THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
From Our Readers
Issue Date: May 10, 2018
As Sen. Gary Peters D-Mich. stated during his recent visit to the State of Wisconsin, the continued operation of the Fincantiere Cantieri Navali Italiani S.p.A. military ship yard in the City of Marinette is a U.S. national security matter of the utmost importance. Let's hope that upon his return to Washington, D.C. he can successfully advocate to move the U.S. Congress and the President to keep this significant part of our national defense complex up and running.
Since and including the Columbine shooting, about 200 mostly white people were killed by AR15 style rifles.
During that same period of time, thousands of young black men have been killed by handguns in primarily democratic administered inner cities.
It appears that white people are more important, unless a black man is killed by a white cop. Then Al Sharpton shows up with the liberal press. Other than that it's a non-story if black men kill other black men.
Black people don't get paid, and get free transportation to rallies at state capitals, or to Washington D.C. to express their plight.
The socialist democrats are intent to do away with the second amendment, then what?, freedom of speech?
The people of Porterfield that are concerned about a new quarry have good reason to be worried. The County of Marinette will do almost nothing to help with controlling it. Their oversight is minimal at best. You can ask people that live near many of the existing gravel pits and you will hear from them the county does nothing to stop noise, control hours of operation, reduce the dust, keep the town and county roads free of mud, etc. Most towns will do even less than the county does. I live near one in the Town of Lake near Lake Noquebay. They blast whenever they want to. The crushing noise carries well with the wind, they can and do run 24/7/365 whenever they feel the need. Your only hope is to prevent it from happening because once it starts it will not end. I would suggest you call the Marinette County Administrator and County Board Chairman to voice your concerns now. Good luck!