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Where are the statements from Democrats to oust Platko over her use of the n-word?
Because things went so well last time, on Wednesday the Michigan House voted, 107-2, to keep State Rep. Jase Bolger, R – Marshall, on as House Speaker. After the vote, House Democratic Leader Tim Griemel of Auburn Hills regaled reporters with tales of “longstanding tradition” and the “symbolic” importance of presenting a united front behind … Continue Reading →
The truth is I like the Michigan governor who calls himself a nerd. Rick Snyder is no procrastinator, nor is he timid about anything. He stepped up to the microphone and stated his purpose and reasoning for changing his agenda, after saying that the right-to-work bill was not it. The governor made it clear that … Continue Reading →
The governor of Michigan is a bold and true leader. Gov. Rick Snyder has led as a leader should. This is what leaders are elected do. Too many elected officials today just don’t lead. They wait on polls and follow them with no conviction. Unfortunately, the governor of Michigan is leading in a harmful way. … Continue Reading →
Michigan is about to begin a journey into a series of cheap and tasteless shots at each other, all for agency fees (commonly called union dues) for negotiation and collective bargaining that helps all workers in the state.
This is it. Election day. Early reports from the polls indicate it’s chaotic. There are numerous accounts of confusion and voter intimidation in states with newly enacted voter ID laws. Poll workers who haven’t been properly trained and don’t know the rules. Many reports of ID being requested only from voters of color. There’s at … Continue Reading →
I’m late to this, but wanted to add a bit to Debbie Dingell’s excellent post on former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm’s barnburner of a speech at the Democratic National Convention. Sure she was loud. She had to be loud to be heard over the deafening cheers in the house. She electrified the crowd and not … Continue Reading →