The only logical place for catastrophic auto injury victims to go once their insurance benefits are used up is Medicaid, which is being expanded under ObamaCare.
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The reality is that Michigan Republicans are the beneficiaries of a resurgent U.S. economy and hard choices made by the Granholm administration and the auto industry.
This week Speaker Bolger issued an unhinged press release patting Appropriations Committee Republicans on the back for rejecting all 73 Democratic budget amendments for the 2014 budget.
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 →
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; … Continue Reading →
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 →
Worst generation ever, Michigan’s Baby Boomers are. From the moment they arrived on their respective college campuses, the Baby Boomers have been at each others’ throats. The vehemence of their fight, which continues in the Michigan Legislature as it considers a right-to-work law, is spurred by a fantasy that history has disproven many times: That … Continue Reading →
It’s bad enough we’re under the national spotlight for epic fails in politics these days, be it a race-baiting spending ad, a stolen Secret Service VP U-Haul, or everything Thad McCotter. It’s just another thing when I honestly forgot about the MI-11 special election today. I am happy that I’m not voting in this strange hybrid … Continue Reading →