Since Levin is retiring from the Senate next year, here’s an idea: Maybe he could open a store.
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If you’re going to take a $20,000 trip to Hawaii on an insolvent city’s dime, you sure enough need to do a good job of justifying it. Considering the hot water in which four Detroit pension board members now find themselves with emergency manager Kevyn Orr. I’m guessing they failed to take advantage of the … Continue Reading →
The departure of the Status Quo Crew means Detroit voters can start fresh.
So how did the federal investment in VPG enhance the viability of compressed natural gas? It’s hard to see a way.
None of us can really get inside the mind of a monster like Ariel Castro, and honestly I don’t care to.
You know how scandals go. It has nothing to do with the facts. It’s not a scandal unless the media decides to treat it as a scandal.
The only logical place for catastrophic auto injury victims to go once their insurance benefits are used up is Medicaid, which is being expanded under ObamaCare.
It’s pretty rich for Dave Bing to go to the media bellyaching about the fact that Orr isn’t listening to him on how to fix Detroit.
An federal grant was supposed to buy decent clothes for 400 Detroit job seekers. How did that work out? Not too well.
Skunk works are not too common in government, where people can scarcely blow their nose without posting a notice pursuant to the Open Meetings Act.