Terri Lynn Land, who was apparently handpicked by the Michigan Republican Party to run for the U.S. Senate on the basis of name recognition and having won two prior statewide races for Secretary of State, appears to offer little else as a rationale for why she should be a United States senator. She has offered … Continue Reading →
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In a story written last week, major inconsistencies in Congressman and Senate candidate Gary Peters’ investments were uncovered, as it pertains to his stances on petroleum coke. Since the article was posted, it has been confirmed by the Peters campaign that he owns almost $20,000 in stock in Total S.A., based in France and one … Continue Reading →
Rep. Gary Peters didn’t talk to Detroit Bulk Storage, the small company that under contract with Koch Carbon to store the product – until it had lost the business to Ohio.
Mayor Dave Bing tells a new industry and its middle class jobs to hit the road. With leadership like this is it any wonder the city is bankrupt?
Where was Gary Peters during the recent Windsor recycling plant fire that released a potentially toxic cloud over Detroit?
Detroit celebrated its bankruptcy last weekend by chasing another industry out of town. Koch Carbon has confirmed that it will no longer be storing petroleum coke in Motown, but will be moving operations to another state.
This morning, a ‘human chain’ of activists blocked trucks transporting pet coke for loading onto DetroitRiver barges. No wonder the city is insolvent.