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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

America-funded African dictator is not letting American cash touching Libyan poor?

Imagine that. State Secretary Hillary Clinton gave American tax dollars to the government of Libya with the expectation that the evil dictator would use that money to feed Libyans.... somehow.

Our tax dollars are used to fund an evil dictator's evil. Said villain recently welcomed back a terrorist bomber with a party, just for kicks.

I am not surprised therefore this cannot be disappointing.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

at the Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference

I presume some of you are here because I gave you a business card with this URL on it. Good.

If you met me at the Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference then you should stay a bit. I'll be back here late Sunday. Browse the archives. I am particularly proud of the stuff about separating faith and government, or however I worded it at the time.

Read it all.

At Mackinac I served State Senator Tom George and wore his T-shirt proudly. Other times on the Island I was as free agent as a bird can get. I love this state.

Remain neutral in all electoral races except for my endorsement of Bill Schuette for Attorney General and Rick Jones for State Senate

Monday, September 21, 2009

Psycho Killer on Vacation

So a man killed an elderly woman in a premeditated manner (he soaked her body in gasoline to cover up the smell of a dead woman) and his prison sentence was guided by a successful insanity plea. When his mental hospital took him on a field trip he made a great getaway. He was all packed to go, too!

What idiots....

SPOKANE, Wash. — Authorities in Washington state said Sunday that they're looking into whether an insane killer who escaped from a field trip organized by his mental hospital planned his getaway.

Police continued to search Sunday for Philip Arnold Paul, who escaped Thursday during a trip to a county fair.

Spokane County sheriff's spokesman Dave Reagan said the 47-year-old Paul left little clothing behind in his hospital room and carried a backpack and $50 on the outing.

Reagan said the trip to the fair, which included 30 other Eastern State Hospital patients, is an annual event that Paul easily could have anticipated.

Paul was committed after he was diagnosed as schizophrenic and acquitted by reason of insanity in the 1987 slaying of an elderly woman. He soaked her body in gasoline to throw off search dogs.

the Threat of the Keynsians

In today's modern political climate I would claim that instead of the Marxists or the Socialists that is the Keynsians that are the greater threat to our economy and thus our prosperity on a personal and national level.

Essentially Keynsians believe in "capitalism" and/or "the free market economy" but believes that certain things are too important to be left at risk, that risk being liberty. For the most part they believe the best way to preserve a good way of life is to take control of things in nature in brand news ways so we do not risk losing those things, or having those things become expensive because they become rare (as the supplies run low). Most genuine Marxist-Leninist-Socialists (Communists, for the most part, with some exception) desire a sociopolitical reform to the point where the way of life of the average American is substantially and fundamentally altered and the old traditional way of life is harmed, damaged or destroyed.

On the other hand there are enough Keynsians who believe in concepts like "social justice" and "wealth gap", the disparity in the amount of income and fiscal holdings between "rich" and "poor", "upper class" and "middle class" that they would undermine good old-fashioned "invisible hand" economics in attempts to fix what they see as gross wrong. In this manner they are indistinguishable from the Communists of yesteryear, although the methods are entirely different and I believe the Keynsian economists lie to themselves.

Robert Stacy McCain, in the link, only goes on about the impact of the Keynsian policy of the federal goverment: the Bailout.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

community organizers helped wreck the American economy

So this well-researched piece that I link to is Stankley Kurtz's New York Post article on Barack Obama and community organizing. It should be referenced as many times as possible as an example of the villains our President surrounds himself with as his friends, political allies and so-called professional associates. What kind of profession did Mr. Obama take as his in life? That is not as important, right now, as placing blame.

I know that as a whole the greed of the human being caused the latest economic crisis, both in my country and in the world as a whole. People want as much as possible for as little work, risk, and effort as possible. Anytime one thinks he can invest only a little and profit much he will do so, for better or for worse, usually for worse. Of course anyone who says that banks schemed to give bad loans to people unable to pay the loans as part of a scheme to get the money from what payments they could get and then to get a house the people were evicted from is saying something stupid. Banks deal in money. They do not deal in houses that cannot be sold easily. There are different causes for each respective case but in a whole slew of problems we can trace the cause to community organizers, at least o the leftist variety.
Community organizers intimidate banks into making high-risk loans to customers with poor credit.

In the name of fairness to minorities, community organizers occupy private offices, chant inside bank lobbies, and confront executives at their homes - and thereby force financial institutions to direct hundreds of millions of dollars in mortgages to low-credit customers.

In other words, community organizers help to undermine the US economy by pushing the banking system into a sinkhole of bad loans. And Obama has spent years training and funding the organizers who do it.

That partially intends to partially answer the question of "just what does a community organizer do?" People ask that question because that is a major facet of President Obama's background, and when the question was first asked (and in this article answered) he was a Senator running for President. Now there is a root in legislation made back before Barack Obama even graduated High School,

THE seeds of today's financial meltdown lie in the Commu nity Reinvestment Act - a law passed in 1977 and made riskier by unwise amendments and regulatory rulings in later decades.
I guess seeds are a more apt description than "a root". It does grow, however, to be an ongoing phenomenon, a problem, quite intertwined with the villains of community organizing.

CRA was meant to encourage banks to make loans to high-risk borrowers, often minorities living in unstable neighborhoods. That has provided an opening to radical groups like ACORN (the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now) to abuse the law by forcing banks to make hundreds of millions of dollars in "subprime" loans to often uncreditworthy poor and minority customers.

Any bank that wants to expand or merge with another has to show it has complied with CRA - and approval can be held up by complaints filed by groups like ACORN.

In fact, intimidation tactics, public charges of racism and threats to use CRA to block business expansion have enabled ACORN to extract hundreds of millions of dollars in loans and contributions from America's financial institutions.

Then Fanny Mae and Freddie Mac (sounds more like bakeries than financial institutions with earth-shaking power) made things worse by purchasing up debts and then selling those debts, which definitely makes the business of "who owes whom" more difficult to unravel. I need not point out that when President Obama was a community organizer he worked with/for ACORN. He also assisted them as a lawyer, but ceasing that digression,

Fannie and Freddie acted in response to Clinton administration pressure to boost homeownership rates among minorities and the poor. However compassionate the motive, the result of this systematic disregard for normal credit standards has been financial disaster.
What this is is an example of the President of the United States playing god with the fundamental rules of economics, economics itself being a system or continuum with rules, patterns, causes and effects, where improper influence or interference can make or break proper effects and cause disastrous events. In this instance the President desired to make a virtuous status available to people who cannot afford to own it. It is like giving a live hand grenade (with the pin pulled) to a ten-year-old with two sprained elbows. Let's get personal here.

ONE key pioneer of ACORN's subprime-loan shakedown racket was Madeline Talbott - an activist with extensive ties to Barack Obama. She was also in on the ground floor of the disastrous turn in Fannie Mae's mortgage policies.

Long the director of Chicago ACORN, Talbott is a specialist in "direct action" - organizers' term for their militant tactics of intimidation and disruption. Perhaps her most famous stunt was leading a group of ACORN protesters breaking into a meeting of the Chicago City Council to push for a "living wage" law, shouting in defiance as she was arrested for mob action and disorderly conduct. But her real legacy may be her drive to push banks into making risky mortgage loans... aided by ACORN organizer Sandra Maxwell, Talbott announced plans to conduct demonstrations in the lobbies of area banks that refused to attend an ACORN-sponsored national bank "summit" in New York. She insisted that banks show a commitment to minority lending by lowering their standards on downpayments and underwriting - for example, by overlooking bad credit histories.

By September 1992, The Chicago Tribune was describing Talbott's program as "affirma- tive-action lending" and ACORN was issuing fact sheets bragging about relaxations of credit standards that it had won on behalf of minorities.

And Talbott continued her effort to, as she put it, drag banks "kicking and screaming" into high-risk loans. A September 1993 story in The Chicago Sun-Times presents her as the leader of an initiative in which five area financial institutions (including two of her former targets, now plainly cowed - Bell Federal Savings and Avondale Federal Savings) were "participating in a $55 million national pilot program with affordable-housing group ACORN to make mortgages for low- and moderate-income people with troubled credit histories.

Fannie Mae's participation, which was purchasing loans, effectively centralized the debt into massive quantities. Now an irritating part of American history is not only a group of its citizens working to destroy and harm banks and banking systems, but that as a younger man (and he is quite unrepentant now) Barack Obama was complicit in these acts.Obama was funding them. As he rose to a leadership role at Chicago's Woods Fund, he became the most powerful voice on the foundation's board for supporting ACORN and other community organizers. In 1995, the Woods Fund substantially expanded its funding of community organizers - and Obama chaired the committee that urged and managed the shift.

That committee's report on strategies for funding groups like ACORN features all the key names in Obama's organizer network. The report quotes Talbott more than any other figure; Sandra Maxwell, Talbott's ACORN ally in the bank battle, was also among the organizers consulted.

MORE, the Obama-supervised Woods Fund report ac knowledges the problem of getting donors and foundations to contribute to radical groups like ACORN - whose confrontational tactics often scare off even liberal donors and foundations.

Indeed, the report brags about pulling the wool over the public's eye. The Woods Fund's claim to be "nonideological," it says, has "enabled the Trustees to make grants to organizations that use confrontational tactics against the business and government 'establishments' without undue risk of being criticized for partisanship."

Hmm. Radicalism disguised by a claim to be postideological. Sound familiar?

The Woods Fund report makes it clear Obama was fully aware of the intimidation tactics used by ACORN's Madeline Talbott in her pioneering efforts to force banks to suspend their usual credit standards. Yet he supported Talbott in every conceivable way. He trained her personal staff and other aspiring ACORN leaders, he consulted with her extensively, and he arranged a major boost in foundation funding for her efforts.

And, as the leader of another charity, the Chicago Annenberg Challenge, Obama channeled more funding Talbott's way - ostensibly for education projects but surely supportive of ACORN's overall efforts.Children are raised to see this man as a hero. In fact he was such a political creature, a Chicago politician, if you will, that an ethical individual should have a difficult time touting him as an American through the more common idealistic lenses on what true leadership should be.

That is, a Chicago politician used deception to shift charitable efforts to fund attacks on a morally neutral (at worst) service industry, and had at least some role in the destruction of lives and damage to the value of American currency.

It's likely better to read Mr. Kurt's article without my constant interruptions.

Uruguay versus New Zealand

Awhile ago a friend of mine tried to convince me that New Zealand was such an awesome place. I cannot quite recall her reasoning but it never quite reached me. Here are some reasons that New Zealand is bad for you, as in a letter to John Derbyshire.
Dear John — I was a [senior medical professional] in New Zealand, at [name of town], from [dates, a recent year and a half]. Shall I tell you all the ways it sucks?

1) Its lawyers make much more than its MDs, on average. Sorry, that's a bad sign.
2) It always rains. (Places that are very green always rain)
3) Its medical system sucks on toast.
4) It's anti-semitic.
5) It hates the USA.
6) Its children are poorly educated, and its teenagers have one of the highest rates of suicide in the Western world — it has very poor child psychiatric services, much worse than ours.
7) Its indigenous people (the Maoris), make our Native Americans look like Puritans ("Once Were Warriors" is no exaggeration).

Oh, did I mention that they heat their homes using wood, that their homes are much chillier than ours, that their best brand of clothesdryers goes by the name of SMEG (deservedly), that prices are two-three times higher than in the US for much shoddier goods, and that the food is in the best British tradition?

Don't get me started on taxes.

I kissed the ground when I returned back to SF, which is not my favorite city. But to be back in the USA! Even under Obama, it's better here, and they're under their brand of Conservatives right now!
Now we shall compare that to a description of the South American country of Uruguay.I
stumbled onto your post on Uruguay. I spent two or three weeks hacking around there a couple years ago, and it's a splendid little country. They claim what is probably an honest 97 percent literacy rate, the cities are clean, street dogs are well fed and don't cower, out in the country kids in smocks go to neat little schools … it's really nice. The current president is a center-left guy, oncologist by trade, who goes back to his lab once a week to work. His nurses kiss him on the cheek. The country had a military govt for some years, but when discontent arose, the generals held an election, lost, shrugged, and went back to the barracks. The uruguayos are civil, good-natured, and kind, the sort of folks who'll walk to the corner with you when you ask directions, just to be sure you got it. They are, as they say, more European than Europe, so you don't have that uneasy feeling of a potential machete moshpit lurking always. Were it not for stern duty, I'd happily move there and spend the sunset years drinking tannat, the vernacular red wine, and eating beef and pasta. Keep those fantasies going.
This is not quite within the stereotype of "any nation whose name ends in '-guay.'"

So what quiet countries are we overlooking for just places to stay of awhile?

Michigan State verus Notre Dame

at

Day:
Saturday
Date:
Sept. 19, 2009
Location:
Notre Dame, Ind.
Time:
3:30 p.m. ET

Coverage



TV: NBC

Friday, September 18, 2009

five proponents of centralized power

The Debate Link: I Like Our List Better

The man goes to all that effort to make a blog, fill it with stuff to show how smart he is, makes fun of Jonah Goldberg and Mark Steyn and then the latter two give him a bunch of traffic that insists on mocking his crabby (with 'b' as in 'boy) argument while his one supporter is "PG" and overly loquacious.

2009 Fall Job Expo

The following announced intention to attend.
COMPANY and its web site
AFLAC
aflac.com
Auto-Owners Insurance Company
www.auto-owners.com
Broadstripe
broadstripe.com
Capital Area Michigan Works!
www.camw.org
Career Quest
www.cqlc.edu
Centennial Wireless
www.centennialwireless.com
Central Michigan University
cmich.edu
Cornerstone University
Davenport University
davenport.edu
DELEG Michigan Rehabilitation Services
www.michigan.gov/mrs
Dimondale Nursing Center
www.nexcarehealth.com
EMS--AT&T
emsjobinfo.com
Erie Construction
www.erieconstruction.com
Evolve Tele-Services, Inc.
www.evolveteleservices.com
FedEx Ground
Fox 47 WSYM TV
www.fox47news.com
G C Services
www.gcserv.com
International Trucking School
www.InternationalTruckingSchool.net
Labor Ready
Lansing Community College Admissions
www.lcc.edu
Lansing Community College--Aviation
www.lcc.edu
LCC--Truck Driver Training
www.lcc.edu
Lansing State Journal
www.lsj.com
Manpower
www.manpower.com
Mid Michigan Radio Group
www.q106fm.com; www.wqtx.net;
www.wvic.net; www.wjzlonline.com
Modern Woodmen of America
www.modern-woodmen.org
Peckham, Inc.
www.peckham.org
Protégé Academy
www.protegeacademy.com
Quality Dairy Company
www.qualitydairy.com
Speedway SuperAmerica LLC
www.speedway.com
Sircon, a Vertafore Business
www.sircon.com
Spring Arbor University
www.arbor.edu/lansing
State of Michigan Civil Service Comm.
www.michigan.gov
TDS Telecommunications Corp.
www.tdstelecom.com
Trainco
www.traincoinc.com
U. S. Army Recruiting
www.goarmy.com
University of Phoenix
www.phoenix.edu
Veteran Services DELEG
www.michigan.gov/dleg

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

origin of the Source Wall

We've established through a tight tradition that the point of Apologies Demanded, this blog, is not myself but my interests committed to a record.

One of the standard elements of the DC Universe's (or DC Comics') New Gods mythology is the "Source Wall"; where this artifact, item, idea, vision came from is a bit up in the air. While the idea is described by New Gods creator Jack Kirby, its visualization was not put into picture form until the 1980s, well after the initial iteration of the New Gods was published. Walt Simonson explains this 11-22-2006, 08:24 PM on the Comic Book Resources message board.
The Source Wall as it is currently understood visually in the DCU first appeared in the X/Titans crossover. Wikipedia notwithstanding, the Wall as such did not appear in Kirby's New Gods.What did appear was a four page introductory sequence in NEW GODS #5 in which Metron, using his Mobius Chair, explores the 'Final Barrier'. "And somewhere beyond--lies the Source: the greatest of mysteries." An additional description suggests that this is the Promethian Galaxy--a place of giants--where "all roads to the Source come to an end--". Visually, there's a double page shot of a giant strapped to an enormous piece of Kirby debris. There's another panel with a large head of a female who tried ot achieve "the maximum state". And failed. And, in the text, Metron notes that 'beyond all the knowledge and sweeping concept at our command, the mystery of the Source lies--serene---omnipotent--all-wise.'There is, however, no shot of a 'Source Wall' as such. No final visual barrier beyond which an entity may not venture. No wall full of entities who tried to breach the final barrier and failed and became subsumed within the Wall.Chris and I invented that notion--and its visualization--for the X/Titans book, clearly extrapolating from what Jack had done.The neatest part of the invention is that apparently, the notion of the Wall and its execution were such a perfect fit for the existing New Gods mythology that folks don't really remember exactly where it came from

:)Best/Walter
"Chris" is Chris Claremont, best known for introducing the "New X-Men", as he had wrote, plotted, and scripted Giant-Size X-Men #1 and was the plotter and scripter for the X-Men series, then called Uncanny X-Men, all the way from then until the early 1990s where... it's not important.The "X/Titans crossover" was the fifth collaboration between DC Comics and Marvel Comics (and I believe the last). It involved the Teen Titans and the X-Men combining to fight Deathstroke the Terminator, Darkseid, and the Dark Phoenix.

Friday, September 11, 2009

9/11 bits

the College Republican image we should be showing



Charlotte I. Evans of the Ripon College Republicans, placing flags on September 10th, 2009 for her school's 9/11 Memorial.


Yes, this fits in well with September 11 remembrance but it is also part of my "image we should be showing" series

September 11 is now Patriot Day (not pacifist's day)

Surely that title can be an overall banner. Yet let us face it: what is the anniversary of an attack on our country by pagan tyrants hoping to stab fear straight and deep into the hearts of my countrymen is not being utilized by superficial politicians' for "service", political points.

This is the eighth anniversary of 9-11 and I do not want to focus on a "national day of service" or anything cheaply pacifistic like that.

Eight years after the attack where villains strove to drive us from the field of confrontation we come to brilliant realization that time itself has done that. Upon the attacks and from the attacks came President Bush George W. Bush's military doctrine. That Bush Doctrine was simply that if your nation housed, sheltered and protected the terrorists (for lack of a better word) that were the enemies of our country, then your country was our enemy and we would militarily devastate your country until a surrender and a minor ideological reversal. Thus were the concept of multiple national fronts in a global War on these terrorists. Afghanistan, ruled by the Taliban and the former Mujaheddin, hid Al Queda and Osama bin Laden, those who attacked us. Iraq has a long history of sheltering the enemies of our nation and already had surrendered its national sovereignty to us as the result of a short war in the nineteen-nineties.

In eight short years we have devolved and eight years after the attacks we have a new President who does not see the pagan villains as threats and rather than pursue a global crusade to reveal the murderers in their hiding spots, he sees two wars. Rather than a larger cause that should be pursued he sees isolated political elements, a "good war" and a "dumb war" with a sick pervert's view why we pursued the "dumb war" and it all hinges on political purposes. So if there is a global presence of the sort of terrorists that struck us on 9/11 the current President has issued a a blanket pardon on these sorts of madmen. There will be no active pursuit to flush them out and take the offensive against the darkness.

Worse yet is the Presidential pledges to have mercy on these child-killers.

This day was an impetus to strike back and then strike first. It is not a day of death but a reminder of who we must protect life from. To do so I take the narrow view that certain sorts of Muslims are arch-villains and frankly there are atheists and socialists and anarchists who would take the same stance against us, take the same actions, and they too should be hunted down. They should be hunted down. This is a day of violence. I am not an advocate of violence begetting violence.

This day should stand to remind us; we can never forget; we should remember the efforts that few would attempt to harm the many and how some cannot be deterred from evil and only can be destroyed. By no means is this a call against Islam, but if there is any call for vigilance and to perhaps the hunt these animalistic predators then this day and every anniversary thereof should be that call.

An American blood sacrifice of 3000 people, many of them victims and some of them heroes demands nothing less.

Wednesday, September 09, 2009

So this was my Facebook claim under "Religious Views"

It was what I had when I started on Facebook back in early 2006 or late 2005
a New Testament Jesus Christ is all that stands between some of us and an Old Testament God. some...
It lasted until today, 2009-09-09. I sense it will be back someday, for today I am changing it.... and for later days as well.

Friday, September 04, 2009

2009 Michigan State football schedule

Date Opponent / Event Location Time / Result
09/05/09 vs. Montana State TV East Lansing, Mich. 12:00 p.m. ET
09/12/09 vs. Central Michigan TV East Lansing, Mich. 12:00 p.m. ET
09/19/09 at Notre Dame TV Notre Dame, Ind. 3:30 p.m. ET
09/26/09 at Wisconsin * Madison, Wis. TBA
10/03/09 vs. Michigan * East Lansing, Mich. TBA
10/10/09 at Illinois * TV Champaign, Ill. 12:00 p.m. ET
10/17/09 vs. Northwestern * TV East Lansing, Mich. 12:00 p.m. ET
10/24/09 vs. Iowa * East Lansing, Mich. 7:05 p.m. ET
10/31/09 at Minnesota TV Minneapolis, Minn. 8:00 p.m. ET
11/07/09 vs. Western Michigan East Lansing, Mich. TBA
11/14/09 at Purdue West Lafayette, Ind. TBA
11/21/09 vs. Penn State * East Lansing, Mich. TBA

Michigan State sports schedule Sept through Oct 2009

Friday, Sept 4
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Men's Soccer Duquesne East Lansing, Mich. 5:00 PM
Women's Volleyball Syracuse Cleveland, Ohio W, 3-2 Box Score

Cross Country Jeff Drenth Memorial Mt. Pleasant, Mich. 4:00 PM
Women's Volleyball Cleveland State Cleveland, Ohio 7:00 PM
Saturday, Sept 5
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Football Montana State East Lansing, Mich. 12:00 PM
Big Ten Network
Field Hockey American Athens, Ohio 1:00 PM
Women's Volleyball Cleveland State Cleveland, Ohio 4:00 PM
Sunday, Sept 6
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Men's Soccer UIC Chicago, Ill. 7:00 PM
Women's Soccer Central Michigan East Lansing, Mich. 1:00 PM
Field Hockey Ohio Athens, Ohio 1:00 PM
Wednesday, Sept 9
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Men's Golf Topy Cup Tokyo, Japan All Day
Thursday, Sept 10
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Men's Golf Topy Cup Tokyo, Japan All Day
Friday, Sept 11
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Men's Soccer Wright State Ann Arbor, Mich. 5:00 PM
Women's Soccer Illinois State East Lansing, Mich. 4:00 PM
Women's Volleyball Duquesne Chicago, Ill. 6:00 PM
Men's Golf Topy Cup Tokyo, Japan All Day
Saturday, Sept 12
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Football Central Michigan East Lansing, Mich. 12:00 PM
ESPN or ESPN2
Women's Volleyball Georgia State Chicago, Ill. 12:00 PM
Field Hockey Old Dominion Syracuse, N.Y. 2:00 PM
Women's Volleyball Illinois-Chicago Chicago, Ill. 7:00 PM
Women's Golf Mary Fossum Invitational East Lansing, Mich. All Day
Sunday, Sept 13
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Men's Soccer Lipscomb Ann Arbor, Mich. 12:00 PM
Field Hockey Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y. 1:00 PM
Women's Golf Mary Fossum Invitational East Lansing, Mich. All Day
Tuesday, Sept 15
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Women's Soccer Detroit East Lansing, Mich. 4:00 PM
Friday, Sept 18
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Men's Soccer Loyola Marymount San Diego, Calif. 7:00 PM
Women's Soccer Kent State Kent, Ohio 4:00 PM
Women's Volleyball Furman Clemson, S.C. 11:00 AM
Women's Volleyball Clemson Clemson, S.C. 7:00 PM
Cross Country Spartan Invitational East Lansing, Mich. TBA
Men's Tennis Frank Beeman Invitational East Lansing, Mich. All Day
Saturday, Sept 19
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Football Notre Dame Notre Dame, Ind. 3:30 PM
NBC
Women's Volleyball Presbyterian Clemson, S.C. 12:00 PM
Field Hockey James Madison Harrisonburg, Va. 2:00 PM
Women's Crew Michigan Ann Arbor, Mich. All Day
Men's Golf Spartan Classic Kingsley, Mich. All Day
Men's Tennis Frank Beeman Invitational East Lansing, Mich. All Day
Sunday, Sept 20
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Men's Soccer San Diego San Diego, Calif. 5:00 PM
Women's Soccer Eastern Michigan Ypsilanti, Mich. 1:00 PM
Field Hockey Virginia Charlottesville, Va. 12:00 PM
Men's Golf Spartan Classic Kingsley, Mich. All Day
Men's Tennis Frank Beeman Invitational East Lansing, Mich. All Day
Friday, Sept 25
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Field Hockey Northwestern East Lansing, Mich. 3:00 PM
Women's Volleyball Purdue West Lafayette, Ind. 7:00 PM
Women's Tennis Spartan Invitational East Lansing, Mich. All Day
Saturday, Sept 26
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Football Wisconsin Madison, Wis. TBA
Women's Tennis ITA All-American Championships Pacific Palisades, Calif. All Day
Women's Tennis Spartan Invitational East Lansing, Mich. All Day
Cross Country Griak Invitational Minneapolis, Minn. TBA
Sunday, Sept 27
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Men's Soccer Ohio State East Lansing, Mich. 2:30 PM
Big Ten Network
Women's Soccer Penn State East Lansing, Mich. 12:00 PM
Big Ten Network
Field Hockey Maine East Lansing, Mich. 1:00 PM
Women's Tennis ITA All-American Championships Pacific Palisades, Calif. All Day
Women's Tennis Spartan Invitational East Lansing, Mich. All Day
Women's Golf Lady Northern Invitational Madison, Wis. All Day
Monday, Sept 28
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Women's Golf Lady Northern Invitational Madison, Wis. All Day
Wednesday, Sept 30
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Men's Soccer Valparaiso East Lansing, Mich. 4:00 PM
Friday, Oct 2
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Women's Soccer Indiana Bloomington, Ind. 7:30 PM
Swimming & Diving Green & White East Lansing, Mich. 6:00 PM
Cross Country Notre Dame Invitational South Bend, Ind. TBA
Saturday, Oct 3
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Football Michigan East Lansing, Mich. TBA
Field Hockey Rutgers Louisville, Ky. 2:00 PM
Sunday, Oct 4
Sport Opponent Location Time Coverage
Men's Soccer Penn State East Lansing, Mich. 1:00 PM
Big Ten Network
Women's Soccer Purdue West Lafayette, Ind. 1:00 PM
Field Hockey Louisville Louisville, Ky. 1:00 PM