State-owned property in 11 counties available at auction beginning today
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is offering 19 parcels of state-owned land in 11 counties for sale by sealed-bid auction at www.michigan.gov/landforsale.The auction begins today, July 9, and will run through Aug. 7, 2014. It will include one parcel that remained unsold in the recent live auction in Ogemaw County at an adjusted minimum bid price. Land parcels are available in Arenac, Clare, Gladwin, Gogebic, Livingston, Midland, Muskegon, Ogemaw, Otsego, Roscommon and Schoolcraft counties.
Parcels range in size from less than an acre to 80 acres, vary in character and cover, and may not have legal access. Prospective buyers are encouraged to research the fitness of a property for its intended use. The minimum bid price is expected to range from less than $1,000 to more than $90,000. Sealed bids must be postmarked by midnight Aug. 7, 2014, and will be opened Aug. 25, 2014.
While most of the properties in this auction were acquired by tax reversion, a few were purchased with other funding. Proceeds from auction are returned to the original fund for future acquisition of important recreation and resource land.
Details about each property will be available beginning on the auction start date by visiting www.michigan.gov/landforsale and clicking on “DNR Internet Summer Auction in Progress Now.” Information includes the minimum bid amount, photos, map, property descriptions and conditions of sale. Instructions to submit a bid will be found on the printable bid form. A list of the proposed auction properties with general locations can be found at www.michigan.gov/landforsale.
Other unsold land from previous auctions remains available for purchase at the listed price. View these properties by visiting the website and clicking “Surplus Land to BUY NOW!”
Printed property information and bid forms may be requested from DNR Real Estate Services Section, P.O. Box 30448, Lansing, MI 48909-7948 or by calling 517-284-5962.
These auction properties are isolated from other DNR-managed lands and do not meet the mission and goals of the department. Proceeds from sale provide future outdoor recreation opportunities in keeping with the mission of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
Yellowstone National Park: New Video Of Increased Thermal Activity Hints At Super Volcano’s Eminent Eruption…..
Yellowstone National Park is starting to get a lot of attention since we reported earlier that the National Guard is preparing for an event to happen there soon. It may be evident that the park’s super volcano, which it sits on, is about ready to erupt. For those who don’t believe, maybe they should see what Firehole Lake Lane — the road that leads to Firehole Lake, one of the parks landmarks — looks like. It has completely melted and looks like oatmeal, making it very unsafe for anyone or anything to use them.
A new video was recently uploaded on YouTube showing what most of the major geyser basins look like at Yellowstone. The video also states these areas of the park have been closed because the stills of the geyser basins in the video literally look like “hell on earth”.
Uploaded by Higher Truth Channel on YouTube today, the pictures shown in the video were taken three days ago on July 9. One of the pictures just so happens to be Firehole Lake. The article we posted earlier talked about the road being closed off, but what about the lake? The video actually does a comparison between the lake back in 2005 to now. The 2005 pictures show the lake as if it were tranquil with some thermal activity spotted about. Jump to 2014 — Firehole Lake literally looks as if it is one fire, with numerous plumes of steam rising off the lake’s surface. The other pictures shown in the video include Bisquit Basin and Norris Basin. Both of them look like they are one fire too!
In the latter half of the video, it explains how there has been 53 tremors in three days, followed by the changed flow of the magma chamber which has moved closer to the surface. Because of this, 30 basalt flows have been made, including in West Thumb, Norris Basin, Riverside Geyser, and Castle Geyser.
Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/1347184/yellowstone-national-park-new-video-of-increased-thermal-activity-hints-at-super-volcanos-eminent-eruption/#9XeQYYz15pAiHYKE.99
A minor tsunami hit Miyagi prefecture in Japan early Saturday after a strong 6.8-magnitude quake jolted the country’s northeastern Pacific coast, prompting advisories for regions including around the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant.
A tsunami of 20 centimetres was observed at 5.12 am (2012 GMT Friday) in Ishinomaki, Miyagi prefecture, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.
The agency had issued a tsunami advisory for Miyagi as well as neighbouring Fukushima and Iwate prefectures, warning that a wave of up to one metre (3.3 feet) could impact their Pacific coastlines after the quake.
Large areas of the coastline covered by the advisory are still recovering from the 2011 quake and tsunami disaster that killed more than 18,000 people and triggered a meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
Plant operators Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) said there were no immediate reports of abnormality after Saturday’s quake.
“We have not seen any damage or any change in radiation gauges after the quake,” said TEPCO spokesman Masahiro Asaoka.
“Today’s operation has yet to start but we ordered workers to evacuate to high places,” Asaoka said.
The meteorological agency advised people to leave the coast immediately, while Japan’s public broadcaster NHK said some local authorities had issued evacuation advisories to their residents.
Kyodo said the city of Iwate had issued an evacuation advisory.
The United States Geological Survey said the quake struck around 129 kilometres (79 miles) east south-east of the city of Namie, an estimated 284 kilometres (176 miles) east north-east of the capital Tokyo, at 4.22 am local time (1922 GMT Friday).
The Fukushima plant’s cooling systems were swamped by the 2011 tsunami, sparking reactor meltdowns and radiation leaks in the worst atomic crisis in a generation.
Tens of thousands of people were evacuated from around the plant, with decommissioning of the site expected to take decades.
The utility is struggling to handle a huge — and growing — volume of contaminated water.
On Friday, the crippled plant was skirted by tropical storm Neoguri. Workers had scrambled to insulate the plant from any storm damage, but Neoguri had little impact on the site as it headed out into the Pacific.
Japan is situated at the conjuncture of several tectonic plates and experiences a number of relatively violent quakes every year.
But thanks to strict building codes, even powerful quakes that might wreak havoc in other countries frequently pass without causing much damage.
By Theodore Shoebat
Muslims in Iraq who are members of ISIS, are conducting what they call a Jihad marriage, also known as “sexual jihad,” and in so doing have been entering random homes, pulling out the women and raping them.
They entered the home of a Christian family and demanded they pay the Islamic tax. When they said that they did not have the money, three Muslims seized the mother and daughter and gang raped them in front of the mother’s husband. After enduring such an event, the husband committed suicide. According to one report:
In one instance, ISIS members entered the home of an Assyrian family in Mosul and demanded the poll tax (jizya). When the Assyrian family said they did not have the money, three ISIS members raped the mother and daughter in front of the husband and father. The husband and father was so traumatized that he committed suicide.
According to one witness, women “are being kidnapped from their house by the ISIS warriors and forced into what they call into a ‘jihad marriage.’”
After one woman was raped, her brother committed suicide out of guilt because he was unable to stop the rapists. As one activist explained:
In one of the cases, the woman’s brother committed suicide also because he was unable to prevent the warriors from taking his sister… In the Iraqi culture when a woman cannot be protected by her family and she is taken and raped, it becomes a source of a huge stigma and dishonor to the family.
As we read from one Mid-East writer, ISIS Muslims “kill unarmed men, kidnap children and rape women.”
The Middle East is becoming another Nanking, with Muslims raping and slaughtering everywhere they go. We will soon see rape become systematized, with hundreds of thousands of women being raped. We must take action before this happens. We must help our Christian brethren get rescued from this horror.
No one in either party has the courage to do this today
What did Presidents Hoover, Truman, and Eisenhower have in common?
(This is something that should be of great interest for you to pass around.
I didn’t know of this until it was pointed out to me.)
Back during the great depression, Herbert Hoover ordered
the deportation of ALL illegal aliens
in order to make jobs available to American citizens
that desperately needed work.
Harry Truman deported over two million illegal aliens after WWII
to create jobs for returning veterans.
In 1954 Dwight Eisenhower deported 13 million illegal Mexicans.
The program was called Operation Wetback.
It was done so WWII and Korean War veterans
would have a better chance at jobs.
It took two years, but they deported them!
Now, if they could deport the illegal aliens back then,
they could surely do it today.
If you have doubts about the veracity of this information,
enter Operation Wetback into
your favorite search engine and confirm it for yourself.
Why, you might ask, can’t they do this today?
Actually the answer is quite simple.
Hoover, Truman, and Eisenhower were men of honor,
not untrustworthy politicians looking for votes from the illegals!
Don’t forget to pay your taxes -
12 to 20 million illegal aliens – are depending on it … and
that’s why they all VOTE for the incumbent thieves!!