Today an individual must be willing to do more for less and get less for the more they do.
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An federal grant was supposed to buy decent clothes for 400 Detroit job seekers. How did that work out? Not too well.
From Day One, Governor Snyder has been trying to build a bridge to Canada.
A study predicts the Obamacare small business tax will cost 125,000-249,000 jobs by 2021.
For my money, Kevyn Orr represents exactly what Detroit needs.
Climate change has far-reaching implications that most don’t consider.
President Barack Obama wants Congress to incrementally raise the federal minimum wage to $9 an hour from $7.25 by the end of 2015 then automatically tie it to inflation. His intent is to raise the incomes of Americans who have fallen further behind in an economy he made worse. Nothing, however, could be more devastating … Continue Reading →
Maybe this State of the Union is bigger than we can handle. Most of us here in Michigan were actually watching basketball last night, and sneaking peeks into coverage of the fire-engulfed cabin in California. In fact, most of the people I talked to were more interested in paczki, friends, and family. So as President … Continue Reading →
At the core of the American system of democracy is the idea of checks and balances. This is why we have three different branches of government and it also manifests itself in the form of a two-party system which forces both parties to compete for votes. This same idea is also at the core of … Continue Reading →
If you follow Rick Snyder you know that he is very proud of his “accomplishments” as governor. Even going as far as to use taxpayer funds to promote legislation he previously termed “too divisive,” because nothing attracts new business to a state like leadership that is not only willing to openly retaliate against its opposition … Continue Reading →