From Day One, Governor Snyder has been trying to build a bridge to Canada.
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Gov. Rick Snyder
Is the appointment of an EM the end of a generation of Detroit fighers like Young, Kenyatta, and Watson?
Snyder calls him an emergency manager. An EM. The people of Detroit call it the TOM (take over man) and want him gone.
Michigan Republican Rep. Lisa Lyons, no stranger to hypocrisy, is at it again.
Last weekend the Michigan Republican Party voted, by a 1,370-132 margin, in support of a plan to change the way Michigan’s electoral votes are doled out. Rather than the winner-takes-all system that Michigan has always known, rather than a proportional system that gives each candidate the votes they earned, and no more, as The Detroit … Continue Reading →
If you picked up The Detroit News on Friday you saw a rare show of left-right unity on our editorial page. Neither our editorial board nor Zack Pohl, executive director of Progress Michigan, see much merit in Shelby Township Republican State Rep. Pete Lund’s proposal to change the way Michigan’s electoral votes are doled out … Continue Reading →
In discussing his decision to support turning Michigan into a “right to work” state, Governor Snyder is pretending like this is an opportunity for unions. Apparently this gives the unions the ability to present their “value case.” Ignoring the fact that the governor has not offered this same “opportunity” to Michigan’s police and fire unions, … 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 →
It was believed by some, including myself, that the “Tough Nerd” showed what the state of Michigan would get when they elected this Snyder guy. He is really my kind of push-ahead guy. The “Nerd” was unlike the GOP’s hurt, hate and divide crowd. Gov. Rick Snyder wasn’t Scott Walker, John Kasich or Rick Perry. … 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 →