Mr. Trump, Republicans tried guarded in the last election, and that did not lead to victory.
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Just as his father began by washing dishes for 50 cents an hour, Cruz talked of how everyone has the ability to achieve our goals one ladder rung at a time.
Mark Sanford is baaaack. Such is democracy. Candidates are exposed, warts and all, and then the people choose.
The fact that the President of the United States thought it was appropriate to praise Jason Collins’ statement reveals the cultural dilemma.
Attempting to prevent another financial mishap, the Fed has applied pressure on institutions to reform their bonus incentives.
Michigan has been Ground Zero in the affirmative action controversy. Now, the battle will finally be decided before the national bench.
On April Fool’s Day a federal judge ruled that Stockton, California could legally declare bankruptcy – allowing the city to default on its bondholders and restructure with the possibility of leaving pension plans untouched. Though city officials have seen decreases in police and fire personnel*, cut numerous other city jobs, and minimized employee benefits, they have … Continue Reading →
Beyond defining marriage, the case includes unprecedented questions about the powers of federal and state government.
If a company faced impending bankruptcy, would employees leave early – or work overtime to ensure that they do everything possible to sustain it?
This month marks the first time Michigan public school teachers have had the choice to opt out of the union in decades. Some teachers are hesitant to change their union status. Five reasons teachers might want maintain their relationship with the Michigan Education Association (MEA). 1) Education is fine the way it is. Standards are … Continue Reading →