Despite Popularity, Some States Have Declared War on Natural Gas

Two years ago, rather than coal, natural gas became the fuel of preference for powering plants that generatate electricity. However, its popularity has quickly diminished and using the fuel is under scrutiny in some states. According to The Wall Street Journal, state regulators, renewable energy proponents and environmentalists are insisting that existing or proposed natural…

MI animal “rights” activist supports cattle attacks

According to Chelsea Dispatch, door to a trailer carrying steer to a meat processing plant broke open and two steer got loose in Chelsea located in Superior Township, Michigan last Thursday. Upon finding out, the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office sprang into action not only sending out officers to find the steer but also warned local…

MI judge in vaccine cases issued death threats

Anti-vaccine activists have made death threats as part of an effort to harass Oakland County, Michigan Judge Karen McDonald who oversaw two parental dispute cases involving vaccination. In both cases, the Detroit Free Press states, McDonald ordered the incarceration of mothers who did not to vaccinate their children as part of child custody disputes. One…

Anti-vaccine Michigan mom would rather her son suffer and die

Rebecca Bredow of Detroit, Michigan is facing jail time for refusing to vaccinate her son. ABC News reports that Bredow would absolutely prefer to go to jail than have her son immunized. Originally when she was married, Bredow and her husband, Jason, agreed to stretch out their son’s immunization schedule. Now that they are getting…

Animal “rights” group threatens MI canine store

A controversy erupted over the opening of a Barking Boutique in Grandville, Michigan recently. According to MLive, some local residents and animal rights supporters took it upon themselves to oppose the opening of the store but it cannot be prevented from opening since it meets a three tiered criteria as outlined by Michigan law. Not…

PETA defends tiger in Packard Plant incident

Your favorite animal rights group and mine, People for the Extortion, Torture and Abuse of human beings (PETA), is at is again! According to the Detroit Free Press, his time it involves the group sticking up for the life of a tiger that got loose inside a Packard plant Monday. The plant was used by…

Michigan reports “dangerously low” vaccination rates

Michigan’s vaccination rate is 45 percent among state residents a county public health adviser points out. According to The Windsor Star citing Michigan Live, potential exposure to preventable diseases such as measles, mumps, rubella and pertussis is on the rise due to increasing amounts of parents obtaining immunization waivers for their children to attend state…