Someone in Obama’s government has finally found a piece of the Constitution that they actually like.
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As the government ran roughshod over the rights of everyday Americans, the AP served as little more than an administration mouthpiece.
We’re about to embark on a plan that will use $160 million in bonds to fund a $160 million renovation of an electrical system . . . and then what?
Instead of screaming about the out-of-towners who’ve dared insult Detroit, direct that outrage inward.
Michigan, like most of the country, isn’t buying the left-wing line that more gun control will equal less crime.
In 2012, the Pure Michigan campaign made its biggest impact since its inception, attracting 3.8 million out-of-state visitors.
A new report suggests that Council is a financial stumbling block as well.
Orr doesn’t get how it’s going to work here in the Motor City.
If people like Jackson and Sharpton sense a storm brewing in Detroit, it means things are changing.
Kilpatrick left office in 2008. Since then, the city has failed to do anything to right its sinking ship.