Objections to the EM law are a result of pure Democratic Party and organized labor politics.
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Republicans support these methods when the perpetrators bankroll the advancement of an ideology with which they agree.
All of 35 protesters showed up for Kevyn Orr’s first day as Detroit’s EM.
I have had to deal with his nonsense – first at Nissan, then at Ford, then at Chrysler.
Political mercenaries like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton have boundless expertise in running their mouths.
If people like Jackson and Sharpton sense a storm brewing in Detroit, it means things are changing.
I met Barrack Hussein Obama when he was a popular Democrat from Chicago campaigning in Michigan for a young woman from Canada running for governor of Michigan. He had been elected to the United States Senate and she was trying to tie down the Detroit black vote by having a fundraiser featuring the popular speechmaker. … Continue Reading →