Detroiters are better off gleaning what little is palatable from his message – and ignoring the rest of his rant.
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Kevyn Orr can help Detroit by spinning off health services and public lighting.
The mayor, through the power of incumbency, could be the dark horse who overcame the odds.
A Sierra Club attempt to link pollution with alleged civil rights violations puts Detroit in peril.
There simply aren’t enough voters left in the city who care that public office-holders will make a difference in their lives.
Take the example of millionaire developer Mike Sawruk, a Michigan native, who currently resides in Florida.
Political mercenaries like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton have boundless expertise in running their mouths.
However the Supreme Court rules on the Voting Rights Act, the right to vote for blacks is not in jeopardy.
There’s nothing in the state financial review report given to Gov. Rick Snyder last week to account for his gushing optimism that Detroit can be turned around.
President Barack Obama wants Congress to incrementally raise the federal minimum wage to $9 an hour from $7.25 by the end of 2015 then automatically tie it to inflation. His intent is to raise the incomes of Americans who have fallen further behind in an economy he made worse. Nothing, however, could be more devastating … Continue Reading →