During The 2014 Elections In Michigan AFTER THE 2015 - AS THE "MENTHOLATED BLACK MEDIA PRESSGANG" WORKS TO SECURE OBAMA'S LEGACY FOR THE NATIONAL ECONOMY - AS THEY SKIP OVER THE CONDITIONS IN THE "LOCAL BLACK ECONOMY"
If you need evidence of the growing divide on LGBT issues within the Republican Party, look no further than Michigan. On the same day that Republican Gov. Rick Snyder (top right) made headlines by calling for more dialogue on LGBT.....
I was recently interviewed by a Hillsdale College journalism student on the debate in Michigan over whether its state Republican Party will "inevitably" adopt same-sex marriage.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder acted to prevent alleged abusers from carrying concealed guns. A sign of things to come?
Republican Rick Snyder, who just won reelection as governor of Michigan, did the right thing today: Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R) bucked the National Rifle Association on Thursday and vetoed a concealed carry gun bill that would have...Show More Summary
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has made a rare move for a Republican state executive: He rebuffed the National Rifle Association. Snyder vetoed a bill on Thursday that had pitted gun rights advocates against former Arizona congresswoman Gabby Giffords and anti-domestic violence organizations. Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee voted yesterday to censure Michigan Republican National Committeeman Dave Agema for what Chair Reince Priebus deemed a "history of harmful and offensive rhetoric."
A top Republican official from Michigan is being pressured to step down after sharing a racist Facebook post that originated on a white supremacist website. Dave Agema, the state’s Republican National Committeeman, posted an article Dec. 31 on his social media account that was purportedly written...
Taking credit for a spate of good economic news and boasting of more to come, President Obama kicked off a three-state tour Wednesday hoping to prove that Republicans' rise to power in the Capitol this week will not push him to the sidelines.
My man Justin Amash of Michigan has announced on his Facebook page that he will vote against John Boehner for Speaker of the House: Republicans have a historic opportunity in this Congress. We can pass significant legislation and push President Obama to the bargaining table for the first time in his presidency. We can uphold […]
The new crop of 13 senators taking their seats this week includes 12 Republicans and a single Democrat, Gary Peters of Michigan. Peters is pro-choice, supports Obamacare, a raise in the minimum wage, and is the only one who has voted...Show More Summary
Gov. Rick Snyder signed a bill that allows for drug testing of adult welfare recipients in Michigan today. The legislation, Republican proposed House Bill 4118 was accompanied by Senate Bill 275, and will instate drug testing for people on welfare suspected of using drugs. Show More Summary
This has gone down as one of the most memorable ads of the cycle, and not in a good way. Michigan Republican Senate candidate Terri Lynn Land decided to counter Democratic attacks that she favors policies that hurt women by... drinking coffee. Show More Summary
With voters having dumped Kerry Bentivolio in the primaries, the Michigan Republican may not be feeling that jolly about Christmas, but he remains a fan of the beloved character he once portrayed.
A feminist professor of communications at the University of Michigan has become a laughingstock for a poorly-sourced column in a socialist newspaper about the academic basis for hating Republicans.
Dumb thing to do. She should have said "despise" instead! What synonyms do you suggest? University of Michigan communications professor and department chair Susan Douglas is facing calls for her resignation following an op-ed she wrote, titled “It’s Okay To Hate Republicans.” “I hate Republicans,” Ms. Show More Summary
University of Michigan Communications Professor Susan Douglas is at the center of a controversy over a column that she wrote for In These Times entitled “It’s Okay To Hate Republicans.” The title was changed after Douglas complained that it did not represent the content of her column which began with the line “I hate Republicans.” […]
The Great Duel of Our Times is on. The Eternal Battle Between Good and Evil has come to the fore; not in the valley of Megiddo, as we might have expected, but a bit closer to home. Specifically, Lansing, Michigan. More specifically, on the lawn of the Michigan State Capitol building, where lawmaker Rick Jones [...]
In reality the left is everything it condemns and is apparently not bright enough to know it: A University of Michigan department chairwoman has published an article titled, “It’s Okay To Hate Republicans,” which will probably make all of her conservative students feel really comfortable and totally certain that they’re being graded fairly. “I hate […]
Apparently a University of Michigan Communications Professor wrote an essay on why it’s OK to hate Republicans. I say “apparently” because some people claim to have read it, and there is a URL with that title, but the actual post is either no longer there or no longer was. There are comments in response on…