Republican national leadership still has not learned its lesson from last year’s defeat in pushing social legislation in Congress.
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I’m reminded of Hoffa Jr.’s anti-tea party admonition last year when campaigning for President Obama in Detroit.
Gov. Snyder continues to pluck pages from Machiavelli’s play book almost daily to Restructure, Reform and Reinvent Michigan.
Enjoy a fun visit to Michigan wineries, a restaurant and a vacation rental home business in the New Buffalo area on a new Detroit Public TV series debuting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
You have to look very carefully at the latest car sales figures in Western Europe to find any good news for U.S. participants. While overall sales in May fell 5.7 per cent to a 20-year low, as recession-spooked buyers backed away from buying new cars, at least Ford Europe managed to beat the trend with … Continue Reading →
I took a couple days off last week for a big fundraising baking project, and nothing helps me while away the hours mixing dough and royal icing, and decorating, like listening to good showtunes. (I’m a theater geek — what can I say?) Four of the CDs that stayed in heavy rotation those two days … Continue Reading →
The Detroit event is less about the commemoration of King’s struggle for America, and more about the self-serving NAACP and UAW.
GROSSE POINTE SHORES — Gray skies and cool winds appeared only to energize owners as they placed their vehicles on the grounds of the Edsel and Eleanor Ford Estate an hour or two before the 2013 EyesOn Design show. Of the more than 200 vehicles, boats and motorcycles, only the 1962 Mercedes-Benz 190 SL was … Continue Reading →
Unless the Snowden ordeal suddenly evaporates, the Supreme Court decision on the fate of affirmative action admissions policies may be missed.