• That’s Where the Money Is, The Andy Dillon and Dave Bing Story

    by  • December 9, 2013

     The famous quote attributed to a bank robber nick named, Slick Willie, is also something Willie says he never said. Instead it’s written that Willie Sutton robbed banks because it gave him an adrenaline rush. An excitement that the reported $2 million he stole over the length of his criminal career never fulfilled. Neither Andy [...]

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    Selection of Duggan May Cost Democrats White House in 2016

    by  • November 20, 2013

    The 2016 president primary process has already begun. Some political observers would say it began when Hilary Clinton resigned her position as Secretary of State. Many who write and talk about politics believe that Hilary Clinton will run for president after Obama’s term ends. Some have even predicted that no other democrat will challenge her [...]

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    Not Fair, Not Balanced, Not Truthful

    by  • November 12, 2013

    How much of the news can you trust? Where are the large news organizations with the funds to gather news that can be trusted. 60 Minutes, the very popular and respected news program reported that President Obama abandoned Americans in Benghazi which led to their deaths. They didn’t use these exact words but the intent [...]

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    by  • September 21, 2013

    By Monica Ross-Williams The corruption is too deep. Possibly to the point of being unbeatable. Our principles of whatever the Democracy process is supposed to look like in this State is truly falling apart. **One part of the population is concerned about holding on to whatever they have left. **The Other part is dead set [...]

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    Candidate Questionnaire – Sample Questions 2013 Elections

    by  • June 21, 2013

    What would you do in your First 100 days in office? What are your Top three agenda items? What do you consider your highest priority? When it comes to their job function, duties and responsibilities? How to shorten voting lines on Election Day? [ clerk ] How would you provide more information to citizens of [...]

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    by  • June 11, 2013

    By Helen Moore I have finally calmed down after being ejected from the EM meeting at Wayne State this evening. After we arrived early and waited in the rain to finally enter the meeting after being searched I was told that I could not enter the first floor because there were no seats left. I [...]

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    The Fight over Belle Isle is more than just a fight over a park

    by  • March 11, 2013

    The rejection of the state lease for the island park, Belle Isle, has included a continuing ridicule of those who opposed the plan. Perhaps this is expected based on the positions published within the local news papers and the commentary by the TV and radio media. The viciousness of the ridicule and the ongoing complaining [...]

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    IF State Leases Belle Isle, Detroit’s costs will RISE

    by  • January 14, 2013

     What are the facts, regarding the state of Michigan desiring to control the city island park, Belle Isle?  This topic centers on money. The city of Detroit, and Mayor Bing, has been proclaiming that there isn’t enough money to maintain the park, Belle Isle. The state of Michigan is promising to use state money for [...]

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    Truth and Faults with the Proposed Lease for Belle Isle

    by  • January 12, 2013

    The state of Michigan is pushing the Detroit City Council to approve a lease for the city park, Belle Isle. This lease, supported by Mayor Dave Bing, would transfer control of the island to the state for a period of 30 years. During this time the city would maintain ownership of the island but not [...]

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    Hantz Farms a New way to Gentrify Detroit

    by  • December 11, 2012

    The parent company for Hantz Farms, The Hantz Group, a company not based in Detroit, reportedly has made profits within the financial services industry profiting from the very items that nearly bankrupt the country over the past four years. This makes sense then for the development proposal within the city of Detroit that does not [...]

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    Right 2 Work – Just Another Part of the Plan

    by  • December 11, 2012

    The Michigan Republican Party is pushing Right to Work legislation. Multiple reports and individuals in the labor organizations have said that republican Governor Rick Snyder had said that he did not support this type of legislation or economic policy. This is now being reported as a change of mind, or an about face, by the [...]

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