• Detroit

    Did Crittendon give Approval to the Consent Agreement?

    by  • August 23, 2012 • Contributors, Detroit, Government, Legal

    On April first of 2012, Detroit corporation counsel Krystal Crittendon signed an opinion regarding the then drafted of the consent agreement that was requested of her office by the Detroit City Council. In the agreement on page ten, the last paragraph, she states “Although the city may enter into the proposed Agreement, the city council [...]

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    Warfield’s War on Detroit Residents

    by  • August 15, 2012 • Detroit, People

    Do you live in Detroit? The reverend Jerome Warfield wants to raise your taxes. Warfield is a Detroit police commissioner who is using the horrific occurrences of gun violence in an attempt to persuade public opinion. A man of God using fear tactics against the average citizen. Does he conduct his church business in this [...]

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    Andy Dillon’s Decree – Government Betrayal

    by  • April 3, 2012 • Detroit, Government

      The consent decree offered by Andy Dillon, state treasurer, and supported by Governor Rick Snyder is an extreme and poor method of governing. The governor and Dillon have announced this decree ahead of their own financial review board. They have circumvented their own process and in doing so have portrayed Mayor Bing as a [...]

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    Bing’s $80,000 Report

    by  • October 19, 2011 • Detroit, Economics, Government

    In the past couple of years statistics, demographics and other data has been used to support various initiatives by state and local governments affecting Detroit. This has seemed to accelerate in recent years especially under mayor Bing. The problem is that much of the data is no good and cannot be believed. Some of the [...]

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