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concerned through the increased power of group strength and leadership.

 Association News

TMTA's 84th Annual Golf Outing & Dinner

When: Thursday, June 27, 2019
Where: Cherry Creek Golf Club in Shelby Twp., MI

Registration begins at 8:30 am with a FULL breakfast. Driving range opens at 8:30 am. Scramble style golf with a shotgun start at 10:00 am. Lunch on the turn with hamburgers, cheeseburgers, all beef hotdogs beverages, and snacks served on the patio. Followed by dinner, open bar, and prizes galore with the Made in USA theme.

 Remember: Return your reservation form and/or your sponsorship form to TMTA today to receive a ticket discount. 

TMTA Golf Reservation Form can be found here
TMTA Golf Sponsorship Form can be found here
TMTA Golf Flyer can be found here
Directions to Cherry Creek can be found here

 We look forward to seeing you!

Advocacy News
US-China Economic & Security Review Commission:  
2018 Annual Report to Congress
Manufacturing & Technology News says every American should read this report to Congress and they will have a different perspective of the U.S.-China relationship and the federal government's unwillingness to defend the interests of American companies and their workers. Full article

In The News
Prepare the Funeral Dirge for Monsanto/Bayer~Unanimous Federal Jury: Roundup Weedkiller is Major Factor in Man's Cancer
Roundup weed killer was the most important factor in a California man getting non- Hodgkin sarcoma, a six person jury determined unanimously Tuesday in the first phase of a trial that attorneys said could help determine the fate of thousands of similar lawsuits.  Full Article 

High-Profile Firings Indicate Trump's Purge Has Begun
The purge has begun.
Donald Trump is firing anyone refusing to fulfill his sadistic agenda
It started with Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen's resignation over her refusal to close ports of entry along our Southern border.  Full Article  

Saying Goodbye to Planet Earth
This tiny span of time on a planet that is 4.5 billion years old is known as the Holocene Age. It now appears to be coming to an end with the refusal of our species to significantly curb the carbon emissions and pollutants that might cause human extinction. The human-induced change to the ecosystem, at least for many thousands of years, will probably make the biosphere inhospitable to most forms of life.  Full article 

From OpEdNews:
Impacts of pollutant "cocktails" on seemingly healthy people
Persistent organic pollutants--POPS--are pervasive in the environment and accumulate in our bodies. Pesticides, pharmaceuticals and many industrial chemicals contribute to this potentially toxic tide.  Full Article

Bernie Sanders-- a Bottom-up Millionaire
Bernie is a millionaire So are 50% of people his age, according to David Pakman. (correction. The average worth of people 75 is about $850,000)  Full Article

MyBlue-Individual health plans from Blue Cross -- Click here to get in contact with your association

For Information on BCBSM health plans, contact
TMTA's endorsed agent, Bill Percha, at 586-904-9700.

Benefits of a TMTA Membership
Do you realize all of the members-only benefits TMTA has to offer its members?
Check out the rewards of a TMTA membership form and see what you might be missing.
TMTA encourages you to patronize the companies on our Made In America list who manufacture items in the USA. Click on the flag below.

Buying America Back
A Real-Deal Blueprint for Restoring American Prosperity
by: Alan Uke

Buying America Back outlines a plan to turn back the tide with a grass-roots movement to promote American industry by helping American consumers have a better understanding of where their goods (and services) come from.

Accurate disclosure would enable consumers to reward local producers or those with high local-product content. Uke points out that this approach is increasingly popular with food, and prevalent in many other countries.

"As more products are produced globally, it's not as simple as buying American anymore. Alan clearly walks you through the relationship between where a product is made and how important a fair trade ratio is to the United States.

Every once in a while, you'll stumble upon a book that significantly changes the way you see the world. This is one of those books...what was most striking about this work is its potential - with no trade restrictions, subsidies, or costly regulations (and almost no cost to businesses or taxpayers!) - to drastically improve the state of the U.S. economy on the scale of tens or hundreds of billion dollars and hundreds of thousands of new jobs annually.

Find this book at Amazon .