Political mercenaries like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton have boundless expertise in running their mouths.
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An emergency manager is necessary to fix the mess that goes back years.
The Council of Baptist Pastors continues to show why there needs to be a separation of church and politics.
If people like Jackson and Sharpton sense a storm brewing in Detroit, it means things are changing.
EM protesters seem stuck in a time warp as the problems threatening Detroit – unemployment, drugs, and family breakdown – are not racial.
Despite all the bad news, Lansing Republicans will keep pushing their agenda forward – even if they won’t tell us what that agenda is.
The Pottery Barn rule applies. Having appointed an EM, the state has an obligation to do this right.
Council’s pay is way out of line with most cities Detroit’s size. That alone would argue for making some sort of adjustment.
Detroit has been in a downward spiral for a number of reasons – much of it due to bad public policy.