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Kid Rock Already Has Republicans Gunning for Him, Pro and Con

Kid Rock's getting a big endorsement, and a big thumbs down, even before he officially runs for a Michigan Senate seat -- in other words... welcome to politics, Kid! We got former U.S. Senator and New York Governor George Pataki in NYC, and…

Erik Visits an American Grave, Part 107

This is the grave of Potter Stewart. Born in Jackson, Michigan in 1915, Stewart was a member of a powerful Ohio Republican family. His father was mayor of Cincinnati and then served on the Ohio Supreme Court. Stewart went to Yale and graduated in 1937. He then went to Yale Law School, finished that degree […]

Snyder signs $56.5 billion Michigan budget

Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a $56.5 billion budget, capping months of work with lawmakers on the state's next spending plan. The Republican governor signed the bills Friday in Grand … Click to Continue »

Democrats Have a Laughable Alternative to the GOP Health Care Reform Bills

To stand with Republicans recently has been difficult, for reasons ranging from the fact that experienceless celebrity Kid Rock may run for U.S. Senate in my home state of Michigan, to the embarrassing, status quo-maintaining health care reform bills put forward in the GOP-controlled Congress. Show More Summary

Democrats, resistance groups to host health care town halls

The Michigan Democratic Party and activists opposing President Donald Trump are teaming up to host a dozen town halls as congressional Republicans try to replace the federal health care law. … Click to Continue »

Michigan to steer new school workers into 401(k)-only plan

Gov. Rick Snyder has signed into law a plan to steer more newly hired school employees into a 401(k)-only retirement benefit instead of one with a pension. Republicans say Thursday's … Click to Continue »

Kid Rock “Announces” Republican Senate Run on Twitter But He’s Pro-Abortion

Kid Rock, whose real name is Robert James Richie, has “announced” his run for Senate in Michigan. There’s only one problem, he supports abortion. As TownHall reported: Musician Kid Rock appeared to confirm speculation that he will be running for U.S. Senate in Michigan in 2018. On Twitter, Kid Rock said that the website “KidRockForSenate.com” […]

Kid Rock Claims He’s Running For Senate

A few months after we learned that the Michigan Republican Party was considering onetime rap-metal wildman Kid Rock as a possible senatorial candidate, Kid Rock himself has declared, on Twitter, that he's running for Senate:…

Republicans gerrymandered the hell out of Michigan, but there's hope for Democrats in 2018

This piece originally ran June 16, 2017. Daily Kos Elections' project to calculate the 2016 presidential results for every state legislative seat in the nation hits Michigan, a state that unexpectedly—and distressingly—flipped from blue to red last year. Show More Summary

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder Vetoes Law Allowing Choose Life License Plates

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder vetoed a bill last week that would have allowed drivers to buy pro-life license plates for their vehicles. Snyder, a Republican who has a mixed record on pro-life legislation, said he thinks it is not appropriate for the state to issue the “Choose Life” license plates. He said the political message […]

Lone Republican ‘NO’ Vote On “Kate’s Law” Speaks Out

Michigan Congressman Justin Amash has taken heat for being the only Republican to vote against HR 3003, BKA Kate’s Law.... The post Lone Republican ‘NO’ Vote On “Kate’s Law” Speaks Out appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Snyder vetoes proposed 'Choose Life' license plate

Gov. Rick Snyder has vetoed legislation requiring Michigan to create and sell an anti-abortion fundraising license plate. The Republican said Friday the plate sends a "political message" with the potential … Click to Continue »

Lawmaker defends Facebook post about carrying gun in Detroit

A Michigan lawmaker is defending a Facebook post where he noted he could be carrying a handgun while visiting Detroit. Republican state Sen. Rick Jones of Grand Ledge's post Tuesday … Click to Continue »

Michigan lawmaker's bill would ban use of Redskins mascot

A Michigan lawmaker has introduced legislation that would ban the use of the Redskins mascot for public schools in the state. Republican state Sen. Wayne Schmidt of Traverse City serves … Click to Continue »

Michigan lawmakers begin approving $55.5 billion budget

Michigan lawmakers have begun approving a $55.5 billion state budget after an agreement was struck between Republican leaders and Gov. Rick Snyder. House-Senate conference committees passed the two spending bills … Click to Continue...

Ex-Supreme Court justice Young running for US Senate

Former Michigan Supreme Court Justice Robert Young Jr. says he's running for U.S. Senate in 2018. Young says he'll seek the Republican nomination for the seat held by Sen. Debbie … Click to Continue »

Michigan Among Nation's Worst Gerrymandering

Last year, Michigan Democrats won more overall votes for state House than Republicans. It was by a whisper, about half of one percentage point. But Democrats got walloped in the race that counts, as the GOP swept 63 of 110 seats. How could that be? Blame a nerdy term called "the efficiency gap."... Show More Summary

Family: Michigan native shot multiple times in chest, arm

Relatives of a Michigan native who was shot during a Republican baseball practice outside Washington say he's in critical condition after suffering multiple gunshot wounds to his chest and arm. … Click to Continue »

Michigan satisfied with part-time Legislature petition form

Michigan's elections bureau is satisfied with the form of a ballot petition to make the Legislature part-time. Republican Lt. Gov. Brian Calley, a likely gubernatorial candidate who is spearheading the … Click to Continue »

The Latest: Michigan native and former GOP staffer shot

The Latest on the shooting on the shooting of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and others at a Republican baseball practice outside Washington (all times local): ___ 1:25 p.m. Matt … Click to Continue »

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