There’s all kinds of bad news in Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr’s report to the city’s creditors.
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The Detroit event is less about the commemoration of King’s struggle for America, and more about the self-serving NAACP and UAW.
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.
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 →
In almost any city but Detroit City Council candidate Bernard Parker would already be disqualified and removed from the August primary ballot.
The person elected Mayor of Detroit will send a signal to the community and Metro Detroit.
Why should Detroit residents be held harmless for electing the likes of Kwame Kilpatrick, Monica Conyers, Joann Watson and Kwame Kenyatta?
Skimping on schools has not been the chief cause of bad performance by DPS or the EAA.
Those who seek market solutions to our education system care very much for the children.
Once again, a Detroit court is in trouble. And once again, the state Supreme Court has had to send in managerial reinforcements.