There will be a GRAND OPENING of the new Whirlpool Masters golf course on August 10th at 10:30 AM. in Benton Harbor M

The Whirlpool Corporation has succeeded in stealing beach property from the citizens of Benton Harbor and the state of MI.

Benton Harbor is a mostly black city of hard working poor people. The beach was left to the city with the express instructions that it belongs to the people. To learn about this travesty, google BANCO.


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Natural Lefty 9 years 30 weeks ago

Karen, I am sorry to hear about Whirlpool taking from the people of Benton Harbor. During my brief trip to Michigan (for the first time) 2 years ago, my wife and I stayed in Benton Harbor, and thought it was a really nice place. We went to a park there by the river which enters Lake Michigan there. It wasn't really a beach, so I don't think it was the same place you mentioned, but it was beautiful and we took a lot of pictures there. Corporations continue to take over more and more of America, and this needs to stop.

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