michigan, senators are allowed two, four-year terms.) If it's possible to make Congress a more dysfunctional organization, term limits would do the trick. They've been an absolute disaster for Michigan. Instead of creating a citizens legislature, they've delivered an amateur one. Term limits have eroded the quality of leadership, and the influence of leaders. Lawmakers aren't around long enough to learn their jobs, or to build the relationships that enable consensus governing. Nor do legislators get a chance to gain the wisdom that comes from experience.". Hold it! Stop! Nolan Finley talked about "experience". Generally speaking, working in state government or county government is usually the training area for politicians (at least in relation to political or legislative procedures). When politicians get to the U.S. Congress, they usually already have some experience in lower levels of government, and often their educational backgrounds include law or political science or sociology or other like areas (which are usually useless things in relation to knowing what the world is and which are subjects that have little to do with commonsense thinking). There are exceptions to the rule about having experience; for example, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (a communist or Democratic Socialist who represents a part of New York in the U.S. House of Representatives) had had basically no experience when she got elected. I have to address the idea of "citizens legislature". There is no such thing as a "citizens legislature," and there can never really be, because citizens are not in the political jobs officially and are only in political jobs indirectly--there are always politicians (supposedly representing the people or the citizens) directly in the government jobs. To Nolan Finley, term limits erode the quality of leadership. That is idiocy. Terms limits have nothing to do with leadership skills. A person develops or does not develop leadership skills in the self over time, and it has nothing to do with term limits. Either a person, especially once over the age of 40 years (when finally likely to be in the U.S. Congress), can think well or the person cannot, and thinking well can be a part of leadership. Eroding the "influence of leaders"--think even more about this idea. A person can have "influence" in relation to some matter or can influence people to do something if the person presents a good set of reasons or facts that can persuade others, and the person doing the influencing can have that skill when young or old, and it is not a quality that takes years of being in the U.S. Congress to gain. Who the hell wants "consensus governing" all the time? A person in a government job--if the person has gained wisdom and is willing to think for the self--is supposed to do right and vote for good things based on what is put forth in front of the person to vote on and not to be part of a collage of people working all the time for "consensus," which can be idiocy created by a mass of stupid people and can be idiocy created by a mass of people who are not actually elected (such an unelected members of the bureaucracy). In the article, Nolan Finley then pushed out--"Nor do legislators get a chance to gain the wisdom that comes from experience.". A person's being in government jobs does not lead to "wisdom" in the person. A person's having general knowledge about various subjects, from economics to how to run a business, can lead to wisdom (maybe). A person who is so focused on one main background of knowledge, especially political science, will probably be a stupid person and be a person who has no real general-knowledge wisdom about the world and the country and the lives of others and what makes a country do well. A person who does a survey of people in high public office can find many people in the U.S. Congress have what can called poor general knowledge (a part of wisdom), because their backgrounds are basically tied to only being in public offices--they have no backgrounds really in any other fields of life; for example, Joseph Biden, who is now 78 years of age, was in the U.S. Senate from 1973 to 2009 and has no background in the private sector, and Nancy Pelosi, who is 80 years of age, has been in the U.S. House of Representatives since 1987, and Mitch McConnell, who is 78 years of age, has been in the U.S. Senate since 1985, and Chuck Schumer, who 70 years of age, has been in the U.S. Senate since 1999, and they, like so many others in the U.S. Congress, have spent their entire lives secluded in the political field, where they have not had to worry about gaining a skill for a career, such as in mechanics, machinery, oil drilling, dress making, accounting, writing, et cetera. A person's being in the U.S. Senate or the U.S. House of Representatives is no sign that the person has gained wisdom; for example, a person can simply be voted in for having a pretty face or sounding good in delivering flap-doodle speeches. Nolan Finley continued by saying in the article--"And since they don't get the time to build up credits with their constituents, they're risk-adverse, reluctant to take bold stands for fear of drawing a negative reaction from their districts.". Nolan Finley's thought was useless text. Term limits have nothing to do with a person's taking a stand and being bold. A person in office is supposed to vote for the good of, in essence, the country, as it was founded--a non-communistic country. Building up credits is usless information, and it is unclear what was really meant, unless Nolan Finley was saying a politician does not get to build up a leaway on doing so much crap (having credits to use in relation to counter dumb actions and decisions). Nolan Finley continued with--"The result is a legislative branch that is more hyperpartisan and focused on individual ambitions, and one that doesn't have the gravitas to check the power of the executive branch. Revolving door lawmakers are also overly reliant on professional staff and lobbyists.". Hold it! For ages, people in the U.S. Congress have been "reliant on professional staff and lobbyists.". Today, bills are not really written by politicians--they are written by staffers and lobbyists, and the bills are so damn long that nobody has a chance to read bills anymore as a rule before votes are taken. How do term limits make a legislative body "hyperpartisan"? They do not! There is no correlation! Either the legislative body is hyperpartisan or it is not, depending on who is in it, and it almost always is and will be, because, generally speaking, there are two different main groups of people in the U.S. Congress--(1) the Democrats (communists, socialists, progressives, and Shariaists), all of whom are bad people, and (2) the Republicans (some of whom can be communists, socialists, progressives, and Shariaists and many of whom are anti-communists, anti-socialists, anti-progressives, and anti-Shariasts). Why the hell did Nolan Finley bring up the idea of "gravitas to check the power of the executive branch."? The U.S. Congress as a unit can check the power of the executive branch, and the executive branch can check the power of the legislative branch. How do term limits limit a person's "gravitas" or initiative or self-power to stand up against the executive branch while a member of the U.S. Congress. A lot of young-type people in the U.S. House of Representatives did vote--based on crap--to impeach Donald J. Trump twice. That was jackass gravitas from newbees! Oh, I guess Nolan Finley had to get a dig in on Donald J. Trump! [To learn about the crap that the two impeachment events were and are, see such documents of mine as A Review of What Television Controlled by Socialists and Communists Worked to Sell as Truth in Relation to the U.S. President Donald J. Trump Impeachment, which can be reached through this Impeachment link, and Television History and Trivia #203, which can be reached through this T.H.A.T. #203 link, and The "Democratic Party" and "Democrats" Stand for Death--A Lesson from an Anti-Enslavist, which can be reached through this Democrats and Death link.] Yes, newbees and many others--during a time of no term limits in the U.S. Congress--voted twice for impeaching or convicting U.S. President Donald J. Trump, though it was all bullshit. Good and smart and honorable persons know the two impeachment events were hyperpartisian events, based on idiocy and lies, and there were no term limits then, and even today the Democrats and some Republicans are still pushing the bullshit that Donald J. Trump did something wrong when he was the U.S. President and colluded with the Russians in relation to an election and worked to create an insurrection against the federal government. Nolan Finley then had--"The myth Cruz is pushing is that congressmen get elected and never leave, creating an entrenched ruling class that is aloof from the people they're supposed to represent. That's true to a point, particularly in a Congress that rewards seniority rather than merit. But it's far from the rule. Again, Cruz should look at Michigan, where the current 16-member congressional delegation has just one senator and three House members who have been in office for longer than 10 years.". I say to that last sentence--"So what?". Term limits just make sure people do not get to stay long in the U.S. Congress, such as five decades, when their minds can go to crap (a feature that can be hidden from the citizens), and term limits help make it so that people do not spend all their lives in political offices (especially high offices, where politicians can adversely affect millions of persons), and term limits help in making it so that a person of politics is forced live and survive in the private-sector world. Oh, if there are term limits in the U.S. Congress, the term limits would affect every state of the country. Nolan Finley then pushed out--"Over the past decade, 29 individuals have held Michigan's 14 House seats. The longest serving member is Republican Fred Upton of St. Joseph, who was first elected in 1987. After him, Republican John Moolenaar of Midland, Bill Hutzenga or Zeeland and Tim Walberg of Tipton each have 10 years of consecutive service. Sen. Debbie Stabenow, a Democrat, has been in place for 20 years.". I note that Fred Upton is a rotten man, even though he is a Republican. Fred Upton voted to impeach U.S. President Donald J. Trump in the second-impeachment mess. Fred Upton is rotten! Tim Walberg is no thriller. Senator Debbie Stabenow is a hard-line socialist. Nolan Finley then presented--"Overall, there are 60 freshmen in the Congress that was seated in January. They join the 90 first-termers who were elected in 2018, so that more than one-third of the 435 House members have served two terms or less. Term limits aren't needed to bring fresh blood to Congress, voters are very good at doing that themselves. And they're proven adept at term-limiting Congress members they're displeased with. Michigan voters have turned out six of their representatives over the past decade. Term limits are an elitist tool aimed at shielding Americans from democracy. They assume citizens aren't bright enough to shape their own government. Just as votes have the ability to boot a politician they don't like, they should have the right to keep around an elected official who pleases them.". Hold it! Maybe--a bit--people have a tendency to have short stays in the U.S. House of Representatives, but many end up staying a long time. By the way, people are not supposed to feel sorry that a particular person is voted out of office after only being in office a short time--people not in politics get fired every day. In some cases, a problem can arise when one particular family controls a political seat for decades, such as the John Dingell Sr. family; the U.S. Congress has Debbie today, who followed John Dingell (who was in the U.S. House of Representatives for 50 years), who had followed his father, who had been in the U.S. House of Representatives for 22 years. When there are terms limits, it is harder for a family to control a seat in the U.S. Congress for years, because when a person is in office, the children are too young or too inexperienced to then take over the seat of the person right away (which can happen). [Note: I have a rule called the "Rule of Generations," which notes, basically, that almost always a son or a daughter will not be as good as a parent was in the same field of study, especially in a job that requires real thinking, since peoples' minds develop differently and are different and are geared for different things, and if the family line starts out supporting communism or socialism or progressivism, each successive person in the line will always be worse.] Remember--There is the Kennedy family. There is the George Bush family. And there are other families (such as in relation to Alaska). Nolan Finley talked about "elitist tool aimed at shielding Americans from democracy.". How do term limits help the elites? Term limits knock down the elites in the U.S. Congress, giving them less time in the U.S. Congress, where they can act as elites and might do rotten things while feeling themselves to be elites. What is good about term limits is the people who make laws have to live with them as private citizens when they can no longer hold office (as forced by law or rule). With respect to the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives, an incumbent has big clout to win elections over and over, and a person can end up in the U.S. Senate or the U.S. House of Representatives for decades, and good examples are or have been Mitch McConnell, Chuck Schumer, and Nancy Pelosi. Who cares about the nonsense of "fresh blood"? As I have already noted, members of the U.S. Congress often do not get to read the bills that they are voting on ahead of time, since the bills can be well over a thousand-pages long and the bills can be presented for reading for only short periods of time, such as a few hours. It often does not matter who is in to vote, since, in the case of newcomers, they usually vote in lock-step with the superiors in their political parties--superiors who sort of force newebees to vote certain ways (even if the stuff being forced to vote on is crap) or get knocked down. When there are no terms limits, people of a particular political party can be in the U.S. Congress for decades, getting into their jobs by lying about what they are and what they stand for, and those who have been in the Congress for ages can built up clout and the power to shut down new people in the U.S. Congress, such as by keeping good new people out of committee jobs and then later spending money against the new people in the next elections, and that is one reason there can be turn over of younger or newer members (which Nolan Finley lamented about). It is important to get a turn over in the upper levels of the hierachy in the U.S. Congress. And the many, many voters can be stupid, especially when politicians can lie regularly about what they are and what they stand for and can use millions of dollars on advertising, such as through television, to help push the lies, and many, many voters can be stupid because many media people lie about what certain politicians are and stand for, which is commonplace today, especially with The New York Times, The Washington Post, and the Detroit Free Press (which on Sunday contains material from Nolan Finley). Also term limits help reduce a political family's ability to set up ways in which to get rich from donors and lobbyists over long periods of time (such systems are harder to set up for sort periods of time or when politicans are limited in how long they can be in offices tied to the U.S. Congress); for example, when a politician is only in office a short time, it is harder to set up long-term situations in which a family member of a politician might get favors from the private sector, as did happen in relation to the Joseph Biden family, especially in relation to Hunter Biden, who made big bucks, though Hunter Biden had no experience in what he was being paid for. Term limits do not shield Americans from democracy, since term limits just put different people in front of the voters or since term limits just put different faces of two main groups up for votes--there are two main faces as a rule, being Democrats (who have their set of values) and the Republicans, (who have their set of values)--and the voters can still vote for whom they want of the two main choices of general values. Nolan Finley ended his article with--"What Cruz proposes is an insult to voters. And, as Michigan has well demonstrated, a very bad idea that will make the quality of Congress even worse." In the article, Nolan Finley really did not present the reasons why the quality in the U.S. Congress would go down because of term limits. [Can you list his proof data and such?] Term limits set up a regular change of people in public offices, almost none of whom are indispensable, given the country has some 300-plus-million persons. Politicians are a dime a dozen. Also, almost every politican is working for self-interest, working to get elected or reelected. A few people do get into politics to protect themselves and their families and relatives to come in years out in the far distance; such a person becomes a politician for defensive reasons--to take on bad politicans and bad laws that have been recreated by bad politicians (like Joseph Biden). A good and smart and honorable person knows many politicians--at least all the Democrats (communists and socialists and the like)--consider the citizens expendable since "party" comes first over the country and the citizens. Nolan Finley passed along fluff, as would the House Managers in the second impeachment trial of Donald J. Trump over the week after the article appeared, doing that, for example, when they would present endless videos of people rioting at the U.S. Capitol, which would prove no link between Donald J. Trump and the rioters and prove no evidence of Donald J. Trump's inciting "insurrection." In essence, Nolan Finley presented taught idiocy and foolishness, and that is a sign of a bad person, and, really, Nolan Finley showed he has yet to gain the quality of wisdom. When you travel in Michigan, you might come across the useless Nolan Finley!
[Note: I report "for the record" that Nolan Finley pushed out more crap on Sunday, February 2, 2021, in the Detroit Free Press (the section related to The Detroit News) through an article entitled "GOP riding Trump Titanic to bottom" [Finley, Nolan. "GOP riding Trump Titanic to bottom.? Detroit Free Press, 21 February 2021, p. 34A. The article began with--"Extacting the tumor that is Donald Trump from the Republican Party is clearly not going to be easy. Too many in the GOP have fervently committed themselves to fighting on for Trump's lost cause, ignoring warnings that the party must regroup around less toxic leaders if it hopes to thrive....". To me, Nolan Finley is promoting the idea that Republicans should group around the mush-heads and piss-ass boys or socialists in the Republican Party, such as the hard-line socialist known as Mitt Romney. The ending of the article was--"...Trump will never again be able to rally enough voters to either place himself or one of his surrogates in the White House. But with his still-iron grip on the Republican base, he can complete his destruction of that once Grand Old Party.". I state that the "Grand Old Party has not been "grand" for a long time, since many socialists have taken up residence in the party, while hard-line communists and freaks have taken over the Democratic Party. Again I say--"When you travel in Michigan, you might come across the useless Nolan Finley!".]
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, Islamic 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" 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 it promotes killing of non-followers behind the face of religion and a god, Allah). By the way, a society based on "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 the ideas of the society based on 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 the U.S. is, especially to little children, go public and make it known to other good people and fight back against it.
From about 1976 to 2007, I was a resident of Dearborn, Michigan, which is a city the borders the west side of Detroit, which, since the the 1960s, evolved in to a "black city" controlled by black socialists and white socialists (but mostly black socialists) and which went in to bankruptcy in 2013. While in Dearborn, I regularly saw the Commandant's Quarters of the Dearborn Historical Museum from the outside, and a few times, I went inside the museum building. In 1996, the Richard Gardner House, which had been built in Detroit in about 1831 and had been moved to Greenfield Village (a museum in Dearborn) in the early 1900s, was moved to a new location and became a part of the Dearborn Historical Museum. I have yet to see the Richard Gardner House. I wonder if a lot of blacks of Detroit go to see the Richard Gardner House, since the house was originally in Detroit. Detroit is about 85 percent black. If people from Detroit were to go to Dearborn and the Richard Gardner House, most of the people would have to be black. So, Dearborn gets a lot of blacks on the roads--it is inevitable and logical. On February 20, 2021, I saw a news story on the front page of the Detroit Free Press, which was entitled "Dearborn arrests: More than half are Black people" [Warikoo, Niraj. "Dearborn arrests: More than half are Black people." Detroit Free Press, 20 February 2021, pp. 1A and 6A.]. The story was being pushed that Dearborn is racist against blacks, something that I have heard about for decades. I always remind myself, if crooks are looking for things and money to steal and if the crooks come from Detroit, they are mostly likely to be black, and that is life, and, anyway, because Detroit (a place with a lot of people with nothing to steal because of the political climate) is a bad target area for crooks looking to really score it seems, at least in relation to Dearborn. Look at the start of the article--"Dearborn Police are arresting Black suspects and issuing citations to them at significantly higher rates compared with white suspects, prompting protests from a group of activists who are calling upon Dearborn to reduce spending on police and a crack down on what they see as racist targeting...." The "group" is a socialistic group called Accountability for Dearborn. Later (on the second page for the story), this material was given--"Blacks make up about 3% to 4% of the city [Dearborn], according to the U.S. Census. But in 2019, 58.6% of arrests in Dearborn were of people who are Black, according to data Accountability for Dearborn obtained from the city. That's up from 48.6% of arrests in 2009. In addition, 47.7% of all citations issued by police in the city, such as traffic tickets, were given to Black people in 2019. The data doesn't show arrests and citations for Arab Americans, who are classified as white by the U.S. government. More than 46% of the city is Arab American, the highest percentage among cities in Michigan....". So what does that tell me? In 2013, Detroit went in to bankruptcy, so there has been more reason for crappy people of Detroit to head to Dearborn to shop and do crap; since the 1960s, stores, such as groceries stores, have disappeared from Detroit, so people have had to go elsewhere or the black people of Detroit have had to go elsewhere, and good blacks have had to leave Detroit to find better places to be, such as places to shop that are not in drug-gang controlled areas of Detroit or the slum-like areas of Detroit.
Stevie Wonder (the blind black guy who made a lot of money from music) grew up in the Detroit area and became a music star through being tied to Motown Records. Just because a guy can make a lot of money in the music industry does not mean the guy is any good. Fortunately for Michigan is Stevie Wonder left Michigan for California years ago, and it seems what is fortunate for good people in the United States of America is Stevie Wonder, who is a 70-years-of-age stupid guy, recently told Oprah Winfrey (the black socialistic television personality and such) that he plans to leave the United States of America for Ghana because the America has so much industice. If you travel in Michigan, you probably will not have to put up with seeing jackass Stevie Wonder, so you can feel good about seeing Michigan in person at least for that reason [Aderjotu, Darlene. "Stevie Wonder Tells Oprah He Is Permanently Moving to Ghana to Protect Grandchildren from Industice." Yahoo.com, 23 February 2021, 3:45 p.m..].
Oh, why does Stevie Wonder not move to Detroit, given it must not be a place of injustice, run by black socialists?
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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 "enslave"), 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 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!
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