The Downside of Windmills

HILLSDALE TEA PARTY January 20, 2011

The Tea Party Agenda

We will have many FACTS about “Windmills” at our Tea Party Thursday evening, 1/20/11, to help you understand the issues.
Dave Guertin, a Reading Township [Hillsdale County] resident will address “The Downside of Windmills in your back yard”
Dave attended a recent township meeting where public concerns were heard.
He has done extensive research on Windmills and will share this information

Our key note speaker will be Dr. Mickey Craig of Hillsdale College on “First Principles” of our Country, and if you are not sure or don’t remember the “First Principles” you certainly want to be there.

At your request, we are starting a little later.  The doors of the Dawn {aka Roxy} Theater, 110 N. Broad St., will open at 6 PM.  The program will start at 6:30 and we will have Q & A for Dr. Craig and David Guertin.

We will plan to be out by 8:30.

I do hope to see you there.

Gloria Vear for the Committee.

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One Response to The Downside of Windmills

  1. sixathome says:

    Documented civilian deaths from violence

    99,383 – 108,501

    Deaths per day from suicide attacks and vehicle bombs
    Deaths per day from vehicle bombs

    Deaths per day from gunfire / executions
    Deaths pre day from gunfire / executions

    Weekly graph Monthly table

    This data is based on 24,019 database entries from the beginning of the war to 12 January 2011. The most recent weeks are always in the process of compilation and will rise further. The current range contains 4,967–5,155 deaths (5.0%–4.8%, a portion which may rise or fall over time) based on single-sourced reports. Graphs are based on the higher number in our totals. Gaps in recording and reporting suggest that even our highest totals to date may be missing many civilian deaths from violence. See Recent Events for as yet unpublished incidents, and read About IBC

    Violence or war , when is it enough ? The two parties are the same and we need a drastic change.

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