Snyder governance is more of a faith-based initiative requiring voters to reject facts and rely on his usual aplomb.
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It is the very capitalism that Republicans hold up as the answer to our lagging test scores that is the problem.
Now media types like Skubick get upset when politicians don’t make promises they can’t keep.
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 →
How bad is Detroit’s budget crisis? Do the math.
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 →
The truth is I like the Michigan governor who calls himself a nerd. Rick Snyder is no procrastinator, nor is he timid about anything. He stepped up to the microphone and stated his purpose and reasoning for changing his agenda, after saying that the right-to-work bill was not it. The governor made it clear that … 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 →
With the presidential debates forcing the Democratic Chorus off its Obama-led character assassination-of-Romney theme and into actual public policy issues, the tune has changed. From Obama spokesmen to Detroit Free Press writers to ABC’s Martha Raddatz to Saturday Night Live, the new Democratic line is: Which loopholes would the Romney-Ryan tax plan close? The question … Continue Reading →
Mitt Romney has wasted months trying to get people to like him. The key to winning lies solely in the debates. Not his heart aching for jobless people.