Republican national leadership still has not learned its lesson from last year’s defeat in pushing social legislation in Congress.
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I’m reminded of Hoffa Jr.’s anti-tea party admonition last year when campaigning for President Obama in Detroit.
Gov. Snyder continues to pluck pages from Machiavelli’s play book almost daily to Restructure, Reform and Reinvent Michigan.
The Detroit event is less about the commemoration of King’s struggle for America, and more about the self-serving NAACP and UAW.
Unless the Snowden ordeal suddenly evaporates, the Supreme Court decision on the fate of affirmative action admissions policies may be missed.
Given the history of such campaigns by the trial lawyer-funded Center for Auto Safety, a recall of safety activists might be in order.
Nonchalantly, I said to Andersson that it looks like Putin is trying to put the Soviet Union back together again. Bo didn’t hesitate: ‘Of course he is. And he will probably succeed.’
The question is not whether these changes should be made. Of course they should be made. The question is why they weren’t made decades ago.
The contention is that while Mr. Abud has been chosen as Michigan’s best teacher he is not compensated accordingly because of evil union contracts that use degrees and years of service to determine his pay.
When someone’s disappears, they need help getting back on their feet. That’s what government is supposed to do.