But behind the pope’s tabloid-like coverage are interesting numbers for America’s famously rebel flock.
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I have a challenge for Michigan conservatives – nominate conservative firebrand Justin Amash for U.S. Senate.
Lansing has no frame of reference for people like Snyder who show up to get the job done rather than to further the cause of their own political careers.
Michigan secretly keeps information about people who test negative for HIV. What else does our government know about us?
Medicaid provides health-care services for people who are disabled and/or below the poverty level and is paid for by a combination of state and federal tax dollars.
With Governor’s Snyder’s announcement that an emergency manager is on the way, the time for navel-gazing and re-litigating the past is over. It’s time to finally take strong, even radical, action to fix Detroit. So, what to do now? I do not pretend to have a magic formula. But I think a new mindset is … Continue Reading →
“Medical marijuana” in America needs a federal solution – not repetitive hit or miss measures outside of settling the issue through national legislation. Michigan State Representative Mike Carlton, R-Nashville, has introduced a bill that proposes to allow local governments to decide if they want marijuana dispensaries in their cities. If passed, it may cause more … Continue Reading →
Seriously? The king of the birther movement? Oakland County Republicans can do what they want, and I suppose he might help to sell tickets. But given the rather weak influence the Republican Party seems to have in the governance of the nation these days, you might think they would pick someone who has – oh, … Continue Reading →
The people of Michigan are losing in every way. Nothing is getting better for the state. There is no tunnel, so how can there be a light at the end of the tunnel? The state loses people and jobs daily. The education of the young and poor is just not happening. The state dropped three … Continue Reading →