Mitt Romney introduced Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan as “The next president of the United States” last Saturday in Norfolk, Virginia. He was right.
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Crossovers lean more easily toward Clark Durant than Pete Hoekstra, and that’s the voter you must have to defeat Debbie Stabenow in the general election.
The shooting in Aurora kept me up for a long time. After all, it’s barely 48 hours from the incident, but I’m sitting here watching a 48 Hours special on it. The extent of this shooting sends a chill up my spine. As a former resident of Colorado and its environs, I can see myself … Continue Reading →
Well, this is interesting news. Now it is okay to cancel elections and primaries.
Take the title both ways if you like. Applaud Rep. Thaddeus “Crazy Train” McCotter, who resigned abruptly, and set off a series of awfully-coincidental events, first and foremost a special election that robs the only petition-qualified candidate (Kerry Bentivolio) of a fair primary race. Clap your hands at the marvel of partisanship and establishment politics. … Continue Reading →
On July 1, the Detroit Public Schools contract with their teachers expired. Detroit Public Schools (DPS) Emergency Manager Roy Roberts imposed a new agreement with the remnants of the school district on Sunday, literally a day after the previous contract expired. Since the Detroit Federation of Teachers (DFT) had already abandoned any idea of working … Continue Reading →
In the wake of a tragic accident out on the highway early Sunday, a family faces the hard truth about why we promote and often overdo things when it comes to regulation. And at the same time, why we often overdo things when repealing regulations that have more common sense than political intent.
It wasn’t even close. Gov. Scott Walker holds off Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett by somewhere near 11 points (at last check), but yet polls indicate President Obama holds Wisconsin lean blue. After this election, things may change. Is there something wrong with exit polls? At first, CNN and other news groups reported that there was … Continue Reading →
Rep. Thaddeus McCotter just ended his write-in campaign. I think he’s decided to join The Avengers’ sequel.
To hear the MIGOP trying to sell this idea of “write-in,” I wonder why they’re selling you empty promises. Follow along, folks. This is what Michigan law actually says: MCL 168.541 District primary elections; not held when no opposition; certification of candidates; notice to city and township clerks. “If upon the expiration of the time for … Continue Reading →