Another Motor City Comic Con has come and gone. And what a Comic Con it was, I hear! I wasn’t able to attend Friday or Saturday, and when I saw our story about the crazy lines and crowds, I was shocked (and, to be honest, kind of glad I wasn’t there). I have a friend … Continue Reading →
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Obama didn’t play the victim card. Instead, he spoke candidly to Morehead students about responsibility and the problem of fatherless homes.
Today an individual must be willing to do more for less and get less for the more they do.
The Red Wings picked up a big victory on Saturday in Chicago and now return home for Game 3 on Monday night at 7:30 at Joe Louis Arena. Follow all of the action here as Geoff Robinson of The Detroit News provides live updates throughout the game. [liveblog]
It was an optional skate on Sunday at Joe Louis Arena. So optional that a grand total of four Red Wings (and two children) hit the ice. Here, Todd Bertuzzi battles for the puck with his son Tag.
The best and quickest fix would be for Congress to act. The federal media shield bill deserves quick passage.
Here was the exchange between the media and Calvin Johnson earlier today regarding him playing with injured fingers last season: Q: Can you explain what happened with your fingers last year? A: “Had a couple things here and there, you know, pretty much getting them back straight, trying to straighten them things out.” Q: Were … Continue Reading →
The scandals are more than a distraction – they are a direct warning against implementing Obama’s Big Government vision.
The IRS’s idea of ‘work with you’ is pummel you with phony requests. I know. I’ve had three inquiries from the IRS in six years.
World Steam Expo may be gone, but a new steampunk convention has arisen to take its place over Memorial Day weekend. Up in the Aether starts Friday at the Doubletree Dearborn-Detroit, 5801 Southfield, Detroit, and it sounds like a lot of fun, as one would expect from a steampunk convention. Preregistration is closed. At-the-door registration … Continue Reading →