From Day One, Governor Snyder has been trying to build a bridge to Canada.
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The people of Michigan are losing in every way. Nothing is getting better for the state. There is no tunnel, so how can there be a light at the end of the tunnel? The state loses people and jobs daily. The education of the young and poor is just not happening. The state dropped three … Continue Reading →
Gov. Snyder has been my kind of leader since the nerd became governor. Like Coleman A. Young when he was mayor of Detroit, the governor didn’t stick his finger in the air to see which way the wind was blowing to make a decision. On the bridge to Canada the governor didn’t say, “Hey I’m … Continue Reading →
The good people of Michigan voted on Nov. 6 for a great woman to go back to the Senate and a great man to go back to the White House. And they did a great thing by defeating the great effort made to stop the building of an international bridge over the Detroit River. The … Continue Reading →
In its decidedly one-sided coverage of the Detroit bridge battle, Michigan’s mainstream media has demonized a Michigan businessman in favor of a foreign government - Canada. The Lansing State Journal, for example, scolded Ambassador Bridge owner Matty Moroun for spending a ballot record ($31 million) on his Prop 6 designed to force a public vote on … Continue Reading →
In Michigan, there as been a long fight over building a second bridge out of Detroit into Windsor, Ontario, Canada. The fight is about who can build the bridge, where the bridge will be, who will own the bridge and if the bridge is needed. The fight to stop the bridge has gone past the … Continue Reading →
The New International Trade Crossing could use a little candor. Because we haven’t gotten much so far. Canada Consul General Roy Norton exploded this week when asked by a reporter if Nolan Finley’s June 1 report in The Detroit News was correct that the use of Chinese steel was a sticking point in the Michigan-Canada … Continue Reading →