• About Henry Teutsch

    Henry Teutsch is a member of Hood Research. An interest in writing, with a love for programming databases and web sites, allows Henry to do both on The Thinkers Report.


    Hantz Farms a New way to Gentrify Detroit

    by  • December 11, 2012 • Contributors, Economics

    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 • Contributors, Politics

    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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    Did General Petraeus and the CIA try to setup President Obama with Ambassador Rice after the attack in Libya?

    by  • December 7, 2012 • Contributors, Obama 2012

    Recently a tape was released, or discovered, by famed reporter Bob Woodward and the Washington Post. On this tape a person who worked or the head of Fox News, Roger Ailes is attempting to recruit the general to run for president against President Obama. This meeting occurred shortly before Patraeus was appointed to run the […]

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    The Detroit NEWS Quota System

    by  • December 5, 2012 • Contributors, People

     How many articles per week are needed to sell a paper and how many of those articles should focus on problems in Detroit?   Rochelle Riley, (writer for the freep.com) has written another one of her pointless columns that is presented as news by the media in and around Detroit. Her column presents a recurring […]

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