Unless the Snowden ordeal suddenly evaporates, the Supreme Court decision on the fate of affirmative action admissions policies may be missed.
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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.
‘You want to create a charter school? What are you, some kind of right-wing nut?’ As a Democrat who helped create Michigan’s first charter school, I’ve had to answer that question often.
Medicaid offers poor care. So why do liberals propose expanding a failed program to 470,000 more Michiganians?
No matter which side of the Medicaid expansion argument you are on, the real problem is Obamacare’s massive expansion of government.
You can put down your signs, protestors; lose the bullhorns, too. House Speaker Jase Bolger can table Senate Bill 401, because there will be no need to take it up in the fall. Commentators, you can end the mental gymnastics that sought to make an idea favored by trollish website commentators — selling the DIA’s … Continue Reading →