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MMA Writing to the Supreme Court

Men Mending America (MMA), a local Emmet County faith-based group, is spearheading a postcard-writing campaign to the U.S. Supreme Court.

The goal is to encourage SCOUTUS to take up and render a decision on Raland Brunson v. Alma Adams, Case 22-380. The case is scheduled for a hearing on 1/6/23.

Here's an article on the particulars of a case that deals with the 2020 presidential election, written by attorney Tim Canova.

Photo: The men of Men Mending America


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1) L-R photo caption? Pictured here are? (Ex Back Row: xxx, Rich Ginop, xxx, Craig Lively …’

2) Photo credit?

3) The cards they are holding/sending state what, exactly?



Thanks for the request Dixon Dudderer.

The case links are posted for your convenience and we support the Supreme Court considering the case: Brunson vs. Adams.

We don’t seek credit for the things we are doing, but rather that the hearts of the Men in America be changed to the point where God is once again the respected giver of all that we have. Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness will follow those that put their trust in God. Unfortunately, the trend in America has given rise to a godless attitude that eviscerates the very core of why we exist. Oaths that are taken on the Bible are negotiable, adherence to the laws of the land seem to …



Spreading the news of the Brunson case will help spread our patriot message:

  • The Constitution matters,

  • Oaths matter,

  • Per the First Amendment we have the right to petition our government

  • The Brunson case gives We The People "Standing" - gets us a court hearing.

In the United States, the right to petition is enumerated in the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, which specifically prohibits Congress from abridging "the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances". At the heart of the Brunson case is the First Amendment: The First Amendment of the Bill of Rights addresses five rights. The limits on government interfer…

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