Maybe this State of the Union is bigger than we can handle. Most of us here in Michigan were actually watching basketball last night, and sneaking peeks into coverage of the fire-engulfed cabin in California. In fact, most of the people I talked to were more interested in paczki, friends, and family. So as President … Continue Reading →
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Michigan is about to begin a journey into a series of cheap and tasteless shots at each other, all for agency fees (commonly called union dues) for negotiation and collective bargaining that helps all workers in the state.
I stole a quote from a friend who declared, “Four more beers!” in response to the race between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Past that (and the bets made and won with commenters!), I would like to thank everyone who voted, especially those who participated above and beyond voting straight-ticket or picking what the advertisements … Continue Reading →
Voting for a recall is a big decision. Sometimes, you might feel there’s a lot of reasons to recall a candidate. Maybe they’re not who they said they were, or that they proposed ideas that were against your vision of government. Sometimes, it’s because you think Mayor Janice Daniels may have lost her marbles along the … Continue Reading →
Mr. Chris Motz, a loyal advocate of the State of Michigan, provides his look at the six state ballot proposals, and I believe it represents a clearer picture than advertisements you are pummeled with daily.
Some big-name pundits are starting to talk about electoral college predictions, as Glenn Beck weighs in with a 321-217 Romney romp.
This is a summary of the second debate between former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama in a real-time diary format.
Vice President Joe Biden channeled Raging Biden, but Rep. Paul Ryan held up, holding serve for Romney’s initial debate lead. Starting from foreign policy, leading to the economy, and on to Medicare/Medicaid, we seem to learn more about policy from the people who actually won’t be president. The vice presidential session felt like a real … Continue Reading →
What’s the unemployment rate? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, it’s 7.8% and looking better by all accounts.
Simply put, the core beliefs of conservatism that Mitt Romney provided in months of campaigning are over. It’s now Business Mitt, and I have to applaud him for going directly at the president.